- Choose a stylist carefully – It all starts with a good hair cut. You should seek out a hair stylist that understands your needs as an individual. This isn’t always an easy task, so my recommendation would be to consult a stylist with higher pricing than conventional hair dressers. This comes down to the fact that you get what you pay for. Not only should your stylist cut your hair in a suitable style, but they should also have the expertise to recommend the correct products for your hair type and needs. You want to avoid using regular supermarket products, and stick to salon quality shampoos and conditions.
- Keep your hair hydrated – Well moisturized hair is important, especially if your hair tends to be dry. It will ensure that your hair looks at its best with the best possible manageability. Again, it’s important to consult your stylist on which products to use for your hair type. If you’re not getting good results with the recommendation from your stylist, this article contains a lot of good advice.. There are also plenty of natural conditioners that can be used as a leave-in that do wonders for dry hair. Coconut oil can have some amazing results, and is an inexpensive solution that will often work better than some high end products. Keep this in mind, as a lot of the time it’s part of the stylists job to sell you one of their products.
- Maintain a healthy diet – A healthy diet goes hand in hand with looking and feeling good. If you’re current diet isn’t necessarily too healthy, you may want to try a healthy diet and assess the results. I guarantee you that you won’t be disappointed! You should also drink plenty of water (8 glasses a day). If you’re a vocalist then you may know that water is fuel for the vocal chords, but it’s also fuel for hair care. Drinking plenty of water helps keep your skin and hair well maintained.
In the following video, stylist Scott Bentley gives us some tips on how to achieve a rock hairstyle.