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Washing your hair is simple, but lots of people make mistakes that damage your hair.
Here are six of the top ones to avoid, via Seventeen.
Washing your hair every day
Your hair looks its very best when the natural oils reach the tips of the hair. That means you should only shampoo every second or third day. If your roots get greasy, use dry shampoo.
Switching up products a lot
Some people think you should change hair products a lot because your hair gets used to a certain kind. But that’s not true. You should just stick to the things that work for you. If your products have lots of wax in them, you may want to use clarifying shampoo once every two or three weeks to get all the residue out.
Using too much shampoo or conditioner
With shampoo, focus on your scalp. With conditioner, go from the middle to the ends of your hair because your ends need more moisture. You don’t need to work product through your whole head.
To get shiny hair, use conditioner to keep your hair in tip-top shape every time you wash it. You can even use conditioner without shampoo, which can be harsh on your hair.
Running a super hot shower
To keep your hair super shiny, you should wash it with warm water and finish with cold to lock in the moisture. If you really hate cold water, use apple cinder vinegar (1 part vinegar to 2 parts water) after you wash and condition your hair.
Rising your hair too much
If you dye your hair, you won’t want to rinse your hair too often, because it will mean the color washes out faster. You should also rinse with cool water to help color stay in longer too.
Source: Seventeen & WAMBIE
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