This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of HAIRtamin. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
As I’ve gotten older, I’ve become more and more adamant about taking care of myself – my body, my mind, my skin and my hair. My hair journey hasn’t always been a pleasant one and unfortunately, there have many lessons learned in the form of damage, breakage, dryness and split ends. However, I’ve learned some valuable tricks along the way that have completely transformed the way my hair looks and feels. Today I’m sharing four simple tips for healthy hair so you can get the luscious locks of your dreams! 😉
4 Simple Tips for Healthy Hair
Take Hair Vitamins
In my opinion, hair vitamins are imperative to hair health and it’s the part I look forward to most in my haircare routine! I use HAIRtamin gummy stars and not only do they taste amazing but they’re gluten free, hormone free, cruelty free and 100% vegetarian. They have a blend of vitamins (including 500 mcg of biotin!), minerals, and super antioxidants that support healthy hair growth, retention and follicle strength resulting in longer, stronger and thicker hair (plus they’re made in the US)! Hair vitamins have definitely made the biggest difference! 🙂 If you’d like to try them for yourself, you can get 15% when you use LIZZIE at checkout!
Deep conditioning works like magic by taking dry, limp hair and making it soft, hydrated and strong. I love using a hydrating hair mask 2-3 times a week following my regular shampoo and conditioner. I leave it on for a few minutes while I cleanse, exfoliate and moisturize my body and the results are always amazing!
I try to make air-drying a priority and only use hot tools when needed (with a heat protectant, of course). While my hair is still damp, I add a few drops of oil to the bottom half of my hair. The oil hydrates and acts as a de-tangler so it makes brushing a breeze! Air-drying my hair has definitely been a game-changer when it comes to preventing damage. I usually do this 4-5 times per week!
Use a Silk Pillowcase
This is something I’ve recently started doing and I don’t know why I didn’t do it sooner! Silk is much more forgiving on the hair as you sleep and it helps to prevent damage. Before bed, I add a dab of oil to the ends of my hair and I style it in a loose braid. This step alone has taken my hair from a tangled mess to healthy and virtually breakage free.
Do you have any haircare tips to add?
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