How to Get Your Hair Healthy For 2014
This entry was posted on February 1, 2015.
New Year's Hair Resolution: How to Get Your Hair Healthy For 2014
As we are heading into the new year, it might be time to give your hair a major make-over after all of the holiday coloring, styling, and glamorizing. Why start off 2014 with unhealthy hair and split ends? Here's a few helpful hints we have to ring in the new year with new life to your hair!
Get Healthy Hair
1) Start Fresh
Why not start off the new year with a new hair cut? Whether you're changing your style completely or just getting a trim to snip away those nasty split ends, this is a guaranteed way to start off the new year feeling refreshed and ready to take on a whole new healthier hair-doo!
2) Always Deep Condition!
This is a simple, not to mention relaxing, and affordable way to get your hair healthy and maintain healthiness in your strands. The best way to get rid of damage is to prevent it! So, once you've got your fresh trim, why not maintain that smooth and shiny finish with a minimum of 1 deep conditioning treatment? You can even do this at home with a shower cap and a moisturizing deep conditioner like the Vanilla Bean Deep Conditioner by Keratin Complex.
3) Speaking of Keratin...
If you haven't had a keratin treatment yet and suffer from the same frizzy hair problems as the rest of us, a keratin treatment is the perfect (and super quick way) to give your hair a healthy makeover. Not only does it drastically change the appearance of your hair by eliminating frizz and reducing curl, it also puts you one step closer to having the healthy hair you have always desired by cutting your styling time in half (if not more) and infusing your hair with all of those keratin proteins we lose during daily styling!
4) Always Seal Your Cuticle to Lock Out Damage!
The best way I have found to seal down those damaged cuticles (which gives our hair that crazy frizzy appearance) is by using just a drop or two of a light serum to smooth them down and shine my hair up! My favorite product for this is the Maijan Oil -- it's super affordable and smells delicious!