You love your hair very much, especially after you leave the hairdresser or when you have worked for hours and applied a lot of things. All these stages can actually produce a lot of results, even if your hair looks good at the end. Women do a lot to maintain and care for their skin on a daily basis, but they do not take enough care to keep their hair healthy.
Too much styling and coloring; can lead to volume loss, breakage, dullness, and split ends. And you are entering a vicious cycle because the hair is growing thinner and weaker. Then it gets traded again and gets weaker.
Your hair may not look bad, but you can do something to make them look shinier, stronger, and healthier. In this article, you will be aware of methods that will create a detox effect on your hair.
According to popular wisdom, shampoo should be used less often for healthier hair. But if your hair is oily, dull, or dull, you'll want to wash it regularly, even every day.
A clean scalp is essential for hair health and growth. Hair follicles on the scalp, just like the pores on your face; It can become clogged with dirt, oil, and product buildup.
Use shampoos containing selenium sulfide, salicylic acid, or pyrithione zinc to remove dead skin and scalp oil, dirt. Instead of rubbing it on your head just like that, from your forehead to the nape of the neck, paying attention to the application on the back of the ears, foam in a lather, and wash your hair and skin for a while. The hair on the nape is thicker, so sweat builds up, gets greasy, and often needs more cleaning.
Hot tools may look innocent, but using them every day weakens and dries the hair, causing breakage and dullness. When women are perfecting their hair with a straightener or curling iron, the biggest damage often happens in the last minutes of styling. Always use a heat protectant spray first. Keep the heat setting moderate; Multiple transitions in heat level can scorch and brown hair. To wave your hair, instead of dealing with tools, wrap it in moist curlers and blow-dry at medium heat and remove the curlers. Gorgeous result: You have shinier and smoother hair and waves! Or, after washing your hair at night, braid your slightly damp hair, and go to sleep, you can go out with hair that looks nice and unworked when you wake up.
A pre-shampoo treatment is needed to restore broken and wrinkled hair, so to speak. Use products that have been taxed with nourishing oils that moisturize the hair and relieve them from vulnerability. At least once a week, treat dry hair with oils or oil-containing care products, wait 15 minutes and wash with shampoo.
Opt for those with essential oils like chamomile (to add shine), coconut (to soften), geranium (to strengthen), and argan (to moisturize). If you want to use a cosmetic product, definitely choose one with natural oils.
It consists of hair cuticles, keratin, and protein cells. Hair; It works to create a waterproof and airtight barrier around its cortex (root). This cuticle; If damaged by heat, color, or UV rays, it remains vulnerable to problems due to the cortex not being a shield. Use a preventive deep treatment product every week. Apply to freshly washed hair from scalp to ends and leave on for 10 to 30 minutes; Longer hair typically needs more time because they are older and likely damaged more. Then wash it off with lukewarm water, remove from protective oils that act as a natural conditioner, and dehumidify your hair.
Damage is inevitable from the ammonia or peroxide used in most hair dyes. Research has shown that; As a result of the bleaching of the hair, the hair becomes 60% weaker. If your hair is dyed, deeply refine it twice a week. Experts recommend that you have as natural shade as possible. Hair quality improves when you do not dye your hair. If you are going to paint, use organic and ammonia-free dyes and choose a color that is close to your natural tone. If your hair is black, dyeing it blonde will kill the hair. Never treat your hair with hydrogen peroxide etc. Do not open it with hair openers. Try to change the tone slowly.
Sodium bicarbonate is an outstanding cleanser and an excellent cleanser that gently removes product build-up. Add a tablespoon to a few pumps of shampoo, apply the mixture targeting the roots of the hair and rinse. Say hello to your gorgeous and clean hair!
Olive oil contains fatty acids that coat the hair, moisturizing, and protecting against damage. Heat a tablespoon of olive oil in the microwave until it becomes lukewarm (approximately 10 to 15 seconds). Test with a finger. Then apply it to dry hair and wear a shower cap for extra absorption. Leave it on for 20 minutes, wash as usual with lukewarm water and shampoo.
Eggs are full of protein and amino acids that help restore the strength, shine, and volume of the hair, and prevent the split end from aggravating and softening the hair texture. Mix 4-5 pumps of shampoo with an egg, apply and let it sit for five minutes; rinse very well.
The acetic acid contained in apple cider vinegar helps to remove product residue and oil and to shine hair naturally. Mix 2 tablespoons of vinegar with a glass of water and rinse the hair with this water after shampooing. Wait a minute or so before rinsing the hair with pure water. You will have time for the vinegar to weed out the residue. It is not recommended for those with scalp dermatitis.
Natural antifungal and antiseptic tea tree oil help eliminate bacteria and dandruff. Add a few drops to your regular shampoo, massage it into your scalp, and let it sit for 5-7 minutes before rinsing.