During those times when you can’t go out or you find yourself too busy to make an appointment with your favorite salon or hairdresser, you might find it difficult to keep your hair looking lush and healthy at home.
Keeping your crowning glory soft, lustrous, and beautiful is actually quite easy. This can be done with some practical tips, along with some readily available products and items that you may already have at home.
1. Keep Your Hair Clean and Nourished
Most people might feel that they don’t need to keep their hair clean or nicely kept since they are staying home. However, clean scalp and hair go beyond just making oneself look good. The joy of having clean scalp and manageable hair is also a great way to boost one’s morale.
An effective shampoo like CLEAR Complete Soft Care Shampoo and other CLEAR Women products is perfect for washing one’s hair regularly. It contains well-known skin technologies, such as niacinamide (vitamin B3) – enabling the scalp to actively defend against dandruff and strengthen dandruff-proof scalps – and glycerine, a moisturizing agent that deeply penetrates into the scalp at the epidermal level. CLEAR Women deep cleanse shampoo can also give hair more than just an ordinary wash to eliminate dandruff-causing germs and give you healthy and clean scalp.
Keeping your hair clean and fresh can be done in one step of shampooing, and this is an important part of an effective home care regimen. The key is to give ample nourishment and conditioning to the scalp and hair.
Applying a hair mask after shampooing helps nourish your strands even further. Homemade masks can be made with natural ingredients such as coconut milk, cinnamon, or avocados to rehydrate and revive damaged hair and dry scalp on a weekly basis. You can easily comb the mask through the hair so that your strands are evenly coated, then gently massage the scalp to stimulate blood circulation.
After that, cover the hair with a shower cap for thirty minutes before rinsing it off completely. Likewise, when conditioning hair after shampooing, be sure to apply the conditioner to hair tips, which is the most damaged part of hair strands.