Hair care and maintenance tips
1- Don’t wash your hair daily: It will only dehydrate, damage your hair, strip it of its natural oils, leave it more prone to breakage & cause hair loss.
2- Use lukewarm or cool water: Hot water can damage your hair in the same way as styling tools & sun heat by dehydrating your hair & causing split end =s. Always wash with cool water to close the hair cuticles & retain moisture.
3- Gently massage: Don’t rub your head harshly when shampooing it. Instead, gently massage your scalp and hair with your fingers in small, circular motions while shampooing it to prevent excessive tangling and damage.
4- Oil your hair: Oiling your hair before washing it is probably the best thing you can do. Massage some coconut oil, olive oil or almond oil onto your hair & scalp an hour before getting into the shower to pre-condition it.
5- Blow dry only after your hair is partially dry: If you absolutely cannot stop using a blow dryer, then just make these 3 simple adjustments. Blow-dry your hair once it is 70% dry, set your dryer on medium heat and high air speed, & Point the dryer’s nozzle downward to help smooth hair and create shine. This gives time for your hair cuticle to close up and will reduce the heat damage.
6- Deep hair conditioning: At least once a week use conditioner on your hair to cleanse your scalp completely and restore moisture into dull, dry hair.
7- Dilute the shampoo: We’re all used to using 2-3 pumps of shampoo. The harsh truth though is that shampoo strips your hair’s natural oils leaving it dry. Dilute 1-2 pumps of shampoo in half a mug of water for a more gentle hair cleansing.
8- Avoid tight hair ties: super tight hair ties tend to pull your hair back too tight increasing friction which can cause breakage.
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