We all want long beautiful sexy hair, which makes us feel good, happy sexy and strong. But lets be real Ladys , most of us are not that lucky, genetic reasons is the no 1 problem. Can we cheat mother nature, and get beautiful hair naturally? Of course we can…..to a certain point.
I will give you some tips, how to treat your hair , to get the Best result.
Ladys, i can’t lie to you, healthy hair usually grows only a quarter of an inch a month. So you need to bring some patient with you.
What should I avoid?…
-Most important , since you wash your hair at least 3 times a week and blow and style them, avoid chemical based shampoo, conditioner and styling products! check for: Sodium laurel and laurenth sulfates.They will strip the hair of natural oils and cause hai to weaken and fall out over time. Look for organic products “SULFATE FREE” and organic products made with natural oils and soap agents, and don’t wash your hair every day.Train your hair not to be oily, with dry shampoo in between your washes .
-Styling your hair chemical , like a perm or mechanical, like curling or flat iron will make a big damage. Try not to repeatedly perm, crimp, chemically or mechanically straighten, curl, bleach or color hair. These processes can cause serious damage to your hair, altering the natural makeup of each strand and putting unnecessary strain on them. Excessive heat, in either a blow-dryer or straightener, can singe the hair, so try to air-dry your hair whenever possible.
-Brush and comb carfuly. There used to be a myth out there that brushing your hair 100 times a day would promote hair growth.[ Not only is this false, brushing your hair to excess can actually pull hairs out of the scalp. Use a detangeling brush for wet hair and never brush like a madwoman.
You can comb your hair with a wide-toothed comb while it’s damp, but not soaking wet, but make sure to be gentle to your hair while combing it since your hair is very vulnerable when wet.Always us spry leave in conditioner ,perfect for fine hair.
-Don’t use rubber bands to style or pin the hair back. If you need to pull your hair back and pin it up, use a hair tie. The hair tie won’t cause the hair to get stuck on its surface as much, pulling it from its roots.
-Avoid using styles that put unnecessary stress on hair. Tight braids and tight ponytails, for example, are no-nos because they pin the hair back, putting stress on the follicle. Instead, try to go for a hairstyle that minimizes the stress on your follicles and promote healthy growth.
What should I do?…..
– Get your hair cut regullary. Cutting hair does not make hair grow faster from the roots. This is a myth. It does, however, stop loss of length from the tips, as it prevents breakages from split ends.
-Eating healthy is a main key. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, meats, and fish, vitamine B and iron plays a large role in the health of your hair. Good food is good for your hair. Diet may seem unrelated to your hair, but it actually makes a huge difference. Food nourishes your body, and since your hair is part of your body, food also nourishes your hair.
Since hair is made of protein, make sure you’re getting plenty of protein in your diet. Some proteins to consider incorporating into your diets: lean meats such as chicken and turkey, fish, eggs, soy products, beans, and nuts, avocados and healthy fats. These foods will help promote healthy keratin production, what will result in healthy long hair. Make sure you’re getting enough iron and zinc. Iron and zinc, along with other vitamins, are essential in creating great, healthy hair.
Iron is responsible for getting oxygen to your cells, from the blood in your toes all the way up to your hair follicles.
Zinc assists in the repair of your tissues, making sure that the oil glands around your follicles are working in the proper way. Get your zinc by eating oysters, low-fat roast beef, toasted wheat germ, roasted pumpkin and squash seeds, dark chocolate, and cocoa powder. Get enough vitamin C. Vitamin C deficiencies can cause hair to be weak, lusterless, and prone to breakage. Vitamin C is also a great antioxidant, meaning it helps fight against free radicals, which are atoms or groups of atoms which can destroy certain cells and hasten the effects of aging. Your body uses vitamin C to build collagen, which is crucial in developing hair growth. Vitamin C also assists in breaking down iron, another building block of hair, so maintaining good levels of vitamin C is necessary to absorb iron. The body cannot make vitamin C on its own. It’s therefore crucial that you eat and drink foods that have high concentrations of vitamin C. Cantaloupe, guava, citrus fruits, broccoli, bell peppers, and spinach are all fantastic and great-tasting foods that are packed with vitamin C.
.-Essential oils help to thicken your hair and hair follicles . Chamomile, lavender, rosemary, thyme, cedar wool, almond oil , coconut oil. Apply 15 drops on to your scalp and massage it in with your fingertips .
-Allow you hair to be itself. Keep your hairs natural texture and color, this will result in long healthy hair.
-There are many volumizing techniques and products for a fuller apperance . Root lifters and voumizing spray help when styling your hair, massage your scalp regular using your fingertips
-Avoid stress. Stressful situations often lead to hair loss.If you have a source of stress, try to remove from your live. Some sources of stress are unavoidable , but the usually go away after a while. If your hair is falling out due ta a stressful situation, it will probably grow back with the situation resolved. , thinning hair itself can be a source of stress. Calm your mind by doing everything you can to help your hair be healthy, like using natural products, making a healthy life choice and getting a healthy diet.
-get hair-extensions. Extensions are attached to your existing strands of hair in such a way that they blend in with your natural texture and color , they can be as long and as short as your want .Ask your personal stylist for a consultation
-Eat the right kinds of fat. Certain fats are good for both a healthy lifestyle and healthy hair. Fats in moderation help maintain healthy hair and skin production.
Fats will help you process the vitamins and minerals in your diet — Vitamins A, D, E, and K — that are necessary for healthy hair production.
Eat the right kinds of fats. Saturated fats, trans fatty acids, and hydrogenated fats are examples of fats that you should definitely stay away from. Omega 3 fats, found in marine and plant oils, are good for healthy hair. Salmon, flaxseed oil, sardines, walnuts, and spinach are all high in omega 3 fats
For this reason, B-complex tablets containing fish oils are helpful in speeding up the growth of hair follicles.