It’s an old question that people answer differently – how often should you wash your hair?
In 2015, 2/3 of women supported daily shampoowhile a third try to do it 2-3 times a week.
But times – and trends – have changed, and now 60% of women say they are too busy washing their hair.
With previous locks making it easy to skip laundry days, your self-washing course has exploded with #hairtraining videos reaching over 100 million views.
The process requires you to teach your hair how to wash itself, by washing it less and less to reach a once-a-month schedule.
Extending the interval between shampoos makes your hair less dependent on products, a method that has allowed Enya Brennan to go two years without oiling.
The 24-year-old administrator from Enfield, North London, said: ‘I don’t wash my hair with any products – it’s been two years.
“I tend to only wash my hair with water about twice a week, sometimes more if I exercise and sweat a lot.
“Usually people just stop washing their hair completely and then go through this really greasy phase, but I didn’t want my hair to be greasy at all so I did it gradually by not washing my hair for a few days. more days each time.
“When I was two weeks, I would see greasy hair for a day or two but I only use dry shampoo. So then I did my laundry every two weeks for a while. “
“Three months was a turning point for me, after which it was completely greasy.
“There was a time when I had dandruff for a week, but I just left it on and washed it with water. Now I don’t have scalp irritation anymore – but when I wash my hair regularly, I often get flaky.
“Typically, experts say hair should be washed regularly to remove grease, dirt, and product build-up. However, Enya says that hairdressers now always comment on how healthy her mane is. “
She said: ‘I always go to different salons and stylists always say they can’t believe how shiny and healthy my hair is. They also never cut much as I don’t really get split ends.
“It also saves me money, as I have to pay for a dry cut to avoid washing – this costs about £20 on average and I go every six months. My hair is short so it’s more manageable – but definitely stronger than if I had long hair.
“People always ask to smell it because they’re curious and believe it must smell like sweat or musk, but it just smells like something – like your skin doesn’t smell anything. They are often shocked because I look good and don’t get greasy.
“People suspect it won’t work on their hair – and I know depending on your hair type it can be different, but for me, it really worked.
“Everybody uses dry shampoo on their hair, it’s just that they’re trying to do it more often.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17674801/no-shampoo-hair-years/ I’m so lazy, I haven’t used shampoo in two years