What is your must do for your hairs?
Everyone has some tried and tested tips for their hair care. So what is that special unique thing which you do for your hairs. Be this for anything like hair growth, dandruff, dull hairs, split hairs anything.
cut - every couple of months.
comb - daily.
wash - occasionally.
I'm a beach bum!
A high conditioner once a week, usually on Sunday, to keep my hair soft and shiny.
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