It’s true, Daddy Long Locks, it’s a little too young to read this in the context of an adult. However, as we discover, a lot of us make mistakes that could lead to issues like itchy scalps or even loss of hair. So if you like having hair and want to keep it then we recommend you go through the other men’s grooming tips.
Do you wash your whole head, including the ends of your locks? Do you give it a warm wash before getting out of the shower? Do you give yourself a thorough scrub taking care to get your hair with your nails? If you said yes to one of these questions, you’re not doing it right. The reasons for this are explained below and some other grooming errors you may be making in every morning’s shower ritual.
YOU DON’T GET YOUR HAIR WET BEFORE ADDING SHAMPOO
We are sure you believe that you’re streamlining your daily routine. But take a look. Do you lather your body dry and then wash it off? Sick, dude. If you start out with dry skin, you’re trying harder to wash rid of the hair. Warm water is able to loosen the excess oil and opens your pores, allowing an even deeper absorption of the shampoo. Without a moist foundation there’s a chance you’re not receiving the same clean. Do a thorough dunk prior to shampooing so that your cuticles are free prepared for thorough clean.
You can use your nails to clean your scalp.
Are you aware of the amount of bacteria lives under your nail? It’s a source of disgustand a sign to death and an ailment in both your homes. While we’re aware that we’re being all over the place dramatic nails, it’s time for the scraping to be stopped! Even with a cleanser it’s impossible to kill all the germs that live your nails.
We enjoy a good massage for our scalps just like the next person. Be aware of the force you’re working your scalp after giving it a the scrub. If you’re constantly cleaning your scalp using your claws from your man you may be irritating your scalp with nail bacteria. The yanking, scraping and tearing may also result in hair loss. If you’re in need of a good massage to get your skin feeling clean make sure you use your fingertips not your nails.
Apply the shampoo directly to your hair.
You thought that soaking your hair prior to cleansing was enough. Sorry, newbie. This isn’t going to work. Shampoo shouldn’t be an blob in one part or part of hair. You’re wasting more than is necessary if you do not distribute it evenly throughout your hair. A small amount should be sprayed on your palm before you make a lather. This will ensure uniform coverage and reduces the amount spent on products.
YOU’RE NOT RINSING RIGHT ENOUGH
It’s possible that you’re conserving water by taking a quick bath, however we wish you took the time to fully rinse. If you don’t spend just a few minutes under the tap and you’re not doing it, you’re likely creating a lot of buildup. In time, this buildup can lead to dandruff- the flaky, itchy, scaly grossness that creates gunk on your nails when you scratch. Also, men are at a higher chance of developing the dandruff. You’re a hormone! It is important to wash your hair and apply shampoo that is sulfate-free to lessen the dirt that accumulates in the cranial area.
DO NOT WASH ABOUT AS OFTEN
It is not necessary to wash your hair every day! Your scalp is designed to have natural oils. If you strip them, it will dry your scalp. This is why we developed products to prevent your hair from squeezing during the off-days. If you’re experiencing a bad feeling you should wash your face at least once a week. You can substitute conditioner when you are able to.
A lot of companies will tell that you should use their shampoos on a daily basis. If their formulations contain sulfates then you’re causing growth or even loss of hair. It is possible to train your hair as you would muscles. It may initially seem strange to not rely on shampoo each day. However, your hair will appear and feel better once the natural oils begin to replenish and rebuild your scalp.
Your water is too hot
If you’ve been following along with this blog, then you’ve seen the harm of washing your hair in hot water. The cuticles of your hair don’t seal properly after conditioning , and the result is hair that’s more prone to breaking and loss of hair. Rinse your conditioner off with cold waterbefore closing your cuticles and sealing in all the fresh, clean moisture.
YOU CONDITION YOUR SCALL AND not your THE ENDS
It’s essential to moisten your scalp. However, that doesn’t mean you should ignore the areas at the ends of your hair where breaks occurs. Begin with the ends first and then condition them to give your hair tips the chance to soak up the moisture they require.
The rule of thumb is The shampoo and conditioner operate differently. Only wash your hair, and then condition your ends.
HOW TO SHAMPOO and CONDITION
- Make sure you thoroughly wet your hair.
- Lather a quarter of a cup of shampoo into your palms before working through your hair’s roots. There is no need to wash your hair’s tips.
- Rinse off all the shampoo.
- Apply conditioner, paying particular attention to the ends.
- Rinse thoroughly with cold water.