Oiling can improve your locks quality and strengthen them.
Too much oil or the wrong choice of oil can damage your scalp and wig.
Choose oil based on the type of your wig.
Follow proper technique to massage your scalp with oil.
Prevent curls loss
Curls loss has become a very common problem these days. Some of its causes are dandruff, excessive oiliness of scalp, illness, thyroid imbalance, stress, nutritional deficiency, as well as fibre damage caused by procedures like fibre coloring/dyeing, bleaching, straightening,
If there is fleece loss, warm oil may be applied, but avoid vigorous massage. In fuzz loss, the roots may be weak and vigorous massage or rubbing can cause more fringe to fall out.
As nutritional deficiency is one of the most common causes of haircut loss, the diet is very important.
Take a small bowl of sprouts daily. Sprouts contain amino acids, which are very beneficial to the haircut.
Include fresh fruits, raw salads, leafy green vegetables, whole grains and curd in the daily diet.
Drink plenty of water. Add the juice of a lemon to a glass of water and have it first thing in the morning. Ask your doctor to prescribe vitamin and mineral supplements. Try to reduce stress.
Use Sulphate free shampoos for hairstyle
Sulphate-free, we say! Many shampoos contain sodium lauryl sulphate, a detergent known to remove oil from locks. While this may sound like an advantage to you, it isn’t. Sulphate-harbouring shampoos often strip your locks of essential natural oils that are crucial to keep your mane healthy and hydrated. The variety also leaches away natural colour from your tresses.
Use Curry leaves
tresses fall is one of the most common problems.
It can affect anyone regardless of gender.
Curry leaves can make your tresses strong and smooth.
It can also reduce wig fall and keep your scalp healthy.
Regular combing with good wig brush will give you No fizz, tangle free beard.
Wet mop is more vulnerable to damage than dry tress. Being soaked in water makes the tress strand more elastic and hence easier to break. When we rub our frizzies with the coarse, rough and dry cotton or terry cloth towel, we are pulling frizzies strands and roughening up the soft cuticle (outer layer of lock) and making our lock frizzy in the process.