I’m very proud of my mane. I don’t dye my hair, I rarely heat style it, I treat it with love and care. I believe all hair is beautiful and we should be proud of it, like a lion is of his mane…Raawwrr..
A head of healthy, beautiful, strong hair is so much more desirable than over processed, dry, brittle hair. Cared for hair is an image of health.
Drink Water – will also help it to grow faster.
Find a minimal hair care routine that suits you – clogging your hair up with a ton of different products might make it look good for one night but will damage hair over time.
Natural – Turn to mother nature, make a homemade remedy. it will make you feel all earthy and wonderful. I have a great little remedy to share. I’ll be posting that concoction along with my face scrub on Sunday
Massage – I shamelessly massage my head and scalp not only at home but also at work, on public transport, I can’t get enough of a good head massage, I enjoy massaging other people’s heads too. This will stimulate your folicals and release your natural oils (it does make your hair oiler faster though)
Aveda Invati – This is a great product I’ve been using for around 6 weeks now. It claims to make your hair thicker. I like the calming fresh smell of this, the convenience of just spraying and massaging in (any excuse to massage my head) on dry hair is great. My hair does feel stronger, shiny, more full. Almost feels like hair medication..and I take mine every night before bed. Spritz in the centre of your parting, make another parting on either side and repeat.
Nuts – eating nuts such as brazil, almonds, walnuts are easy to snack on and do wonders for my hair. If you’re not a fan of nuts then add to greek yogurt with a spot of honey.
Chop – Get those ends trimmed off. A split end that is left will split up the entire hair creating unhealthy strong hairs.
Ditch the extensions – although the path to long locks is a loooooong one, I would highly recommend you stick it out. extensions are not only uncomfortable but they may help you lose your hair.