Are you doing the basic hair care the right way?
You might be confused about which hair product or home remedy one might use to have healthy strong hair because the market is full of different products and every other person might give you some different advice on which home remedy to use. But just knowing a few habits and maintaining some basic hair care routine will give you the hair you have always wanted!
Just as you use face products according to your skin type, you need to maintain a hair routine that will suit your scalp and hair type. So, what are the do’s and don’ts?
Washing your hair: You might think who needs advice about how to wash hair? Well, yes you do! You should wash your hair according to your type of hair and the weather around. Often, we think using shampoo can clean the hair and we do it almost everyday but according to hair experts washing hair with shampoo most days is enough to take away natural protein and oil from your hair leaving your hair looking dead, so limit using shampoo to three to four days a week. If the day has a scorching heat you can always use some apple cider vinegar on your hair and rinse it to lessen oiliness of your hair or use some mint leaf paste on your scalp to freshen and cool it.
Does straight and curly hair both need hair conditioning?: Well conditioning can always do wonders to any hair type but it is a must to deep condition thick or curly hair. Don’t use conditioner and rinse asap but to have the appropriate result you may use heat by applying conditioner to your hair while showering and letting it stay for a few minutes, or by wrapping your hair with a plastic cap and applying heat from the outside, such as a hair dryer.
Brushing hair: You might know brushing too often can result in more hair fall but do you know that you should brush hair from the bottom and go upward as you detangle. Furthermore you can definitely use fenugreek seeds which have been famous for decades! and solve any hair problem, surprisingly fenugreek works the same for all hair type, fenugreek seeds are both rich in protein and vitamin e, which are known to help with hair loss and dandruff, as well as a number of scalp concerns including hair dryness, thinning hair, and hair loss. It makes your hair super conditioned leaving an enchanting smell.
Trimming the roots: What would happen if you don’t trim your ends as much as needed? You’ll find that your haircut is losing its form and that new lengths of hair are emerging. In some areas, your hair will be more prone to breakage. Your hair will grow back, but it will be fragile, susceptible to breakage, and uneven.
In conclusion, maintaining these basic habits is enough to achieve healthy hair but at the same time it is important to be sensitive with your hair and keep in mind to not overdo anything!