If you have short hair, it might be easier to maintain, but you still need to know the proper techniques for washing, drying and styling short hair. This can ensure you always look fabulous and your hair is taken care of and healthy. Follow these steps to help maintain a great look with short hair:

Since your scalp may be more noticeable with short hair, first you should identify what kind of scalp you have and what kind of shampoo and conditioner you need. If you have an oily scalp, you may need to wash your hair more often and stay away from moisturizing or hydrating products. If you have a dry or itchy scalp, you’ll want to look for that extra moisture or maybe even dandruff eliminating shampoo and deep conditioner.

Make sure to rinse your hair with cool water or at the very least, slightly warm. You’ll only need a very small amount of shampoo and can usually get away with washing it only once per shower. Don’t forget conditioner, but if your scalp tends to be oily, focus on the ends of your hair only. You can use a wide tooth comb to apply conditioner and distribute evenly if your hair is very short.

Pat your hair dry and if you blow dry your hair, make sure to use a heat protectant first. If you have curly hair, you may want to try using a diffuser attachment with your hair dryer. If you have wavy or straight hair, you can blow dry using a brush to straighten out your hair.

You can use different styling products depending on the desired outcome of your hair. If you’d like a curly or wavy style, try a mousse. If you’d like a style that stays put in even the windiest of weather, try a wax or hairspray. If you want shiny and straight hair, try a serum or shine spray. If you need more texture, look for a texturizing spray and move your hair where you want it. Short hair can have limitations on style, but you can always add barrettes, scarves or headbands for a more exciting look.

Do you have short hair? What type of hair do you have? What is your go-to look? Share with us below!

7 thoughts on “How to Wash, Dry and Style Short Hair

  1. Aggie says:

    when I scratch my head, I get white stuff in my nails. I have short hair and ado not blow dry . I only use your hairspray . and very little of it. I shampoo 2 times a week. My hair is starting to fall out when I put my hands thru it.
    I am 77 years old. What is the white stuff in my nails? is that from conditioner or what??

  2. Gini Dadrass says:

    I’ve been using this for 2 months now according to the directions and my hair is coming out by the handfuls! I am now having to cut it short because it is completely see thru even on the bottom! The only reason I am still using it is because they said it is normal to lose the old hair before the new comes in. I’m giving it 2 more months and praying that I’m not completely bald when that time is up! I seem to have some new hair on the fringe of my hair but nothing on the top.

    • Keranique Hair says:

      Hi Gini! You are correct, hair shedding at the beginning of the treatment may happen for a small percentage of users, but it’s temporary, and this can actually indicate that Keranique® is working. So it’s really a good sign. Hair grows slowly – on average hair grows about ½ inch per month. It has to emerge from the follicle before it grows from the scalp, so there will be a short period of 3 – 4 months before you will begin to see a visible difference. As the Keranique® Hair Regrowth Treatment with 2% Minoxidil begins to take effect and regrow hair, it is important to realize that it can also help stop further hair loss by revitalizing and stimulating hair follicles.

      Keep us updated on the progress of your use of the product!

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