By now, you’ve heard that there’s nothing like a good shampoo and conditioner.
It’s a necessity for every woman, but you may not know how to apply it.
I’ve spent the last two years writing an online guide on how to keep those curls and locks looking and feeling their best.
Here’s how: Wash your hair.
Wash your locks and your scalp in a dishwasher.
Apply a thin layer of conditioner to your scalp to help soften and protect it from sunburn and hair loss.
Use a gentle scrub or a shampoo and comb to remove dead skin cells, which will help to prevent frizz.
Tidy and condition your hair with a comb and a hairbrush.
Keep your hair in a tight bun.
Use the hairbrush to gently remove excess oil and dead skin cell buildup, and to help remove knots and frizz that can occur with too much shampoo.
Use one or two light comb strokes for a light, smooth, and gentle wash.
Apply conditioner sparingly, to keep the shampoo and product from sticking to your hair and scalp.
Use conditioner every two to three weeks.
Use Conditioner for Men by Mayo Clinic and Dove to condition hair and skin.
Wash and condition hair with conditioner and conditioners made for men.
This conditioner works to restore moisture and elasticity, and it’s great for curly and wavy hair.
To find the right product for you, see the Mayo Clinic Hair Care Guide to Find the Best Conditioner For Your Hair, which is the perfect resource for getting the most out of your conditioner by using only the most common products.