We are long for sexy and healthy.
You can't have one without the other. The winter has a way of turning beautiful flowing locks into dry, brittle hair that you much rather throw up into a bun -- or better yet, throw on a hat. Like anything else, in order to achieve the best results possible -- you must first put in the work. As strenuous as it sounds, it's rather easy.
It may be winter, but that doesn't mean your hair can't be healthy and gorgeous. Spring will be here before you know it, so why not get a head start? Whether you suffer from a dry, oily, sensitive scalp or a combination of the three -- there is a solution out there for you. Get your head in the game and keep scrolling to learn exactly how you can get that sexy, healthy hair you long for.
The Problem: Dry Scalp
We have all experienced the annoying sensation of scratching our scalp. It may feel good at the moment, but having a dry scalp is anything but fun. It seems as though the winter time causing our scalp to be prone to dryness [like most areas of our body] -- especially when our hair is retaining moisture.
Find yourself a shampoo that contains zinc and a conditioner that contains Vitamin E -- it works wonders. When applying your shampoo make sure that you're not just applying it onto your hair, but also onto your scalp and be sure you rinse the product out thoroughly. Not rinsing product out of your hair completely results in build up and dandruff.
The Problem: Sensitive Scalp
A sensitive scalp is somewhat similar to a dry scalp. Although when it comes to a sensitive scalp you have tor be careful what products you use on your hair. Using the wrong product can result in burning, tightness and inflammation.
Switch things up and swap out your regular shampoo once a week for a shampoo that will remove build up and dirt from your scalp. Shampooing your hair on a regular basis will calm down the sensitivity as it becomes a habit overtime.
The Problem: Oily Scalp
You might think oily is good, but it's the furthest from good. An oily scalp is just as bad as an oily face and you know what happens when you have an oily face. Not a pretty sight.
It might sound excessive, but shampooing your hair daily can rid your scalp of the oiliness. Make sure you choose a shampoo geared specifically towards oil hair.
You can thank me later.
Follow these guidelines and your scalp will thank you.