You Have Been Washing Hair Wrong Your Whole Life
Hair is fickle. While it is beautiful at one time and messy the other. When you move your fingers through your hair, you want it to be a soft and soothing. But at times it can be very irritating when you have dandruff, dry hair or the rough one. You might then take a shower with some shampoo and your hair might be back to normal, soft and gorgeous as before. But that is just temporary, doing it the right way matters and it keeps your hair healthy and their beautiful look long lasting.
Mistake#1 You wait as long as you can between washes
You should wash your hair whenever it feels like washing. Once in a week during winters and every day during summers. It's up to you.
Mistake#2 You shampoo every wash
If you shower every day, try skipping the shampoo every once in a while otherwise it would result into a dry scalp.
Mistake#3 You scrub your scalp
You should gently work your fingers through the hair instead of scrubbing. This will prevent the breakage and damage.
Mistake#4 hot showers
Hot showers are fantastic, but not for your hair. Rinse your hair with the lukewarm or cold water. The hotness dries out your skin and scalp.
Mistake#5 You use too many shampoos
You might love to experiment but try sticking to only one shampoo. It's easier on your hair.
Mistake#6 Pouring on the shampoo
Pouring too much shampoo will rinse out all the product. So use only the required quantity, a coin size would be enough.
Mistake#7 You towel dry your hair
Your hair is brittle when it's wet, so pat your hair dry gently instead of rubbing it with a towel.
Mistake#8 Brushing your hair
Shampoo gently and don't brush your hair when they are wet as this may cause breakage.
Mistake#9 You always shampoo your scalp
Don't shampoo your scalp down always. Start with the nape of your neck every once in a while.
Mistake#10 You don't soak your hair
Before applying shampoo, make sure your hair is completely soaked.
Mistake#11 Shampooing your whole head
You should shampoo your roots and condition your ends.
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