7. Virgin root hair should be treated differently TRUE: The hair that is closer to the roots reacts differently to the implementation of the new hair color and chemical treatments. Hair color applied directly to the root process in different than the color applied on hair that has been treated. 8. Lemon juice bleach blond hair FALSE: Some naturally light hair may notice a light beam or brightness after prolonged exposure to the sun soaked in lemon juice, but most people do not usually see no noticeable change in its lightness or brightness of the hair.
9. A scalp sunburn can lead to serious burns, hair loss TRUE: o a series of burns that occur over time can damage the delicate hair follicles at the root level. People with a genetic predisposition towards hair loss may accelerate the onset of the activity of hair loss. Avoid scalp burns by applying sunscreen to your scalp with your hair. 10. For thick hair, bright, eat a diet that is rich in iron and protein FALSE: Iron deficiency can cause hair loss, but dermatologists say the reverse is not true: eating extra iron will not give you thick hair.
In fact, iron overload can cause serious health problems (the correct amount for optimal health is 15 milligrams a day for a woman). The same is true with protein. Dermatologists say that protein deficiency will cause lackluster skin and brittle hair. It is important to get enough protein, but eating more than normal hair will not make any brighter. 11. The use of hats cause hair loss FALSE: For the hair to fall out, the hat would have to be so strong that it cuts off circulation to the follicles. Dressmakers can breathe a collective sigh of relief! 12. Hormones are not related to hair loss TRUE: Although hormonal imbalance can cause temporary hair loss, as is common in women after pregnancy, the important thing to remember is that the hair will grow back. 13. Chemicals for swimming pools can become frequent swimmers green hair TRUE: with natural blonde or chemically highlighted hair that is extremely porous may experience the development of green tints and shades over time. This problem can be prevented with regular use of moisturizing shampoo and conditioners that provides a natural barrier to chlorine and related chemicals. 14. Hair grows faster in different parts of the head FACT: There is scientific evidence that the rate of hair growth can vary in different parts of the head of persons to be selected. There are also some indications that the rate of growth of hair on babies may be faster on the crown than in any other part of the scalp. In general, growth rate differences are very marginal and will not impact on the appearance of hair in any way. ABSTRACT Play another myth about hair? Do your research? Ask an expert! This does not include your grandmother, best friend or local barmaid. Instead, talk to an experienced hairdresser or a trichologist. Always get the real facts before acting on any hair myths? You owe it to your hair.