For many people, how to choose a shampoo that suits their hair quality is a headache. There are many shampoo brands on the market, and there are many kinds of shampoos under each brand, each of which has different effects. no the same. So how should we choose? 1. How do you judge your hair quality? Generally, hair types are divided into four categories: oily, normal, dry, and mixed. Oily hair: The scalp is rich in sebaceous glands, and the oil secreted is too strong, resulting in oily hair and more dandruff. It is easy to deform after being blown by the wind, and it is shiny and shiny.
Normal hair: healthy and normal hair with moderate water and oil, smooth and shiny, not greasy, not dry, easy to style and manage, and may have a small amount of dandruff. Dry hair: Lack of sebum or moisture, the hair is stiff, inelastic, dull, easy to knot, curled at the root, yellow at the ends, split ends and easy to break. Mixed hair type: the hair root near the scalp is oily, and the hair gets drier towards the tip. 2. Shampoo selection principle Oily hair type: You can choose simple cleansing shampoo with neutral or alkaline pH.
At the same time, oil components are easy to cause bacterial growth, so it is best to add anti-dandruff and antibacterial ingredients to shampoo. Neutral hair: Neutral, slightly acidic shampoo, with simple care ingredients. Dry hair: Slightly acidic, weakly acidic shampoo with conditioning ingredients, used with conditioner, or often oiled.
Combination hair: cleanse first, then condition. That is, treat it according to oily hair first, then use conditioner to care for the hair strands, and avoid contact with the scalp. 3. Seven sensory indicators of shampoo A good shampoo must have sensory indicators such as wetness, dryness, foam, gloss, anti-oiliness, irritation, and anti-itching.
1. Wetness: refers to the softness of hair when washing and flushing. It will not make each other entangled, and will not feel astringent. 2. Dry smoothness: refers to the smooth effect after shampooing and drying.
3. Foam degree: refers to the ability of shampoo to foam. The more foam, the stronger the cleaning power and the better the oil removal ability. 4. Glossiness: A good shampoo will add some nutrients to the ingredients.
It can give the hair the nutrients it needs when shampooing, and can also form a protective film on the hair surface to make the hair shiny and bright. 5. Anti-oil degree: refers to the oil control time of shampoo. 6. Irritation: Low-irritation shampoo is our constant pursuit.
This feature is only known after use. 7. Anti-itching: Shampoo can achieve no itching within three to four days after shampooing, so it can be regarded as a good shampoo.