Even though the hair is covered by a headscarf, the matter of caring for the hair must continue! Most hijab hair tends to experience hair loss, itching, and dandruff, due to the condition of moist hair. Well, therefore you must know how to care for your hair to stay healthy even though it is closed. Come on, see the explanation below!
1. Regularly Shampooing
After doing the heat and doing various activities outside, it certainly cannot be denied that the head sweats and makes the hair limp. Well, because the hair sweats in a closed position, it automatically tends to be acidic and moist. If you don’t shampoo regularly, the sweat deposits will turn into dandruff. Eventually your head will feel itchy, indeed the kettle is not visible but the hair includes the female crown. So it doesn’t hurt to wash your hair regularly to stay healthy.
2. Make Sure the Hair is Dry
Be sure to dry your hair first before covering it with a hijab. Because if the hair does not dry evenly then it is covered with hijab, the hair will be limp. Not to mention if it mixes with dryers, it definitely smells mixed between the scent and dryness. Not only does it smell bad, but dandruff and itching will attack your head. So, it’s better to dry your hair first before wearing the hijab.
3. Neatly Comb and Tie
After drying the hair, don’t forget the comb until it’s neat and nothing gets tangled before tying the hair. This is done so that when removing the hair ties, nothing is involved and ends to fall out. You should not tie your hair too tight because it causes dizziness. In addition, binding your hair too tightly will cause hair to break and branch off.
4. Choose a Headscarf that Absorbs Sweat
Choosing a headscarf that easily absorbs sweat makes sweat not settle on the scalp and causes dandruff. You can choose materials such as t-shirts or cotton for hijab. In addition, it would be better to avoid dark hijabs, especially those of you who often do activities under the sun. Because dark colors absorb light faster and heat the sun.
5. Rest Hair
When it’s time to remove the headscarf, you should also tie the hair off so that the hair can breathe. Moreover, all day long the hair has been tied and not breathing. So, releasing the hair will feel fresher and reduce the moisture of the scalp, and avoid loss.
6. Consumption of Healthy Foods
You also need to pay attention to food. You have to eat healthy foods and keep away from foods that have high fat content. Choose foods that are rich in protein, vitamins B6, B12, C and iron to provide nutrients for hair.