Hair Care Mistakes To Avoid

Funnily enough, most of us when attempting to give our best, often end up making things worse. This is the same when it comes to hair woes. In trying to give it the best possible treatments, sometimes invariably, we damage it further. An important thing to remember when it comes to hair care, is that different people have different types of hair. We need to work according our own individual type of hair, so we have a higher chance of a solution working. In general however, there are a few things we have to avoid at all costs, allowing us to enjoy thicker, more vibrant and strong hair as a result.

 BRUSHING

 No you are not supposed to go around with tangles in your hair, but there is a right way to brush. For starters, if you must brush, make sure you do so with a wide-toothed comb, only once you have applied some conditioners. This ensures that any tangles come off easily without snagging or breaking. If your hair is okay for it, you can even give it a light brush before showering. Hair is weak when it is wet, so trying to detangle then can result in a lot of hair loss. Though yes buy wall clock in Singapore is out there, do try to be more vigilant on your part.

 DAILY WASHING

 If you are one of those people obsessed with washing your hair every single day, stop it. Now. You have no idea just how bad this habit is for the health and condition of your scalp and hair. There are natural oils produced in your scalp that are responsible for keeping your hair nourished and healthy. Why wash them all off? Just wash every other day to begin with, since you will have a hard time reducing your routine to fewer days, at least at the start. By the end, do not exceed more than 3-4 times a week.

USE PRODUCTS SPARINGLY

 Not because you cannot afford them, but because you cannot load your hair with chemicals. If you tend to use lots of styling products that are designed for styling tools, then you need to be super careful. From your Korean shampoo for hair loss to your conditioner, mask, and straightening spray, there are probably a lot you depend on. Most make the mistake of putting on more than is needed, which, when done regularly results in poor hair. Train yourself to use only what you should, and you will soon get used to it.

 RUBBING WHEN DRYING

Again something curly-heads should not do, but also makes good sense for everyone else. Hen drying your hair, firstly, tie a t-shirt around your hair not a towel, and simply pat dry. Do not rub. You don’t not want the strands to split and cause static, which it what ends up giving you that dreaded frizzy, untamed look. Let the cloth absorb the water and then just let air work its magic. Over time, you will see that this makes a big different in daily maintenance, as well as when it comes to styling.