Shampooing and Drying
- Brush or comb hair thoroughly to loosen dirt and head skin cells from the head. Wet the hair with the spray, so that the underneath layers as well as the top ones are saturated with water.
- Pour a small amount – a teaspoon of shampoo in a little water. Mix it to get a diluted mixture.
- Massage this diluted shampoo gently on the roots with finger tips, covering the entire head.
- With the flat surface of the hand, work that shampoo in to the bulk of the hair over the top layers.
- Rinse with water until shampoo has been completely washed off. Repeat the sequence if necessary.
- After shampooing wrap your hair in a towel and allow thi9s to soak up the excess moisture.
- Soaking of water by towel is better because vigorous drying with a towel is harmful as it tends to snap the hair more easily, ends split more quickly and the hair becomes very stretchy.
- After about 10 minutes remove the towel and comb the hair gently.
- Moving upwards go towards the head (root of the hair). If the hair is combed from the head downwards, tangles will build up on the way down and will reach the tugging stage very quickly.
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