How to Shampoo your Hair like the best Asheville Keratin Treatment Specialist and Hairstylist
- Jola De Legge
- Jan 19, 2021
I think every client, so far, enjoys washing hair in a salon. It is the reason why I am writing about this. They feel most relaxed, and they want it to last longer. The reason you don't enjoy in wash process at home is not taking that much time, and you probably wash your hair in a hurry. That is why I want to tell you a few things.
Scalp care is essential if you want to have good and healthy hair. You have to massage your scalp after shampooing because plenty of bacteria accumulated from the last time you wash your hair, and your scalp needs a deep clean. It is important to clean every inch of the scalp. It is essential to apply medium-firm pressure during a scalp massage.
Rinse your hair after shampooing, and if you want to have a deep cleaned hair scalp the best choice is applying more shampoo. Choose products and massage your scalp so that all dirt and product buildup is removed. You need to think about your scalp like there are your lungs. Your scalp is breathing also.
After shampooing apply conditioner, but don't apply it to the roots because it will clog up the pores on your scalp again. The best way is to apply conditioner on the mid-length and ends, then rinse. Wash your hair underwater that is not way too hot. Otherwise, it will open up the follicle and makes it susceptible to dryness and breakage. Lukewarm water is a good choice and just before you get out of the shower yo switch to cold water to close the hair follicle and give it shine.
In De Legge European Haircut Salon in Asheville, you can buy all products for your healthier hair. I am a Keratin treatment Specialist based in Asheville, and I invite you all to visit me in my Hair Salon in Asheville. If you ever google an experienced hairstylist near me, you will probably find my De Legge European Haircut Salon, and I am so lucky to have you in the future as my best client.
I hope you like my blog post, and I am looking forward to telling you more than I know about hair from my experience.