Have you ever noticed that when washing your hair in the salon, your strands come out of there softer, more dry and with much more movement?
Believe me, the answer is not only in professional products, but mainly in the way the hairdresser washes your hair. Use warm or cold water on the strands, do a gentle massage with the shampoo all over the surface of the scalp and wait for the conditioner to act on the wicks are just some essential tips to wash your hair the right way. Want to learn more to try copying them at home? That's easy!
Washing the hair too much removes the natural oil from the scalp, causing the rebound effect: the root becomes even more oily
Regulate water temperature
It should be warm or cold, never too hot: excessive heat contributes to the dryness of the wires.
Save on shampoo
The equivalent of 1/4 of the palm of your hand is enough for all hair. To keep the wires from getting heavy, use it only once.
Massage with kindness
With circular movements, apply the shampoo for approximately 20 seconds. Let it drain to length and ends.
Attention to conditioner
Unlike shampoo, the conditioner should be applied only in length and tips. Let him act on his hair for five to seven minutes.
Remember, less is more
The amount equivalent to a teaspoon is ok for short threads. For medium and long, a dessert spoon is enough.
Rinse your hair well
Make sure that all the residue has been disposed of. Give one last rinse with cold water: the thermal shock gives more brightness!
Activate root circulation
Still in the bath, use a comb to untangle the wicks carefully, always from the tips to the center of the length.