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How to choose the right shampoo for each hair type

If you choose the shampoo in the supermarket only by looking at the price, the design of the packaging or the aroma, you could mistreat your hair and miss the opportunity to show off beautiful hair. Discover what type of shampoo is best for you based on your hair type and get ready to notice the change… You wish you had known about it sooner!

How do I know what type of shampoo I have?

Ideally, identify your hair type so you can choose the type of shampoo that suits you best. Here we help you identify it.

Straight hair

It’s that kind of hair tangles easily and is difficult to score, unless you make a ponytail, the hair will be marked for the whole day without remedy. For this type of hair, it is better to choose a type of shampoo that brings volume, as well as a conditioner from the same range. Yes you must have pay close attention to quantity and rinsing so as not to leave too much residue on the hair and prevent it from becoming weighed down.

Wavy hair

It is often a type of hair with frizz problems this requires treating the wave carefully to define it well and not look disheveled. It is a type of mane that also allows for straightening, although this will require keeping the hair at bay. frizz. What is never a good idea is to let it air dry, because the finish is too uncontrolled.

For this type of hair, the silicone free shampoos because they leave less residue and add less weight to the loop, preventing it from getting dirty easily. In this sense, the organic range shampoos They are ideal. Best combined with a method-specific conditioner curly.

Frizzy hair

In this type of hair, the main problem is frizz, because the fiber tends to be dry and rough to the touch. Therefore, hydration will be a priority in daily hair care. For these hair types, anti-frizz care lines are recommended. If you prefer, you can choose method-specific shampoos curlywith low detergent power, without sulphates (or with mild sulphates), silicones, drying alcohols, parabens or waxes.

Thin hair

As it is a type of hair that gets dirty quicklyyou need to be very careful how you apply your shampoo and conditioner, because the amount must be minimal. In general, conditioner is essential to leave hair manageable and not dry, which usually happens when washing with specific shampoos for fine hair.

Thick hair

It is a type of mane that dries easily and tends to get out of control, so you need to nourishing and moisturizing shampoos. For this reason, shampoos from the curly hair range will work well for this type of hair, as they are the ones that provide the most hydration. Conditioners, masks, and oils are essential extras here.

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What are the types of shampoo?

There is a type of shampoo for every type of hair and every need, since, in addition to the inherent characteristics of each hair, there is also the state in which it is and the damage to which it has been subjected.

  • volume shampoo: they are ideal for fine and straight hair, which does not have natural volume, although they should be used in moderation so as not to weigh down the hair and obtain the opposite result.
  • shampoo for fine hair: they tend to leave little residue on the hair precisely because this type of hair needs as clean a finish as possible. On the other hand, the hair can be a little drier than normal, so the use of a conditioner will be necessary. Of course, always in small quantities.
  • nourishing shampoo: these are shampoos that provide protein to the hair, which is generally indicated for the most porous hair, especially curly hair. It is a type of treatment that restores the cuticle and protects the hair fiber, leaving the hair more flexible and manageable.
  • moisturizing shampoo: it is ideal for dry and porous hair, for example those subjected to straightening or bleaching treatments.
  • shampoo method curly: are those formulated without heavy ingredients or which leave residues on the hair: harsh sulphates, waxes, silicones, parabens, etc.
  • clarifying shampoo: also known as drag shampoo because it incorporates mild surfactants with sufficient detergent power to clean traces of grease, product and dirt from the hair. It is used as an initiation step to the curly method, but also periodically in certain types of curly hair.
  • Shampoo co-washing: This is a cream version closer to a conditioner, ideal for drier curly hair. Helps give curl flexibility and definition.
  • low-poo: it is a shampoo with minimal detergent power (without sulphates) which is used in the loop method to prevent the loop from drying out too much during washing.
  • organic shampoo: it is a shampoo formulated with a high percentage of natural ingredients and is supposed to be more respectful with the hair and the scalp since it does not contain parabens, silicones, perfumes, etc. They are ideal for curly hair, as well as fine hair.
  • Toning shampoo: are the purple or blue shampoos which are used to nuance the yellowish or orange tones that appear in bleached hair, both blonde and brown.
  • anti frizz shampoo: Formulated to control frizz and suitable for thick, wavy and curly hair.

You can also find fortifying, repairing, detox shampoo, dry shampoo, color, anti-dandruff, etc.

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