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Shiny hair – probably on par with rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes as an indicator of good health. We would suggest keeping to a vitamin-rich diet and cutting all toxins out of your diet, but a few cheats can go a long way too.
Thanks to instyle who helped us with a few ways of getting a glossy mane.
1. DYE IT RIGHT
When it comes to colour, dark tresses tend to look shinier than blond ones. But that doesn’t mean highlighted hair is doomed to dullness. If you want to go lighter and you’re concerned about shine, choose a shade with warm golden tones, which appear glossier than cooler hues.
2. SCHEDULE REGULAR SNIPS
Even a quarter inch off your tips makes all the difference. Trims remove the dead, split ends that can make hair look dull, especially if you have a lot of layers. Try to squeeze in an appointment every six weeks.
3. VEG OUT
Here’s another reason to load up on spinach, broccoli, and Swiss chard. These dark greens are excellent sources of vitamins A and C, which bodies need to help produce lots of sebum (the oily substance from your scalp that acts like a natural conditioner).
4. FIND YOUR FORMULA
Shine sprays and serums add instant gleam-but one formulation doesn’t fit all. If your hair is thick, coat it (while wet or dry) with a rich silicone solution that also has hydrating oils, such as argan. If your strands are on the finer side, spritz on a lighter silicone-free mist after styling, which won’t weigh down hair.
5. CLEAN WITH A SPECIALIST SHAMPOO.
Coloured hair can look incredible after a fresh application, but give it a few weeks, and that high gloss can soon turn dull and lacklustre. Davines Essential Haircare MINU / Shampoo 1000ml is ideal for coloured hair. Its formula, characterised by a rich and full-bodied foam, is designed to gently cleanse coloured hair, protecting the colour and keeping it shiny for a longer period of time. The scent that characterises the MINU family has a citrus (orange blossom) and fresh note.