Did a Keratin Treatment? Here's the best after guide! February 20 2017

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Straightening the hair can help make the women's routine more practical, but it requires special care that goes beyond weekly hydration. Hygiene, for example, should be a little different from what you're accustomed to, whether it's to ensure healthy and beautiful yarns or to maintain chemical treatment for longer. Check out the tips of the Stay Diva and learn how to wash your tresses properly after the progressive brush!

 

Intercache the days of washing the hair

Girls who have recently invested in progressive brushing should give up washing their hair every day. This habit can accelerate the elimination of the chemical in the threads and lessen the smooth effect you both craved. The ideal wash interval is every two days, however, the owners of the most oily tresses can intercalate every other day to preserve smoothing.

 

Reveal the unsalted shampoo with the chemically treated hair

Smooth hair tends to be greasier than normal, so it is best to insert the type of shampoo to ensure clean and smooth wires longer. First, you can start with the unsalted shampoo, which will gently wipe the scalp without damaging the smoothing effect. Already at the next wash, maybe it's time to invest in products for chemically treated hair, as they will moisturize, strengthen and repair the hair roots when they start to grow.

In addition, the most recommended by dermatologists is to apply the salt-free shampoo only to the scalp and massage with the fingertips - never with the nails - to stimulate growth. When the foam begins to descend to the length, it is time to rinse and apply the conditioner from the middle to the ends of the hair.

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Anti-residue shampoos do not even think!

The proposal of deep cleansing anti-waste shampoos may even be seductive, but you will be compromising your brush. This type of hygienizer with a higher pH than normal opens the cuticles of the hair, removing excess substances accumulated in the wires and scalp, including chemical processes such as smoothing and coloring.