Long hair needs special care, and the standard routine most people use of shampoo then conditioner isn’t necessarily the best for it.
The CWC stands for Condition, Wash, Condition, and that basically describes what you do with your hair in this method.
Start by wetting your hair. Now apply conditioner to your hair, but not the entire length. You want to skip the conditioner on your scalp.
Before rinsing, shampoo the scalp area. The length of your hair does not need shampoo, as a general rule. The shampoo sliding down it during the rinse is quite adequate for most hair types. Rinse the shampoo and conditioner out.
Apply conditioner to the same part of your hair again. Rinse.
If you can stand it, use cool water rather than warm water, especially for the final rinse. It’s much better for your hair.
You can play with the conditioners if you like. Some like to use a cheaper conditioner for the first part, and a different type for the second. It can be a lot of fun to figure out what works best for your hair.
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