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Myths about hair

Sep 15, 2014

There are many myths about hair circulating that are not true. Faight in them can destroy your pracious hair. Don´t you believe in them?

1. One of the first myths is the claim that using the same shampoo for some time reduces its effectiveness. It's not true, even though this myth is widespread among lots of people. A good shampoo works well still. If you find the perfect partner for your hair, do not doubt about it later!
2. Another common myth is that regular trimming of hair accelerates their growth. The hair grows from the roots and not the ends. After trimming tips the hair looks healthier, but its growth will not be affected.

3. Third myth is that some people believe that hair hair will grow only to a certain length and then it will not grow any more. Again, this is a fairly widespread myth. If your haircare is perfect and your diet is balanced your hair will grow on and on until the end of their life cycle, when to stop gorwing and drop out after a short time.

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