How to Taking Care of Your Hair

Long hair is an all-time cherished dream of girls and women. Having lusty, shining, long hair is a sign of beauty and feminine grace. Some precautions have to be taken for all types of hair, which are briefed, but long hair needs utmost care.
  • Brushing should not be done immediately after washing.
  • Winding the hair, encasing them in rubber bands, and then fixing clips or hooks should be done lightly and never too tightly.
  • Winding the hair into tight plaits and then wearing a chignon (coil of hair worn at the back of the head) pulls the hair from the scalp. Having this habit ultimately ends in bald spots on the head.
  • Similar is the case with the girls who bind their back hairs in ponytails or buns. One should not confine to one style and go on changing the style so that the hair does not experience a direct pull in this fashion every day and get pulled.
  • Regarding types of curlers, rollers, combs, brushes, etc., these topics are discussed here below under different types of hair. Those rules are applicable for long hair,

Oily Hair

  • If you do not apply a little amount of oil over the hair regularly, you will lose the hair and its shine.
  • If you are washing the hair twice a week (women), make it thrice a week. Apply some oil, massage it into the scalp and leave it for at least one hour on your scalp before washing it with shampoo. Men should do it five times a week.
  • If you are using harsh, highly scented, and strong hair-care products like soaps, shampoos, and oils, leave them.
  • Improve your diet to make it nutritional.
  • Take half a bottle of distilled water and add some lemon juice to it. Now rinse your hair with this mixture.

Dry Hair

  • Use of heat-styling appliances; dryers for drying the hair after washing and over-exposure to the sun should be avoided.
  • Take nutritional food.
  • Do not adopt rigorous cleaning methods or routines. Use the good hair oil to massage the hair. If the dryness is more, the hair becomes brittle. Do not massage the scalp vigorously.
  • Steaming the hair once a fortnight also helps in dry hairs. Massaging and steaming as a follow-up gives good results.
  • Do not wash your hair frequently with shampoo.
  • Do not comb or brush strongly.

Wavy Hair (Hairs Having Waves)

  • Wavy hairs are not curly but have waves as you find in the sea of sand dunes.
  • Those who have wavy hair should wash their hair with shampoo that has shine-enhancing gradients.
  • After washing, dry the hair in a natural way and separate the hair with wide-toothed comb teeth so that there is no entanglement and pulling while combing the hair.
  • Wavy hair needs good conditioners and more care than straight hair.

Straight Hair

  • Straight hair lies flat on the scalp.
  • Since such hair lie flat, they gather more dust. Naturally, these straight hair are most dense and hence they need deep cleaning shampoo.
  • Such hair needs at least three washings a week.
  • They are more prone to develop dandruff.
  • Oiling and massaging the scalp is essential and it should be one night before the washing schedule.

Curly Hair

  • Curly hair gets dry very soon.
  • For washing curly hair, a shampoo with a good moisture gradient is necessary.
  • To bring a shine to curly hair, dry them with a towel and expose it to the sun or natural air. In curly hair, fingers reach easily up to the scalp. Use your fingers to disentangle them and then use a wide-toothed comb or brush to keep them in place.