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When use a hair serum, watch out for “Dimethicone”. This synthetic oil is water insoluble, creates a coating on the hair after time, it becomes increasingly harder and harder to remove with standard shampooing. The build up prevents nutrients and moisture from entering the hair shaft and scalp. This buildup eventually repels needed moisture and nutrients (from your conditioner), clogs the pores in the scalp, eventually strangles the hair follicle and makes it fall out...NEVER to grow back again.
Use a nozzle when blow drying hair. This helps to guide the concentration of airflow directly onto the hair you’re working on, rather than blowing your strands all over the place. Make sure the concentrator follows up and out with your brush to create volume at the roots—and then point it down the length of your hair for smoothness.
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