The hair is the richest ornament of women......
You know those girls that you really hate because they have the shiniest, prettiest looking hair? We all do, but that's only because we are usually that girl in the crowd doing the hating. However, there’s nothing worse than being a “hair hater,” so I just had to go do some sleuthing of my own to find out how to add shine to my usually dry locks. And I’m here to tell you that the “hair hating” is no longer necessary. After implementing these tips into your regime, you’re sure to be rocking the shiniest locks of them all.
Best Deep Conditioners for Winter-Proof Hair
1. After conditioning hair, rinse with cold water, which will close the hair cuticles, resulting in more shine.
2. When blow drying, add Sally Hershberger Salon Luxe Layers to the mid lengths and ends, which will boost shine.
3. Always completely blow dry your hair so there’s no moisture and use a natural bristle brush which is gentler on tresses
4. Finish styling with a natural finishing oil such as Shu Uemura Essence Absolue Oil. Add to the mid lengths and ends.
If your hair is colored or chemically treated:
1. Use a hydrating or strengthening treatment once a week. I like Kerastase Masquintense, which helps maintain hair moisture.
3. Finish the blow dry with a curling or flat iron, which will seal in shine. A natural finishing oil can also be added for extremely over-processed hair. (Moroccan Oil is a good one!)
How To Get The Perfect Blow Out
If you’re a D.I.Y. kind of gal, then try these homemade mixes:
1. Try a simple vinegar rinse. Mix equal parts vinegar with water and run it through you hair before conditioning – the result will be a gorgeous shine!
3. If your hair is over-processed and undernourished, the best way to revitalize it is the classic raw egg and mayonnaise mask. Just let it sit for half an hour.
I guarantee if you follow some of these tips you are bound to have gorgeous, shiny looking hair....dare to be different:)
Hair brings one's self-image into focus; it is vanity's proving ground. Hair is terribly personal, a tangle of mysterious prejudices.....
until next time.....