Rwanda : Taking care of your hair need some precautions not to spoil it
According to Real Simple, it’s better to loosen abit when it comes to getting great hair because trying hard might do the opposite.
Experts on refreshing and cosmetics matters suggest: Stop trying too hard to get hair if you want hair that’s in top condition and save on money and time in the morning.
Here are six hassle free strategies to getting smooth and shiny hair
Comb early but not often
Prevent your hair from getting twisted before you step under the water by using a wide-tooth comb on dry hair. (Wet hair is more fragile and prone to damage.) Then don’t pick up a comb or a brush again until your hair is partially dry.
People who have dry hair can easily go four to five days between shampoos while Oilier hair may need lathering every other day. Break a daily shampoo habit by applying a dry shampoo product.
Do not use much conditioner
If your conditioner bottle is empty before the shampoo bottle, chances are you’re using too much. A dime-size dab of conditioner suffices for most people, says Michael Jacobson, a co-owner of the Michael & Michael salon, in Chicago.
Applying more than you need not only costs more but also creates a dirt-attracting residue that necessitates more shampooing (and the vicious cycle begins again).
Use conditioner from midshaft to the ends only, and rely on your scalp’s nourishing oils to keep the hair closer to the roots healthy. Use a natural bristle brush for even distribution of the oils.