Transform your hair with one simple trick


YOUR HAIR is one of the first things other people notice about you, so it’s no wonder many of us lust after thicker, stronger, glossier hair.

From rinsing your head under cold water to overnight masks, in-salon treatments to SPF sprays, there are all kinds of ways to improve your hair – but it turns out there’s one very simple step you can add to your haircare regime to give you shinier, more beautiful hair.

According to top hairstylists, adding a second shampoo to your shower routine is one of the best ways to achieve fantastic hair.

Speaking to The Independent, hairstylist Ian Florey raves about the benefits of shampooing your hair twice.

‘The hair will become a lot stronger, shinier and healthier,’ he told them. ‘Wet the hair, then wash it twice with a non-sulphate shampoo.’

The first shampoo wash will remove dirt and residue caught up in the hair, while the second wash will help your hair benefit from the nourishing properties of the shampoo.

And celebrity hairstylist George Northwood agrees.

‘I say go for two shampoos, it will definitely make it cleaner than you can with one,’ he told us. ‘It will make it feel thicker, and more voluminous – all the signs of healthy hair.’

‘It also creates a better surface for the products to work and be absorbed.’

So, there you go, it may make you run out of product quicker, but your hair will thank you.

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