Okay, so I’ve wanted to be blonde for a long time now, and I finally decided to bite the bullet and try it out. I’m so happy with my new hair!! However, there are lots to do to take care of your hair, whether your planning on going blonde or just nourishing your dark beautiful locks! Down below are some things I did to get my hair super healthy and keep it that way.
The first and foremost trick is to simply watch how often you wash your hair. Yes, you are still supposed to bathe, but sometimes it’s better to wait to wash your hair. I find that the best amount of time for me to wait is about 3-4 days. The reason for this is that the oils are naturally good for strengthing your hair. I’ve experienced this first hand with my hair. It adds a soft feeling to your strands but also helping stop damage. Although the look of your hair may stop being appealing, there’s plenty of hairstyles out there to help you utilize that greasy hair or hide it.
Secondly, it is important to know good products to use in your hair and when to use them. For me, one of my favorite products to use is a Red-E leave in conditioner.
This one above I’ve been using for awhile now. I sprints a little bit in my hair while it’s damp after I wash it. This helps protect your hair from heat, and keep moisture in your hair.
It is also important to know what kind of hair you have, and what kind of proteins are good for it. I have very oily hair, so I don’t need extreme moisturizers. But I did find my ends brittle from dead ends and breakage, so I decided to invest in a good conditioner.
I LOVE this conditioner above. The keratin and argan oil is amazing for my hair. This is a nice quality product that has been very effective. I absolutely love this and see myself using this for a very long time.
It is also helpful to avoid brushing your hair when it’s wet, using too many chemicals, and applying heat to your hair on a regular basis.
I hope this post was hopeful! If you’re this thinking of making a big change with your hair, I encourage you to go for it. It’s always fixable if you end up not liking it, but it’s better to know instead of wonder.