What Is the Best Hair Care Routine?

When I decided to write about this topic, I wondered if there actually is a best hair care routine. And I’m still not sure. I mean, we all start our hair care routines with washing hair, using shampoos, and using conditioners after. You surely know that, without conditioners, we couldn’t brush hair and it wouldn’t feel nice and soft. But, is that enough? What should we do with other hair problems? Can we solve them with these two simple steps?

What About Frizz?

Are you dealing with frizz? Cause, I know I do. My hair just goes wild. It’s been a while now since I found some great hair products to help me deal with frizz. Experts say that frizzy hair is commonly dry hair. The best way to deal with it is to use gentle shampoos and products that will hydrate your hair. We had a few articles/reviews about John Frieda’s products from the Frizz collection (John Frieda Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Crème Serum and John Frieda Frizz Ease Extra Strength 6 Effects + Serum Review). These are absolutely worth every penny.

What Is the Best Hair Care Routine?

How to Choose Right Products for Your Hair?

It is really important to use the correct products for your hair type. Is it curly, straight or wavy? Colored or not? Is it dry? Also, when buying hair products, always read the ingredient list. Make sure you have time for that when you go shopping. You don’t want to buy something that is too strong for your hair and harm it. You should avoid products that contain silicone, synthetic fragrance, proteins, isopropyl alcohol, sodium laurel, etc.

What Is the Best Hair Care Routine?

Simple Home Hair Care Tips

Yes, I know that all the tips we’ve mentioned above are the ones that you do at home. But, what do you do with your hair when you go to bed? Do you brush it regularly? Here are some tips that I found really useful and that are working for me: First of all, before I go to bed, I brush my hair gently. Always starting from the ends, because that way you won’t damage or break your hair. The next step is making a braid. It is simple, fast and it keeps your hair in place. Don’t make it too tight, you don’t want to wake up with a headache.

Also, it is important to brush your hair regularly. Why? Because it makes your hair feel soft, it takes off dirt from it and it definitely help it look neat!

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