Choose the Best Shampoo for Your Hair Type

Buying a shampoo is not the easiest of things, and it can turn into a problematic stressful endeavor for some. How do you ensure that the things mentioned on the bottle are what suits the hair and scalp on the head? You shouldn’t be worried every time you have to buy shampoo for yourself.   When you enter the market, you should be able to pick the oily scalp shampoos if that is what you want, but how do you determine what your hair wants? Here is a list of few things that can help you ease the process and make selection simple.

Shampoo for Your Hair Type

Know Your Scalp Type 

You should know here that shampoo is mainly used to cleanse the dirt, oil, and products not just from the hair but from your scalp too. Thus you need to know if you have a scalp that is too oily or too dry. Along with that, you will have to see how your hairs are so that you can choose the conditioner accordingly. You need to know that shampoo is majorly for scalp and roots, and the conditioner is for your hair length or say the ends.

Oily Scalps

If you have an oily scalp, then it is likely that you have tried like a range of oily scalp shampoos. It is also possible that along with that you might have tried washing your hairs as often as possible to keep the scalp dry and oil-free.

Now let’s have a look at what you require if the above process is not working. Check the label and pick something that says balancing, add volume, or extra strength as they are non-moisturizing products that will keep the excess cream/oil away from the scalp. A common mistake made with shampoo is that people with oily scalp pick a shampoo that is hydrating, moisturizing, or appropriate for curly hairs after analyzing their hairs, which tend to be dry. Remember, the shampoo is more for scalp and less for the hair.


Relaxers with Hair Color

LLYHtour Chat: Is there a difference between chemically relaxing and chemically coloring your natural hair? We all know one straightens and one strips away natural color, but is there a difference? Is it possible to be anti perm but pro color? or is it just plain contradictory? 

Some may argue that the deep rooted need for some black women who feel that the “European straight” look is more beautiful from years of social standard while in turn, yearning for the straight look, is the same argument when some black women (like myself) want to change to a lighter hair color. Does this mean that I have issues with my standard of beauty or that I just yearn for versatility? 

I like to have fun with my hair just like I like to change my lipstick, clothes, nails etc.. I feel as long as the route of my intentions are light and fun while still appreciating and being comfortable with my natural self, I have the right to say that “it’s not that deep” for me. 

One of my main goals is to help others get to the “it’s not that deep” stage because in my opinion, it equals a sense of freedom. Freedom is the message. Not limiting yourself to a box or category just to be considered “all natural” or just to be considered anything specific for that matter. As longs as the ROOT is acknowledged and cleared.. The fruits have no issue with change. 

What are your thoughts???