Hey ladies if morning preparation are getting more and more bored and nervous for you because of hard hair doing, than you definitely need to change the way you wash your hair. In spite of the great volumes of time people spend getting their locks to bounce and shine, most people put very little thought into the actual act of washing their hair. Actually the way you wash your hair has really big impact and probably you have washing your hair wrong whole time.
Bellow are seven easy steps that can help you get hair that looks more shiny and just like as you wish.
Step 1: Brush your hair before you wash it
Give your hair a thorough but gentle brushing. Brushing will stimulate circulation in your scalp while also preventing breakage
Step 2: Wet your hair and apply shampoo
Wet your hair thoroughly with warm water — avoid scalding hot water as this will dry your scalp out. Then apply a quarter-sized dollop of shampoo into your hand and begin to gently massage the shampoo into your hair.
Step 3: Massage your scalp
Most people rinse their hair once it’s fully lathered, but this is a big mistake. Before rinsing away the shampoo, be sure to give yourself a solid two-minute scalp massage
Step 4: Rinse
When you finish the 3 step now it is time to rinse all that soap and hair grime away. Be sure to use lukewarm water here and make sure you rinse thoroughly. Getting it as dry as possible before the next step is helpful too.
Step 5: Condition
Squeeze as much water out of your hair as possible. This will prevent water from over-diluting the beneficial moisturizers of the conditioner. Apply a generous dollop of conditioner to the palm of your hand, and then massage the conditioner into the mid-lengths of your hair out to the roots. This will help nourish, hydrate, and repair your hair.
Step 6: Rinse with cool water
Temperature is important because cool water will seal the outer layers, or cuticles, of your hair.
Step 7: Dry
Gently towel dry your hair, then blow-dry if need be. Blow-dry from root out to tip — this aids in keeping your cuticles tightly sealed. Never stop moving the blow-dryer and don’t dry any one spot for too long or you could risk drying out patches of your hair.