It’s very amazing what a simple little tip can do to you and at that moment your head literally gives you a nudge saying, “hey why didn’t I think of that before?”
I went up to my hairstylist a few days back for a haircut and I asked her if she could recommend me a better hair conditioner than the one I was already using.
She gave me a little tip on my bath routine which could actually double up my conditioner’s effect on my hair and although her tip seemed very basic and “common sense”, it did made me wonder what I was doing wrong with my conditioner.
You see most of us have a morning bath routine of attending call of nature, brushing, getting into the shower, soaping the body, washing it off, shampooing and conditioning. Conditioning our hair always comes in the last at which time we only let it stay in our hair for a couple of minutes.
My hairstylist recommended that I start off with shampooing my hair, leave in a sufficient amount of conditioner in my hair and tie them with a clip. I should then continue with the rest of the bath routine and when I am done with everything, I should wash off my hair.
I have to admit that I had a silly bath routine before.
Now that I am implementing this new bath routine I have realized that after I leave conditioner in my hair, doing rest of the things takes about 15 minutes or more. This means that the conditioner stays in my hair for more than 15 minutes and gets enough time to work out its charm in my hair.
Without doubt, this little “common sense” tip has helped me boost the effects of my conditioner and I am so loving my well conditioned hair now.
If you have dry frizzy hair, then this will really work so much better for you if you use this bath routine.
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