Who doesn't love a good hair wash after a hectic day? It not only cleanses the hair but relaxes our mind and body after a long day. Do you know washing hair in the wrong way can make our hair frizzy, dry and oily? Read on and find out how to wash hair without causing any damage and making them stronger, silkier and shiner!
Who doesn’t love a hot shower after a long, hectic day, but very hot water could be the reason behind your dry and frizzy tresses. Hot water can open the hair cuticle which in turn, affects its moisture. It also increases the risk of split-end and hair fall.
Not Considering The Weather
Just like changing your wardrobe every season, you need to change your shampoos too. Using the same shampoo throughout the year will not only make your hair worse, but it can also make your hair dry and frizzy for a lifetime!
Using Too Much Product
Don’t be overzealous. A coin-sized amount of shampoo and conditioner is enough for your tresses.
Scrubbing Too Hard
Avoid vigorous rubbing while applying shampoo. Dampened hair is more prone to breaking, so scrub your scalp gently using your fingertips.
Conditioner On Roots
Conditioner is meant to moisturize your strands. So, applying it on the scalp will make it oily and your hair will become more prone to hair fall. In addition to that, the conditioner clogs the hair follicle by making it prone to dandruff. To avoid these problems, make sure to use a conditioner from the middle to the ends of your strands.
Rubbing your hair with a towel can lead to hair fall as well as frizziness thanks to all that friction. The towel absorbs the heat from our hair, leaving them dry and unmanageable. So, it’s better to use an old t-shirt to blot excess water from your strands instead of rubbing them dry!
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So, stop spending your time and money on expensive hair-care products and therapies such as spas. Just avoid making these mistakes while washing your hair to get smooth, silky tresses!
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