Have you ever heard of the myth that says if you pull out one grey hair, four new grey hairs will grow?
1 . Trimming your hair ends frequently can make it grow faster
It’s totally false. We are often recommended to trimming every 6-8 weeks. Trimming regularly helps to prevent hair breakage. The split ends only stop at the end of the hair and it becomes elastic again.
2. Shampooing with cold water makes your hair shinier
Basically, hair becomes shiny if the outer layer or hair cuticle is well preserved and moisturised. Hair Treatments can make cuticles healthy and moisturized so that the hair remains protected and looks shiny. We do recommend ending your shower with a blast of cool water which helps close the hair cuticles – this helps reduce frizz.
3. Drying hair using towel is better than using hair dyer
In fact, drying hair using a towel is just as dangerous if done incorrectly, sometimes it’s even more damaging to hair strands than using a hairdryer. The right way is to simply press your hair gently without having to aggressively rub it. You can also use hairdryer at a low temperature and adjust the distance from your hair so that the heat will not be focused on only one part of your hair. Most importantly, you can protect your hair from the heat of any hairstyling tools by using Ellips treatments which contains heat protection.
4. Hair treatments can make hair oily
We’re sure you have heard this one before and believed it. Reality: total myth. For some people with oily hair, they may not want to add hair treatment to their haircare routine. The fact is that the oil-type hair vitamin, like Moroccan oil, is excellent to restore the moisture to the hair all the way to the strand. Hair will have less knots, be easy to manage, smooth, and shiny. In addition, hair treatments can also protect and treat damaged hair caused by the heat of hairstyling tools or UV rays. You can try it by using just one capsule Ellips hair Treatment and only apply it from the middle of your hair to the ends, staying away from the roots/scalp.