COVID-19 has affected many things, including our ability to visit the salon as often as we wanted. But this doesn’t mean your hair shouldn’t still get the nourishment it needs. What can you do to keep your hair healthy without breaking the bank? Here are a few tips:
- Wash your hair
No, you don’t need to be a pro before giving your hair the cleansing wash it needs. This helps you to avoid the discomfort of dandruff, itchiness, etc. Conditioning your hair regularly also keeps it feeling fresh while leaving your hair with a sweet fragrance you’ll love. Especially in our hot climate, washing your hair often also helps soothe your scalp and get rid of any sweat or unpleasant smell. Are you wondering how often you should do this? Experts recommend at least twice a week, as washing your hair excessively, for example, every single day could cause your scalp to become dry and lead to gradual hair loss. With our natural hair oils range, you can now keep your hair moisturized after a good wash and give it a great texture.
2. Have a regular haircare routine
Consistency and discipline are essential in good haircare. How often do you oil your hair or detangle it? Basic routines help keep your hair in good condition and prevents any damage. For instance, you can decide that you’ll take your time every morning to detangle your hair, to prevent it from ending up in knots or becoming difficult to comb. Or you could commit to carefully wrapping your hair every night before going to bed. This helps to keep your hair looking neat like you just walked out of a salon! Having such a constant routine will make it easier for you to identify if something is not working for your hair and whether it needs to be changed or whether you need to add something extra to your routine.
3. Protective hairstyles
Thanks to many DIY videos and tools on platforms such as YouTube, you can easily style your hair in a way that’ll protect your tips and keep your hair from breaking. It could be a few big cornrow braids or a simple bun. All you need is a wide-tooth comb, a hairband, and some bobby pins, and you’re good to go. Bear in mind that you shouldn’t tie your hair too tightly, as this can make your hair break or even cause your scalp to hurt.
4. Stay hydrated
Yep, drinking lots of water can help keep your hair nourished too! Besides helping to keep your hair moisturized, drinking water also helps your hair maintain a healthy glow and even keeps it from breaking. So, if you were underestimating the power of water in keeping your hair healthy, now is the time to up your water game. Little drops of water indeed do make a mighty ocean. Don’t forget to eat healthy too, as your hair needs nutrients such as vitamins, zinc, and Omega 3 to grow; a balanced diet plus a healthy dose of water every day will certainly work wonders for your hair.
5. Pamper your scalp with a massage
Who said you should only reserve massages for spa days? Your scalp deserves a gentle massage too. Research shows that apart from helping you relax, massaging your scalp also helps improve its blood circulation, which in turn helps your hair grow. It’s a win-win situation! Giving yourself a scalp massage is quite easy; use your fingertips, a little hair oil, and apply gentle pressure. You can do so in circles or in up and down motions for a few minutes. This will undoubtedly leave you feeling relieved, and your hair will thank you.
Remember, the little things you do for your hair go a long way in keeping it healthy and strong. With these tips, you don’t have to worry too much about your hair; you’re on the way to keeping it nourished and full of life.
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