When you’re at a party, the ladies will start to do the sexy dance, the men will start dancing, and you will start thinking about your dark brown hair.
You have that dreadlocks hair.
I’m thinking, This looks like I’m going to lose it.
But don’t worry, you’re not alone.
A recent survey by a German-based beauty company found that a majority of women and more than 80% of men in the U.S. have darker hair.
It’s no surprise then that you’re probably looking at a dark purple wig.
But before you go to the salon to get your dreads dyed, think twice.
Dark purple hair has a reputation for causing dermatitis and, because of its high concentration of melanin, it can cause a variety of other health problems, including a risk of melanoma, a potentially deadly form of skin cancer.
While darker hair is no longer fashionable, it’s still popular with beauty enthusiasts.
But just because it’s trendy doesn’t mean it’s healthy, experts warn.
So what’s the good news?
You can’t die from dreadlocks, but your dark hair can be healthy.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, dreadlocks are considered “a natural, healthy, and natural-looking part of the face,” so they’re safe to use.
But because they can be harmful to your skin, you need to be aware of them.
It also makes sense that you should avoid using them in the shower, which is known to be a bad place for your hair to be.
Read more about hair:How to Prevent Dreadlocks Hair Problems1.
Dark Hair Isn’t Always Healthy Hair is a complicated chemical, but there are three main ways to combat the damage: 1.
Avoiding Chemical Contamination and Bad Habits1.
If you want to stay healthy, avoid chemicals.
The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) recommends that you avoid using any chemicals that could cause skin irritation, especially those that contain phthalates (or chemicals linked to phthalate exposure).
Phthalates, also known as phthalocyanates, are used in soaps, nail varnishes, detergents, and aerosols.
They can cause skin redness, irritation, and even cancer.2.
Keeping Your Hair Out of the Sun3.
Using Natural Fragrance and SunscreenTo help you avoid chemicals and get your hair out of the sun, try these tips:1.
Wash your hair once a week and avoid using soap and water2.
Use a hair dryer to help get rid of hair flakes and dead hair3.
Do not apply products that contain fragrances that are toxic.4.
Limit the amount of products you use on your hair daily.