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How to Wash Thick Hair
You've read how to wash hair, but that probably didn't work with thick hair very well. This article will help you wash thick hair to perfection!
Wet hair with warm water, make sure it is soaking wet.
Use a quarter sized dollop of shampoo.Start from the back and work your way to the front. Try not to pile your hair on top of your head when washing, as this can cause tangles and knots.
Rinse completely until your hair has no shampoo left.If you noticed the first time your hair didn't really lather that well, it was because you used either too little shampoo or your hair is needing another shampooing. Try not to get too much lather, this dries out your hair.
Squirt conditioner into your palms and rub it only on the hair falling from your ears down.The conditioning is only for moisturizing and if you apply it to your scalp it will get greasy and you will have to wash it again before long.
Rinse well!! If you have frizzy, curly or wavy hair, leave a little conditioner in. This helps fight the frizz.
QuestionMy hair is short. How do I wash it?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThe same rules apply. Tilt your head backwards under the water; that is the proper way to wash your hair.Thanks!
QuestionHow many times should I wash my hair per week?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThis depends on where you live (what type of climate), what you do on a daily basis (how dirty it gets), and what type of hair you have. Typically, it is recommended to wash it every other day, so that you are not stripping it of the natural oils that it needs to stay healthy. However, if it gets dirty quickly, you may need to wash it more frequently; if it does not get dirty as often, you may be able to wash it less than once every two days.Thanks!
QuestionMy hair is very dry and rough because of overuse of shampoo. Should I change my schedule of when I use shampoo?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes. If your hair is super dry then you are either over-washing or under-moisturizing. Try washing your hair less frequently and see what happens. If this doesn't help, then you should try adding a bit more product to your hair and moisturizing in between washes. It might also help to switch what type of products you use, such as from creams to oil.Thanks!
QuestionAm I supposed to wash the ends of my hair?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou generally don't need to shampoo the ends of your hair, but you can do so once in a while if you want to.Thanks!
I have long, frizzy and dry hair so must I first put conditioner on or follow these instructions or not?
Without lather, I can't tell if the shampoo has reached my whole scalp. How can you be sure you've done the job properly with a low-lather shampoo?
What shampoo do I use on hair that is thick and oily?
Should I use one quarter sized dollop for my whole head, even if my hair feels sticky after showering?
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- It's probably not wise to shower in cold water, especially if it's in the winter. However, cold water helps reduce frizz and keeps the hair shiny, so only rinse your hair with cold water and rinse your body with warm or lukewarm water.
- Pat and squeeze hair dry with towel, never rub or shake violently, as this may lead to split ends.
- Rinse hair with cold water for high shine hair.
- Make sure to lather your scalp with shampoo.
- Don't be afraid to use volumizing shampoo, as this may give your hair the lift it needs if it is being weighed down by it's own weight.
- If you do use cold water for your hair, use a blow dryer and put it on cold air. never leave you hair soaking wet when you used cold water.
- Don't brush your hair in the shower as this will cause split ends.
- Stay away from curlers or straighteners!
- Don't wash your hair every day! This might sound weird, but washing your hair everyday strips the nourishing natural oil from your hair, making it prone to damage and frizz. This doesn't mean you can't shower every day, just tie you hair in a bun and pop a shower cap over it.
- Take your main shower with warm/lukewarm water then rinse with cold water.
- When brushing wet, thick hair, don't attack it. Slowly work your way up, as this will reduce the amount of knots.
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Date: 05.12.2018, 17:54 / Views: 71584