Things Not To Do After Oiling Your Hair!
Very often we can not emphasize enough the importance of oiling your hair. Oiling not only fosters hair growth but also adds to the shine and softness of dull hair. A few advantages of oiling your hair regularly is that it provides good nutrients for your roots and protects your scalp from bacteria and infections. You may oil your hair frequently, however, but you may be making a few post-your champi mistakes that might come in the way of all these benefits. Most women seem to make these mistakes but if you go through these points mentioned below, you can prevent them like a pro. Are you able to try these out? If it does, then let’s go!
Mistakes to stop after the hair has been oiled
- Do not comb your hair immediately after oil has been applied – you can never comb your hair straight after oil has been applied. After oiling, you see, the hair is more elastic and the scalp is much more comfortable. Roughly combining your hair can cause hair loss and hair breakage. Start from the tips, and gently work your way to the end, if you want to comb your locks. So your locks would be knots-free, and the oil would spread evenly to your scalp and hair.
- Don’t wash your hair too soon – After your champi sesh, don’t even wash off the oil in the shower. Keep it on for a while, because it takes time to reach your scalp. Enable it to soak in and nourish your follicles from inside. The minimum period of time it should be left on is a minimum of an hour to do justice to your strands and give them the good, shiny bounce.
- Don’t Leave The Oil To Soak Overnight – If you don’t want to wake up to greasy, oily hair, you should probably leave the oil overnight. The moment your hair gets too greasy, it absorbs dirt and blends with natural oil from your scalp. Hence, holding the oil on for a while but not too long is necessary.
- Don’t lie-down right away – Even after your hair has been cleaned, oil tends to stick to your hair. Not well washing and wipping your locks will make your sheets and clothes stain on your strands. Hence it is important to shampoo, clean, dry air and scrub your strands after washing your oil-drenched hair.
- Don’t add more & more – No need to add more after a sufficient quantity of oil is applied. Remember that using too much of it allows you to use too much shampoo, too. This will strip hair of its natural, moisturizing oils. Thus, drying out your hair and making it look even sweeter and more abused than before.
- Don’t tie your hair up – We want you to know that when hair is oiled it’s in a delicate state. Tying it up adds strain, and the strands will easily split. When you’re not careful enough, it can also cause hair to fall and split ends to grow. Neither of these encounters is fun.
- Don’t use a towel on your beaches – Towels are rough and if you’re not careful enough will cause hair to split. Wrap your locks in a cotton t-shirt, rather than a towel, is the best way to help get to the result. This will stop the strands from staining their clothes without causing hair loss or damage.
- Don’t use Another hair product – After oiling your hair, it’s necessary not to use any other product. Because most styling products contain chemicals they can damage the texture of the hair by making it rough and dry. Stick to it and don’t mix it with any hair care product.
- Don’t Overdo The Massage – everybody loves a good champi session. Just the same, too much is not good for you. Massaging your hair for hours at a time will split or weaken your strands and ultimately destroy their texture. This could lead to more knots, too.
- Don’t Wash Your Hair carelessly – Make sure to use an only mild shampoo and lukewarm water while bathing, as it avoids damage to your precious locks. Do not over-shampoo your locks, which is such a common practice when you oil your hair and can undo all its advantages, is super essential. Make sure you don’t use too much oil, so you can wash it off quickly without using any extra shampoos.
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