A shock of thick, shiny, silky hair is a girl's dream and pride. However, nature does not provide such a decoration for every girl. If you properly care for your hair, you can easily become the owner of a shock of soft, delicate, beautiful and pliable hair when styling.
Uncombed hair must not be washed
Even combed hair gets tangled up willy-nilly when washed. If they have not been previously combed, then you run the risk of becoming the owner of the "crow's nest" on your head. When combing it, you run the risk of tearing out or damaging the hair follicle.
Do not squeeze shampoo directly onto your hair
Shampoo has the ability to cleanse the hair about everything that is on it, including a special lipid film that envelops the hair and protects it from damage. Shampoo applied directly to the hair will destroy about 80% of this film, and the hair will be left without its natural protection. If this rule is systematically violated, this water-lipid film will cease to form at all, which will cause thinning and profuse hair loss.
Do not start washing your hair from the ends.
The lipid film at the tips is thinner and degrades faster than at the roots. To begin with, massage the hair at the roots, this will remove dust and grease from the hair. Then lower yourself a little to the ends.
Do not pour shampoo on dry hair
The shampoo should be applied to damp hair, it will be easier to distribute through the hair.
Do not rub your hair against each other while washing
If you do this, you have a chance to damage the hair shaft, which can subsequently lead to hair loss.
Wet hair must not be combed
Wet hair is much easier to deform and break. The bulbs on the steamed scalp weaken and the hair falls out more easily when combed.
You can't use one shampoo for a long time
One shampoo can be used from 2-3 weeks to 2 months, depending on the properties of the hair.
You can't wash your hair with soap
Some soaps can be harmful to both the scalp and hair.
Do not scratch your scalp with your nails when washing your hair.
Rinse your hair with light massage movements, taking care not to damage the scalp with your nails, because even a small scratch gives a chance for dandruff.
Do not rinse your hair with either very hot or very cold water
The higher the fat content of the hair, the lower the water temperature should be. The most favorable temperature is 35-45 ° C.