Megan Fox Hair - How to Get More Shine
Megan Fox Biography
MEGAN FOX (height 1.68 m, 5' 6"), was born May 16, 1986 in Rockwood Tennesse, USA. She has one older sister. Megan grew up in a very poor household, but this did not stop her parents from encouraging her interest in arts at an early age. Megan's parents divorced when she was young and she and her sister were raised by her mother and her stepfather.
She began her acting career in 2001 with several minor television and film roles, and played a recurring role on Hope and Faith. In 2004, she launched her film career with a role in Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. Megan finally got her big breakthrough role in a live-action film "Transformers" in 2007, where she played the role of Mikaela Banes, the love-interest of Shia LaBoeuf. Megan Fox has been voted as the 'Sexiest Woman in the World by the readers of FHM magazine in 2008. In 2009, Fox appear in Diablo Cody's "Jennifer's Body", alongside Adam Brody and Amanda Seyfried. Megan Fox has appeared on the covers of many magazines (Premiere Magazine, ASOS Magazin, Diva magazine, FHM, GQ, ELLE, USA Weekend...).
Megan has eight known tattoos! The most popular of Megan's tattoos are the quote from the Shakespeare play King Lear on her right shoulder with the words "We will all laugh at gilded butterflies" and a portrait of Marilyn Monroe on her right arm. Megan Fox has a lot friends as Kellan Rhude, Amanda Seyfried, Michael Biehn, Jennifer Blanc... Megan Fox is currently engaged to actor Brian Austin Green.
How to Get More Shine
Girls (and guys), lets face it. This world is obsessed with looks. We only see the pretty people in advertisements for jeans, or on billboards for hair care products. It is hard to feel pretty when the magazines are adorned with supermodels all around you. No, we are not Megan Fox, or Angelina Jolie, or David Beckham. But there are plenty of natural ways to feel better about your appearance, and regain that confidence.
You can start by finding natural ways to get that perfect soft, shiny hair. Salons will sell you expensive bottles of shampoo and conditioner that help for a short while but do not really accomplish much in the long run. There are other ways to achieve results though. Cheaper, more effective ways. Some people will recommend not washing your hair in hot water. The heat damages hair. You do not need to use cold water, just turn the temperature down. Ever wonder why children's hair is so soft and shiny? I can guarantee their showers and baths are not as hot as ours are. The heat kills the natural oils your hair produces.
When you use conditioners, remember to leave them on your hair long enough for them to work. It is not a magic potion. You can not pour it on, rinse it off immediately, and expect results. Rinsing the conditioner off right after you rub it in does not give your hair enough time to absorb the conditioner. Usually, the most effective results occur when you let the conditioner soak in for about five minutes.
Also, when you go to rinse the conditioner out of your hair, try using cold water at the end. The reason for this is that you will get much more shine on your hair. When drying your hair, do not overkill it with careless rubbing and scrubbing. The roughness of the towel will damage your hair. Just gently blot your hair with the towel or let hair dry naturally. The hot air from a hairdryer can also have similar effects. As can overuse of straightening or curling your hair. One way to deal with this can be to use heat-activated conditioners. This way the heat from the appliances will actually help the hair.
Some people also recommend using vinegar on your hair. The idea is quite revolting, and one can think that the smell will probably be even more so, but it is not so, try it, the results speak for themselves. The recommended usage is one tablespoon to a gallon of water. Diet can also help. Eat lots of vitamin E. This includes brown rice, nuts, wheat, and leafy vegetables.
All these tips will help you get smoother, shinier, and softer hair, and boost your confidence.
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