Oftentimes people are causing damage to their hair and they don’t even know it. Everyone has their own quality hair care routine, but ensuring yours doesn’t include any potentially damaging actions to your hair is important. For example, using a sulfate free shampoo is ideal, but did you know using too much of it can potentially damage your hair? This is a sin people commit with their hair every day, and do so innocently. Here are some other common hair sins people commit frequently.
Drying your hair with a towel isn’t the best part of a quality hair care routine. The abrasive nature of towels can damage your hair and create split ends quickly. Of course, grabbing a towel quickly after getting out of the shower is easy to do. If you have time, let your hair air dry. If not, then use the softest towel you can find and dab it dry instead of rub it.
Using Too Many Products
Too much of a good thing isn’t always a good thing. Using hair products for Remy hair can keep your hair healthy and make it easy to style. However, using too many could make it look heavy and dull. You may not necessarily damage your hair by using too many products, but achieving the hairstyle you desire will be much more difficult.
You should always use a sulfate free shampoo when you wash your hair. However, even using a sulfate free shampoo too much can cause damage. Your hair needs natural oils to remain healthy, and over-washing can strip the hair of those oils. Dry and brittle hair isn’t ideal for styling, so if you want to avoid it from happening, skip your hair washing days occasionally.
Using A Dirty Brush
A common mistake many people make is not thinking about washing their brush. A brush can accumulate dirt, oil, product residue and more. So when you brush your hair the next time, you are putting those components back into your hair. Make it part of your quality hair care routine to wash your brush at least once a week to keep your hair healthy and clean.
Too Much Heat
Heat styling tools are convenient, so almost everyone uses them. But if you use them too often and at too high of temperatures, you could be damaging your hair every single day. It’s ok to use these tools in moderation, but be sure to always put them on the lowest temperature setting possible to protect the hair.
RemySoft understands it when people aren’t aware of certain damaging things they are doing to their hair. That’s why we always ask about your quality hair care routine when you ask us a question. In order to provide you with the best advice, we have to know how you currently care for your hair so we can identify any adjustments that need to be made. For more tips and advice like this, don’t hesitate to contact us at any time.