What Are the Best Types of Shampoos to Use - Limitless Hair Expert


Do you Know What Are the Best Types of Shampoos to Use

Hello Dino here and welcome to another limitless hair expert video tutorial where we combine both top hair expert advice with personal achievement together which is very significant and today’s subject is ‘What are the best types of Shampoos to use” the reason why I am emphasizing the word types because I am not going to go over on specific shampoos to use. I want a break them down into types or categories which is very very important. So with the shampoo the first thing you you should look for is the shampoo with either Protein or Moisturizer or combination of both. Your hair needs protein, protein strengthen the hair follicle, the hair shaft. So it’s good to use a shampoo that has protein in it, because its strengthen the hair, alright.

Number two the hair is like skin it always will needs a moisturizer, some hair needs more moisturizer than others, some needs less, but never the less. Hair needs moisturizer just like your skin your hand your face , your arms, it needs moisture and sometimes in year it needs more but never the less it needs moisture. So when you are shopping for a shampoo, try to get either has moisture in it, a lot of moisture or lot of protein or combination of both, that number one you want to look for. Next you want get a clarifying shampoo, if you are not sure what a clarifying shampoo is, what it does it deeply cleanses the hair and here is why you need that. When you are using shampoos with a conditioner in it, what happens is after a while you build up, if this was a hair shaft you get a build-up on a shaft. Even if you use crawling ironing, straightening you get iron build up on your hair and the hair has be thoroughly cleansed after a certain period of time. It almost like starting of fresh thoroughly cleansed the hair shaft, so you can get fresh start, that’s what clarifying shampoos do.

Some clarifying shampoos are those stronger than other but never the less the good to use because they strip the hair of any sort of build up, any build up from a crawling ironing, build up from a shampoo, any build up from a leave up conditioner, you need to strip it clean so it get fresh. So it down to the bone clean alright. Now you should combine a protein / moisturizing shampoo with a clarifying shampoo and I want to give you an average select diet, you should really use about two weeks of a moisturing or a protein shampoo and then switch off on about a three days on a clarifying shampoo, now you can make set up you can one week or then two three days or you should do at least two weeks or maybe two or three days of clarifying shampoo, because you have moisture on the hair, protein on the hair and then cleansed that hair with a clarifying shampoo to clean it so just rock back and forth between two. You can test it you can use a good protein and a moisturizer shampoo for week and one day a clarifying shampoo and then go back to a moisturizing and protein shampoos see that what works with your hair. See how your hair performs and if you need a split in part more, may be over two weeks or may be once every two weeks to use clarifying shampoo or once every a week using clarifying shampoo, play with it but the point is you should switch of between protein / moisturizer shampoo and a clarifying shampoo Ok, so please keep that in mind.

Our quote for today is ‘Baby steps equal the best results’ here is what I mean about that, when you want to get the best results do things slow. Don’t change anything to quickly, because what happens is you all setup to change something in your life and if you change something too quick you just gonna a put back to your old way, but conversely if you change stuff very slow, so slow small increments. What happens is you begin to have a habit that’s easily implement it and change becomes more natural, alright. So please keep that in mind now for a next limitless hair expert video that will be ‘How Do You Add Hair While Keeping Your Hair Healthy’ and will see you soon, Thank you.

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What Holds Each Hair Into Your Head - Limitless Hair Expert


Do You Know What Holds Each Hair Into Your Head

Hello Dino here and welcome again to another limitless hair expert video and today's subject is 'What holds each hair into your head' alright this is very interesting and something that usually isn't explained very well or very deeply in this case and I'm going to tie this to the health of your hair because it's very very important. I want everyone to knows something the hair that's coming out of your head sits inside a bulb. I want you I'm gonna hold my finger up like this and this is your scalp and underneath the scalp is the bold the hair fits inside the bulb okay and at the bottom it sits into something, now I'm gonna show you a little diagram of this to point this out a little bit more right here all right so this is above your scalp and everything here is below your scalp and your hair sits inside this bulb and then is attached to something right here okay, call the 'matrix' and fits and it appears as if the bottom of the hair is just hooked onto the matrix it is but that's not what holds it alone here's the key thing and I drew some little lines here if you can see the hair inside the bulb is loose so I want to refer back to showing it like this the hair sits inside the bulb and it's actually loose there's a little fibers on the wall of the bulb that makes the hair attach. 

So the hair is not just fitting in tightly like you would assume the hair is in the bulb and there's fibers on the wall of the bulb that holds that hair in now that's very important because those fibers think of this the hair is coming out and as fibers coming from the wall that's holding that hair in alright. Now here's the important thing what happens is you can break down those fibers and cause hair to shed quicker alright and here's what will cause that hair the shed quicker that is number one your sebaceous gland which is your oil gland which is on the bottom your sebaceous gland or oil gland our waste from your scalp all right they might be good if you take them out you rub them on a hair shaft but if they sit inside the bulb they break down the fibers that hold in the hair so it's important to cleanse your scalp whenever you feel it's dirty or oily okay that's number one, number two I want to bring up something what's very popular today and that is hair concealers or powders some of you know it some of you don't but it they're very very popular when people thin there's all these different name brands out that are called 'concealers' or they're in the category called concealers, there's topic there's all these other name brands they're powders fine powders that they spray or sprinkle onto the scalp and they work what do I mean they work they work because unthe in here he darkened the scalp and you don't see the scalp as much and you don't see the thinness that's why they're so popular because people could privately get these powders and the bathroom they put them on and they cover the scalp and they don't look as thin okay.

So they really work but there's a very negative side to them these powders to work are very fine they're very similar to the powder and an ink cartridge on cartridges in your printer you notice that powder it's super fine it floats up in the air it needs to be fine like that to cover the scalp properly okay, but now here's the problem those powders will fill up inside your hair bulb they're not just going to lay on the top because remember the hair bulbs open and the hair is not fitting in tight it's fitting with player looseness so whenever you put something on your scalp like that like a powder the powder is going to go in the hair bulb and it breaks down the fibers that are holding that hair in that hair bulb and causes that hair to shed out quicker so anybody that's using those powders you are speeding up your hair loss flat out I want everyone to know that that's why I'm breaking this down for you all right so please keep that in mind there's other ways of correcting the problem. 

So our quote for today is 'we are programmable human beings so in effect we can program ourselves to get what we want' what does that mean to me this is a big one what people don't understand is we are basically programmed by our environment meaning what we hear we intake we start to believe things and we start to sort of program ourselves whether it's true or beneficial our non beneficial now I want to bring up something to you in reference to that there was a guy named 'Napoleon Hill' very famous guy many years ago and what he did he studied 500 tremendously successful people and he found what was the common denominator within all these people and there was a common denominator and that was they all fought very similar they all fought in the same way and one of the key elements of how they thought was they all thought in a way that I can do this I can do that they all thought very positive they all thought for every move there's a counter move they all thought anything that bad happens is a lesson they all thought in a very positive way that they can achieve anything.

So that is the key to programming yourself that anything is achievable that's why I use the word limitless anything as human beings can achieve is achievable but it only is if you program yourself and what I mean by programming yourself is simply repeating what you want over and over so there's been Studies on this I studied this for decades actually if you repeat what you want it's sort of done in goals what's the purpose of goals the purpose of goal is not to write a goal put it away and never look at it the real purpose of goals is to plan out what you want and review it on a daily basis or by daily basis and by writing down what you want number one you know what you want and you're writing it down but number two even more important you're consistently reviewing it over and over once twice three times a day you begin to program yourself that it will happen that it will be achievable so that's one example right. So stay tuned for our next limitless hair expert video and that is 'What you should know about your hair shaft' thank you and I'll see you soon.

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How Often ONE should Wash their Hair & Shampoo Tips For Oily Scalp - Limitless Hair Expert

Subscribe : : Hair Stranding : .Know the actual factors one should consider before shampooing their hair. In this latest Limitless Hair Expert video, Hair Expert Dino has explained how often one should shampoo their hair and what factors one should consider.

How Often ONE should Wash their Hair & Shampoo Tips For Oily Scalp - Hair Expert Dino

Hello. And welcome to another series of the Limitless Hair Expert, where we combined hair expertise and self-improvement together. And I'm Dino, so today's subject is “How Do You Know How Often To Shampoo Your Hair” alright because a lot of people asks have asked me through the years how often shampoo my hair can I shampoo my hair too much too little, okay.

Now everyone's a little different but there's two keys to how often to shampoo your hair one is, sort of the environment meaning dust around you, dirt around you or you putting stuff on your hair the more stuff you put on your hair a little bit more often you should shampoo just to clean the stuff off the surface alright, that's one.

The other key is really your oil point glands which is your sebaceous gland the oils from your scalp this is important because most people think the oils from your scalp are healthy actually they're waste they're actually waste coming out of your scalp and the oil itself on your scalp is not healthy.

Now, if you take the oil out of the scalp and you put it on the hair shaft then yeah then it's going to moisturize it, but that's not what just happens normally the oils secrete out of the scalp and they lay down on your scalp that part is not healthy and the reason why is underneath your scalp there's something called a hair bulb so let's say this here is the surface of your scalp this is underneath your scalp most people think your hair is into your scalp tight it's not what happens is that the hair is into the scalp loose and there's a little fibers on the wall on the hair bulb and those fibers hold in the hair and underneath.

That is actually your sebaceous gland which is your oil gland and that particular gland secretes oil fills up the hair bulb almost like a little glass while the hair is sitting in while the hair is attached to little fibers on the wall so the more that fills up and stays there the more eats away at the fiber and causes the hair to shed quicker so the reason why I'm bringing that up is because you should shampoo your hair as often as you need in reference to how oil in your scalp gets., okay.

Now, I want to say one thing about that you also have to be careful on which shampoos you use there's sulfate shampoos sulfates mean detergents alright there's sodium chloride is really salt and they put them in shampoos also to do more thorough cleaning so sulfates sodium chloride / softs what they are they're deep cleansers and they clean the scout really good but they over clean the scalp and if you over clean the scout what happens you cause the oil gland to secrete more oil because you over cleaned it or you cleaned it with something harsh so what do you do you look for shampoos that don't have sulfates sodium chloride read the ingredients, okay.

And you find shampoos that are more gentle when shampoos are more gentle they clean the scalp and the hair and a better way that don't cause the oil gland to over secrete more oils okay so keep that in mind and that's what you should do you should clean your scalp as often as it needs it or shampoo your hair as often as it's needed and why is it needed again because you could be putting a lot of stuff on it your hair could be dirty from stuff on top of there or could be that your oil glands are secreting a little bit more often.

So if you go a week and your scalps on oily you can go weak alright if you go a couple days in your scalp so oily or a day in this counseling you should shampoo it lightly with a non-sulfate non sodium chloride shampoo alright so keep that in mind now our quote for today is by Brian Tracy and it is the healthiest personality gets along with the widest range of people so what does that mean remember you want to always improve your personality improve yourself.

And one way of doing that is to understand people and understand more and more different people how they think how they feel so when you connect with more different kind of people your personality gets along with a wider range of people and your personality grows so please keep that in mind.

Now stay tuned for our very next series of the limitless hair expert and that will be about the best ways to evaluate any hair system. And I'll see you soon. Thank you.

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