How To Keep Your Hair Healthy All Year Round
How To Keep Your Hair Healthy All Year Round: Are you having trouble keeping your hair healthy? Did you notice your hair is thinning and getting weaker every day? Try these Beauty Hooked expert-recommended tips to help you maintain healthy hair.
Make Sure You Wash Your Hair Regularly
If your hair is fine or brittle, there’s another reason to go a little longer between washes. Washing every day strips your hair of its natural oils, leaving it dry and fragile. When you wash less often, you put those protective oils back where they belong. However, if you have oily hair you may need to wash more regularly.
Focus on the scalp
You may be shampooing your hair incorrectly. When washing your hair, concentrate on cleaning primarily the scalp, rather than washing the entire length of hair. Washing only your hair can create flyaway hair that is dull and coarse.
Condition after Shampoo is a Must
Conditioner acts as a protectant on wet hair, making it less likely to be damaged during styling. Using conditioner at home regularly may improve the look of your hair and reduce the need for salon visits.
Apply Conditioner only on Tips
Avoid using a deep conditioner on your scalp. The scalp already produces enough oil for the hair to stay healthy—so tipping your head upside down and conditioning your part will leave it unnecessarily greasy. Use a wide-tooth comb to distribute the conditioner from the tips to the roots and then rinse. This will definitely help you keep your hair healthy all year round.
Use Products that Suit your Hair Type
When it comes to hair care, the key is to understand and listen to your hair. The most a shampoo will do is to remove dirt and impurities, while conditioner hydrates and moisturizes hair so that it’s easier to manage. The right shampoo makes a difference based on your hair type – curly, straight, damaged, or chemically treated. So it is necessary to always buy the products that are right for your hair.
Avoid Washing with Hot Water
Washing your hair with hot water can cause the scalp skin to become dry, which may lead to itchiness and dandruff. Hot water strips your hair of its natural oils and moisture, leaving it dry and frizzy. Avoiding hot water helps in retaining the moisture content of the scalp and keeps it hydrated.
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