Reverse Shampooing: Does It Work?

Generally we shampoo first and then apply a conditioner. That is the rule that we have been told to do always. But it does not work really well due to a few reasons. Firstly, if you have an oily scalp, conditioning after shampooing makes you hair greasy and the second reason is that your hair looks flat after applying a conditioner. So what should you do? While you cannot skip conditioning your hair, reverse shampooing is the answer to your problem.
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What is reverse shampooing?
It is a very simple way to follow when you shampoo your hair. No additional products required, you just need your regular shampoo and your conditioner. In this method, you need to apply your conditioner before you shampoo your hair. So before you shampoo, wet your hair and apply your conditioner and wait for a few minutes for the conditioner to soak into your hair and then shampoo. It is as simple as that.

How does it work?
Reverse shampooing works really well to give you voluminous hair. You will be amazed to see the volume in your hair when you follow this method.
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Conditioning your hair before shampooing means that your hair is getting all the benefits of the conditioner without giving your hair greasy look. The best thing is that you do not have to be too careful about the amount of conditioner you apply or fear that your hair will become oily. This works extremely well for oily hair.

Conditioning your hair before shampooing means that you are giving your hair a pre-shampoo treatment and nourishment of the conditioner. Your hair actually responds better to reverse shampooing.
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Just make sure that you protect your hair after shampooing. Apply a serum and you are done. So the next time you shampoo your hair, follow this method and get voluminous hair.

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