It’s time to get your grooming done and let your hair down, if you’re the sort of person who likes a good scrub and a good mop.
We’ve come up with a list of the best personal grooming routines to help you get your sex lives back on track.1.
Cleaning your hair once a week to keep it looking better than it’s always beenThis is something most people can do in the mornings, but some people find the first few times they brush their hair the easiest.
We have a handy step-by-step guide on the benefits of keeping your hair soft and fresh.2.
Using a hairbrush for daily brushingThis isn’t about brushing your hair twice a week, but instead every other day, if possible.
This will help to maintain your hair in good condition and prevent breakage.
You can get a great idea of the type of hair you’ll need by checking out our hair colour guide.3.
Shampooing once a day and using a comb for daily cleaningWe don’t recommend using a hair shampoo for the first two weeks, but if you can, it will definitely help to get the hang of it.
If you can’t find a hair conditioner, we have a guide on how to get a good one.4.
Drying your hair with shampooEvery now and then you’ll find yourself wanting to do something about your hair, so you might want to consider using a special shampoo for that.
This is particularly important if you have a stubborn hair style or if your hair is in a particular spot, as it can cause the strands to curl up.5.
Rubbing your hair everyday, and every day for a few weeksThis can be a good habit for those of you who are into it, as you’ll be getting rid of that stubborn hair on the outside and letting your hair come out on the inside.
The trick is to do it regularly, so make sure you’re using the same shampoo for each use.6.
Combing your natural hair with a hair brush to maintain good, clean curlsWe love the natural feeling of natural hair, and a comb is an ideal way to get good, natural results.
The best hair conditioners are made with natural ingredients, so they’ll be a lot less messy than artificial ones.
If you want to get away from the conventional ways of doing hair care, we’ve got a handy guide on hair condition and the best hair products to buy.7.
Lather, rinse, and repeatIf you’re like us, you’ll love to wash your hair as much as possible before and after you brush it.
This includes using a shampoo, conditioner and even a hair care product to ensure that your hair has a fresh shine.
You should also use a gentle lather on your fingers and scalp, as they will help remove excess oils and impurities that may be present.8.
Using products with natural hair textureThere’s a lot of different types of hair products that have natural hair textures, from the gel and shine of our favourites to the more traditional types of products, which are made up of oil and oils mixed together.
If your hair isn’t naturally straight, you can use products that contain natural hair oil or hair dye to achieve a smooth, shiny look.9.
Using hair condition or a hair colour conditionerA hair conditionor is a kind of shampoo that contains shampoo and conditioner ingredients that you can mix and mix to achieve different hair textures.
This can be used for different hair types, including natural hair types.
We love using a product like the Bobbi Brown Hair Colour Conditioner.10.
Lathering your hair and scalp with a shampoo and moisturiserA moisturiser is an essential part of hair care because it gently moisturises your hair.
You don’t need a lot, as long as it’s not too strong.
A lot of people prefer using a good moisturiser and conditioners over the cheaper products on the market.
Some of the most popular moisturisers are: Dove, Sally Beauty, The Naughty Pig, Sally Hansen, Jo Malone, Bobbi-Jo, Boba and More.11.
Clean your hair every day, but not too oftenA lot of women like to use a little extra time each day to get their hair looking good, and we’ve compiled a list that will help you achieve that.
There are plenty of ways to do this, so if you want a quick guide on what to do with your hair after you shampoo and apply your conditioner or moisturiser, check out our guide on keeping your sexlife on track and getting ready for your next date.