If you’ve heard this strange beauty hack before but refused to believe it… well, it’s high time you do! Washing your hair regularly with shampoos and conditioners that are loaded with chemicals might be a temporary fix to the grease in your hair and they might leave your smelling like fresh flowers but in the long run they are doing more harm than good.
Even if you wash your hair without using any product, the water temperature alone can damage the proteins in your hair and make them look dull, easily breakable and promote hair fall eventually. Experts at Albany hair salons say that you should wash your hair after every alternate day or only twice or thrice a week depending on the thickness of your hair and the oil-making potential of your scalp. And when it is hair washing day, always use good products like those from Aveda to get the maximum benefits for your hair.
Still not convinced about not washing your everyday? Check out these reasons below why you shouldn’t be washing your hair daily!
Less Wash, More Volume
If you want to give your hair some body and make them look healthy and voluminous naturally, cut back on the conditioners, shampoos and washing your hair every single day. Shampoos can make your hair lose body and they could end up looking flat. That’s not good if you want to style your hair and wear it loose.
Less Wash, More Long-Lasting Color
If you have had your hair dyed, you’ll see that your color will last a lot longer if you don’t wash your hair so frequently. Even if you use color-safe products, the dye will eventually fade away and you can prolong that by not washing your hair regularly.
Less Wash, Less Split-ends
If you want to grow your hair long, split-ends have to go. Washing your hair everyday can cause split-ends to form at an accelerated rate.
The thought of not using shampoo everyday might be intimidating and even disgusting to some. But if you want to keep the grease out and make your hair look clean and oil-free, there is always the option of using a dry shampoo!
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