It isn’t your genes, your hair doesn’t have to be dull, splitting at the ends with fading color. You can have picture perfect glimmering tresses.
You will be amazed at your hairs transformation as the dullness fades turns to shine and your hair gains strength after following this regime.
Drink Up Folks: Healthy Hair is Hydrated Hair
Who knew? Each strand of hair is made up of 25% water. Up your water intake and you will be amazed as the dullness fades from your hair and is replaced by a nice shine and your hair gains strength and less split ends appear.
Challenge 1: Make a habit of drinking at least half a gallon of water every day, but up to a gallon
We knew the sun’s UV rays damage our skin, but oops… we forgot about our hair! UV rays break down the hair shafts protective layer and leave your lovely locks susceptible to breakage, split ends, cause massive discoloration, and leave your hair dehydrated and dull. Yikes!
Challenge 2: Invest in a chemical free sunscreen product to keep your hair happy.
I recommend OWAY sun protective elixir, it is the best natural product that I have found.
Lets face it, the nutrition that our hair, skin and body needs doesn’t all come from our food anymore. The mineral and vitamin deficiency in today’s agriculture make it hard to live purely off of our food. So throw on that rom-com or pull out that book and layer on that hair mask this weekend.
Challenge 3: Once a week use a deep conditioner or hair mask for 60+ minutes.
moisturizing hair mask: deep hydration
rebuilding hair mask: rebuilding for damaged hair
After-sun hair mask: reparative and nourishing
Shampoo EVERY OTHER day
It’s not gross and not just for hippies. Shampoo is great to clean your hair, but it also stips it of naural oils that accumulate in order to keep it hydrated and healthy. By washing and conditioning every other day or every two days, you give your hair the opportunity to naturally maintain its shine and strength.
Challenge 4: Shampoo every other day with a sulfate free and petroleum free shampoo.
Read HERE for more on the hidden damaging chemicals in shampoo.
100 Strokes a Day They Say
98…99…100 strokes of the brush before bed. I saw for the first time from Laura Engles on an old set of Little House on the Prairie cassettes. Brushing your hair is vitally important to effectively distribute the moisturizing oils from the base of your head to the bottom of your hair.
Challenge 5: Brush your hair every morning from base to ends — 100 strokes!
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