How often do you need to wash your hair? Short, long, greasy or frizzy, the ideal is to not stress it and do not overdo it with washes and treatments.
The perfect timing of hair washing is a real dilemma, especially for women who like to be always stylish and flawless. People with long hair can not wash it every day: they usually wash their hair two or three times a week. Instead, people with short hair tends to wash it every day, because they dry more quickly.
As a matter of fact, washing your hair every day is a mistake. Treatments, shampoos, and heat stress your scalp, weakening your hair and making it more fragile. Then, how can you always have beautiful, clean and bright hair? Here how and when to wash it to best protect it.
How often do you need to wash your hair?
In general, it is recommended to wash your hair twice a week, if not once. However, it depends on your type of skin and your needs. People with greasy hair can not certainly wait a week to wash it. How can you avoid damaging them?
Try and use baby powder. If you have a last-minute appointment or you do not have time to wash your hair, this remedy is perfect to make you look perfect. Sprinkle your head with baby powder and massage gently on your roots. Let sit for twenty minutes, then brush away the residue.
However, this trick works better for blondes. If you have dark hair, mix half a teaspoon of pure cocoa powder with babypowder or cornstarch and then put it on your scalp.
Is washing your hair only with water good?
Athlets or people living and working in cities inevitably feel the need to wash or refresh their hair. It would be better to wash it only with water to remove surface dirt and the heaviness caused by pollution. In this way, hair does not undergo shampoo or mask stress.
This method is ideal if you want to wash your hair every day, but not if you have it greasy. Frizzy hair also if washed frequently, as it will weaken even more. Therefore, you can wash your hair without shampoo twice a week, alternating it to the classic shampoo-and-conditioner washings.
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Nicoletta Chiara Romano