1. Check hair health
Hairstylist Thomas Taw, a close collaborator of celebrities like Sarah Jessica Parker, Blake Lively, Ellen Page and Jude Law, shares a simple tip on keeping your hair healthy. Take a strand of hair and drop it into a cup of clean water. Rising hair indicates healthy hair, while sunken hair indicates that you need to change your care.
2. Wash your hair properly
Cleaning is a basic care step but is often overlooked. Thomas Taw instructs 4 steps to wash hair according to salon standards:
– Use water at a cool temperature, which should not exceed 37 degrees. Wet hair completely for about a minute.
– Take the amount of shampoo equivalent to a large coin in your hand, rub it evenly to create foam first, then apply to the scalp, massage in a circular motion from the top of the head to the nape of the neck.
– Rinse with water for about 5 minutes to remove all foam.
– Use more conditioner and then rinse with cold water to increase moisture, make hair more shiny.
3. Don’t wash your hair every day
The habit of washing your hair every day is not good for your hair. Washing your hair too often will unbalance the moisture on the scalp, causing the sebaceous glands to work less efficiently, weak hair and more breakage. Depending on your hairstyle, hair texture and weather conditions, you should wash your hair 2-3 times per week.
4. Change your hairstyle to limit washing your hair a lot
In order not to be too bothered by greasy hair, you can learn Kim Kardashian to change her hairstyle often. Kim’s hairstylist says she washes her hair every four days. “She washed her hair on the first day. On the second day, I styled Kim’s hair as she liked. On the third day, I straightened her hair. On the fourth day, I styled it in a ponytail and on the fifth day, Kim washed it out. “.
5. Use dry shampoo before exercising
When there is not enough time to wash their hair after sports, many people use dry shampoo to clean their hair. However, according to Thomas Taw, this is the wrong way to do it. Experts say using dry shampoo before a workout will help absorb sweat, thereby, reducing the condition of an greasy, oily scalp, and hair will be more bouncy.
6. Wash pillowcases periodically
The habit of washing pillowcases is not only good for your skin, but also makes your hair stronger. Pillowcases absorb epidermal cells, dead skin, sweat, dirt, creating a favorable environment for bacteria to grow. To keep your skin and hair healthy, you should wash your pillowcases at least once a week. If you have oily skin, you should change your pillowcase at least twice a week.
7. Scalp Care
Hair care masks are mainly used for hair with little impact on the scalp. A healthy scalp is the key to making hair smoother and shinier. You should use the cream for the scalp twice a week, gently massage to stimulate blood circulation.
8. Use lemon juice
Lemon juice helps reduce frizzy, broken hair, keeping hair clean, healthy and naturally shiny. A very simple way is to use a mixture of lemon juice mixed with a liter of water to rinse your hair when washing your hair. When rinsing your hair, pour water slowly, and gently massage the roots of your hair.
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