• Dawn

A Little Goes a Long Way!

Are you getting the most out of your products?⁠ ⁠ Did you know that they are SUPER concentrated and just a little goes a REALLY long way?⁠ ⁠ Let's pretend you don't have a clue about how to shampoo and condition your hair and this is your first lesson.⁠ Trust me, there are people out there that just don't know, you know? ⁠ 1-be sure that your hair is completely wet. Completely.⁠ 2-add one teaspoon of shampoo in your palm. ⁠ 3-EMULSIFY the shampoo from wrist to fingertips⁠. 4-smooth from front hairline to nape of neck⁠. 5-get in there with your fingers and massage⁠. You may not get a lot of bubbles (this is totally normal)⁠ Rinse and repeat steps 1-5⁠. You really should! These first round is remove any products and the second round is to completely cleanse the scalp.⁠ Really get in there at the second round and massage all over. Your scalp will thank you for it! ⁠ To condition, you don't want to place it on top of your head. As before, start with a smaller amount so you don't end up slopping it on the floor. Start at your nape and run your fingers down through the ends. If you have a comb in the shower, this is a great time to comb out any tangles. Let the conditioner sit for a few minutes and do all the other things. Rinse and squeeze dry.⁠ ⁠ Remember that using a microfiber or t shirt to towel your hair is the best to combat frizz! When you leave the towel on for a few minutes after you get out of the shower, your hair will slowly dry, making for less frizz. If you have a giant cotton towel and go crazy rubbing it dry, you will for sure make it much more frizzy as you style.

For a bit more information on the next steps to take after shampooing and conditioning, read here to know what comes next!

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