No matter the texture, colour or style, we all want our hair to look perfect everyday as if you just had your hair done at the salon.
If your hair is good but very sensitive then you’re facing my problem, if I didn’t take good care of my hair frequently, it gets damaged easily, I like natural products and made a research and listed everything I know to make everyday a good hair day and overcome bad hair days and sometimes seasons that damage my hair!
Conditioners and masks
1.helps soften and condition hair
2.helps add shine
3.Stimulates hair growth
Tea tree oil
Rich in antioxidants, essential fatty acids and vitamins A, C and E. The benefits of argan oil for hair include hydrating dry hair, repairing damaged hair, and protecting hair from future breakage and damage. Styling-wise, argan oil can help smooth and fight frizz, and enhance shine.
An age-old remedy long used in traditional medicine, castor oil is also said to moisturize the scalp, ease dandruff, and leave your hair smooth and shiny. When applied to the scalp, it’s purported to enhance the health of the hair follicles and, in turn, promote hair growth (as well as protect against hair loss)
Almond oil contains all kinds of healthy ingredients for hair like Omega-3 fatty acids, phospholipids, vitamin E, and magnesium. Using almond oilnourishes and strengthens your hair, and is optimal for treating hair loss and damaged hair. A few drops go a long way to add silkiness and shine & nourish the scalp.
Also Shea butter:
Shea butter has a lot of potential in the hair care world. While shea butter hasn’t been extensively studied or reported on in scientific journals, related butters and oils have been researched with animal and human subjects.
One human study investigated the role of miracle fruit seed oil in preventing hair breakage. Synsepalum dulicificum, a native West African fruit, also produces an oil. It has a high fatty acid content (just like shea butter), which makes it easy for it to penetrate hair in oil form. This can help with hair breakage.
Filled with Vitamins A and E along with essential fatty acids, shea butter has both emollient and healing properties for the skin. Some of these ingredients, such as the high content of fatty acids in shea butter, are also thought to help add moisture to your hair.
This might possibly reduce dryness and prevent split ends. Fatty acids also help increase shine and reduce the frizz of your hair. It may also help protect hair from heat damage caused by flat irons and blow drying.
Reduces scalp irritation
Shea butter’s anti-inflammatory properties might also help reduce redness and scalp irritation by providing healing effects without clogging the pores. Additionally, as a natural product, it’s safe to use on all types of hair, even hair that’s damaged, dry, or color treated.
Raw shea butter isn’t the only hair care solution available. Certain over-the-counter hair care products (especially conditioners) also contain shea butter. The role of conditioners in overall hair health includes strengthening hair fibers, lubricating cuticles, and reducing frizz.
Hair trimming is a process of cutting split ends from your hair at least every 12 weeks. it will retain length, prevent stunted growth and promote a healthy hair. It is part of hair care and should be added into any hair routine.
For those with natural hair, a trim done every 3-4 months to promote growth of stronger hair follicles.Those with straight or relaxed hair should trim at least once in 3 months. It is important to care for your hair in between trims by indulging your hair with oils. During winter when split ends occur frequently, you may have to trim your hair before your next scheduled trim day.
The best lunar calendar for hair trim and I tried almost all kinds of trim timings but loved the thicken dates the most. If you followed the trim dates, you will thank me I promise!
Let me know if you tried any of these tips.