How Often Does Your Hair Type Need Washing?
Washing your hair is likely something that you spend quite a bit of time doing. We all need to wash our hair, but you’ve also probably heard all the hair experts talking about how we shouldn’t be washing our hair every day. We’ve heard so many people talking about this and feeling a bit confused as they feel as though their hair type needs washing on a more regular basis. To eliminate some of the confusion and overwhelm we thought we would answer the question, how often does your hair type need washing?
Do you have fine hair? Often times those with fine hair tend to feel as though their hair looks and feels oilier than other hair types. It’s typically because fine hair isn’t as voluminous as other hair types. Although you may feel as though you need to wash your hair daily as a fine haired individual, you still want to resist doing that. Experts suggest sticking to a hair washing routine of 3-4 times per week at the most when you have fine hair. This will allow your hair to not be stripped of too many of its natural oils, as it tends to when we wash our hair too often, but also help so that you don’t feel as though your hair gets or feels too oily at the same time. With fine hair, it’s really crucial to ensure that you’re not using too much product, as that’s what tends to have a big effect on lack of volume and keeping your hair from looking too oily.
Do you have curly hair? For those with curly hair, it’s really about making sure that you’re not damaging your natural curls in your hair. Washing your hair too often can begin to affect the appearance and health of your naturally curly hair. Experts suggest sticking to washing your hair around 2 times per week to ensure that you’re getting your hair washed, but also allowing your hair’s natural oils to protect and instill the curl’s natural shape. It’s suggested that you ensure to use quality hair care products, specifically adding in moisture with your hair care products and avoiding sulfate infused products as they tend to have a negative effect on your curls.