This Shampoo Trick Will Transform the Condition of Your Hair

It'll make your blowout last longer, too.

When it comes to the condition of your hair, it's easy to panic and slather every hair product under the sun on to your locks. But the answer to fixing the condition of your hair may be as simple as changing the shampoo you're using.

From the root to the tip of your hair strand, the texture can differ and so, it's important to make sure your products caters to the whole hair strand. Celebrity hair stylist Jen Atkin revealed that her top trick is to use two different shampoos, both catered to treating different textures. "One thing I always tell people to do is use two different types of shampoo. Because the hair at your scalp is different to the hair on the ends, especially if you have long hair," she explains.

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Most commonly, people may find that their roots are either oily or flat, while the ends of the hair can be dry and rough. "In this case, use a volumizing shampoo in the roots and then grab a repair or smooth shampoo for the bottom to hydrate the hair. It makes such a huge difference," Atkin says.

And that's not all, she adds that as your hair's texture improves, you'll find that your blow out will even last longer. Double win! Who knew the secret was simply adding an additional shampoo to your shower routine?

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