Kiara Advani has long and straight hair and there is no doubt in that let's take a look at her simple haircare routine for long and straight hair.
KIARA ADVANI'S HAIRCARE ROUTINE
Select a mild, sulfate-free shampoo for straight hair, fully wet it, massage it into the scalp, work it down to the ends, and then thoroughly rinse it out with warm water.
Use a detangling brush or a wide-toothed comb to carefully remove any knots from your hair after washing it. To prevent breaking or damaging the pieces, start at the ends and work your way up.
Avoid forceful rubbing when gently towel-drying hair, and if at all feasible, let it air dry. Keep a blow dryer away from your hair and use the lowest heat setting.
Use a flat iron or straightening brush, segment the hair, and work carefully to prevent overheating the hair to get a sleek, straight appearance.
The removal of split ends and prevention of breakage are two reasons why regular trims are essential for keeping healthy hair. To keep your hair looking good and to stop split ends from moving up the hair shaft, aim to have a trim every 8 to 12 weeks.
To minimise tangling and breaking while you sleep, gently put your hair up in a low ponytail or braid before going to bed. You might also use a satin or silk pillowcase because they are smoother and produce less friction than other materials.
PROTECTION AT NIGHT