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Recently, a friend told me she was sick of having to color her grays away every 4 weeks and was thinking about letting it go au natural, aka gray. I asked her if she was ready to look years older than she does right now. Of course, her answer was a resounding NO! Though a very small percentage of women can pull off the look without having it age them considerably, for most women gray hair is just one of those things that screams old. But, when it comes to aging you and your hair, gray doesn’t stand alone as there are numerous ways your hair could be aging you. Want to erase some years? Here are 5 easy ways to do just that:
1) COLOR THOSE GRAYS AND DON’T GO TOO DARK OR TOO LIGHT
Peter Coppola is no newbie to the hair-care arena. He started the keratin revolution decades ago, and has owned more than 30 salons, in addition to working with top magazines, television shows, and websites over a 35-year career.
Now based in Boca Raton, FL, where he operates a salon, Peter has launched a new anti-aging line called Peter Coppola Keratin Concept, a salon and at-home treatment line for reversing damage and the signs of aging hair. Formaldehyde and aldehyde free, the comprehensive line will be sold at more than 30,000 salons nationwide by the end of 2014. Here, Peter shares tips for keeping your hair youthful and healthy.
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Believe it or not, hair ages too. As years race by there are subtle physiological changes and by the time you hit your forties and fifties you may find you have a completely different head of hair. So what are the rules of youthful hair? Follow our expert guide to stronger, bouncier, and more vibrant hair, whatever your ageâ€¦
DO â€“ SCRUTINIZE YOUR PRODUCTS
With fewer oil glands producing sebum as we age, particularly after menopause, hair also suffers. It gets drier as the scalp produces about 40 percent less oil. The solution? Scrutinize your hair products and adopt a moisture-rich shampoo and conditioning routine to maintain the luster and shine.
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