7 Myths About Shampoo You Need to Stop Believing
Huffington Post - about 2 years
By Renee Jacques, Allure Photo: Delphine Achard/WWD You've probably been washing your own hair for decades by now, right? You'd think you--and the other few billions of people on this planet--would have it down pat, but a Google search of "how often should I shampoo" yields more than 13 million results. Couple that with all the recent shampooing trends (read: co-washing, no-pooing), and suddenly, sudsing up is no longer child's play. That's why we asked top stylists (and one scalp expert!) to list the biggest myths about shampoo they wish people would stop believing. Myth: You should wash your hair every day. "For the most part, washing your hair every day is not great. Washing daily produces more oil, and the hair gets even oilier, faster. People think that daily washing would help, but it actually has an adverse effect. Washing two or three times a week is good." --Teddy Charles, a hairstylist who works with Amber Heard and Taylor Swift Myth: Shampooing will increase sh...
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