The Ultimate Hair Care Guide

Written by Colina Atos


Posted on November 18 2022

It’s easy to get carried away when it comes to your hair. But we’ve got you covered with our Ultimate Hair Care Guide


Identify your hair type

Knowing what type of hair you have will help you use the proper products and care for your mane. Observe whether your scalp is normal, too oily, or too dry. Is the hair damaged, split-end-ridden, frizzy, or straight? You won't be able to handle it well until you understand your hair. 


Keep all chemicals and styling products to a minimum.

No chemicals = Good Hair


Maintain a healthy scalp

This is just as crucial as every other body part. In fact, your lifestyle and eating habits have a direct impact on the health of your scalp. While regularly washing your hair is undoubtedly a beneficial practice, doing so every day can be detrimental to its quality and texture, cause your scalp to become excessively dry, and cause hair loss. However, too little cleaning can result in an oily scalp. Your exercise level, the humidity in your location, and your lifestyle should all be taken into consideration when determining how often you wash your hair. Every two to three days is absolutely right.


Shampoo & Conditioner

You need to conduct your own research to learn more about this. Try out a brand to see if it works for you; if it makes your hair shiny and full, that's excellent; if it makes it frizzy, harsh, and starts to fall out, that's not; but give it at least one week before making a decision.


Hair Spas and Treatments

There has never been a better moment for hair spa treatments if your hair has been damaged by coloring or for any other reason. These treatments have yielded results, albeit they must be repeated frequently throughout time (one sitting won't do any good). These days, salons have a ton of alternatives, and you have to try them all out to discover which one suits you.


Trim your hair often

You must frequently trim your hair in order to maintain its health. But how frequently ought you to do it? Your hair's texture and rate of growth are the only factors that matter. Wait for roughly 4 to 5 months before getting a trim if you're wanting to grow your hair longer.


Avoid using hot water to wash your hair

The most frequent error we all make is this one. What we don't realize is that hot water opens pores, weakens hair strands, causes hair to fall out directly, causes frizz, flattens hair, and leaves your scalp extremely dry. However, using cold water shuts your pores and gives gloss and luster to your hair.


The secret to maintaining fantastic hair health is to try new things, experiment, and become familiar with your body's needs. Your hair is essentially your crown, after all.