As a woman you are probably busy with daily care of your look and sure, it is our job by the way. If you think about keep your hair healthy and shiny at home conditions and on the easiest way than probably you will find some useful tips in these article.
Here we have made a list of 7 totally ingenious hacks that will change your beauty routine ever. The daily struggles when it comes about hair care will be past. Take a look below and enjoy!
1.Baby hairs have never looked better.
2.Reverse Hair Washing…Have We Been Washing Our Hair Wrong?
So how do you do this?
- You want to make sure that you get your hair completely wet.
- Disperse the conditioner throughout your hair.
- Keep it in your hair for a few minutes. So, I recommend doing this in the shower, when you can go and shave your legs, etc.
- After about 5 minutes, you want to apply the shampoo, WITH THE CONDITIONER STILL in your hair. The shampoo is what helps to remove the conditioner.
- Wash and rinse as normal.
3.How to Keep Your Hair Healthy
Brush as Little as Possible – I rarely brush my hair. I know brushing stimulates hair growth, but at the same time, it also promotes possible breakage. The times I brush my hair are at the end of blow-drying (once it’s mostly dry) just to smooth things out and then in the morning when I’m going to style my hair. There’s really no need to brush more often.
Never Brush Hair when Wet – This is a big no-no. When your hair is wet try to use a wide-toothed comb in order to prevent breakage. Never use a brush on wet hair or you will see more breakage.
Don’t Wash Your Hair Every Day – I used to be an every day hair washer, and there are times when I’m working out hardcore every day that I need to wash on a daily basis, but for the most part, I try to keep my hair-washes 2-3 days apart. Your hair will produce the healthy oils it needs in order to stay moisturized, but if you’re washing it every day, it doesn’t have time to work its way to the ends unless your scalp produces a high amount of oil. The longer, thicker, curlier, and more processed your hair is, the longer you can go in between washes.
4.How Often You Should Wash Your Hair Depending on Your Hair Type
For Medium Hair: For in between hair texture, washing hair 2-3 times a week typically works. Your hair is not accumulating as much oil as finer hair, but isn’t hiding oil as much as thicker hair does. Try as best as possible to not wash your hair every day.
For Thick Hair: For girls with voluminous or curly hair, shampooing shouldn’t be your biggest worry. Because of your hair type, the strands of your hair will most likely be able to avoid oil build up because it takes a while for oil from the scalp to travel down the stands of thick hair. It’s not exactly crazy to wash your hair once a week, thick haired ladies.
For Natural Hair: If your hair is in its natural state, constant shampooing might not be what you need. Instead, adopt the “co-wash” method. This is the process of supplementing your shampoo for conditioner only. Constant shampooing can dry out the hair, but conditioner keeps it clean without that effect. There are also several cleansing shampoos created just for this purpose — to cleanse and moisturize the hair without drying it out.
5.Never Shampoo Again! How to Wash Your Hair Using the No Poo Method
The No Poo Method is a way of washing your hair without shampoo.
There are various ways to No Poo, but the most popular is to use baking soda and a vinegar rinse.
6.How To Get Rid Of Build Up Hair
You need : baking soda (1/3 cup ) and 4 T water.
- Mix together these two ingredients until it becomes a pulp.
- Take a small amount of the mixture and massage it into your hair. It’s advisable to start with the ends of your hair and until the top.
- Keep the mixture into your hair for at least 10-15 minutes and then wash your hair as you usually do.
7.How To Save Your Hair From Hard Water Damage
- In a wash bowl mix warm tap water with apple cider vinegar. I use about 100 ml of ACV to 1 liter of water (1:10 ratio). You don’t need exact measurements – I just eyeball it. This is a good ratio to start with and it definitely works for me, but you can adjust it to your needs – feel free to experiment!
- Soak your hair in the ACV water for 1-2 minutes and make sure it reaches your scalp too. Throw the water and make a new one – keep it close, you’ll need it soon!
- Shampoo like you usually do and rinse with tap water. Dip your hair in the fresh ACV water once more and then squeeze out the excess if you have long hair. Towel dry it if you’re about to apply a hair mask.
- Throw the water and prepare a new one – I promise, it’s the last time! Condition your hair, using your favorite conditioner or hair mask – rinse with tap water.
- For the last step (thank God, right?), soak your hair in the vinegar water like you did before and that’s it. Then you can do your regular hair drying/styling routine. Just don’t rinse out the ACV water – think of it as a leave-in conditioner.