Zoë Irwin shares tips for a happy new hair year

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With 2020 over and done with (hurrah!), now it’s a great time to start thinking about the New Year’s resolutions you want to follow for 2021. Same thing applies to your clientele; you are expected to hear a lot these days about how they have or haven’t been caring for their hair and what they want to do better for next year. And as a good hair fairy, you need to help them with the right tips. ghd UK ambassador Zoë Irwin has got you covered. Here is her best tips for a year of good hair days. You’re welcome!

Zoë’s tips for healthier hair

  1. Incorporate ghd Advanced Split End Therapy into your styling routine and use it every ten washes. This treatment fills and binds broken hair fibres together, instantly repairing split ends while the Super Nutrient Complex prevents future breakage by surrounding each strand with a protective coating which helps with hair growth. ”I have been using this treatment a lot with my clients and they have all been saying that their hair feels a lot stronger and looks sleek and shinier. For maximum results, seal the treatment into hair using the ghd platinum+ styler says Zoë.

    ghd Advanced Split End Therapy

  2. Massaging your scalp daily for five minutes not only offers a great sense of relaxation but it is extremely beneficial for hair health. By relieving tension and increasing blood flow to the scalp, hair becomes thicker and healthier and grows faster!
  3. When hair is wet it is fragile and vulnerable to breakage, so brush wet hair very gently. Use a wide tooth comb like the ghd Paddle Brush, as the design allows for delicate detangling. It is important that you start brushing from the ends of your hair and then working up to the mid-lengths to avoid breakage.

    ghd Paddle Brush

  4. Ensure you are eating high protein foods, especially around breakfast and lunch time. This is when your hair produces keratin, so it is crucial that you are feeding your body with essential nutrients in order to get the healthiest hair possible.
  5. By rinsing your hair with cold water, you close and seal the hair cuticles which helps add extra shine and combat frizz. So always turn your shower to cold for a quick rinse before getting out. Make sure you gently pat out the excess water with a towel and don’t rub it vigorously as this will disturb the hair cuticles and cause long-term damage.
  6. Swap small brushes for big paddle brushes like the ghd Paddle Brush. As you sweep the ghd paddle brush along the scalp it will lightly massage and increase blood circulation to the scalp, helping to stimulate healthy hair growth. Plus, the wide surface means that more hair is being brushed at once, so less brushing is needed overall and thus less stress is put on the hair.

    ghd Paddle Brush

  7. When drying your hair, make sure you turn down the heat on your hairdryer to the cooler setting; this will not only help maintain the condition of your hair, but it will also help combat frizz. The ghd helios professional hairdryer is great as the powerful air flow means that you don’t need to rely on heat for drying your hair, the power itself is enough. It also has Unique Aeroprecis technology which enables intuitive styling with more precise control for smoother salon results with +30% more shine.

ghd helios professional hairdryer

Cheers, Zoë!

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