8 Things That Happen When You Stop Washing Your Hair Every Day

Shampooing is one of the most common daily habits that we want to indulge in early in the morning. However, expensive blow-dry’s, time-consuming styling qualms and a wide range of dry shampoo varieties compel us to delay washing our hair as much as we can.

Shampooing less and less has become the trending hair care norm for countless women are grabbing these dry shampoos and countless other products that will help them rock their expensive blowouts and hair styles for as long as they possibly can.

Hair colourists and stylists always recommend strongly against this supposedly healthy habit of shampooing every single day. You see, experts believe that washing your hair every day has more disadvantages than benefits, as it makes your hair brittle by denying your scalp the chance to produce its natural oils and nutrients, which are extremely essential for the strength and beauty of your hair.

Stop Washing Hair Expirement

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We must allow our scalp to create a harmonious balance between the naturally-produced scalp oils, and the synthetic chemicals present within our shampoos and conditioners.

If you’ve always felt guilty about giving your hair a lack of adequate shampooing, rest assured because research reveals that it is absolutely healthy to avoid shampooing one’s hair for at least 2-3 days. And if you have the kind of hair type that never gets oily, you can even avoid washing your hair for a longer period of time.

Here, take a look at all the benefits and drawbacks of shampooing irregularly and with longer intervals:

1. A Shinier Mane

Natural scalp oils can help you bring back that lustrous shine that you adored about your hair, because the best trick to help your hair regain their shininess is to allow them to marinate in their own natural oils. We strongly recommend you to take a flattened boar bristle brush to spread out the natural scalp oils as evenly as possible from the roots to the ends.

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