Keeping Your Waves Clean
Welcome to this weeks, Tuesday's Tips!
Wash your hair!
Washing your hair is by far one of the most important parts of hair care maintenance. After sweating, using products like pomade, and brushing, your hair is bound to get dirty. You should have a regular schedule on how often you wash your hair. My recommendation is at least once a week. But make sure you are using a moisturizer and some type of oil to keep your scalp healthy and leave your hair with a nice shine
Wash your brushes!
On top of washing your hair, it’s important to keep your tools clean as well. Washing your brushes is a simple task that goes a long way. By washing your brushes you minimize putting the buildup you’ve washed out of your hair back on your head. Also, this benefits your skin a well. By keeping your brushes clean you reduce the amount of dander and oils getting into your skin. You probably don’t realize how often your brushes touch your skin, so it’s important to keep them just as clean as your hair.
Make sure to have at least 2-3 durags
Having a couple durags is really important because just like your hair and brushes, durags get dirty. Not only do they get dirty, but they absorb oils from your hair as well. This can cause skin irritation, zits, wtc. So while you’re washing your other durags, it’s important to have other ones you can rotate to.