From curly, wavy to straight, we all have to cater our hair care routine towards our specific hair type for our best hair possible. This post is for all the straight hair types to explore some different ways to achieve hair goals. If you have straight hair, you may find that it is often flat, dull, greasy and fine. This is because straight hair tends to be more susceptible to oil and dirt, giving it a heavy and weighed-down appearance. Believe it or not, this is one of the reasons that straight hair is more difficult to control and maintain. In order to balance out the excess oil production and bring shine and volume back into your straight hair, there are some easy tips you can incorporate into your daily hair care routine!
- Wash your hair often. As straight hair tends to get oily a lot faster than other hair types, it is important to maintain a clean head of hair through consistent washing. You may have already noticed that when you wash your hair less, you may experience more texture but your hair also appears greasy and weighed-down. To avoid this, washing your hair more than twice a week may be the quick fix you’re looking for. If you are shampooing your hair often, it is extremely important to note that you may cause damage by using a shampoo that contains a lot of chemicals and sulfates. Use a gentle shampoo and conditioner that won’t strip your hair of its natural oils and dry out your scalp. Fyab’s Hair Vitality Shampoo works wonders in gently cleansing from scalp to tip while revealing shinier, fuller locks.
- Condition wisely. It’s really important that you do not skip the conditioner while washing your hair! You may think that skipping conditioner will combat your hair’s oily appearance, but this will just cause your hair to be dull and brittle. Conditioner will help maintain your straight hairs shine and softness, while also revealing a fuller head of hair. Look for a conditioner that is rich in nourishing oils that will feed your hair. Fyab’s Hair Vitality Conditioner incorporated 30 ingredients including biotin and keratin to leave your hair silky smooth and shiny. However, it is vital to note that if you have excessively greasy hair, avoid overly conditioning your scalp. Try applying the conditioner from your chin down and focus on the ends so your roots stay drier for longer.
- Add texture. Straight hair maintains the sleek, flat look that many often get tired of. If you want to spice up your hair style and add some sort of texture and volume, try a texturizing spray. Since straight hair should be washed often, it is often difficult to style freshly washed hair as it may be too smooth. Texturizing spray remedies this problem by adding some body and form back into the hair. It gives your hair a “second day hair” feel and allows for more flexibility when it comes to building a style. Add some to your roots and scrunch them up a bit to add some volume to the top or apply the spray before curling for a longer-lasting head of curls.
- Finish off with a hair oil. Straight hair can also be prone to frizz and static so it is important to finish your hair care routine with a beneficial hair oil or serum. A hair oil may also help repair those split-ends that straight hair often portrays. When choosing a hair oil, make sure it contains essential oils to calm and soothe your strands. Fyab’s Hair Vitality Oils are formulated with Jojoba Seed, Moringa and Argan oil to leave your hair shiny, vibrant and healthy. Once again, focus the hair oil on your ends and avoid excess application to your roots as this will only exacerbate the oily appearance.
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