Winter… Be it the host of the wedding and festive season, but at the same time, the cool winds and the drop in temperature make us suffer from myriads of skin and hair issues. Winter demands extra attention when it comes to hair as the chances of dullness get higher. But as it is the most celebrated season you need to make sure you are following a proper hair care regime to own those lustrous locks.
EeYuva lists some ways to get glossy hair in this chilling season… Have a look!
Oiling The Tresses
Hair oils are key to long, lustrous, shiny hair with enviable texture. It is an integral part of traditional Indian lifestyle and generations of women have relied on the natural benefits of oil to keep their hair strong and healthy.
Warm hair oil and massage into the scalp to nourish and strengthen roots, as well as improve blood circulation.
How To Choose A Shampoo?
Use a clarifying shampoo (not recommended for coloured hair) but not too often. Between the products we apply, the oils we secrete and the dirt and grime we pick up in our everyday lives our hair sometimes need a little extra help in cleansing. That's when clarifying shampoos clean out all that unwanted stuff and leave your hair looking fresh and new.
Choose a shampoo and conditioner formulated especially for your scalp and hair type. If possible we recommend getting a personalized hair and scalp diagnosis by hair experts at a nearby salon.
Use natural, gentle hair cleansers and conditioners to remove product build-up without stripping the scalp off its natural oils.
Use products that contain oils which will make your hair look shiny and improve texture and smooth the frizz. Products containing oils infuse your hair with moisture, prevent split ends and improve strength and smoothness of your hair over time.
How Frequently You Should Wash Your Hair?
Washing your hair too frequently can strip it of its essential oils. Make sure you condition your hair every time you shampoo. Condition your hair from mid-length to ends and rinse well.
Dry your hair by squeezing it gently without towel rubbing it vigorously which causes breakage and strips away shine. Don't blow dry your hair when its dripping wet.
What To Do With Those Flyaways?
For a quick fix, take two to three drops of organic coconut/sesame oil and apply to damp hair to tame flyaways and give it a shine.
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