We get a ton of questions about dry hair these days and since my own hair has been abnormally dry I am inclined to think it might be something in the air. When my hair is dry the one thing I love adding to all my DIY deep conditioners is honey! Honey naturally attracts moisture and feeds hair follicles with nutrients and antioxidants. Here are some honey based recipes you can try to help restore your hair to its naturally moisturized state. 1. Honey with Apple Cider Vinegar Apple cider vinegar acts as a natural conditioner and gives your hair a lovely shine. Use: – 10 tsp of apple cider vinegar – 1/4 cup of organic raw honey Preparation: Mix
I’ve been natural for a little over 2 years. As I look back at my regimen and hair care practices I did when my hair was relaxed, I cringe. What was I thinking? A question I ask myself frequently. For example, as someone who kept my hair cut short if all else failed and damage surfaced it would just get chopped and be replenished with fresh new strands. Now as someone who’s focus is healthy hair and optimizing growth, I’m forced to take a little more care when it comes to my hair and let go of all of the bad habits I once did on a regular. Here are just 5 that I had to let go of once I started
Hair gets damaged; it’s unfortunate, but it happens. Hair damage can be caused by anything from applying dye wrongly (or using an incompatible dye) to using sulfate-rich shampoos, chemical processing, over manipulation and flat ironing. Whatever the cause, here are some simple solutions to help you improve your hair’s health.