Hair Care, from Life in the USA: The Complete Guide for Immigrants and Americans

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Life in the USA
Everyday Life
Personal Care

Hair Care
Many lengths and styles of hair are appropriate for both men and women in the United States. You will have to look at other people around you, and get an idea of which Americans look particularly well groomed. Keep in mind that conservative hairstyles, for both men and women, tend to be easier to maintain.

A well-groomed American will cut or style his or her hair frequently, keep it clean, and often use a conditioning product after shampooing. The United States offers an impressive array of such products, which are widely advertised.

It may not be necessary to wash your hair every day (this depends on the hair) but one rule is inviolable: Americans do not like to see dandruff flakes in hair or on clothing, and consider people with visible dandruff to be social misfits. The right specialized shampoo will take care of this problem if you suffer from it.


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