Way to Wash Hair:
to Wash Your Hair the Best Way
not as simple as it sounds. There is a difference!
washing your hair, it is best if you get in the shower. You may give
yourself a backache and wont be able to rinse properly if you
wash your hair in the sink.
in the shower, start by rinsing your hair to remove any leave-in conditioner
or styling aids. Use a quarter sized dollop of shampoo and rub your
hands together to distribute it. Put the shampoo on your scalp, not
the ends of your hair.
up a lather by massaging your scalp with your fingers and scalp brush.
Dont mix your hair all over your head; the more you do, the
more tangled it will become.
notice that during the first shampoo, you wont have much lather.
That is because your hair is still dirty.
well and then repeat, but this time, let the shampoo sit for a minute
(especially if you are using a protein shampoo).
then press the water out of your hair. Never squeeze or pull your
hair when its wet. Instead, smooth your hands down from the
top of your head down to remove excess water, and important step before
adding any conditioner.
or Cold Water?
it doesnt matter because the effects are barely noticeable.
However, experts say to wash hair in hot or warm water to help remove
dirt and buildup and to rinse hair in cool water to close the cuticle
and add shine.
penetrate better on towel dried hair so remove excess water first.
Be gentle! To protect your hair, smooth your hands down your head
from the top of your head down to remove excess water. As your hair
grows longer, gather your hair at the base of your neck with one hand,
and once anchored, use the other hand to gently press the water out
of the ends of your hair.
use a generous amount (half-dollar size dollop or more for longer
hair) to make sure your hair is completely covered. Concentrate on
your hairline, nape and the ends of your hair, where its needed
most. Massage well, but DO NOT COMB THROUGH; its too damaging
to your hair. Snap on a plastic cap and sit under a warm dryer for
10 minutes. Rinse well and follow with an instant conditioner.
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