7 Secrets for Healthy Hair

7 Secrets For Healthy Hair

Chill Out...Just A Little

Lukewarm to warm water is easier on your hair than extremely hot or cold temperatures. Warm water will help open the cuticles of your hair so that Cleansing and Conditioning products can do their job, to properly remove dirt and oil. Open hair cuticles are also better able to absorb the oils and moisturizing ingredients of your conditioner.

Keep them Trimmed
Regardless of how fast or slow your hair grows, it’s important to get regular trims or haircuts in order to keep damage at bay. Because dry ends split more easily, and then split ends can travel up the hair shaft, postponing a visit to the salon increases the likelihood of breakage. No thank you! Damon’s recommendation is to see your stylist every 6-8 weeks if possible, even if it’s just for a micro-trim.

Food For Thought
You are what you eat. Though it might sound trite, it’s true! And if you are experiencing new hair challenges like thinning hair or unusual hair loss, you may want to consider prioritizing your diet. The best place to start? Eat the rainbow (meaning fruits and veggies of all colors) your ideal proteins and avoid processed foods and sugars as much as possible.

Massage? Yes Please!
Massaging your scalp is a sensory delight, but it also imparts real benefits by increasing blood flow to your scalp. Use the tips of your fingers to massage your scalp in circles for a few minutes. Be sure to massage the base of the scalp, not on top of your hair! 

Keep It Cool
If you’re married to your straightening iron or can’t live without your blow dryer, you need to ensure you guard your hair from extreme damage. To do this, you should let your hair air dry as much as possible first, avoid the hottest heat settings, and limit the amount of time your hair is exposed to heat. Remember hot tools make the hair require a little extra love. Grab that Leave in Condtioner its infused with cool cucumber and lavender to help keep cool and calm.

Brush Gently

Treat your hair with love. 
Always blot dry hair. Do not rub as this roughens the cuticle which can cause tangling and always start detangling your hair from the bottom up taking small sections and working gently to avoid breaking your hair. Try using a brush with bendable bristles.

Choose Wisely
Quality ingredients are the building blocks of your hair care routine. So it’s worthwhile to invest in products with botanical ingredients designed to make and keep your hair hydrated, smooth and super soft.