There are a few things you can do to improve your hair’s overall health and appearance, as well as some things you can avoid. In general, here are some criteria:
Brush your hair:
Yes, there are a hundred strokes. It stimulates the blood supply to the scalp, removes the scalp from infecting the dead skin cells, and distributes sebum on the hair shaft for moisture and protection. Do anything when brushing the bend at the waist. Use a natural Bristol brush or other gentle brush. Be careful and do not rush. It is better to go faster and get only 30 strokes, go faster, and break or pull your hair. Make it a habit to brush thoroughly before washing your hair.
Massage your scalp:
Before you stop brushing and brushing your hair during the day, make it a point to massage the skin first. Slip your fingers into your hair and massage your scalp into small circular circles, using the pods of your fingers. Using your finger pad will protect your hair from scratching, scratching your scalp, and messing up your style. Then toilet, spray again (if you use it) and go.
Make a habit of giving your hair a break once a week. No need to wash your hair every day (unless you are a teenager, do dirty work or do a real sweat every day). If you are over 20 years old and have no rashes or infections (such as dandruff), give your hair full daybreak. Choose a day that you don’t usually go out, or do your homework and do things. Do not wash with shampoo and heat the style. If you feel too bitter and must do something, after brushing your hair thoroughly to distribute the sebum, wet your hair, apply a little daily conditioner on the ends, rinse well, and then pull out the bread or “wet form” palette. By shampooing once a week, and whenever possible, discard your hair from blow-drying and heat styling.
Unless your hair is very fine, trim your hair and make it a habit to apply a deep conditioning treatment to your hair once a week. Deep conditioners are not the same as daily conditioners and homemade preparations work well. Coconut oil is very good for hair conditioning. Brush your hair, wash it lightly, and then dry the towel. Apply your deep conditioner, then wrap your head in a hot towel, open the hair cuticle, and allow the conditioner to go inside. Leave for 10 minutes to half an hour. Rinse well with warm water to remove cold residue to seal the hair. Dyeing your hair in cold water can be a bit uncomfortable, but it does wonders for your hair to look. It closes the hair cuticle close to the shaft, enhances shine and management, and helps keep the hair strong. A mixture of cold water and lemon juice is better for brightness and strength (two teaspoons of cold water is equivalent to half a teaspoon of lemon juice).
Make a habit of finishing your hair with shampoo every day. This reduces slit ends, discoloration, loss of heat styling, and frequent trims. Use a product designed for thermal styling. If you blow-dry frequently, use the curling iron or hot rollers.
Make a habit of trimming your hair. Again, this will reduce the partitions and add extra weight from your hair (which can cause breakage). Once every 6 weeks for short styles, about 8 weeks is ideal for shoulder length or long hair.
Yes, it’s true – if you have long hair and want to keep it that way – keep your hair up when possible. I’m not suggesting that you look like a librarian every day, but in the “old days” one reason why women grow back long beautiful hair is that they wear it all the time. The weight of your hair triggers the onset of the telogen phase. When the hair is heavy and long, it stops growing and comes out, or breaks. By repeatedly increasing your hair, that weight will stay away from the hair root. You can pin smoothly with bourbon pins or banana clips, while doing chores, household chores, dinner, yard work, messing up your computer, watching TV. Now, this depends on your hairstyle and hair length. If you have short hairstyles, this step is not only unnecessary – it is impossible. However, if you have long or long hair, and want to look skinny and healthy, make it a point to keep it up and reduce the weight on your scalp. Another downside is that it helps keep the hair away from dinner.
How to wash your hair
There is a right way to wash your hair. Treat yourself like fine silk! If you ever make the mistake of running an expensive silk tube through your washing machine, you know what I mean.
Here are a few tips to help prevent excess damage to your hair:
1. Your hair naturally hangs when you wash it; Either standing in the shower or bathing shakes your head or puts it in the shampoo sink. Never – ever – stack it to wash your head.
2. Wash your hair with shampoo (not hot) for shampoo. Soften the showerhead to avoid excessive water pressure on your hair.
3. Put shampoo in your palm.
4. Apply shampoo to your scalp and apply it to your scalp. Massage with your fingers (your fingernails) and apply shampoo to your scalp. Lift the fingers from one area of your head to another and then place them elsewhere on your head. Don’t pull them through your hair. Remember, hair is prone to damage and breakage when wet. If your hair is especially dirty or oily, you can work through the ends of the shampoo. If your hair is too dry or processed, you should wash your scalp, and the shampoo will dissipate when any dirt or oil is complete.
5. Rinse your hair with lukewarm water. Make sure you let it hang naturally. If you are tall and need extra help to get out of the shampoo, you can gently spread it with your fingers.
6. If you choose to use a rinse conditioner, it’s time. Instead of shampooing, apply conditioner to the ends of your hair and gently apply the rest of your hands to the roots. Repeat the rinse.
7. Gently dry the towel. The new hair towel wraps are great, keep the hair and do not weigh like a towel wrap, reducing the risk of your hair breaking.
8. Once the hair is dry with a towel, you can apply a leave-in conditioner.
9. Always brush wet hair with a wide tooth comb – Never brush wet hair.
10. Never, ever, ever sleep on wet hair – it is weak when wet and can easily break until you twist your pillow. If it does not break, it will tighten the cuticle and make it look dull.
11. Dry air hair whenever possible.
With a little care and attention, you can have juicy and lovely locks. Keep your hair looking good and it will reward you with shine, body and shine.