How to keep your hair hydrated. Many of us struggle with dry hair that easily breaks and/or leaves us with split ends. Here are some tips to always keep it soft and moist.
It does not take long to drain ones hair from moisture but by integrating a few new habits of hair care you can say goodbye to dry hair.
There are numerous conditions affecting the moisture level of your hair, for example the weather, hair dyeing, styling and so on. Similarly, there are several ways to maintain the vital moisture in your hair and by doing so minimize the likelihood og hair breakage.
- First of all, use a fitting shampoo for your hair type (hard/rough, limp/sticky, fragile/dry) – the list is long. For hard/rough hair use a moisturizing shampoo and if you have colored hair use a color care shampoo. For limp/sticky hair use a deep cleansing shampoo and for fragile/dry hair use a volume shampoo that also gives moisture.
- Use a hair conditioner after washing your hair with your favorite shampoo and only apply it to the lengths of your hair so it does not weigh your hair down too much.
- The third point is the key to maintaining the moisture during the day – USE HAIR OIL. Hair oil is the perfect source of moisture and can be applied whenever your hair feels drained from moisture. Similarly, use a leave-in conditioner for extra softening of your hair. Leave-in conditioner also saves your hair day if you did not get to condition your hair while showing. This eases the combing of your hair, minimizes hair breakage and helps preventing frizzy and rough looking hair.
- On a weekly basis you should use a special care treatment to complement and boost your hair with nourishing ingredients that gives your hair the extra care it needs to stay healthy, strong and breakage free.
If your hair is extra thirsty and needs the ultimate moisture boost, soak your hair in one of the Unique Beauty hair oils and let it sit throughout the night. Wash your hair thoroughly in the morning and style as you please. This hair oil night treatment will make a notable difference when your hair is really starving.