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How To Shampoo Hair

We've all been washing our hair for as long as we can remember, but are we really doing it right? It may sound simple, but there's more to shampooing than just lather, rinse, repeat. Properly washed hair can make all the difference, setting the foundation for healthy locks and a balanced scalp. Let's delve into the steps to ensure you're making the most out of your shampoo sessions.

Understanding the Purpose of Shampoo

At its core, shampoo is designed to cleanse the scalp and hair of dirt, sebum (natural oils), and product build-up. When done right, it sets the stage for a healthier hair care routine, allowing subsequent products to work more effectively.

The Step-by-Step Guide to Shampooing

Preparation: Before you step into the shower, brush your hair to untangle any knots. This pre-wash detangling can reduce breakage during the wash.

Water Temperature: Begin with lukewarm water. Too hot water can strip the hair and scalp of natural oils, leading to dryness. Lukewarm water is gentle and helps open the hair cuticles, making it ready for cleansing.

Measuring the Right Amount: Pour a coin-sized amount of a shampoo, like the FUL All Rounder Shampoo (adjust based on hair length and thickness) into your palm. Rub between your hands to create a lather.

Apply with Finesse: Start by applying your chosen shampoo, such as the FUL All Rounder Shampoo, to the roots. The scalp is where most of the oil and product build-up occurs. Use your fingertips (not nails) to gently massage the shampoo in circular motions, promoting blood circulation.

Work Your Way Down: Once the scalp is covered, work the lather down the lengths of your hair. There's no need to rub vigorously; the suds flowing down will cleanse the lengths.

Rinse Thoroughly: Make sure all the shampoo is washed out. Any residue can lead to scalp irritation and make hair look dull. If you often suffer with scalp irritation then look into a scalp treatment, like the FUL Detox Scalp Treatment.

Consider a Second Round: If your hair was particularly dirty or you used heavy styling products, you might need a second shampooing. This ensures your hair is squeaky clean. The first wash breaks down the dirt and products, and the second wash cleanses it away.

Finishing Touch: Always end with a conditioner to restore moisture and close the hair cuticles, the FUL All Rounder Conditioner is the perfect everyday conditioner to use. Apply mainly to the mid-lengths and ends, then rinse with cooler water to seal in moisture and add shine.

Additional Tips for a Perfect Wash

Choose the Right Shampoo: Everyone's hair is unique. Pick a shampoo tailored to your hair type and concerns, be it dryness, oiliness, colour-treated hair, or dandruff. The FUL shampoo range covers a wide variety of hair types.

Avoid Harsh Chemicals: Where possible, opt for shampoos free from sulphates, parabens, and artificial fragrances. These can be harsh on both the hair and scalp.

Don't Overwash: Daily washing can strip the scalp of its natural oils. Depending on your hair type and environment, 2-3 times a week can be ideal.

To wrap it up, while shampooing might seem like an elementary task, the details truly matter. With the right techniques and products, you're on your way to healthier, shinier, and more vibrant locks. Here's to turning every hair wash into a mini spa session for your tresses!

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