Keeping your hair healthy will make you feel more confident and attractive. Creating a hair care routine can help you achieve your hair goals and ensure that the products you apply to your hair work effectively.
Now let's build a great hair care routine!
1. Know your hair
Knowing your hair type allows you to follow a good hair care routine, monitor your hair and determine its type. Common hair types are oily, dry, natural, straight, curly, wavy and thick. When you figure out your hair type, you can pay attention to the suitability of the products you put on your hair.
Choose the right shampoo for your hair type. Wash your hair only when necessary or when your hair is dirty. Daily shampooing is not recommended. Depending on your hair type, you should wash your hair several times a week. People with straight hair usually need to wash their hair more often than those with curly or wavy hair. Don't use hot water when washing your hair, it's too irritating for your hair and scalp.
There are no rules on how to wash your hair, but washing your hair too often can make your hair lose its natural oils.
3. Take care of your hair
Choose a conditioner that works for your hair. The conditioner imparts luxurious shine to the hair and provides moisture to the hair. Don't apply conditioner to the roots of your hair to avoid excess oil. In addition to your regular conditioner, you can also use a deep conditioner. You can deeply condition your hair to repair damage.
4. Hair volume
Thick hair is trendy right now. Not everyone has thick hair. No reason to worry!
You can add volume to your hair care routine. Volumizers can help your hair look finer and thicker.
5. Use natural ingredients
Some of the best hair treatments can be found in the kitchen.
Using coconut oil as a natural conditioner, apply to hair and leave on for about 30 minutes, then wash off with shampoo.
Honey is a natural humectant that strengthens hair follicles. Wet hair with honey and rinse with shampoo.
Olive oil can also be used as a moisturizer, leave it in your hair for about 30 minutes, then rinse off with shampoo.
6. Avoid harsh chemicals
Don't use dyes or harsh chemicals on your hair, as this can damage your hair and make it nearly impossible to repair. You can stick with your natural hair, but if you decide to use hair dye, don't dye your hair too often and use the same shade as your natural hair color.
7. Protect your hair from the sun
Surprisingly, the sun is bad for your skin and bad for your skin. Too much sun exposure can cause hair to dry out. Whenever the sun is shining and you plan to go outside, spray your hair with a hairspray with SPF, or cover your hair with a hat for proper protection.