For beginners, the cleansing detergent of the shampoo causes dry hair, which leads to brittle hair and inevitable damage. Even shampoos that promise to repair dry hair will have this agent in. They have the intention of cleaning the hair as well. These shampoos often contain an agent that leaves a film on the hair to produce a false glow. Now you are left with damaged hair and accumulate. In addition, the washing action that is involved in the process of "foam" creates new split ends and aggravates the old ones. To avoid these problems, learn to wash your hair as recommended by the stylists of the stars.
This process takes a little longer, but the results are worth every second. Before even entering the shower, make sure your hair is free of any tangles. After wetting your hair, apply a small amount of shampoo and gently rub it on the scalp, and only on the scalp. If you are worried that this is not enough in cleaning, you can leave the shampoo on your hair without rubbing it for a minute or two. Then simply rinse the shampoo. As it slips on the rest of your hair, it will continue to clean, rid your hair of the products you have applied and the natural oils that are produced in the scalp. Unless you wash your hair after a day of playing in the mud puddles, the "repetition" direction is completely useless. The result is clean, easier to handle hair.
Some simple tips can improve this process. When applying the conditioner, use it only on hair that extends along the neck, not on hair near the scalp. The scalp produces natural oils making the conditioner useless. Leave on for a few more minutes and rinse with cold water to close the cuticles, leaving the hair smoother and less likely to be damaged when styling. Finally, when you dry your hair, never, and I repeat, never rub them with your towel! Rubbing a rough, though soft, towel against the grain of your hair further damages it and makes the split ends much worse because the hair is weaker when they are wet. Instead, blot your hair with a towel and paint it lightly with your fingers. When it is dry, then do not hesitate to brush.
If you insist on using a hair dryer on your hair, there are some rules to avoid heat damage. If you have time, wait a few minutes to allow your hair to dry naturally slightly. Dry hair is stronger and you will not have to expose it too long to heat. Also, slide a serum or ointment on each section of your hair to create a barrier between the cuticles and the heat.
Do not blame manufacturers of hair products for not informing us of these vital directions. The bottles are usually small, which leaves room for three words (misleading). And, of course, they offer serums, masks and lotions to repair the damage they have caused.