YOUR VIRGIN HAIR CARE ROUTINE

YOUR VIRGIN HAIR CARE ROUTINE

There are endless hair color trends and techniques, as well as chemical treatments such as keratin treatments, that tempt us these days. However, if you still have your natural virgin strands—and want to keep them—good for you! We bet your hair is super healthy and gorgeous, as long as you’re keeping up with a consistent hair care routine. Need help whipping your routine into shape? Here’s a simple, four-step routine to try.

STEP #1: WASH REGULARLY

The first step in any hair care routine is, of course, to shampoo and condition your strands regularly. If you have virgin hair, look for a shampoo and conditioner system that’s formulated to be gentle on your strands and address any hair concerns you naturally face. If frizzy hair is your primary concern, reach for the L’Oréal Paris EverPure Frizz-Defy Shampoo and L’Oréal Paris EverPure Frizz-Defy Conditioner. If your strands are feeling lackluster and dry, find a system that’s formulated to replenish moisture, like the L’Oréal Paris EverCreme Deep Nourish Shampoo and L’Oréal Paris EverCreme Deep Nourish Conditioner.

STEP #2: SCRUB YOUR SCALP

Regardless of your hair type or whether you have colored or virgin hair, you can benefit from exfoliating your scalp. Whether or not you realize it, your scalp is an extension of your complexion, and it needs to be healthy and properly cleansed in order to produce healthy strands. Over time, things like excess oil, dead skin cells, and leftover hair care product can build up on your scalp. Slough these things away a few times each month with the L’Oréal Paris Everfresh Micro-Exfoliating Scrub.

STEP #3: DEEP CONDITION

We often tout the importance of using a weekly or bi-weekly deep conditioning treatment when you have colored strands, but they can be equally beneficial for virgin hair. A couple of times a week, swap out your regular conditioner for the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Rapid Reviver Deep Conditioner. It’s easier and quicker to use than you might think—just leave the conditioner on for one minute, rinse out, and go about the rest of your hair routine as usual.

STEP #4: USE A LEAVE-IN TREATMENT

After you step out of the shower, apply a nourishing hair treatment or serum to your damp strands. Doing so after every wash can help keep your virgin hair looking healthy and hydrated. Simply apply a dime-sized amount of the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil-In-Cream onto the lengths and ends of your hair, then style however you please. You can also use a bit of the same product on dry hair as a finishing touch to help tame flyaways and smooth frizz.

BONUS VIRGIN HAIR CARE TIPS

Even though your strands haven’t been touched by any chemicals or dyes, you can still go beyond the basics to keep your hair looking its healthiest.

TIP #1: SHOWER WITH LUKEWARM WATER

A steaming hot shower may feel good, but it doesn’t do your hair any favors. Turn the dial down just a tad (lukewarm water is best) when you’re washing your hair in order to prevent its natural oils from being stripped away.

TIP #2: LET YOUR CONDITIONER SIT

This is an unspoken shower rule, and it’s important! After you apply your conditioner, let it sit on your hair for a minute or two before washing out. This way, the product has more time to do its thing on your strands. We recommend doing something else while you’re waiting, like washing your face or shaving your legs, then coming back to your conditioner.

 

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