My current hair care routine

My current hair care routine


I have long hair. I’ve always had long hair, but I started to actually give it the attention and care it deserves a few months ago. The journey continues, but I definitely can already say that my hair is in much better condition than it used to be. Here’s my current hair care routine πŸ™‚

Washing & conditioning

I wash my hair every day in the evening (unless I don’t plan on going anywhere the next day). I know it’s not the best practice, but I’ve tried multiple times to change it, following tons of different tutorials, and none of them worked. To minimize bad effect of daily hair washing I try to use natural, gentle, SLS/SLES-free shampoos. My current absolute favourite is an aloe vera based shampoo by an Italian brand Equilibra.


As a conditioner I use Kallos hair masks. I’ve been obsessed with them for the last few months. Currently I use 3 different ones: Keratin (once a week), Silk (once a week) and my favourite one – Color – at all other times. I leave the conditioner for 5-10 minutes and then generously rinse it off with water.


After washing my hair I gently press it with a towel (no rubbing!) and then just let it dry naturally. When my hair is completely dry I detangle it with a good old Tangle Teezer. Wet hair is more susceptible to breaking and stretching damage, so that’s why we should never detangle it before it’s fully dry.


I never let my hair loose for the night – I usually make a braid or roll it up on foam rollers, if I have more time and want to have nice curls the next day.


Once or twice a week I like to oil my hair. I make a mixture of coconut, almond and grape oils and apply around 2 tablespoons on the length of my hair (avoiding contact with the scalp). I leave it on for around an hour and then wash my hair like I usually do. Oiling brings the best effects when done regularly – at least once a week. It prevents hair from frizzing and leaves it soft and shiny.


Quick morning routine

In the morning I’m usually in a rush, so doing my hair only takes a few seconds. I spray the front of my hair with dry shampoo to refresh it and give it some volume (I feel like it’s a better option for the hair than using strong hairspray, although probably still not the best). Then I protect the ends with a silicone-based serum. I still haven’t found my go to favourite one, I’m currently using the one from the photo. I don’t know that brand, I found the serum in a small drugstore, but it seems to do its job.


Because I sleep in a braid or hair rollers, I already have waves or curls done – no need to do anything more with the hair before going out πŸ™‚

6 thoughts on “My current hair care routine

  1. Great information, would be nice to see the finished results πŸ˜‰ I love my dry shampoo too as do my daughters because it does give some great volume.

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  2. I’ve never heard of oiling hair before! Never knew that was a thing. If I attempted your routine, I’d imagine my entire head would just be soaked in oil. Super interesting post! Keep it up!

    PS, the batiste dry shampoo is definitely my favorite.


    1. That’s what I used to think πŸ˜€ But in reality if you wash your hair properly afterwards it doesn’t stay greasy at all! It’s particularly good for thin hair like mine, a little bit of goodness from the oils is absorbed and therefore my hair gets a bit heavier, and then as a result it doesn’t go frizzy πŸ™‚

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