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    Lahore, Pakistan
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    How to Maintain Gorgeous Hair Under a Hijab

    Wearing a hijab as a Muslim hajj woman is something required by faith, but unfortunately, wearing it for long hours can cause hair and scalp problems. It is very common in women who wear hijab to experience problems like itchy scalp, dandruff and oily hair. Consequently, you have to keep your hair in a healthy state to prevent these problems from occurring in the first place or even treat them if you already have them by applying these tips below:

    A Few Hair Care Tips for Muslim Women

    • Don’t always wear a hair band/ponytail holder but if you do, make sure you use something soft that’s not too tight—otherwise you may risk damaging your hair ends.
    • Take a specialty vitamin—vitamins like B-complex help nourish hair from the inside out and help keep hair stronger and less prone to damage.
    • Drink at least 8 glasses of water. Water helps moisturize the hair shaft for smoother and supple looking hair.
    • Avoid wearing your hijab while your hair is wet—when your wear your hijab when your hair is wet makes it more prone to breakage.

    How to Moisturize Your Hair After Wearing a Hijab

    • Shampoo your hair 3-4 times a week with a good leathering moisturizing shampoo. One tip to avoid getting tangles is slowly massaging the hair in lukewarm water without messing the hair ends with the hair roots. Also avoid shampooing your hair every day or more because you risk drying out or causing more oiliness as the natural hair oils are removed that way.
    • One of the best hair conditioner tips, according to velvettresses is to use a leave-in conditioner to moisturize your hair and keep it tangle free. Of course you should condition your hair with a rich conditioner but use it only on your hair ends, only 2-3 times per week as you don’t want your hair to become heavy and limp.
    • If your hair is too dry or damaged, you can use a deep mask once a week, leaving it in your hair for 5-10 minutes or until you feel your hair deeply moisturized and de-tangled when your run your fingers through them.
    • When your hair is wet, avoid using a thickly tooth comb because you can break your hair and it will be hard to recover the damage afterwards. Instead, rub your fingers with a leave-in conditioner and run them through your hair to gently detangle your hair. Alternatively, you can use a wooden wide teeth comb to comb your hair with minimal damage.

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