Hair goes through many stages throughout our lives.
As children, most of us are born with thin and soft strands that begin to transform as the follicle changes; they thicken into early adulthood. It is easy to forget that hair can change and it is important to reevaluate your regimen during each new stage of your life to make sure you are caring for it properly.
One of the big changes that can happen with your hair is in your fifties, when hormones are changing and the growth rate starts slowing down. With slower growing hair and many of us turning to chemical coloring, it’s no wonder why hair starts losing its luster at this age. Still, that certainly doesn’t mean it is time to hide your hair away forever. With proper care, it can be brought back to its full potential with an easy-to-manage regimen. Here are 8 things you should stop doing to your hair after 50.