5 Ways to Maintain Healthy Hair

Hello again, my beautiful audience! Guess what I did today? I got my hair done! To be honest, it took a really long time to do. In fact, it was the longest that it has ever taken to get my hair done. Not that I’m surprised, because I have a lot of hair. But, to be honest, the results ended up being worth it! ✨

My experience inspired me to focus my post on How to Maintain Healthy Hair (no matter what the texture is)! Of course, since school is now in session, it’s important that we all keep our hair looking fabulous, don’t you think?

Note: This is reblog of one of my most popular blog posts. Because you all seemed to like it so much, I thought that it would be a great idea to post it again!

Besides, the best days of school are usually the ones where your hair is looking and feeling its best. Why? Because when you look better on the outside, you feel better on the inside! And who doesn’t want to feel great about themselves? Am I right?!?

So, are you ready for some healthy hair tips?

Yes? Let’s get started!

  1. Look at the ingredients in the products that you use. 

Sometimes, it’s easy just to get a conditioner because of the price tag, but have you ever taken the time to actually look at the ingredients? It can be something that we don’t pay attention to, but it’s really important to know what we are using on our hair. Using products that are right for your unique locks create the best results! Besides, who wants to pass on a voluminous hair flip?

2. Master a brushing technique. ✨

Honestly, most people don’t enjoy tangled hair. For one, it doesn’t look great, and two, detangling can be really painful. Even though it is important to keep your hair tangle free, it is also important that the way you brush your hair isn’t done mindlessly. Experts have said that it’s better to brush the bottom of your hair first, then work your way up to the roots. Using the correct technique when brushing your hair can make managing it simpler and less painful!

3. Be sure to use protection! ✨ 

Before you use a hair straightener or any other heated tool on your hair, make sure to use a heat protector. Heat protectors are meant to moisturize and condition your hair, as well as protect them from getting heat damage. Plus, it might be at least a little harder to burn a huge chunk of your hair off after using a flattening iron, so that’s a plus!

4. Get your edges trimmed often. ✨

It might sound a little unbelievable, but trimming your ends every once and awhile can encourage hair growth! Trimming can also help get rid of dead and split ends, therefore, making your edges look more even, and healthy. So, if you want to grow your hair longer, then I would definitely take this tip into consideration! 

5. Educate yourself on your hair. ✨

What’s one of the best ways to maintain healthy hair? Learning about it! By knowing details about your locks, such as the texture and how often you detangle it or use hair products, you can automatically use that information to keep it healthy. Do research on what products you should use and how you should brush your hair. I’m sure you’ll love the results! 

Alright, my beautiful viewers! I really hope these 5 Tips to Maintain Healthy Hair helped you with keeping up your fabulous back-to-school hairdos. 

Don’t forget that keeping your hair healthy is important for your overall health! Not only does it look absolutely fabulous, but your hair can hair can be very healthy, manageable, and beautiful as we all enter the new school year, and look like the best version of yourself in the process!

Have a wonderful, happy, and healthy day, kind people! ✨

Do You Like My Braids? #NaturalHair #BlackIsBeautiful

Hello, everyone! How has your day been? Today, I went to the hair salon and got a hairstyle that I really love! Read further to find out where the inspiration for my style came from! ✨

So let’s get started!

About 1-3 weeks ago, My Goodmommy redid her hair in braids that went to the side. Of course, I absolutely loved this hairdo, and wanted it for myself, as well. Of course, I had just gotten my hair done at that point, so I had to wait for three weeks to get my hair redid. Omg 😩

A day or two before my next hair appointment, my Goodmommy asked me what style I wanted. I was glad that she thought of asking me this, because I hadn’t figure that out yet. However, when I thought about it, which style do you think I picked?

Yep. The braids in a bun! ✨

This is how my hair looks after the stylist blow-dried and combed my hair. Yep, I have a lot of it, lol.

Overall, the experience was really enjoyable, especially since it was my first time getting a completely braided style at a salon. What I really love about braids, especially on natural hair, is they can last for up to 3 weeks, especially if you sit under the dryer for about 15 minutes!

This was especially convenient, considering that my birthday is coming up super soon! And, who doesn’t what their hair to be fashionably fashionable on their birthday, am I right?

I am absolutely in love with my natural hair! 💕

Okay, everyone, I really hope you enjoyed this blog post about my natural hair! ✨

Also, comment down below if you prefer me to post things like this, where I give you a glimpse of my real life, or when I provide tips and advice to you guys about different things. Maybe you like it when I do both! Whatever you prefer, please comment your opinion down below! If you like both, please let me know which one you want me to do more, and I’ll try my best to satisfy the requests!

Have a happy, healthy, and joyful day, everyone! ✨