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Of course, if you don’t want to use “permanent” measures, you can sometimes get the results with the specific styling methods employed to create the waves or straighten the hair temporarily. The goal, of course, is to try and emulate the hair’s natural look from when it was younger. You can use flat irons, or curling irons, hot rollers or simply a wet set to reshape the hair. Done properly, these methods can also increase the shine of the hair and further enhance a youthful look.
One thing to keep in mind that is of the utmost importance is that you should only use the retexturing techniques that are appropriate for the level of change in your hair. If your hair is only a little coarser and drier, it’s better to stick to moisture and deep-conditioning treatments to deal with the hair, rather than immediately going for a chemical solution. You risk over-processing the hair and causing serious damage, which would defeat the purpose.
As tough as it is to grow older, we can take small comfort in that there are ways to help make the most of your appearance without having to rely solely on expensive products and surgical procedures. And if you take a good look at some of the women in our society who have relied too heavily on these surgical anti-aging techniques, you’ll see some definite merit in trying to take a more “graceful” approach to growing older.
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