How to properly wash your hair, so that they remain clean longer and voluminous
Tips / / December 19, 2019
Tips from the famous Paris colorist who knows how to give your hair an unprecedented volume and shine.
Christophe Robin (Christophe Robin)
Known colorist who has worked with many Hollywood stars, Expert L'Oreal Paris, the creator of a line of hair Christophe Robin.
Comb your hair to make it easier to do after washing. Christophe Robin advises first comb the ends, and then the hair roots.
Coat the tips of any natural oil for hair and comb it again. Well suited pure almond or argan oil. Ideally, you want to leave it on the hair for the night, but it is possible to limit and 15 minutes. Christophe does not recommend using air conditioning, because it weigh down your hair.
Use a shampoo that suits your hair type.
Colorist I noticed that dyed hair better to wash Daily Conditioner. A shampoo with sulfates can be used for those who have non-colored hair and greasy roots. Owners of curly hair instead of shampoo should pay attention to the cleaning the air conditioner, since such hair prone to dryness.
According to Christophe Robin, many women use too much product. "About a teaspoon of money would be enough," - he said. Lather shampoo and rub it with your fingers (not nails) in the roots of the hair, without touching the ends. Head should be lowered to give the hair volume and improve circulation.
Thoroughly rinse off the shampoo. "In fact, many devote enough time to this process and does not wash off the detergent completely, - says Christophe. - Hair should squeak of purity. "
If you want to use the air conditioner, apply it only on the tips. Christophe Robin recommends once a week, use a hair mask deep conditioning. Pick a mask depending on the hair type.
Do not comb wet hair, as it spoils their structure. Here's how advises dry hair colorist: "Lower your head and fast movements like a shock to the hair with a towel on both sides." This will not only facilitate the combing, but also give the roots amount.
Christophe Robin himself admits that his method of washing hair - a process long enough. But if you do everything right, then wash your hair less often have: two times a week will be enough.
Do not overdo with a dry shampoo. It will not replace your full-fledged washing hair. Instead, when absolutely necessary to spray little greasy roots acetic solution (five drops of apple vinegar in 100 g of water). In contrast to the dry shampoo, it does not leave any marks and conditions the scalp.
Watch a video in which Christophe himself explains in detail the whole process.
Christophe Robin Paris, a colorist for Catherine Deneuve, Tilda Swinton and many other celebrities, is showing us how to properly wash our hair with Elisabeth Holder of Ladurée. He is sharing his technique, which he says brings extra shine. It's a treatment passed down by his grandmother that you can do at home. Comment with your questions below, and NYT reporter Bee Shapiro will ask some.
Published The New York Times Styles April 18, 2017