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Re: Home made tips for long healthy hair plz!?

Postby MargStone » Wed Jul 09, 2014 2:32 am

Use coconut oil to make you skin radiant. It's very effective.
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Re: Home made tips for long healthy hair plz!?

Postby TachiShi » Wed Aug 27, 2014 1:49 pm

One way to maintain long hair is when you add shampoo, wash it out in lukewarm/cool water.
Washing your hair (with shampoo) exceedingly, like once every second day, is also bad for your hair.
Some people find that staying away from shampoo, and using a special brand of balsam instead for hair washing is better for their hair type.
I don't recommend that method to everyone, since it's individual.

And last, but not the least, stay away from hair dryers if possible, and watch out for split ends.
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Re: Home made tips for long healthy hair plz!?

Postby MoonageDaydream » Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:30 pm

Healthy diet is really important. I don't eat meat so I take a protein supplement (I add it to a smoothie each morning). Healthy fats (like those in olive oil, fish and nuts) will also help give your hair more healthy shine. Papaya is also really good for your hair & hair growth.

I also make sure to use a boar bristle brush on my hair (instead of reg kinds). Boar bristle brushes help distribute your hair's natural oils without causing tugging and breakage. (only use on dry hair of course). Make sure to always be gentle, and start from the ends and work your way up. (Gently de-tangle any snarls with your fingers first instead of forcing the brush through it).

Lastly, I recommend getting a silk pillowcase. (tossing and turning during the night on a reg pillow can cause breakage).
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