I’m a hairdresser and here are my five rules to properly wash your hair so you can go days without doing it again | The Sun

A HAIRDRESSER has revealed her three rules you need to follow when washing your hair.

Taylor from the US often shares hairdressing tips and tricks on her TikTok account, madeandtaylored.

She has amassed over one million followers and 35 million likes for her handy videos.

In one of her most recent videos, Taylor revealed her secrets for washing her hair so that it doesn't go greasy quickly.

She said: "There are always some people out there who don't know how to properly wash their hair and this is going to save your life."

The first rule Taylor lives by, especially during the winter months, is to make sure the water is lukewarm.


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She revealed this will stop your hair from drying out.

Next, Taylor recommended: "Before the shampoo even touches your hair you want to make sure your hair is completely drenched."

She explained that shampoo is water soluble, which means it needs water to activate the suds.

The hairdresser said the best way to do this is to pull apart your hair to ensure your scalp is soaking wet.

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"I haven't washed my hair in probably seven/eight days so I know that I'm going to have to double or triple wash."

Taylor's next tip is to only focus on applying the shampoo to the roots of the hair.

If you're not seeing suds, Taylor recommends adding more water until the shampoo has bubbled on your scalp.

Next Taylor rinses her hair and squeezes out any excess water so the hair is ready for conditioner.

For conditioner, Taylor recommended focusing it on the lengths of the hair rather than the scalp.

She also brings any conditioner left on her hands into her roots before letting it sit for a few minutes and then rinsing.

The video went down a hit with over 125k likes.

One wrote: "you taught me how to wash my hair correctly and now can go longer between washes – thank you."

A second person commented: "honestly, some of us were never actually taught how to care for ourselves. so keep doing these!"

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"After 37 years I finally know how to properly wash my hair. Thanks to you," a third penned.

Meanwhile, a fourth added: "I needed this."

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