Hairdressers Livingston - What Shampoo And Conditioner do Hairdressers Use? (Quality)

Q: What shampoo and conditioner do hairdressers use?

Hairdressers Livingston Hair by Sarah answers:

Well the fact of the matter is, there are a variety of high quality shampoos and conditioners that hairdressers use, but a good hairdresser will first of all assess what type of hair you have, and the condition of your hair and scalp.

Using the wrong shampoo and conditioner can cause damage, irritation to your scalp, and even hair loss.

So here is a hairdressers Livingston guide to choosing the right shampoo and conditioner….

First of all, it’s not a good idea to buy shampoos, and conditioners from different brands or try to mix them together to create your own formula. Ideally, both the shampoo and conditioner you use are from the same product line as they are formulated to work together.

Always use the right products for your hair type. If in doubt, ask your stylist.

If your hair is fine, too soft or oily...

1. Use products that contain proteins or balsam, to embody.

2. Avoid washing with hot water, since it activates the sebaceous glands, meaning that by mid-day you’ll start to notice the presence of fat in them.

3. Use warm water instead to wash.

4. Apply a light protein or silicone based conditioner on hair ends only.

5. Wash for at least 60 seconds to remove all traces of shampoo or conditioner. Finally, rinse with cold water to stimulate the cuticle and polish it.

6. Twice a month, apply a protein based conditioner throughout the hair, starting at the ends and giving massage to half of each strand. Leave on hair for around 3 maybe 5 minutes. Wash your hair next.

If you have very oily hair ...

Take a rinse with vinegar to cut the grease and leave your hair shiny and manageable. Mix 1 to 2 tsp. apple cider vinegar in 8 ounces of cold water, pour the mixture on your hair and rinse well with cold water.

If your hair is dry, has been treated with a chemical, or frequently exposed  to chlorine...

1. Use shampoos and conditioners designed for dry or damaged ... or they say on the label re-moisturizing.

2. Use a conditioner with re-humidifying and a cream rinse after every shampoo, trying to force the product along the strands of hair from the ends to the roots.

3. Once a week using a conditioner of this type, to have deep penetration.

4. Treatments with hot oils can also temporarily restore the shine of a dull or dry hair. Leave in your hair for 10 to 15 minutes.

Is your hair is virgin? Never been subjected to chemical treatments and is healthy...

1. Use a clarifying shampoo that does not leave any residue, but does remove all traces of spray, gel or mousse that is left.

2. Use a lotion based light conditioner after shampooing proteins, applied only to the tips.

3. Let a maximum of 10 to 20 seconds to avoid over conditioning.

4. If your applying a cream, do from the ends to the middle of the strands of your hair, allowing up to 2 minutes.

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