Most of us think that they are following the right steps while washing the hair and applying shampoo but what the indicators can be that highlight the mistakes we mostly do and what should be done to avoid them.
For both men and women, there are so many kinds of shampoos and conditioners to choose from at the store! It is important to learn how to find the right kind of shampoo and conditioner that is right for your hair type and how to apply that for the best possible results.
Here are some of the tricks that will help you in understanding and fixing the mistakes anyone can do during hair wash.
Method 1: Choosing the Right Shampoo and Conditioner:
First and the most important step is choosing the right kind of shampoo for your hair because buying the right kind of shampoo for your hair is essential to getting your hair to look and feel its best. Shampoo selection matters a lot as you need to understand what your hair type is; are they thick, short, silky, frizzy or curly and most importantly are they dandruff free. If you are having dandruff in your head then shampoo switching is the best option, the one having salicylic acid, pyrithione zinc, and selenium sulfide to effectively fight those pesky flecks.
Method 2: Washing Your Hair
While washing your hair always try to use luke warm water as it helps to open the cuticles in your hair and will help your hair and scalp absorb the oils in your conditioner. After shampoo make it a habbit to use conditioner as this will protect your ends from splitting and add shine.
Method 3: Conditioning Your Hair
The last step is conditioning your hair, for that purpose evenly spread conditioner into your hair, apply conditioner on the midsection and ends of your hair, leave the conditioner in your hair for 10 minutes after your shower if you have longer hair and rinse your hair with cool water.
- Be gentle, do not scrub your hair and avoid tight circular motions as this will damage the cuticles of your hair.
- Do not shampoo the ends if you have longer hair because it is the oldest and driest hair and using shampoo at the ends will make them more rough and damaged.
- Rinse your hair and squeeze out the excess water