I Was So Worried About My Hair Fall And Then I Adopted This Hair Care Routine

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Stylecraze Hyderabd040-395603080 August 13, 2019

I had always had long, thick hair. It was an asset that I was quite proud of and left no opportunity to display it. While attending functions or gatherings, I loved leaving my hair open. I enjoyed all the compliments that would come my way. “Wow, you have such beautiful hair!” or “I wish I had hair like you.” I was used to hearing compliments like that. My open hair had always given me the confidence to be comfortable in my skin. I colored it a different shade every few months, played around with it — my hair was an integral part of my identity.

It never occurred to me that this asset, of which I was so proud, could fall prey to the elements. It happened slowly, so I didn’t notice at first. It started with a few stray strands on my hairbrush. The first few times it happened, I dismissed it as normal. I had read somewhere that it was normal if a few strands of your hair fell out, now and then. By the time I realized that this was no normal occurrence, my hair had suffered a lot of damage.

I still remember the day I had this realization. I was getting ready for a friend’s engagement, and as usual, my go-to hairstyle was ironing my hair to make it look sleek and shiny. I had only ironed half of my hair when I noticed it looked quite limp and lifeless. This had never happened to me before. I also saw that my hair was nowhere as thick as it used to be. It made me feel very conscious. Though I attended that function, I remember, I didn’t enjoy it as much.

From then on, I refused to let my hair open for the fear of hair fall due to breakage. Be it work or play, my staple hairstyle was a messy bun. I yearned to let my hair open and reap compliments again, but I didn’t want to endanger it more, so they stayed tied up. Meanwhile, I was spending a lot of money on hair fall treatments. From medication to serums, from gharelu nuskhas to fancy salon treatments — I tried everything. Some of them did help, but as soon as I stopped them my hair started falling again. I also realized that most of my hair was quite unhealthy. It felt like straw, and even the slightest tug could lead to breakage. It became so much that I started avoiding going out. Even when I did, I would feel conscious all the time.

The Hair Care Routine That Gave Me My Open Hair Days Back


It was during this time that I met my friend. She was quite close to me but had become very busy after the birth of her first child. During a conversation about childbirth and its aftermath, she told me how her hair had started falling out. I immediately asked her how she rectified it. She told me that the only thing that worked for her was Pantene’s Advanced Hairfall Solution. She explained to me that she had used this brand earlier also, so she wanted to give it a try before spending her money anywhere else. Plus, she was intrigued by this new range because it was formulated with fermented rice water, which was an age-old Chinese haircare secret. In her own words, it made her hair come back from the dead.

It left me thinking. I had already spent a lot of money on trying out expensive treatments so there was no harm in using this. I went home and looked up this new range online. The entire Pantene Advanced Hairfall range was formulated with the famous Pantene pro vitamin and fermented rice water, which contained 8 essential amino acids and vitamins. It promised to nourish hair from inside and strengthen it against hair fall. I ordered the Hairfall Solution variant as hair fall was my main concern, but there were other variants available too, such as Silky Smooth Care, Lively Clean, etc. Along with the shampoo and conditioner, I also ordered Pantene Open Hair Miracle, to follow up with my shampoo-conditioner routine.

These three things collectively cost me Rs 485 (Rs, 115 for the shampoo, Rs 180 for the conditioner and Rs 190 for the Open Hair Miracle), just a fraction of what I had already spent on other treatments. As soon as the products were delivered, I started my new hair care routine in the earnest. I would wash my hair with Pantene Advanced Hairfall Solution Shampoo, and follow it up with the conditioner from the same range. And after rinsing the conditioner, I would apply the Pantene Open Hair Miracle to detangle my wet hair and reduce breakage. I would do this thrice a week, and on other days, I would just nourish my hair with Pantene Open Hair Miracle, a 4-in-one product. Not only did it work as an oil, but it also functioned as a leave-in conditioner, a frizz-reducing serum, and a heat-protectant too! That too at the low price of Rs 190! Needless to say, I was completely in love with this product.

But the biggest reason for my appreciation was that I could see a tremendous improvement in my hair, in just fourteen days of starting this new hair care routine.

I actually eliminated everything else from my hair care regime and only relied on these three products. I even started carrying the Open Hair Miracle in my bag just so I could have access to my trusty leave-in conditioner cum serum on the go.

It has been three months since I started this new hair care routine, and my hair is no longer limp and lifeless. It has found its earlier glory, in fact, I think it is better than before! Also, I don’t see any stray strands on my hairbrushes and pillowcases anymore, so that’s a big relief.

I have found my lost confidence and crowning glory again, all thanks to the new miraculous Pantene Advanced Hairfall Solution. If you, too, are suffering from a similar problem, do give it a try. I am sure you won’t be disappointed.

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