It's important to be responsive to just what your hair requires, so if it needs moisture, use moisturizing agents for a few days, if the need be. Simply throw out your hair care rule book and give your thirsty strands what they need.
If you have been exercising a lot, sweating is unavoidable, hence, adjust your hair regimen to take this into account. Conversely, if you are the lazy couch person, and actually don't have a lot time to spend on taking care of your hair, that being time-intensive and a pretty large commitment if you wish to preserve the length, balance and luster, then here is a suggestion.
- There's really not much to this routine. Choose locations that you want to work on. Use organic shampoo, conditioner, hair serums or creams.
- Use satin bed linens to avoid breakage, never comb when the hair is wet, always allow the hair to air dry and shampoo it only twice a week. Every fortnight, get a deep hair conditioning spa done, professionally.
- If occasionally, your hair starts feeling a little dry and isn't responding to moisture so well, obtain a light conditioner and use it to re-wash. This is especially essential if you have been working out. When I re-wash, I consistently use another conditioner after that and ensure that it’s a moisturizing conditioner that softens and helps me preserve moisture all day long or until the next wash.