It depends on your hair type and condition, but generally every 1-2 weeks is recommended for healthy hair.
This is because hair needs time to replenish its natural oils and nutrients that keep it healthy, strong and shiny. If you wash your hair too often, the shampoo will strip away these essential oils from your scalp resulting in dryness, split ends, frizzy strands and even breakage.
When you don’t wash your hair for too long either, the dirt build up can cause a lot of damage as well. It will clog pores on your scalp leading to embarrassing dandruff or itchy scalp issues. Unwashed strands also tend to be limp and lifeless due to lack of nourishment so they won’t look their best either.
It’s all about finding the right balance between washing enough but not too much. Depending on how oily/dry your hair is naturally as well as where you live (humid climates require more frequent washes) you should adjust this 1-2 a week routine accordingly – since everyone’s different! You can start by experimenting with different frequencies until you find what works best for yourself; if after two weeks without washing there are still no noticeable changes then maybe try increasing the interval length slightly or go back down if seeing excessive oiliness instead. Dont forget that changing weather conditions also have an impact so make sure to adapt accordingly based on those factors as well!
Three Interesting Facts:
– Washing your hair too often and not washing it long enough can both cause damage.
– Everyone’s hair type is different so the optimal frequency of washing will vary from person to person.
– Weather conditions can also impact how often you should be washing your hair, requiring more frequent washes in humid climates.