Like most women, my hair-
washing ritual has always been hugely important to me. For as many years as I can remember, I have shampooed twice, then massaged conditioner from roots through to tips and waited two minutes before rinsing.
A few woefully short, bouncy, glossy hours would follow before my hair would revert back to its default setting of lank and limp[。 Now, it seems, that limpness was all my own fault。
Reversing the order in which you wash your hair is meant to give you all the detangling and glossing benefits of conditioner - along with extra volume - but without any residual side-effects.
The method itself is simple: wet your hair then work in your favourite conditioner, concentrating almost solely on the ends of the hair, with just a tiny bit at the roots. Leave the conditioner in for five minutes, then rinse thoroughly. Only now should you shampoo, rinse, and repeat, making sure you don’t use more product than you need.
I towel-dried as gently as I could, worried that without the final smoothing of conditioner I'd be left with a mass of tangles which would explode into a haze of split ends the moment I tried to take a brush to it。
To my immense relief, however, my wide-toothed comb went through my hair as easily as it normally does - with not a tangle in sight。
I blow-dried it as normal and immediately noticed a difference. My hair definitely looked shinier than normal.
Two days later I repeated the process - and the difference was just as pronounced. My hair was definitely looking thicker - as though I'd used a volumising mousse, but without the dulling effect that many styling products leave behind.
By the end of the seven-day challenge, I could see a marked difference in my hair. Not only did it leave hair shinier, it helped combat frizz caused when particles of dirt stick to the residual product. Best of all, it felt softer yet thicker. Not a sticking-out ear in sight.
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