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There are numerous methods and tips for handling hair problems. Avoid silicones, avoid shampoos with sulfates, don't use heat, cut your ends every month, and so on. But how many of them are actually true? Well, as it turns out, not that many at all! When it comes to hair, there are so many widespread myths that have no evidence backing them up. In this article, we will go over the most common ones, and see which of them are actually true, and which aren't. 

Winter is just around the corner, and with all of the wonderful things that come with it, there are also some things that we aren’t so excited about. Have you ever noticed how almost every day is a bad hair day during the winter months? I mean, yes, beanies are always there to save the day. But why can’t my hair look as good as it did during the warmer months? 

If there is one person that I would take hair advice from, it’s Jennifer Aniston. I dreamed of having Rachel Green’s hair throughout my whole adolescence. I took pictures of her famous highlights and layers to show my stylist and rewatched "Friends" just to admire her style and perfect hair. And I know that I wasn’t the only one doing it. Every girl who grew up watching the popular sitcom wanted to have Jennifer Aniston's hair, just as badly as Monica Geller wanted Demi Moore's.

Have you ever wondered how Kim Kardashian’s hair always looks perfect, even after she went platinum blonde for her iconic Met Gala look? Sure, she wears extensions and wigs from time to time, but she also posts a lot of selfies with her natural, extension-free hair. And in the pictures, you can see that it’s still in great condition.