Everyone has different. Sometimes long. Sometimes curly or wavy. Some people have them a bit damaged. Others have extensions. But they always need conditioning! Obviously, we are talking about hair, which are one of the best embellishments. Well-taken care of and glossy hair make you look beautiful. However, problematic can be conditioning, because not every hair type needs the same approach.

Hair care of curly hair

Curly hair will love blow dryers with diffuser. Best are those with ionisation or cold air function. Extremely important is moisture with help of conditioner for dry hair. You need to quit combing hair, because it worsens frizzing. You can comb hair delicately with only your fingers. Avoid also products with alcohol, large amounts of gel and mousses.

Hair care of coloured hair

Coloured hair are excessively weighted down. After colourisation you should use rinse providing gloss and shampoos strengthening gloss to avoid its loss and matte hair. Relevant is preservation of proper pH by using conditioners with acidic pH, vinegar or lemon rinse. You can try oil treatment with oils which preserve colour (avocado, jojoba, grape seed, almond) but avoid those which tend to rinse colour out (coconut, palm, shea, cocoa). It is recommended to use products with silicones and UV filters.

Hair care of oily hair

Even oily hair should be washed as often as they need it, though no more than once a day. It is best to choose shampoo with delicate formula and gentle detergents. You can also wash your hair with conditioner. You shouldn’t give up on hair masks or hair balms, but you have to apply them before hair wash. Important is also to cover with those cosmetics only hair and not allow for product to come at contact with scalp. You should try products dedicate for oily hair, e.g. clay, birch sap, dry shampoo, stinging nettles, sulphur or black radish.

Hair care of frizzing hair

Frizz is the most common problem of high porosity hair, which lack of moisture, nourishment and most of all weight. In solving this issue, of great importance is limit of proteins and humecants (e.g. hyaluronic acid, panthenol, glycerine), and instead, use of large amount of emollients and right oils. You shouldn’t be afraid of silicones, because they can tame wild strands.

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