Due to the varying differences in hair, there are few shampoos and conditioners that can really cope with all hair types. When you select your shampoo, pick one that caters to the characteristics of your hair. This will ensure that you can keep your hair looking as healthy as possible.
In addition to this, using the right shampoo and conditioner combinations will make your hair easier to style in the mornings. As your hair style should be selected based off of the shape of your face and the characteristics of your hair, your shampoo and conditioner need to match to give you the best look possible.
However, just buying the first type of shampoo that meets your needs could have disastrous consequences, especially if you like to dye or perm your hair. Many shampoos include a substance called sodium laureate sulfate. This is the chemical that gives shampoo much of its lather. It is also used as engine block cleaners and other strong cleaners.
For those with dyed or permed hair, all of the chemicals and treatments used to curl or color your hair are stripped away with use of shampoos containing this ingredient. This is a particular worry for those with reds or other delicate colors.
If you dye your hair, purchase a shampoo without this substance. You'll have to get used to less of a lather, but your shampoo will still clean your hair and leave it as shiny and healthy as you desire. Most conditioners do not contain this substance.
When you get your hair styled, pay attention to what your stylist does. Ask questions about how to maintain your hair, and purchase what hair tools he or she suggests if you do not have an equivalent product. This is important, because if you want to maintain it as the cut was intended, you need to use the same methods.
Stylists are happy to help you learn how to maintain the cut. They want their style to look as beautiful as possible long after it is completed. Also pay attention to when you need a maintenance cut done. This is important, as your style will change as your hair grows.
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