Waiting a day or two between washes and turning to dry shampoo in the interim can mean that by the time you get around to washing your hair, there’s a lot of product buildup on your scalp. And if you have long hair, it can take a lot more shampoo to get your hair feeling clean.
You’d have experienced this if you’ve ever shampooed your hair and noticed that the shampoo just wasn’t lathering up the way it used to on usual days. Side note: Your shampoo doesn’t actually have to lather to be effective; it can sometimes be sulphates in your shampoo that are causing your product to froth up.
Instead of using a single shot of shampoo that’s going to do an ineffective job at cleaning your scalp and hair, you might need to wash your hair twice with a smaller amount each time – sort of like having several smaller meals instead of a massive meal.
For the most effective hair wash method, click through the gallery to follow the simple steps!