Best Shower Tips To Keep Your Hair Healthy

Here’s how it goes with most women – they learn a certain way of washing their hair when they were kids and never make changes to this routine even after growing up. In fact, I’m guilty of doing this too. Though there is nothing inherently wrong with sticking to a particular hair washing routine, the problem begins when it actually starts damaging your hair. You may think that you have split ends or are experiencing hair fall because there’s something wrong with the products you are using and change them out – only to see the problems persist. What you need to do is make a few changes in your hair washing and drying routine to see an improvement in your hair within a few weeks. So, here are the best shower tips that you can follow to keep your hair healthy and happy!

1. Tips For Shampooing



2. Tips For Conditioning



3. Tips For Drying



4. Tips For Detangling


5. Some More Things To Keep In Mind


I’m sure some of these tips must have taken you by surprise. But just try them out and I assure you, you’ll see some positive results in no time. And do comment below to let us know some of your trusted shower tips that you think the world needs to know!

Expert’s Answers For Readers’ Questions

Is it okay to comb my hair in the shower?

Yes, it is actually a great idea to comb your hair in the shower after you’ve applied conditioner to it as it reduces breakage.

How often should I condition my hair?

You should condition your hair every time you wash it, which should be about 2 or 3 times a week.

How do I keep my hair from getting frizzy after a shower?

You can keep your hair from getting frizzy after a shower by drying it with a microfiber towel and applying a leave-in conditioner.

Is it normal to lose a lot of hair in the shower?

It’s normal to lose 50-100 strands of hair in a day. This number may go up when you’re washing your hair. You should start worrying when you see this number increasing more and more, your ponytail starts feeling thin, or when you can start seeing your scalp on certain parts of your head.

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