Some of the things you embrace as you live and work in a city are frizzy and dry hair. As common a problem it is, people often try to sweep it under the rug and pretend they are better off without the solution. Before you know it, the dryness worsens and becomes unmanageable. But ignoring your hair’s dryness can lead to complications related to the overall health of your scalp, as a rough exterior is often a signal towards the inner imbalances of the body. What you need to do is follow the dry hair tips mentioned in this article. While pollution and exposure, coupled with internal oil balance are the leading causes of dry hair, here are some other reasons why you may be experiencing the frizz this season:
- Overheating your hair with appliances like straighteners, curling irons, and blow dryers.
- Using hair products with the wrong composition.
- Washing your hair extensively.
- Overuse of hair colors or bleaching agents.
- Overexposure to sunlight and UV rays.
You can restore your hair to its original shine and texture with some doable tips and routines. Here are a few dry hair tips:
Stick to your regular hair trimming sessions
The easiest way to maintain your hair’s health is to trim the dry ends away. Your hair needs to be freed of its backend lugging, and hence, regular visits to your hairdresser are just what you need to bring your hair back to its health.
A quick trim can remove the split ends and free your hair of the excess weight, thus making sure your hair sports a shiny and healthy shape.
Avoid sulfate-based products at all costs
This is one of the most important tips for dry hair. Check out the composition of the hair products you use and eliminate conditioners, masks, and shampoo with sulfate in them. As harmful as this particular chemical is for application, it also thins your hair and robs it of its texture and shine.
Get the Pilgrim Sulfate-Free Shampoo that contains three primary ingredients – Argan Oil, White Lotus, and Camellia. It will help strengthen your hair, fight off dandruff, soothe the scalp, and repair the damaged strands.
Avoid rinsing your hair during hot showers
The more you douse your hair with hot water on a regular basis, the more they lose out on their shine and essential oils. Hot showers may give a relaxing experience, but they may be costing you your hair’s moisture.
Switching hot showers with lukewarm baths are the wisest thing you can do, both for your dry hair and the environment.
Limit heat exposure from blow-drying and hairstyling equipment
Ever tried to run a plastic cover through your hair straightener? Don’t think the result would be delightful! Well, your hair is just as delicate and susceptible to damage. Constantly running them through heat equipment can create a moisture deficit and burn the hair resulting in dry, frizzy hair.
To pivot to your hair’s original moisture, you have to limit its exposure to artificial heat and avoid it altogether if possible. Simple!
Use hydration hair care routine
Hydration must be a priority in your haircare routine. A great way to do it is to adapt to the Shampoo-condition routine. In it, begin with lathering your wet hair in shampoo and then let the clean hair absorb the moisture of the conditioner.
Remember, you need to take your shampoo to the scalp for a proper cleanse, but you shouldn’t take your conditioner anywhere near it—you must apply it only to the strands and the tip of your hair.
Use hair masks regularly
Hair masks are different than your regular conditioner. They are made with rich and rehabilitating ingredients with heavier concentrations such as lipids and natural oils. You can leave the hair masks on your hair, for a considerable amount of time to work its magic on your hair. The Pilgrim Argan Oil Hair Mask can bring a healthy bounce and shine to your dull hair while protecting it from UV damage and environmental pollutants.
Those interested in solving their issues with dry hair can use hair masks twice a week.
Make hair serums a part of your hairstyling routine
A hydrating elixir or serum can work wonders on your dry scalp by adding additional amounts of nutriment to your routine. Once you have washed your hair, you can apply a bit of serum on your wet hair and comb it through for a glossy finish and manageable hair. We recommend the Pilgrim Argan Oil Hair Serum that is the perfect blend of Argan Oil, White Lotus, and Camellia. It helps provide your hair with extra conditioning and gloss.
Get a silk pillowcase
This may sound odd, but sleeping on a fabric that is soft and won’t cause friction in your hair is actually quite smart and purposeful. Cotton cases and sheets also absorb moisture out of your hair, leaving them dry and frizzy for the day to come.
A bonus, you will feel like a total luxury waking up every day.
Keep up with the oil messages
While you amp up the cleanser and the coating, it is also a good thing to go back to the roots and have oil messages that both replenish your scalp and soften your mid-length edges. Oil massages also stimulate your scalp’s blood circulation, all the while relaxing your nerves and body.
An oily scalp attracts a lot of dirt and dust, and hence, it would be ideal to wash it off after a few hours.
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