New ‘Reverse Hair Washing’ Trend Might Be The Secret To Super Clean And Gorgeous Hair

Date March 15, 2018

Recently, reverse hair washing has emerged as a new trend in a hair styling community. It promises to give your hair more volume and shine – just like the models in the shampoo adverts have.


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The method is very simple: It’s just like a regular wash but in a reverse order. Firstly, you need to apply your conditioner and then shampoo. Reverse hair washing works for pretty much all hair types, but the ones who lack in volume and suffer from dryness and frizz will benefit the most.

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If your hair limp and oily or dry and damaged, you might consider trying this trick. Also, if you use a lot of hair products, it might help you to clean it better afterword to prevent the product build-up.


Benefits of the reverse hair washing:

    • it will stop the hair from getting greasy too fast whilst keeping the volume;
    • it provides nourishment to the hair and makes it shinier;
    • it helps to get rid of frizz and fly-aways;


Why you should try this method.

Normally, you would use shampoo first and then conditioner in your hair. But it may not be the best way, not for everyone, but for most hair types. When you use shampoo, you remove dirt and grease but at the same time, you also remove your hair’s natural oils. To prevent it becoming dry, you then apply conditioner, which provides your hair with ‘fake oils’.

But when you apply conditioner first, you put a protective shield over your hair and when you proceed with shampoo, the harsh cleansers in the product won’t penetrate as deep, so you’ll wash away less of your natural oils. This method provides a gentler cleanse.

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Have you ever tried this method and if so, has it worked for you?

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This article is solely for informational purposes. Before using any of the information provided above, consult a certified specialist. Use of the information outlined above can be harmful to health. The editorial board does not guarantee any results and does not bear any responsibility for harm or other consequences that may result from the use of the information provided above.