How often should I shampoo?

Dry
  1. Fine or Oily Hair: Fine hair or hair prone to oiliness may require more frequent washing to remove excess oil and prevent a weighed-down appearance. Washing every day or every other day can help keep the scalp and hair clean and fresh.
  2. Normal or Medium Hair: Normal or medium hair types typically benefit from washing every two to three days. This allows for natural oils to distribute throughout the hair, maintaining its health and moisture balance.
  3. Dry or Thick Hair: Dry or thick hair tends to be more prone to dryness and can benefit from less frequent washing. Washing every two to four days, or even less frequently, can help retain natural oils and prevent further dryness.
  4. Curly or Coily Hair: Curly or coily hair types tend to be drier due to the structure of the hair strands, which can impede the distribution of natural oils. As a result, washing every three to five days or even once a week can be suitable. However, it’s essential to focus on deep conditioning and moisturizing techniques to maintain hydration and manageability.

Remember that these are general guidelines, and it’s essential to observe your hair’s specific needs and adjust the washing frequency accordingly. Factors such as scalp condition, product usage, and personal preference can also influence the optimal washing pattern for an individual.