Best hair care tips from the professionals

When you try your best to style or get this or that hair texture, and spend a lot of money on special products and masks, but nothing gives the desired result, you finally realize that everything you’ve been doing is completely wrong!

Let’s face it, your hair has a “mind of its own” so to speak, and does whatever it wants on a daily basis. And, I’m sure there are days when you feel like your hair is completely out of control. But there is one way to show your hair who’s boss and get control!

Best hair care tips


And that’s through a proper hair care routine.

Note, I’m not telling you to completely overhaul your current hair care routine and buy all new hair products. But there are some simple tips and tricks you can follow that will lead to a significant improvement in your hair in just a few days.

So, let’s check them out!

1. Hair Washing Tips.

You’re probably thinking I’m bad, since I’m assuming you’ve been washing your hair the wrong way your whole life. But, there are actually a few things you might do wrong in the shower that limit your hair from looking its best.

So, let’s take a look at some tips you can try:


Best hair care tips from the professionals

Best hair care tips from the professionals

Lubricate your hair with oil:

Applying oil to your hair before washing your hair is probably the best thing you can do for your hair. Rub a little coconut, olive or almond oil into your hair and scalp an hour before you shower.

Use lukewarm or cool water:

Hot water can damage your hair in the same way that heat from styling tools can – by dehydrating your hair and creating split ends. So always wash your hair with warm or cold water to close the hair cuticles and retain moisture in your hair.

Dilute your shampoo:

We all tend to use 2-3 presses of the shampoo bulb when washing our hair. But the harsh truth is that shampoo rinses your hair with its natural oils, leaving your hair dry. To prevent this from happening, dilute 1-2 squeezes of the shampoo pump in half a cup of water, then use it to wash your hair.

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