Simple Steps to a Healthy Hair Treatment
Perfect scheduling of your hair care procedures is very important for healthy treatment of your hair. It is very important to match correct timing and ideal products in order to receive perfect result and have healthy, strong, and silky locks.
According to “Chicpin.com” website, the key to achieving great healthy locks is designing your personal hair treatment program. By doing this you will achieve great results in less time. You will have healthy hair and good mood.
So, let’s start. Make sure to include all of the following to achieve the best results. Remember that hard work brings double profit.
Section 1: Hair Washing
Though all of us wash their hair, many of us do it in a wrong way. This of course cant benefit to the health of your hair.
To wash the hair correctly you should apply small amount of shampoo to your hair. Massage your hair gently until you form the foam hat around your head. Rinse the hair with warm water. Then rinse again for a minute only with the mildly hot water. It opens up the cuticle of the hair to help the conditioner absorb.
You should wash your hair 3 times a week at least. If you can manage it, make hair washing your daily routine. By doing so you ensure cleanness of your hair that is the first step to its health.
Section 2: Hair Conditioning
This section of hair treatment is usually omitted by the greatest part of people. But it is wrong. Conditioners were made to let you easily comb your hair, protect hair from frizz or pulling during the blowdrying and combing.
To apply conditioner follow these steps:
After washing out shampoo with warm and hot water, squeeze as much moisture out of the hair as possible;
- Apply small amount of the conditioner on the hair and spread it along the hair length;
- Put on the shower cap to avoid loose of the conditioner through dripping, and leave for 5 min;
- Rinse the hair with the warm water and then with the cold water;
- Squeeze the moisture, wrap the head with the towel for a minute or two;
- Remove the towel and apply leave-in conditioner, spread it along the hair length;
- Let your hair air dry or make a blow drying.
Section 3: Hair Masks and Serums
Hair masks and serums are usually applied with, or instead of the conditioner. They are used to eliminate frizz, add volume, or improve state of hair health.
To apply hair mask/serum follow these steps:
- Wash your hair and towel dry it;
- Apply conditioner, if needed;
- Apply hair mask/serum and comb hair from roots to tips to distribute the product;
- Twist your hair on the back and put a shower cap;
- Cover your head with the towel and leave for the recommended time;
- Rinse the hair and let it air dry.
Section 4: Blow Drying
Blow drying is very important in hair care schedule because it is one of the most used procedures in our everyday hair care routine.
So, what you should and what you shouldn’t do when or if blow drying the hair:
- You shouldn’t blow dry your hair every day. Establish blow-dry-free days for your hair. It will most certainly thank you for this.
- You should towel dry your hair completely before blow drying.
- You shouldn’t blow dry soaky wet hair. Remove moisture first, and then switch to a cool setting to lock in shape and curl.
- You should dry the bottom part of the hair first because otherwise you may have damp hair underneath of the over dried one.
- You shouldn’t bring blow dryer closer than feet to your hair, or you will over dry the scalp.
Section 5: Styling
Styling is one of the essential parts of the hair treatment when we speak about our overall image. By styling I mean applying of the styling products and creating some shape of your hair. It includes straightening, curling, updoing, plaiting, braiding, and so on.
Styling shouldnt be done everyday, as it is most harmful for our hair. Your hair needs the same days off as with the blow drying.
Be careful with applying hot tools like straightening or curling irons. Take care to follow all instructions and use recommended temperature set.
Styling products like mousse or wax should be washed out before going to sleep, or in the morning you will have the most dreadful tangles youve ever seen.
Section 6: Cutting
Haircuts are essential for every one with no regard to the length of hair. Moreover, the longer the hair the more important it is to trim the ends regularly.
If you have a haircut, you need fresh-ups according to the following pattern:
3-4 weeks for short haircuts;
5-6 weeks for medium haircuts;
6-7 weeks for long haircuts.
This schedule will ensure that you will be able to create perfect healthy, smooth, and silky hairstyle. From now on, forget about bad hair days.