Makes sense right? Right.Flipped-out or curled under? Spiraled, waved? Now you have to decide what you want to day with you hair unless you like it just blow-dried. I like Biosilk Silk Therapy Treatment.Scrub-a-dub-dub! Everyone knows that you have to shampoo your hair, otherwise you have tons of gross buildup and it just won't cooperate. Conditioner is just as important otherwise you won't even be able to comb your hair, much less style it. Pointing the nozzle down, blow-dry your hair from five inches away. Make sure not to hold it in one misting system spot, or it'll get fried.
Say you have color-treated hair; you get color-protective shampoo and conditioner. Gently pat your hair dry as much as possible with your towel and squeeze a small amount of product into your hand. Avoid the roots, as they can look greasy with shine serum on them. It helps seal the cuticle (basically, hair strand), making it so your hair appears shinier. When conditioning, focus on the ends of your hair as they are most prone to breakage and therefore tangles.
Massage the product into your hair gently, again focusing mostly on the ends. It's very important to pick a quality shampoo and conditioner fit for your hair type. When you shampoo, don't be too rough with your hair or you'll damage the cuticle. Check out iVillage's Virtual Hairstylist below for some great ideas.Once your hair is clean and fresh, you'll probably want to use a shine serum or detangling solution on it. If you have curly hair, you'll want to use a diffuser so you don't frizz your curls. This will keep your hair from being flat when it's done being blow-dried. Now, its pretty much just lather, rinse, (only repeat for VERY dirty oily hair) condition, and rinse again. Otherwise, you shouldn't need any attachments. The water should be cold when you do the last rinse out with your conditioner. Always be sure the shampoo is completely rinsed. Now it's time for blow-drying.
There are so many things that can go wrong with our hair. Once hair is semi-dry, lift hair in sections with your fingers and blow-dry a section at a time. But there are some helpful tricks to it. So here are the basics thing to keep your hair healthy and in beautiful condition. They even tell you how to do it! Is that not the coolest thing ever?!?Written By:Katie Weaver & Debbie Frantzen Is your hair dry and brittle? Is it greasy and flat? Puffy, stringy, frizzy, the list goes on and on.