How to Find the Best Hair Care Routine Based on Your Type?

Summer is going strong, which means we still need some serious protection from the sun. But we’re not just talking about protecting our skins, even though that too is a must. What about our hair? Many think that our hair is there to protect the scalp and make us look pretty. While that is true, it can’t go without a care routine of its own.

But how do you choose what’s good for your hair in a sea of hair care products? Do you need a hair mask? Or maybe you should try oiling your roots? There are many questions, and while Google offers just as many answers, it’s easy to become overwhelmed.

So, we’ve combed through all the information we could find and are bringing you a base hair care routine for your hair type. What is your hair type, you wonder? We’re glad you’ve asked because that’s the first thing we need to figure out. Read on.


Finding Your Hair Type

Let’s talk about hair types before pointing you toward affordable haircare. The first thing you should know is that you have one of the following types:

  • Normal
  • Dry
  • Oily

And there’s a pretty simple way to determine which type you belong to. First and foremost, it’s essential to know your hair type because it helps guide you toward the correct products to use. Sure, you can use any shampoo and conditioner you want if you think your hair doesn’t need much to look good. But stick around, and we’ll show you that your hair can look even better if you just use the right products.

How do you find your hair type, then? Wash your hair and let it dry naturally before going to bed. In the morning, take a blotting paper or a tissue and press it onto your scalp. If the tissue is dry, you have a dry hair type. On the other hand, if the tissue is oily, you have the oily type. Of course, if you find just a few specks of oil, you probably have normal hair. Now, onto the routines!

Routine for Normal Hair Type

If you have a normal hair type, you probably don’t have a lot of issues with your hair. You wash it probably twice a week because it doesn’t get oily fast. What’s more, it always looks shiny and healthy, without any major (or visible) damage. To summarize, you’re definitely in luck!

While this kind of hair means you can use almost any product, it doesn’t mean you should stop caring for it altogether. So, what should your routine look like? Here is the product rundown:

  1. Shampoo
  2. Conditioner

Oh yes, it’s that simple. Luckily, you can find all of that in this Ma’na Organix Haircare Pack. Of course, if you use any heating tools like the Dyson Airwrap or others, you should use a heat protectant. Occasional hair masks or deep conditioners are optional and can be a great way to nourish your hair some more. Plus, use hair styling products as you wish, but don’t forget that letting them build up is never good.

Routine for Dry Hair Type

The “Take care, brush your hair!” guy gave us a great tip, but that may not apply to dry hair unless you want it to fall flat and look lifeless. So, if you have dry hair, you may struggle with a dry scalp, dandruff, split ends, and hair that looks frizzy most of the time. We bet that’s not the desired look you were going for. This is the hair type that needs a bit more care, but luckily we know exactly what you should use. Your routine should look something like this:

  1. Pre-shampoo hair oil treatment
  2. Hydrating shampoo
  3. Conditioner
  4. Hair or scalp mask
  5. Leave-in treatment

One of the best tips for dry hair we can give you is that it’s all about locking in moisture. And since it all starts with hair oil, we recommend trying this Papaya Hair Oil. It will make all the difference for your dry and itchy scalp.

Routine for Oily Hair Type

Why is my hair greasy after showering!?” is the million-dollar question all oily-haired people want to know. But we have the answer — it’s all in your routine. Maybe you’re not rinsing properly? Maybe you are using too many products? Or perhaps you are simply applying products that aren’t meant for your hair type? We know having to wash your hair every day is a struggle, and how frustrating it must be that sometimes that doesn’t even clean it. So, let’s talk about the right routine for people with this hair type:

  1. Shampoo
  2. Conditioner

Yes, your routine should be minimalistic because you want to avoid using too many products that will weigh your hair down. Instead, avoid using products near your scalp unless it’s a clarifying mask, and use less conditioner than you think you need. Additionally, try not to touch your hair as much, and lengthen your time between washes by using a Volumizing Dry Shampoo. But it’s important not to abuse the dry shampoo either. So, you’ll have to figure out just how oily your hair is and how often you should wash it.

Hair Care Is Simple

Now that you know what your routine should look like, it’s easy to do a bit more research and discover the exact hair products you need. Don’t let people tell you to avoid flat irons and blow dryers. These styling tools might not be the best but can be used safely if you protect your hair first.

Normal, dry, or oily scalp — all types of hair need care and attention. So, head on to our Bath & Shower category or simply search “hair” on our website to find the best USA-made products!

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