How to Use Reverse Shampooing to Make Your Hair Soft and Luscious

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Have you guys heard that shampooing too often is bad for your hair? It destroys the natural oils that your body produces and causes your hair to become dry and brittle. About 2 years ago, a sorority sister of mine told me about reverse shampooing.

The basic premise is that you use your conditioner to protect your hair while you wash it.

Make your hair more soft and luscious by reverse shampooing!!

If you condition your hair first, it will protect your hair from the shampoo. Based upon what type of hair you have (dry, oily, etc.) you can decide whether to rinse out any, some, or all of the conditioner before applying your shampoo.

I personally condition my whole head: roots to ends. I briefly rinse my hair in the water and then only shampoo my roots. When my hair is sufficiently clean, I rinse all of the product out of my hair.

This process leaves my hair feeling silky and smooth and it never looks oily (all the blondes out there know my pain).

This method is perfect for the everyday shower-er and the athlete, because you totally need to shower after running, but its awful for your hair to wash it every day.

Make your hair more soft and luscious by reverse shampooing!!

Along with shampooing properly, I also changed up the quality of product I used in my hair. I live and die by TRESemme Keratin Smooth. When I was in college I was using the cheap dollar store shampoo to save money and I regret it so much now!

TRESemme products are excellent and very reasonably priced for their quality. They also go on sale/have coupons often that can be stacked for major savings at CVS. 

What methods have you used to keep your hair game strong? Any one out there reverse shampoo? Leave a comment and let me know!!

blondie

4 thoughts on “How to Use Reverse Shampooing to Make Your Hair Soft and Luscious

  1. Lol I love the beauty industry. This is an awesome idea. When I used to relax my hair, I’d first put in oils then relax, it always prevented my hair from burning. I guess it’s the same principle.

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