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Myth: You should wash your hair every day.
Myth: Frequent trims makes your hair grow faster.
Myth: If you use the same shampoo, it will stop working.
Myth: Cold water makes your hair shinier
Myth: If you pluck out one gray hair, two or three will sprout in its place.
Myth: Lather, rinse, repeat.
Myth: You can mend split ends with the right products.
Myth: Exposure to sunlight is the healthiest way to lighten your hair color.
Myth: Slather on mayonnaise and olive oil to deep condition your hair.
Myth: Brushing 100x a day will make my hair shinier.
Myth: If you have greasy hair, skip conditioner.
Myth: Always comb your hair from top to bottom.
Myth: Hair retains the same hair texture over time.
Myth: Tying Hair up will reduce dandruff.
Myth: Pulling your hair in a ponytail will lead to bald spots.
Hair Myths Debunked
Myth: Blush is Only For Color
Myth: Makeup Causes Breakouts
Myth: Concealer Should Be Lighter Than Foundation
Myth: Applying Mascara to Lower Lashes Only Adds Shadow
Myth: Darker Foundation Makes You Look More Tan
Myth: You Can't Wear Eyeshadow the Same Color As Your Eyes
Myth: Wear Products from One Brand Only
Myth: Match Your Foundation to Your Jawline, Wrist or Cheek
Myth: Choose a Concealer with Yellow Undertones
Myth: Redheads Must Wear Earth Tones, Blondes Can't Wear Blues
Myth: Use Your Mascara to the Last Drop, and Pump it For More Product
Myth: Powder is a No-No
Myth: Only Those with Big Eyes Can Wear Liquid Eyeliner
Myth: Only Some Women Can Wear Red Lipstick
Before you start lathering your hair with mayonnaise or lemon juice, we've decided to debunk some of the biggest and most popular hair myths.
There are many factors that play into the healthiness of hair. The texture, the condition, the length, and the healthiness to name a few. If you're someone who blow dries your hair everyday for shine or someone who thinks combing your hair 100 times will give you healthy golden locks, you may be disappointed to learn your efforts have been fruitless.
Click through the gallery above to see which hair routines are really just myths.