HAIR expert Audrey Victoria said she used to believe all the hair care advice she read on social media including how chemicals were bad.
Upon doing her own research, however, she discovered that a lot of viral hair advice was actually inaccurate.Audrey urged her viewers to do their own research instead of believing social media myths[/caption] She said chemicals, silicones, and sulphates can actually be GOOD for your hair[/caption]
She said: “I believed everything I saw on social media about hair care, then I did my own research.”
She then debunked several viral hair myths.
She said: “Silones can protect your hair. Chemicals aren’t bad. Natural does NOT mean better. Washing your hair is NOT bad. EVERYONE’S hair sheds.”
Audrey showcased her shiny locks in the video, proving that her methods clearly work for her.
However, she still insisted that everyone do their own research before deciding on their hair care routine.
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The clip racked up 2.1 million views and commenters loved Audrey’s insight.
“I have naturally straight, oily hair and I NEED sulfates in my hair care routine!! And silicones work amazing on my hair! My hair is so healthy”, said one enthusiastic commenter.
Audrey replied: “Exactly!! It’s really problematic to promote the idea that silicones and sulfates are bad for everyone. They make some hair types THRIVE.”
Another viewer wrote: “I’m so sick of the idea that it’s bad for people to wash their hair daily. I have very fine curly hair and my hair looks and feels so good washed daily.”
Some, however, weren’t impressed with Audrey’s advice.
“Since when are silicones good for your hair? It puts a layer on your hair to make it look healthy but in reality it makes it dry out from the inside”, asserted one commenter.
Audrey replied: “Silicones can protect against heat damage! Look it up!”
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