Sunday, 3 April 2016

Reverse Hair Washing | Tip of The Day


In my today’s “Tip of the Day post” I will be telling you all about a twist in a traditional procedure of shampooing and conditioning hair and this twist is known as reverse hair washing which is very exciting.

Reverse hair washing procedure was around for quite some times but I never thought of giving it a try. When it started popping here and there more frequently, then I did some research and found out that this trick was working wonders for people with oily and fine hair which is exactly my hair situation. I have oily scalp, fine without any volume hair and frizzy ends.  Therefore, I decided to give it a shot.

Reverse hair washing is the procedure in which we use conditioner before washing hair with shampoo. This procedure is very simple. Saturate your hair well with water. Then take your standard conditioner and spread it all over your hair from roots to tips. Leave it for 5 minutes and then wash it out with shampoo.

After my first attempt I felt real difference in the appearance of my hair. My hair was much smoother and the ends were more nourished. Not only the appearance of hair was improved but also hair was very soft to touch.

One thing I want to mention is that after two or three times of reverse hair washing, I go back to the traditional way of shampooing and conditioning for deep cleansing scalp and hair. I am hoping that this trick works out the same as it did for me but at the end we all are different with different conditions and environment around us which also effects our hair.

Love to you all <3


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24 comments:

  1. This is so cool! I had no idea reverse shampooing existed!

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  2. Interesting... There are a lot of ways of doing everything literally!

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  3. I 've heard about this tips and I think this doesn't suit me since I have a super dry hair ._.
    Anw thanks for sharing ^^

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  4. Fabulous review. Loved your detailed post.
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  5. This is an awesome tip! I would love to try this for at least once! =)

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  6. I actually do this sometimes too specially when my hair is really tangled, the conditioner helps untangle my hair quicker and make it soft and smooth. After doing that I use shampoo and was my hair. You're right there is a difference in my hair when I do it this way. Sometimes I do shampoo then conditioner it depends how my hair is behaving on the day I am going to wash it.

    Great Post :-)

    Leslie xoxo

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  7. never heard of reserve shampooing! nice tip! i'll try this out tomorrow!

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  8. I've been doing this for years but I condition, shampoo then condition again because my fair is so frizzy and gets tangled super easy

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    1. I also sometimes use conditioner at the end if my hair ends are getting very dry and rough.

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  9. i do that always when washing my hair.
    its easier to washing your hair and fast to do :p
    Thank you for the tips.

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    1. I also feel that it takes less time to wash hair this way. this is very ironic to say :)

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  10. I have never tried reverse hair washing, heard of it though! Now that you have suggested the same will surely give it a go

    - xoxo - chai - GIG Love

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  11. I have extra fine hair with oily scalp. I have tried this reverse method quite a few times but not sure why it didn't work for me! If I don't use conditioner afterwards my hair feel so dry!

    much love... GreenStory

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    1. Conditioner weigh down fine hair. So with this method you can get little bit lift to roots. But if you are using conditioner at the end make sure you only use it at the end. Hope it help.

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  12. That is a great tip! Thanks for sharing it with us. Would love to try :)

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  13. wooo great tips ..i want to try this the next round..but i hv coarse hair..not sure if it will works..

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  14. I've learned reverse washing when I started blogging - haha the things you read online. This really works though and have been doing this too.

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  15. have tried it before (not in the precise manner u have done) but it didn't work that well for me :/
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  16. That's really interesting, I've never heard of this before! I have almost waist length hair and it gets split so much, I'm always trying to find ways to fix it. I'll have to try this!

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