Go Au Naturel for Beautiful, Healthy Hair
Natural, healthy hair is often the most beautiful. Instead of looking stiff, sprayed, and styled to the max, try going with more loose and flowing locks. Not only will you look amazing, but your hair will thank you too.
Learn how to treat your hair with TLC by going au naturel using these tips from our experts!
Comb Through These Tips For Healthy Tresses
I often get asked about how I keep my hair long & healthy here are my secrets and tips for keeping my hair healthy & youthful:
- Do not wash your hair every day.
- Use a blow dryer when only necessary.
- Try your best not to use heating tools every day.
- Be careful about how often you are coloring your hair.
- If your hair is wet, use a wide toothed comb starting from the ends, and then continue through the rest of your hair.
- Do plan on a ¼” trim every 6-8 weeks.
Importantly, it is about loving your hair and treating it well. Sometimes loving your hair means letting it breathe; letting Mother Nature dry it on most days and twisting it with a little product for waves instead of using heat.
Don’t forget to fuel your body with nutrient rich foods and drink plenty of water!
Simple Tips for Healthy, Low-Maintenance Hair
Here are the best tips for young, healthy hair:
- Keep your hair trimmed every 8 to 10 weeks, which is a little longer than most hair types.
- Apply weekly hair and scalp treatments.
- Don’t brush too much, try to use your hands to style as this help with frizziness.
Avoid Getting Stuck in a Rut
The only way to get out of a hair rut is to change something. It doesn’t have to be a big change. For example, if you like longer hair, try cutting long layers. If you like shorter hair styles, think about cutting the sides and back short and leaving the top long. This helps in controlling the hair when it’s time to style.
A great natural styling technique to keep your hair young and healthy is to braid or do a double strand twist, depending on the texture you want, after you shampoo and condition your hair.
Nelson Vercher, Celebrity Hairstylist
What are some of your favorite natural, low-product hair styles that promote healthy hair?