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YOUR HAIR CARE ROUTINE FIXED

The day we realize we need to start focusing on our beauty as much as we care about our health, everyone advises us to start from the hair. Have you ever wondered why? Well, hair is one of the first things that we notice when we meet someone. We can speak for ourselves here, what are the first few things you notice when you meet people?

Shiny and smooth hair is a sign of good health and refined taste. If your hair looks damaged, dry, and frizzy, remember that it's never too late to improve or start a hair care routine. All you need are the right products, some good tips and tricks, and consistency to see the difference within no time.


Four steps add up and make a complete hair routine;

1. Cleansing

This part helps remove all the dirt that your hair and scalp have stored daily, product residue, and dead skin.

2. Conditioning

This part of the process helps you moisture the hair and restore its shine. The conditioning part takes place when your hair is wet after washing the shampoo.

3. Combing

This is the most important part that many people end up missing out on. Detangle your hair to avoid breakage.

4. Styling

The fourth and final step is to style your hair to enhance volume or arrange hair in a particular style.

We wish it were as easy as it sounds. These four steps are vital, and if you miss out on anyone, or if not practiced the right way, instead of a hair care routine, it can become a disaster routine, without even knowing.

Let us highlight the most common mistakes are repeatedly practiced by all of us every day.


USE THE SHAMPOO THE RIGHT WAY

If you think your hair will get thicker and better if you wash or scrub them every day, you are wrong. You may already know this, but as a reminder, washing your hair every day can lead to dry scalp and dandruff. The time between each washing session depends on the oil that is produced on the scalp. The best practice is to stick to washing your hair every 2 to 3 days. Gently scrub your hair without missing out on the scalp, and do not use many shampoos. A bonus will be if you apply oil before every wash for moisture.


TREAT YOUR SPLIT ENDS

Do you ever see advertisements that talk about repairing your split ends? Well, it's a myth. You cannot repair split ends; the only possible way to get rid of them is by cutting them since most people are scared to cut their hair too short and prefer getting treatments instead. The only thing any treatment can't fix in this world is your split ends.


You may use serums and other products to avoid split ends, but regular trimming is important to get rid of if you grow any.


OVERBRUSHING CAN CAUSE DAMAGE

Overbrushing your hair can severely damage your hair. While most people think it is a healthy practice, you are just increasing the chances of the hairline. If you keep touching your hair needlessly, it leads to a greasy scalp as well.


BOTTOM LINE

You deserve to get your favorite look and feel great about yourself. Give yourself a new look every month and look fabulous.

We offer a free consultation to our clients and also recommend them appropriate hairstyles for their looks, hair texture, events, and lifestyle. We believe in making a long-term relationship with you. To book your appointment, download the App or visit our website today!

Krisspi is an On-Demand hair services company. Krisspi is like "Uber" for barbers and hairstylists. Our App is available in both iTunes and Google Play. You can also book your appointment on the web at www.krisspi.com/booknow

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All Krisspi barbers and stylists will arrive at appointments wearing protective masks, equipped with hand sanitizer, and equipment sanitization materials. Following the generally accepted practices, we require your barber or stylist to wash hands often for at least 20 seconds and practice social distancing when not performing essential services.

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