Are you suffering from beauty-product portion distortion? If you’ve always been carefree when it comes to washing hair and applying hair products, then probably we are. As a matter of fact most of us are because of the popular notion that “if a little is good then a lot will be better.” While using hair care products if you’re often confused between a drop, dollop or something in between, we’re about to make your life easier with the guide below.

Shampoo: A strawberry
 

Shampoo: A strawberry

Of course the ideal amount of shampoo depends on hair length and texture. However, using a lot of shampoo won’t make your hair less frizzy or shiny. A cherry-sized blob of the Tresemme Botanique Nourish & Replenish Shampoo works well for short and fine hair whereas for long hair use the size of a strawberry.

Conditioner: Two raspberries
 

Conditioner: Two raspberries

Using too much conditioner can weigh your hair down and make it look greasy. Using a cherry size for short hair and two raspberries size for long hair of the Tresemme Keratin Smooth With Argan Oil Conditioner will be enough to nourish hair from shaft to the ends. Add a little more if you have very dry, rough and coarse hair.

Serum and oil: A hazelnut
 

Serum and oil: A hazelnut

Oil and serums the size of a hazelnut will suffice, too much of these two hair products can make your hair greasy. Apply it evenly using your fingers through the hair.

Hair mask: Small orange
 

Hair mask: Small orange

The Toni&Guy Damaged Repair Reconstruction Hair Mask is essential to fight frizz and split-ends. Read instructions on the label of the product but in general a small orange-sized portion is enough to put moisture back into your hair. Those with finer hair should take lesser amount of product.

Styling cream: Two pumpkin seeds
 

Styling cream: Two pumpkin seeds

Using extra styling cream does not mean longer effects. In fact it will collect more dirt increasing the frequency of hair washes. Instead take two pumpkin seeds-sized styling cream and spread evenly.