Say goodbye to bad hair days: Essential hair care tips for flawless date look

From herbal hair mask to post-shampoo conditioning, check out some expert-approved hair care tips to help you get ready for

Published on Feb 14, 2023 11:28 AM IST 8 Photos

First impressions are everything, especially when it comes to a date. While picking the perfect outfit and choosing the right makeup are important, having flawless hair is equally crucial. Whether it's a first date or a special occasion with your significant other, you want your hair to look its best. Medha Singh, CEO of Juvena Herbals, Aesthetician and Cosmetologist, shared with HT Lifestyle, few simple hair care tips that can help you to achieve a stunning and date-ready look. (Averie Woodard on Unsplash)

Protein and moisture: Hair needs protein and moisture to stay healthy and strong. Every scalp, whether oily, dry, or dehydrated, can benefit from topical oil application for hair regrowth. Oil can act as a prebiotic for the scalp, providing nourishment and promoting healthy hair growth. Protein and moisture actually need each other to function properly. In order for water molecules to bind with your strands and keep the water locked within, you need a robust protein structure.(Bennie Lukas Bester on pexels )

Herbal anti-fungal hair mask: These masks provide protein and moisture to the scalp and it should be applied before shampoo once a week to clean dandruff and dirt over the scalp. This will prevent premature hair loss and easily graying. This can serve as a probiotic for the scalp.(istock)


Never miss on post-shampoo conditioning: Post-Shampoo Conditioning secures moisture, even after rinsing it, the conditioner stays on hair for more than 48 hours to serve as a natural sunscreen for hair.(istockphoto)

Keep warm water away: Never wash scalp and hair with warm or lukewarm water. When you use hot water, your hair is stressed, and you end up with frizzy, brittle, and dry hair. The heat weakens your hair, which is another factor that contributes to hair loss. Normal tap water has an appropriate temperature to keep the scalp and hair healthy.(Armin Rimoldi on pexels )