The Cosmetic Ultralounge

Have a Good Hair Day

By Gunner Glam

Because hair is dead material when it leaves root, it does not hurt when hairdressers use scissors.

Studio Brow wants to share some useful pointers for hair hygiene at home.

Gently wash hair with moderate, circling movements.

If shampoo, color conditioner or treatment is used, be sure to rinse hair with plenty of water that is not too hot.

In terms of hair care, more is less so use shampoo in moderate amounts and only lather once.

When hair is wet give it more attention.

Shampoo makes hair soft and sensitive, so pat it gently with a towel and gently dry it.

Wrap the towel around hair above the head. This way moisture can work into the hair for a couple of minutes.

Idealistically, the distance between hair and a blow-dryer should be a foot.

Keep the dryer on medium and do not exceed.

Styling products containing barely any alcohol are most kind to the hair and keep it soft and shining.

Combing hair properly is perfected by practice, so wet hair should be systematically combed.

In order to achieve this, when wet the hair should be disentangled and combed at the ends then  little by little worked up to the hairline.

Managing hair requires different kinds of combs; for wet hair, combs that are softly rounded with wide teeth should be used only.

Hair and sharp edges tend not to go together, avoid using elastic bands and back combing that can cause long lasting damage.

-More coming soon from Studio Brow-

3 responses

  1. Great tips! The part about not rinsing with hot water should be followed by men and women. I recently discovered that by rinsing with cool water I’m not losing as much hair during the day. Closing up that follicle is super important to deter baldness! Thanks for sharing.

    January 10, 2012 at 6:47 PM

  2. Wonderful tips!!! My hair has been kinda blah lately so I’m definitely going to try these out : ) Thanks!!!

    January 10, 2012 at 9:19 PM

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