How to Create the Best Hair Care Regimen for You

How to Create the Best Hair Care Regimen for You

Skin care has been a famous topic on the internet and across the country for a few years now. Everyone is talking about the various steps they take to keep their skin smooth and blemish-free. Some even have a 10-step skin care routine that they do every day!

However, aside from your skin, you should take some time to care for your hair. After all, who would not want to see your luscious locks framing your beautiful face?

So, how do you take care of your hair? You might want to start creating a hair care regimen just like you did for your skin. Here is a list of care tips for different hair types to get you started:

Know Your Hair Type and Condition

Similar to skin, there are various hair types that require different methods and amounts of care. To make sure that you are creating the proper hair care regimen, you should first determine your hair type. There are some factors that you need to consider:


This refers to how thick every strand of your hair is. To determine this, you need to take one hair strand and pinch it with your fingertips.

If you feel like you are not holding onto anything, you might have fine hair. If you can feel the strand you are holding, your hair has medium width. Meanwhile, if the hair strand feels thick or textured, your hair might be coarse.


Density can tell you how much hair you have on your head. You can determine your hair’s density by putting it in a ponytail and measuring the circumference. Take a look at this chart to know how dense your hair is:

<2 inchesLow
2–3 inchesMedium
>3 inchesHigh


This factor refers to how much product and moisture your hair can absorb. To find out how porous your hair is, take a bowl and fill it with water. Next, place a strand of hair on the water and see if it floats or sinks.

If the strand sinks, that means your hair is porous and can easily absorb water and products. But if it floats, your hair has low porosity.


Your hair texture describes how your hair appears. You can determine this factor simply by looking at your hair. Is it straight, wavy, or curly?

Aside from knowing your hair type, you should assess your hair’s condition. Damaged, processed hair requires more care and products than healthy, virgin hair.

If you have previously dyed or bleached your hair, you might need to think of a healthy hair care regimen that can provide you with extra nourishment. You might also have to skip washing your hair every few days to avoid color fading and dryness.

Additionally, you should think about any other concerns you may have, such as breakage and dandruff. Knowing all these before establishing a hair care routine will allow you to tweak your steps to address the issues you are experiencing.

Learn About the Steps You Need to Include

Before heading to the store and shopping for your hair care products, you first need to know about the different steps that come with a proper hair care regimen. These are the basic things you need to do to take care of your hair:


Leaving your hair unwashed will cause sebum to build up on your hair and scalp, causing oiliness. You will also experience an accumulation of dead skin that may turn into visible, unsightly flakes.

This is why it is important that you clean your hair regularly. Using a high-quality shampoo will allow you to get rid of the product residue and dead skin buildup on your scalp.


This step is where you apply a product to your hair to keep it hydrated. Conditioners can also make your hair shinier, less tangled, and less frizzy.


If your hair tends to be on the drier side, you might want to add further hydration to your hair. You can do this by using a quality product that helps lock moisture in your hair. Make sure to apply your moisturizing products after bathing and while your hair is still damp.


Style your hair any way you want with the right tools and products. If you are considering using heated tools to straighten or curl your hair, you should definitely use a protective spray to keep your hair safe.

Special Treatment

This step is dedicated to addressing any issues you may have on your hair or scalp. Whether you noticed a frizzy part on your hair or an unusually itchy spot on your scalp, this step is when to treat it.

Consider the Products to Use

Now that you are familiar with the steps that should be involved in your hair care regimen, you should start thinking about the products that you need. To determine the best products for your hair type and condition, you can read books or hair care tips posted on the internet.


Shampoo and Conditioner

There is a variety of shampoo and conditioner types available in the market. Here are some of the most common ones you might have heard about:

  • Regular shampoo: This is the most accessible type of shampoo. Most probably this is the product that you use daily when taking a bath. It can clean your hair pretty well without stripping it of its natural oils.
  • Clarifying shampoo: You can use this type of shampoo once in a while to remove any buildup on your hair. However, you should not use it too often because it has quite a strong formula that can remove natural oils from your hair.
  • Deep conditioner: This product provides your hair with extra hydration. You can leave your deep conditioning treatment for a few minutes before rinsing it out to maximize its benefits.
  • Leave-in conditioner: Unlike deep conditioners, you do not rinse out leave-in conditioners. This product allows your hair to absorb the nutrients much longer.
  • 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner: With this product, you can cleanse your hair and hydrate it at the same time.

But you should remember that a good shampoo need not be expensive. All you need is good-quality, moisturizing shampoo that suits your hair’s needs.  For example, if you have coarse or dry hair, you’ll benefit from using a hydrating shampoo.

Additionally, you should use a moisturizing conditioner that works well for dry and/or damaged hair. This will help you ensure that your hair is getting the hydration it needs.

Hair Lotion and Oil

You can use hair lotion to lock in moisture in your hair. Aside from moisturizing, this cream-based product can make your hair stronger to prevent breakage.

Another product you can use is Moringa-O2 Hair Relaxing Serum++ with Argan Oil. This product will allow you to supplement your hair’s natural oils, keeping it moisturized.

Moringa-based hair oils can also make your hair shinier and stronger. Because of the various nutrients in moringa oil, including zinc and keratin, your hair will become healthier if you use it regularly.


Hairstyling Products

There are several products that you can use to prepare your hair depending on your hairstyle. Some styles require hairspray for hold, or wax for shine and hold, while others need mousse and texturizer for added volume.

You can also use a good hair serum daily to tame frizzy, fly-away pieces. However, take care not to use too much; this can only weigh hair down and make it look greasy.

Masks and Treatments

To provide your hair with additional nourishment, you can use different types of hair treatments and masks. Every product can focus on a certain issue, so make sure to buy the right one for the problem you are trying to address.

  • Protein treatment: If your hair is frizzy and prone to breakage, it might require an additional dose of protein. You can use this product every week to repair your cuticles and strengthen and smoothen your hair strands.
  • Scalp treatment: This product is ideal for exfoliating and unclogging hair follicles. You can also use this to stimulate blood circulation to your scalp and encourage hair growth.
  • Targeted mask: Hair masks consist of nourishing ingredients that can help you in solving various hair issues, such as dryness, split ends, and frizz. You can use this product by applying it to your hair and leaving it on for a few minutes before rinsing it.

After deciding on the products to buy based on the needs of your hair, you should make sure to use each one appropriately and consistently. Remember that you will not get any results by simply spending your money on high-quality hair products.

You need to commit to sticking to your hair care regimen—for at least a few weeks—until you see any differences. If you feel like your routine is not doing anything, you can experiment with different products until you find one that works and add a few more steps to your regimen. You can also read more hair care tips that you can do at home.

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