Dry Hair
  • You can cut down on the use of hairdryers, curling irons.
  • You can change your tools regularly as the internal thermostats that regulate heat in the end break down.
Greasy/Oily Hair

You can be tempted to wash your hair often, but the oil glands on your scalp are actually inspired by massage so the more you wash your hair, the greasier your scalp becomes.

Thick Hair
  • You should keep your hair either short or long. Short haircuts keep thick hair under control, while the weight of long hair holds it down. Mid-length cuts on thick hair tend to make the hair stick out at the end.
  • You can cut your hair in layer to relieve some of the volume. You shouldn't cut short pieces too short or they will add extra volume.

Curly Hair
  • You should use a wide-tooth drag in the shower to help distribute conditioner more evenly.
  • You can rinse your hair with cold water to seal the surface, that helps hair reflect light better.
Fine/Thin Hair
  • You can get a blunt or one-length haircut to make hair look fuller and thicker at the end.
  • You shouldn't grow your hair too long. The longer it gets the stringier it appears.

ArganRain Hair Loss Shampoo is suitable for all types of hair and makes hair healthy with its organic formulation.

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