Your hair volume will likely feel full and relatively heavy. Medium textured hair can be straight, wavy or curly.
Detox your hair and scalp
Hard water minerals, pollution and products can build up to leave residue on the hair, causing dullness, limpness and heaviness. To prevent hair becoming limp and lifeless, try adding our Vitamin C Jelly Treatment into your hair care routine, which is twice as effective at removing product build-up vs. shampoo alone*. The antioxidant-rich, powder-to-jelly formula deeply detoxifies the hair and scalp, removing impurities to restore hair’s natural radiance and shine. Your medium textured hair will feel super clean, soft and weightless, plus protected against free radicals and daily aggressors that can weigh down your mane and cause oxidative stress on the scalp. It’s your sure-fire route to a healthier scalp and mane!
Shampooing & Conditioning
Daily shampooing helps bestow bounce and shine to all hair textures. This is because your hair accumulates bits of dirt, dust, oil and grime every day — just like your skin — which can seriously weigh it down. Daily shampooing also helps clear your scalp of flakes and styling product build-up, while keeping hair hydrated. (It is in fact water, not oil, that delivers moisture and suppleness to your strands.) Medium hair requires slightly more moisture than fine hair, due to its wider diameter.
Look out for moisturising hair products that balance the needs of drier, older ends with newer roots. Plus, it’s a good idea to use a pre-shampoo conditioning treatment at least once a week to restore and maintain elasticity and shine. If your hair is damaged and dry from chemical processing and/or frequent heat styling, we recommend treating hair to a twice weekly treatment.
Styling Medium Hair
If your hair is straight and prone to frizz, opt for lightweight smoothing products that will tame your mane without weighing it down. But if your hair is wavy or curly, we recommend a heavier cream or serum.
To prevent dullness and limpness, apply anti-frizz products throughout your mid-lengths and ends, taking care to avoid your roots.