Today there is a lot of debate over how frequently you should use shampoo. Although skipping a day or two will not hurt your hair, neither will applying shampoo daily. Any residue that shampoo might leave in your hair is going to wash away when you rinse it. If you feel that a daily shampooing is necessary to keep your hair clean, feel free to do it.
Use water to perk up your curls. If your curls tend to fall between shampoos, mist your hair lightly with water. Once your hair is slightly damp, curl your hair with your fingers. This will help add some pep to your curls until the next time you shampoo your hair. You should avoid “thinning” haircuts, as these layers can actually maximize your hair’s volume and make it look even larger. To tame big hair, utilize the many styling products and tools on the market. Oils can help tame dry, fuzzy hair, while a dab of pomade can help strands stay put.
A great hair care tip is to try out different dandruff shampoos, if you do, indeed, have dandruff. A lot of the time people with dandruff will say they aren’t noticing results with their dandruff shampoo. This is because different dandruff shampoos all have different ingredients in them, so using a variety will cover all the bases.
If you’re an active sleeper, your night-time tossing and turning may be damaging your hair. Shifting your head frequently while you sleep can cause friction damage as your hair rubs against your head, your bedding, and itself. To avoid this needless hassle, try putting your hair into two loose braids before you go to sleep.