How can I Take Care of my Hair at Home?

How can I Take Care of my Hair at Home?

In a world where the worst of us have left no stone unturned to turn our environment into a bubble of waste, pollution, and airborne filth, protecting our bodies from all this is even more difficult now than ever. A big part of looking good is up to our hair. The face, or rather, the head is literally what a person first notices about someone when they’re about to engage in conversation with them. In this article, we will explain to you how to Hair care at home.

No matter how flashy your clothes look, or your accent is, if your hair is all over the place, it will leave a gnarly impression on people. You don’t want that, especially in the corporate world where looks matter. If you don’t know where to start when chalking up a hair care routine, fret do not! We’re here to sprinkle some hair care routine tips that are sure to bring you back into the game and get your next professional, or casual, interaction one where you’re the center of attention.

How can I Cleanse my Hair?

Let’s start with the first base of any Hair Care routine; cleansing. There is a method to wash your hair. It’s not all just standing under the shower and hoping it all goes well. The proper way to do it is to use cold or lukewarm water to wash your hair. Don’t take your chances with hot water because it has the potential to hurt them.

Next, use your fingertips rather than your fingernails to lather through your scalp. The fingernails will only razor through your hair, making them more prone to breakage. With your fingertips, you’ll be dislodging stubborn dirt, grease, and dead skin and having it washed off with the water.

Condition & Moisturize

Once you’re done shampooing your head, then comes the fun stuff. Use a conditioner on your hair to replenish the moisture lost because of the shampoo. FYI, shampoos are kamikazes. They clean your hair but also get rid of the good stuff. Therefore, it is essential to regain it with the appropriate products. Conditioners also help get rid of knots and tangles that may have formed because of the shampooing bit.

Conditioning Tips

  • Squeeze out excess water before applying your conditioner. Once it is applied though, make sure to leave it on for a few minutes.
  • Use a wide-toothed hairbrush if you are positive your fingernails will get in the way of combing through your hair. The brush will substitute for your fingers and apply the conditioner evenly to all your hair tendrils.
  • More is less. Don’t apply lots of conditioners. Make do with a small amount and apply it everywhere with the help of a little bit of water.

What Helps Extremely Knotty Hair?

Chances are that there’s going to be a good bit of tangles in your hair even after our above two steps. The best way to deal with them is to leave in a minuscule amount of conditioner. Special leave-in conditioners help with this, so go ahead and invest in one. These conditioners are to be applied to the hair at the very end of your bath. You can spray them, from an arm’s length, directly onto your scalp or your towel and then gently rub them onto your hair. Whichever method works best for you.

Ideally, you’d want a YouTube video showcasing our tips playing on your phone as you get practical with our steps. It can become a major hassle if you miss/mess up even one step because of a bad internet connection since then you’d probably have to do the entire thing all over again.

Prime & Style

Take care not to expose your hair to a blow dryer, curling tool, or straightener right off the bath after a bath. Being hasty with your hair can lead to breakage and you must prime them before going in for the styling bit. Heating tools can prove to be harmful to your hair, thus try using a heat protectant beforehand.

A lightweight styling primer is our next recommendation as it helps prepare your hair for high temperatures and gives it a slick look. Plus, it also helps prevent frizz. A crucial point for those of you who’d like to maintain a sleek, proper look for the office.

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