Top 4 Tips to Keep Your Short Hair Healthy and Shiny

Top 4 Tips to Keep Your Short Hair Healthy and Shiny

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Published by TOP4 Team

There is a huge misconception that short hair is a lot easier to maintain than a long one. And many women are surprised to see that this is not quite the case once they switch from sporting long locks to a short bob. A good shampoo and conditioner are not the only things you need to keep your short hair healthy and shiny. Here are top four hair care tips to keep short hair healthy and pretty:

1. Trims

A good looking short hair is about maintaining the cut. You need to see your hairstylist regularly, since you will need to get a trim every six to eight weeks to keep your short hair in shape. However, if you plan to grow your hair a bit longer, you can extend your trimming sessions to up to 9 weeks. You can then ask your stylist to give your hair a slight trim with the new length.

2. Healthy Routine

Taking care of short hair almost has the same routine as that of a long hair. The difference is the amount of product you need to use on your hair. Short hair doesn’t need as much shampoo and conditioner, therefore you get to save more.
Wash your hair regularly with the shampoo you usually use and don’t forget to use conditioner to keep it from going dry. If applying hair mask is part of your routine, make sure not to leave it just because you have shorter hair. It’s also important to keep applying your current hair oil to keep your hair healthy and shiny.

3. Scalp Care

Your scalp should get the same attention you give your skin. Dead skin and product excess clog your skin’s pores, and the same goes for your scalp. Excess hair care products on your scalp can form flakes and can make your scalp dry and irritated. You can also add an exfoliating scalp treatment to your hair care routine, which acts as a “facial” for the hair and can help stimulate the scalp.

4. Use of Styling Products

If you rely on styling products to keep your hair looking great, you might want to reduce the frequency and let your short hair breathe. Certain hair products can do more harm than good in the long run. Try to avoid hair products like mousses and gels if they are not necessary. Too much of these can make your hair look dull and greasy.

Sporting a short hair doesn’t mean you can already neglect your hair care routine. Your crowning glory still requires a certain amount of TLC. If you need more information and tips on maintaining healthy beautiful hair, check out this guide.


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