If you do regular workouts, then you will be able to understand very well how bad sweat, wet and sticky hair looks. Washing hair daily to get rid of it is not a solution. Then what can we do? The first thing is that we have to find out the intensity of the workout. Often, the hairline is only wet in a low or medium intensity workout, while with an intense workout, the story is completely different.
So what you can do?
Post-Workout Haircare Guide
If the hairline is only wet, then stop washing hair daily and choose an alternative hairstyle. Tie loose braids after workouts and when the hair is dry, unclip them. This will not make your hair look sweaty and sticky. Instead, they will get a texture, which will give you a messy and edgy look.
If you do cardio and you have a medium sweat level, then try loose and side ponytail in your hair after the workout, this will not reduce the moisture in your hair. This hairstyle will help your hair dry faster than a tight hairstyle.
If you do a daily intense workout. Make sure headband is your best friend and don’t forget to tie it to your hair while exercising so that it absorbs as much sweat as possible while burning calories. If still, your hair is too sticky and wet, blow them dry.
If you are the person who does exercise daily then Shampoo your hair only two or three times a week. On the day you do not shampoo, wash the hair with water, and apply hydrating conditioner. Sweating weakens hair follicles, so do not over-dry them by shampooing every day. This will cause further damage to your hair.
Do not use dry shampoo on wet hair after workouts, as it leaves some residue behind. Allow your hair to dry before spraying dry shampoo. Or spray it on hair before starting a workout session. By doing this, your hair is ready to absorb sweat during exercise.