Secrets of your hair care routine

Hair has always been an important attribute of appearance. Hair care helps us look better, feel confident, and catch the eye. 

In this article, we'll go over the basic steps of hair care and give you useful tips for achieving healthy and beautiful-looking hair.

General recommendations

1. Washing your hair thoroughly:

Washing your hair properly is a key step in hair care. Choose a shampoo and conditioner that is best for your hair type. Remember that too much shampoo can dry out your hair, so follow the recommendations on the package. 

Life hack: If your hair is dry at the ends, but your scalp is prone to oily, apply a conditioner to the lengths before washing, so the shampoo will not dry out your ends and thoroughly cleanse the skin of sebum.

If you have a dry scalp type, we recommend trying organic hair cosmetics, which contain fewer surfactants and are environmentally friendly.

2. Wet hair:

After washing, never rub your hair roughly with a towel. Instead, soak up excess water by pressing the towel into your hair. This way you prevent hair damage and split ends. Also, do not wear a towel turban for too long, as this can also lead to brittle hair as the towel absorbs excess moisture that should have remained in the hair.

3. Use of conditioner:

Applying the conditioner after washing will help detangle the hair and make it more manageable. Carefully apply the conditioner to the entire length of the hair, avoiding the roots to prevent excessive oiliness of the scalp.

4. Water temperature:

Washing your hair with hot water can dry it out. It is recommended to use cool or warm water to prevent damage to the hair. You can also rinse your hair with cool water for extra shine, which will make the scales stick together more closely, giving your hair a shiny, smooth finish.

5. Use of organic hair cosmetics:

Oils such as coconut, olive, or argan oil can be great helpers in hair care. They nourish and strengthen hair, making it shiny and soft. Look for them in the first places in the composition of cosmetics.

6. Avoid frequent coloring:

Frequent hair coloring can lead to hair damage. Choose natural cosmetics for hair coloring, or reduce the number of coloring procedures.

7. Proper nutrition:

A good diet plays an important role in hair health. Include plenty of fruits, vegetables, proteins, and omega-3 fatty acids in your diet to support healthy hair from the inside out.

8. Regular haircuts:

If you have a problem with split ends or breakage, you shouldn't skip a visit to the hairdresser. Regular visits to the hairdresser will help you keep your hair looking well-groomed.

9. Protection against harmful factors:

Use products to protect your hair from ultraviolet radiation, heat treatment and other negative effects. Today, we have many products that you can choose based on your hair type, so don't be afraid to experiment, or ask your hairdresser, he will help you choose the best option for you.

Determination of hair type:
Determination of hair type:

First of all, you need to determine your hair and scalp type - this is an important step in choosing the right products and care routine. 

Here are a few steps to help you determine your hair and scalp type:

Hair thickness: Consider your hair.

  • If the hairs look thin and transparent, you have thin hair.

For this type of hair, you shouldn't choose highly nourishing products, or products that weigh it down and contain heavy oils or silicons. It's better to choose shampoos and conditioners to add volume. You can also use additional products to create root volume

For this type of hair, you can use lightweight moisturizing masks and oils that will moisturize and fill the hair without additional weighting.

  • If the hairs are thicker and harder feeling, you have thick hair. Hair can also be of medium thickness.

For heavy and thick hair, it's better not to choose volume products to avoid drying it out unnecessarily. Shampoos and conditioners containing oils and light silicons that will smooth the hair scales are well suited. 

You can choose nourishing masks that will nourish the hair and help avoid overdrying and give it extra elasticity and shine.

Hair structure:

Determine whether your hair is straight, wavy, or curly. This will help you choose the products that are perfect for your hair type.

  • For straight hair

  • Use shampoos and conditioners formulated for straight hair to help keep it smooth and avoid drying and split ends.

  • Apply the conditioner along the entire length of the hair, avoiding the roots. This helps to avoid frizz and tangles and keeps hair smooth.

  • When drying your hair, keep the hair dryer at a distance and direct the airflow from top to bottom to further smooth the scales. Also, use heat protection products when drying and styling your hair to prevent heat damage.

  • Add straight hair care products such as oil or serum to your routine to help maintain smoothness and shine.

  • Straight hair is difficult to style, so if you want to curl it or get extra volume, you can try using styling products.

  • For curly hair

  • To keep your curls supple and smooth, be sure to choose shampoos, conditioners, and masks for deep moisturizing, and avoid products that contain silicons and alcohol. For curly hair, silicons are detrimental; at first, they will add shine and softness, but due to accumulation in the hair structure, over time, the curl will no longer be defined and balanced.

  • Curls should be dried naturally, so your hairstyle will look as natural and fresh as possible. If necessary, use a special diffuser to dry your hair, it distributes the air flow evenly without damaging the structure of the curl. To get the most beautiful curls possible, use styling products. Be sure to include curly hair products such as cream, leave-in, or oil in your routine.

  • Also, curly hair is often dry and prone to split ends due to its texture. Be sure to use additional, leave-in moisturizers.

Hair oiliness:

The level of hair oiliness is determined by the rate of hair sebum. 

  • If your hair looks dirty the day after washing it, you have an oily scalp.

  • If your hair remains clean long after washing, you have a dry scalp.

  • If the hair oil is evenly distributed over the entire length of the hair, it may be a combination or normal scalp type.

To care for your skin, you should use shampoos that are suitable for your scalp type because a shampoo for volume or for oily scalp will do a good job of controlling sebum, but it can harm dry scalp, which can lead to dandruff.

Also, you should add scrubs, oils, masks, and peels formulated specifically for the scalp to your hair care routine. They will help to nourish the hair from the roots and improve blood circulation, which will significantly improve hair quality and growth rate.

With an understanding of your hair and scalp type, you can choose the right care products, such as shampoos, conditioners, and oils, to meet your needs. It's best to consult a professional or use products formulated for your specific hair and scalp type to get the best results in your care.

Dyed hair

Dyed hair

Dyed hair requires special care, ranging from shampoos that will help preserve the color for the long term to special moisturizers and care products to avoid damage to the dyed hair.

Hair that has been bleached requires special care. After all, in order to extract the natural pigment from the hair, it is subjected to a special chemical treatment that opens the hair scales as much as possible. After the procedure, the hair resource decreases, it becomes more capricious and requires special care to avoid thinning and split ends. Use moisturizing and nourishing masks and light moisturizing hair oils.

Also, to preserve the popular "cold" blond, we recommend using special purple or blue shampoos and conditioners that interrupt orange and yellow shades.

Life hack: if your hair is not bleached, but you want to get a cooler shade, you can also use pigmented shampoos.

Please note that such products should not be used on a regular basis, in addition to the fact that they can oversaturate the hair with pigment, which will make it look blue, such products also dry the hair, so do not overuse them.

Care cosmetics for men's hair

Care cosmetics for men's hair

The specificity of men's hair is that it needs more thorough cleansing than women's hair, due to the higher production of sebum.

Usually, men's shampoos contain more concentrated active ingredients that contribute to better cleansing.

You don't have to worry about the possibility of hair drying out, because men visit the hairdresser much more often, so their hair has less chance of getting split ends or thinning.

If your hair is too tough, we also recommend using hair balms or products that combine several functions. They have a much lower concentration of surfactants, which will make your hair softer and more manageable.

We also advise you to pay attention to ready-made cosmetic kits for men, in which you can frequently find shampoo, gel, or styling cream.
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