A clarifying shampoo can help you get rid of any product or oil buildup, hard water residue and effects of air pollution on your hair. Baking soda can be used as a clarifying shampoo.
Therapeutic oils like argan or coconut oil can help moisturise and soften dry hair.
Frequent use of heating tools can dry out and damage your hair. Use a heat-protectant gel, and lower the temperature on your heating tool before styling.
Hairsprays contain shine boosters to provide instant shine to your dull hair.
These products create a protective coat on your hair to protect the natural oils and prevent moisture loss, dullness, and dryness.
Applying nourishing serums, especially on the hair ends, can restore hair shine, smoothen hair cuticles and save from dullness.
Choosing the wrong hair care products can dull your hair. Hence, choosing the right hair care products for treating your hair conditions is essential.
Air drying your hair doesn’t strip off natural scalp oil and protects hair health. In contrast, blow drys can damage your hair due to the heat.
Using shampoo frequently or washing your hair daily can strip off moisture and natural oils from your scalp. So, take hair baths weekly twice or thrice only.
Conditioning hair roots can make them dull and flat. Instead, condition your hair from mid-length to the tips to restore hair cuticles and hydrate your hair.
Rinse your hair thoroughly to remove the residue and dirt from your scalp. Cool rinses can seal your hair cuticle and keep your hair smooth and shiny.
Hair spas, deep conditioning treatments and hair masks can nourish your hair and maintain its lustre. Getting your hair trimmed every 6-8 weeks helps in removing split ends.
Be gentle on your hair. Don’t brush your wet hair. Vigorous drying of your hair using a towel can cause dullness and hair breakage. Use a microfiber towel for quick and safe drying.