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How to Maintain Your Hair Between Salon Visits

October 31st, 2020

Beauty

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Although you probably go to a salon on a regular basis to maintain the health of your hair, that doesn’t necessarily mean a salon visit is the only way you can make sure your hair is as healthy as possible. There are many things you can do to maintain the health of your hair even if you’re unable to go to the salon for a period of time. Here are a few things you may want to take into consideration as you maintain a home hair health routine.

1. Wash Your Hair Around Twice a Week

Are you used to washing your hair every day? This might not be the right choice for you. Washing your hair is incredibly important for removing buildup and debris on your scalp, but it also strips away a lot of the natural oils you have on your scalp. This can lead to more buildup in the future. Most people only need to wash their scalp once or twice per week.

2. Use Cool Water for Washing and Rinsing

When you use warm water to wash and rinse your hair, you’re typically going to end up with more of an astringent effect than if you use cool water. Although you don’t necessarily have to take cold showers every morning, it is a good idea to turn down the warm water every time you go to wash your hair so you can avoid drying it out.

3. Apply a Deep Conditioning Mask Every So Often

A deep conditioning mask is a great way to maintain your hair’s health and softness. With a deep conditioning mask, you can achieve more health throughout your hair. Deep conditioning masks can include all sorts of ingredients, which may be able to moisturize and maintain your hair. Typically, you’ll want to apply a conditioning mask once every week or two for best results.

4. Use the Right Brush

Choosing the right brush is crucial when it comes to maintaining your hair’s health. You don’t want to use a fine-toothed comb to brush your hair when it’s wet, for example. If you have to brush your hair at all when it’s wet, you should make sure you use a boar bristle brush. Using the right brush will make it much easier to manage your hair’s health and avoid unnecessary tearing.

5. Avoid Heat Treatments

This is something you probably already know, but it’s worth pointing out. You should avoid heat treatments whenever possible, especially if you’re not getting them through an expert. This is even more true when you’re not going to the salon very often; because heat treatments can be so damaging, you only want to do them when you’re caring for your hair completely.

6. Invest in Quality Products

If you want the highest-quality hair, you need to make sure you have the highest-quality products. That’s why it’s so important for you to maintain the quality of your products at all times. Attending a clinical salon at Tricoci University of Beauty Culture can be a great way to make sure you have those quality products. An investment in quality products will ensure your hair’s quality for years to come.

Conclusion

These are all great ways to maintain your hair health. Although a salon is certainly one of the best ways you can make sure you have healthy hair at all times, the fact is that it’s not always possible to go to a salon every few weeks. Take these tips and tricks into consideration and you’ll be much more likely to have healthier hair at all times.

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