How to craft a haircare routine based on your hair type
  • Dry and damaged hair

    Dry and damaged hair


    You have dry and damaged hair if it feels dry to touch, is straw-like on the ends or you have lots of split ends. 

    For dry, dull hair, incorporating hydrating products will provide the protection you need to lock in that important moisture. Gently cleanse and moisturise with shampoo and conditioner Such as Tresemme Moisture Rich containing vitamin E and jojoba oil to deliver intense moisturisation.

    Damaged hair requires a strengthening hair system to repair strands, prevent breakage, and seal in nourishment; reinforcing it against colouring, styling and heat exposure – so ensure you always use a heat protection spray too.

  • Frizzy Hair

    Frizzy Hair


    You have frizzy hair if it's prone to static, it dislikes moisture and gets bigger on a warm day, or your hairstyles don't last on rainy days.

    You can start by controlling frizz in the shower. Opt for a shampoo and conditioner Such as Tresemme Smooth and Silky containing vitamin A and sunflower seed oil that works to tame unruly hair as you wash. Or, try a lightweight leave-in conditioner to retain smoothness after a wash.

    The more textured your hair is, the less you need to wash it. Aim for every three days for curly hair, and once a week if your hair is coily.

  • Oily Hair

    Oily Hair


    You have oily hair if it feels oily to touch only one day after shampoo, looks flat if you haven't washed it in two days, or looks shiny near the roots.

    A daily wash might feel necessary for those with oily hair, but using the right shampoo can help nix that constant grease, boost the flatness that is often a result of oily roots, and give your hair a deep cleanse without drying it out (which can actually cause more oil production).

    In addition to your regular wash with shampoo and conditioner containing multi-vitamins and grape seed oil, such as TRESemmé Clean and Replenish, dry shampoo applied to the roots will work to keep oiliness at bay and revitalise your locks.

  • Thin or fine hair

    Thin or fine hair


    You have thin or fine hair if you struggle to get volume and lift, or it generally looks flat. But this can be remedied if you know what to do with it.

    When it comes to fine hair, strands are typically smaller and less porous than those of thicker hair. This means they tend to get greasy fast as oil tends to build up and become more noticeable.

    Hair like this needs to be washed more regularly. Choose a lightweight shampoo and conditioner with coconut oil to provide lift and add volume Such as Tresemme Volume and Fullness.