Choosing shampoo is really important, it should be something that gentle. If you have natural hair then you don’t need to worry about keeping color or waves on your hair, you just need a sulfate-free shampoo. Other hands, if your hair is altered by chemicals to straighten, color, or curl then you need more than that to make your hair ideal.
Someone may ask “Why sulfate-free?” “What will happen if I use a sulfate shampoo?” Okay, let me show you. Everybody know that sulfate can work really well in cleaning your scalp, removing dirt from your hair, but this strong effect can harm your hair also, sulfate causes the loss of essential oils on your hair so that your scalp will produce more oils than usual and you have to wash your hair every day if don’t want dandruff to fall down every time smoothing your hair.
And sulfate can strip colors too so don’t ever use it if you want your hair to stay with the perfect color that you paid a lot to own.
After washing your hair with shampoo, you gonna apply conditioner then rinse it off with clean water, right?
Let me show you how to get a luxury haircare right at your home! The key to this method is your patience because it needs more time than usual.
Right after cleaning your hair with the sulfate-free shampoo as I mentioned, rinse off and use a towel to dry it, then take generous amounts of conditioner and spread it evenly on the ends and the middle of your hair, don’t apply it to your scalp.
*Small tip: Use a wide-tooth comb and run it gently from the roots to the ends, it helps the conditioner reaches everywhere and detangle your hair
Now roll your hair and leave the conditioner to stay there for about 60 minutes, rinse them all with cold water, and enjoy the very silky hair ever!
One more thing, don’t forget to use the wide-tooth comb. Wet hair is very sensitive because they are fragile and prone to breakage, so they need to be pampered, run the comb as gently as possible.
If you’re having trouble with Greasy Hair, Flaky Scalp, or Dandruff, I bet you didn’t care for your scalp at all, right?
The scalp is skin too, so if you take your time to care for your face, your body, why don’t you take notice of your scalp?
All your scalp need is to be exfoliated and moisturized:
• Exfoliating: Once – twice a month, use a suitable exfoliating scrub for the scalp, gently massage in about 3 – 5 minutes, after that clean your hair with shampoo as usual (if you have eczema or psoriasis on your scalp, skip this part).
Homemade scalp exfoliating: Mix well 2 tablespoons brown sugar + 2 tablespoons finely ground oatmeal + 2 tablespoons hair conditioner.
• Moisturizing: Once – twice a week, dampen your hair, apply your scalp moisturizer directly on the scalp, cover your hair with a shower cap and leave it for 30 minutes, then rinse out with cool or warm water, don’t forget to use a gentle shampoo.
Homemade scalp moisturizer: Mash a ripe avocado + 2 tablespoons of olive oil/argan oil + 1 teaspoon of honey, mix well