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If someone were to ask you if you know how to wash your hair, you'd probably tap your forehead in confusion and become offended. For God's sake! After all, everyone can wash their hair. It's not something you have to learn. It's the same as if you had to say whether you could eat a roll.


Hard though it is to believe, just like brushing your teeth, washing your hair is not done correctly by most people. And the result is that they then needlessly solve problems that would not have arisen if they had followed a few simple rules.

The first is undoubtedly to use the right cosmetics. Choose products that match your hair type and the problem you are dealing with. It is important to know if your hair is greasy, dry, coloured, damaged, fine, etc. It is definitely not a great idea to wash your hair with whatever comes to hand – such as shower gel or ordinary soap. The fact that the gel foams and smells nice on the body does not mean that it will do a good job in your hair. Often it ends in tears and you have to deal with dull and dry hair or itchy scalp, and quite unnecessarily. At the same time, all that is needed is to choose the right shampoo, which not only cleans the skin perfectly, but also repairs it and gives a shine to the hair. That's already worth moving another bottle into the shower, don't you think?

The second (and no less important!) thing is patience. You know how it is - you realise you absolutely need to wash your hair. So you run into the bathroom, wet your hair quickly, spray a load of shampoo on your head, create bubbles, rinse and, voila. A procedure taking at most half a minute. Nothing against it, if it suits you that way, because you have hair like a hedgehog. However, with such an approach, most people would sooner or later start to have to deal with some kind of hair ailment and search drugstore shelves for suitable products. Often unnecessarily. It is enough to pay a little attention to the hair. It will pay off handsomely on your beautiful mane, you'll see! So how should you proceed?

1. brush your hair well. It won’t then tangle during washing. And if you use styling products, this step will get most of them out of your hair.

2. wet your hair thoroughly. This will wash away dirt and hair product residues before shampooing. The water will open up the hair and the shampoo will work much better. Do not underestimate this step and calmly rinse your tresses mane with pleasantly warm water for 1-2 minutes.

3. it's shampoo time! First, apply the shampoo to your palm. Do not overdo it as a level teaspoon is enough. Spread the shampoo on your palms and try to apply it evenly to your hair. Massage the scalp with the pads of your fingers. If you feel that the shampoo is not foaming enough, add a little water. However you should keep in mind that the foam itself is not needed for washing at all. Some shampoos foam minimally or not at all, without this having any negative effect on their cleansing ability.


4. thoroughly rinse the shampoo from the hair. It is really important that you manage to wash the shampoo out of your hair without leaving any residue. Otherwise, you could also end up with dandruff or irritation.

5. apply a hair mask if your hair needs it. It is generally believed that the mask replaces the conditioner or should be used only after it. But that's nonsense. The mask follows immediately after the shampoo, because the hair is "opened up" after washing and thus easily accepts additional care.

6. before applying conditioner, gently squeeze excess water from your hair with your hands. Scrubbing with a towel is strictly prohibited! Wet hair is fragile and prone to damage.

7. put the conditioner in the palm of your hand and rub it into the length and ends of your hair. There is no point in applying conditioner to the scalp, as the hair will be sufficiently lubricated there. There is no need to help it with conditioner and burden it unnecessarily. While the conditioner is at work, you can gently comb your hair with your fingers.

8. After a few minutes, rinse the conditioner thoroughly from your hair. In no case should you skip this step (perhaps to make your hair remain scented for longer). The conditioner must be completely removed from the hair, otherwise it will start to be greasy and the hairstyle will be limp and without volume.

9. we have reached the finals! After rinsing all the cosmetics from your hair, squeeze out the excess water again. Be gentle, you don't want to mess it up in the final stretch! Then wrap the hair in a towel to absorb the rest of the moisture (for a maximum of 10 minutes, so that the hair does not steam). Never, EVER towel dry your hair! You would break it unnecessarily, the ends would start splitting, and the only solution would be some nice sharp scissors. And you don't want that!