Think a good hair routine is as simple as wash and go? There's a little more to it than that, but it doesn't have to make things complicated. For most of us, the base of a good haircare routine will revolve around washing correctly, gently drying, and styling or straightening. But there are lots of things you can do to make the most of your own specific hair type, whether it's oily, dry, thick or fragile. Look through these articles to see what your hair really needs, how much time you should spend on it, and how you can reduce stress and keep it at its best.

We all wash our hair – but ever wondered what the best way to do it is? There are plenty of different routines people advocate, but it all depends on what you need.
Head & Shoulders shampoo helps keep your hair smooth, silky and dandruff free – but if you damage it by not drying it properly, then you’re basically take one step forward and two back.
Moisturizing ingredients in conditioners help protect and nourish hair- use our tips to find the right one, and how to use it.
Whether it’s just for an evening or every day, most of us have wanted our hair straight at some point. But while flat irons might be effective, they use potentially damaging heat to do the job.
For many of us, styling is the biggest part of our routine. Whether you straighten, blow dry or like to add a bit of texture with styling products, it's the finishing touch that perfects your look.
Washing and caring for your hair properly isn't rocket science, but there are lots of little tweaks and techniques you can use to make your life easier - and your hair more manageable.


Hair Care Tips and Tricks
Hair care tips and tricks
Washing and Styling Your Hair
Washing and styling your hair
Best Hair Products for Men
Best Hair Products for Men
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How to Care for Heat Damaged Hair
How Much Shampoo Should You Use?
Hair Gel Or Dandruff?
Wet hair damage explained
Is gel bad for your hair?
How Shampoo Works
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How Shampoo Fragrances Work
How To Use Hair Relaxers
How To Use Conditioner