Love the Hair You Wear

I find that when it comes to hair the grass always seems to be greener on the other side. Girls with straight hair want curly, brunettes want to be blonde, blondies want to be red…. the list goes on. There are ways to make these things happen, but at the end of the day the most important thing is to take care of the hair that you have. Here are a few ways….



1. Do a treatment on your hair. I love Aveda’s Damage Remedy Intensive Restructuring Treatment.

2. Get a hair cut!! I know if you are growing your hair out this seems like torture, BUT your hair will be healthier (and grow out much nicer). Rule of thumb is about every 8-10 weeks.

3. Don’t wash your hair every day. It will make it dry and brittle. Learn to wear your hair in some other ways, like a front braid.
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2 thoughts on “Love the Hair You Wear

  1. LuxinLilly

    I agree about not washing hair every day, but that does not jive well with bikini season! How can you protect your hair when you’re working up a sweat twice a day?!

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  2. Maria

    You are going to rock it this bikini season if you are working up a sweat twice a day!! 🙂 A couple recommendations…. use an oil on your hair at night or before a shower. I love Aveda’s “Calming” or “Beautifying” composition (Both at Aveda stores or Aveda.com) You can put the oil through your ends if they are dry and even at your scalp. I use it for scalp massages for my clients before I wash their hair for a cut. Some people like Moroccan oil, but it’s not something I use. ALSO, when you shower make sure that you are shampooing and conditioning your hair and not just rinsing with water because that will just cause built up of dirt. If you can let your hair air dry once in awhile that will help too. If you are styling it all the time make sure to use a product to protect it from heat. I’m obsessed with Aveda’s Damage Control. Please let me know if you have any questions and I hope this info helps 🙂 Thanks for checking out the blog!

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