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Hair experts debunk 15 hair myths

Trichologist Anabel Kingsley and dermatologist Camille Howard-Verovic debunk 15 myths about hair. They explain why hair doesn't grow faster when you constantly cut it, the true cause of dandruff, and whether shampooing causes hair loss. Kingsley is a trichologist and the brand president of Philip Kingsley. She specializes in the science of the hair and scalp, with a focus on postpartum hair loss, nutrition, and the psychology of hair loss. You can read more about her work here: Howard-Verovic is a board-certified dermatologist and the founder of Girl+Hair, a personal-hair-care brand for folks with curly, coily, and textured hair. You can read more about her work here: 0:00 Intro 0:39 Hair grows faster when you constantly cut it 1:24 You have dandruff because your scalp is dry 2:14 Washing your hair every day is bad for you. 3:12 Shaving causes hair to grow back thicker and darker 3:44 Air drying your hair is better than blow drying 5:14 Shampooing causes extra hair loss 6:00 Only shaving causes ingrown hairs 6:58 Stress makes you have gray hair 7:42 If you pluck a gray hair, two more will grow in its place 8:38 You can repair a split end 9:13 Baldness is only passed down through your mother 10:28 The more you brush your hair, the healthier, it will be 11:42 Oils will make hair grow faster and longer 12:32 Wigs, weaves, and braids always protect your hair 13:52 Tender headed is just that





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