Blogust Day #7: Healthy Hair is Happy Hair

Hey Prepsters!

Blogust

Today is day seven of Blogust! To see all of the Blogust posts click here. 

 

 Happy Hair

The beauty in the picture above is Madison Lane. You NEED to check her out! 🙂

For me, my hair is a big part of who I am. Having crazy curls is no easy task! It takes a lot to manage the beast. Here are some simple steps toward healthy hair!

Wash Your Hair Every Other Day!

Natural oils are a curly girl’s life saver. Easily, second day hair looks just as good as day one (sometimes even day three hair isn’t too shabby either). Striping your hair of its natural oils will leave it looking lifeless and frizzy.

Deep Condition!

At least once a week take the few extra minutes to deep condition your hair. I prefer Macadamia’s Deep Repair Masque. Even though it is expensive it is totally worth it (and will last you a lifetime). Also, this makes it 1000 times easier to comb.

Comb – DON’T Brush!

This one is tricky for me. I am so impatient and combing my hair seems to take forever. Alas on my lazy day’s I break out the old paddle brush. I really do try to comb my hair though. This prevents the ends of your hair breaking/splitting.

Products without Alcohol!

Say no to the mouse! It’s packed with alcohol which damages your hair. Pick gels and creams that have minimal or no alcohol. It’s worth it. I use Macadamia’s Leave-In Conditioner!

Calling All Curly Girls! What are your tricks of the trade? Anything I should try out?

Stay Classy,
Olivia

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2 thoughts on “Blogust Day #7: Healthy Hair is Happy Hair

  1. I wash every other day. My hairs is very curly so after I wash, I put in Moroccan oil. While my hair is still wet, I put a quarter size dollop of Quidad Climate Control Gel. This is my life saver! The next day, I spray my hair with Sauve Kids Hair Detangler- it is cheap and doesn’t make my hair greasy because it has light conditioning. I squirt some Kinky-Curly Spiral Spiral Spritz into my palmand rub them together and I gently work the product through to help calm down frizz.

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