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How to Shampoo your Hair properly?

Shampoos are available in different formulas to suit all hair types and conditions. Make sure you choose one that is right for your hair and use it as often as necessary to keep your hair clean. Rinse out the shampoo thoroughly.

The selection of the right type of shampoos and hair conditioners once you have identified the type of hair you have is the most important step. If your hair is dry and rough, you must use oil. This type of hair needs regular oil massage and right type of your diet. You must have almonds, carrots etc. in larger quantity apart from applying oil externally to keep them healthy and glowing. In direct contradiction if you have oily hair you must not use oil, particularly more viscous type. At times your oily hair appear dry and broken at ends due to much of bleaching, perming, taking bath in the sea, long use of rollers etc.

Here are some Proper tips on shampooing

  • Read the instructions first. Some shampoos need to be left on the scalp for a few minutes before rinsing.
  • If you can, buy small sachets of shampoo to test which brand is most suitable for your hair.
  • Always use a product formulated for your hair type and before shampooing brush your hair to free any tangles and loosen dirt and dead skin cells.
  • Don't wash your hair in washing-up liquid, soap or other detergents - they are highly alkaline and will upset your hairs natural pH balance by stripping out the natural oils.
  • Never wash your hair in the bath - dirty bath water is not condusive to clean hait and it is difficult to rinse properly without a shower attachment or separate jug.
  • Use lukewarm water - hot water can be uncomfortable.
  • Always wash your brush and comb when you shampoo your hair.
  • Change your shampoo every now and then - hair seems to develop a resistence to certain ingredients after a perios of time.
  • Don't rub vigorously or you will stretch the hair.
  • Don't throw away a shampoo that doesn't lather. The amount of suds are determined by the active level of detergents. Some shampoo have less suds than others but this has no effect on their cleansing ability.


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