August 26, 2020 02:55 PM | by Dalia Hosny
10 Ways to Keep Your Hair Smelling Good
A good hair day is not complete without hair that smells good! The sweat, heat and pollution can make your hair smell bad, but wait, there are still ways to keep your hair smelling good. Read on to see how to make your hair smell good in 10 different ways.
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1. Scented natural oils
Natural oils are one of the best and most natural ways to keep your hair smelling good. After you shower, just apply a drop or two on the palm of your hand and go over your hair. Coconut oil and lavender oil will leave your hair smelling great and also moisturized.
2. Hair mists
Hair mists are perfumes that are specially made for your hair, and investing in a good hair mist is such great way to keep your hair smelling good all day long. Check if your favorite perfume comes in a hair mist!
3. Hair spray
Did you know that hair sprays aren't only used for hair styling? After a blowout or even before you head to work, keep your hairdo in place by spritzing a scented hair spray. They will give support to your hair locks and make your hair smell good. Two birds, one stone!
Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray
4. Nice smelling shampoo
I'm the kind of person who picks a shampoo based on its scent. Of course this could be wrong, but a good scented shampoo that matches your hair type can leave your hair smelling great for hours. However, if you really like your shampoo but hate its smell, you could add a few drops of lavendar oil or rose water to make it smell better.
Kérastase Nutritive Shampoo for Normal to Dry Hair
5. Leave in conditioner
I must say, leave-in conditioners are such a great invention! Not only do they leave your hair soft, but they make your hair smell like it is freshly shampooed. Also it's a great treatment for frizzy hair.
6. Take care with heat
A fresh blowout is always a good idea, but its consequences are not. If you'll subject your hair to heat, you'll have to do it smartly in order not to damage your hair. Make sure to tell your hair dresser to lower the heat settings to avoid burning your hair ends. If you're straightening your hair at home, make sure to go easy on your hair locks, to avoid the burning smell.
7. Lemon juice
Of course lemon juice can combat a bad flu, but its benefits are way more than that! If you apply some lemon juice on your hair then rinse it before you get out of the shower, your hair will smell great for days.
8. Rose water
Have you ever tried to spritz on some rose water on your hair while showering? Well, its about time you try this amazing trick! After you wash your hair, apply some rose water directly on your hair and it will smell great when it dries.
9. Scented dry shampoo
If a dry shampoo can be a life saver, a scented dry shampoo is just a dream come true! Make it through the super busy days with fresh smelling hair, by applying some scented dry shampoo on your hair and you are ready to go!
10. Add vanilla to your shampoo
How to make your hair smell like vanilla? If you like the smell of vanilla, try this trick! Add vanilla powder to your shampoo, conditioner or cream and enjoy the refreshing scent of vanilla.
More tips to keep your hair smelling good all the time:
1. Make sure to wash your hair tools and keep the hair accessories you wear always clean, like hair ties, clips, headbands and so on.
2. Avoid sitting in places full of smokers, as cigarette smoke smell sticks to the hair's scent.
3. If you don't have hair spray or hair perfume, you can spray a very small spritz of your favorite perfume on your brush before brushing your hair. Don't spray it direcly on your hair so the alcohol doesn't harm it!
4. Before leaving the house, spray perfume on the sides of your neck, as it's consdered one of the strongest pulse spots and it's close to the hair. You can also spritz at the nape of the neck right below your hair line.
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