The power of a ‘good hair day’ is undeniable.
It can dramatically alter our moods, be the biggest confidence boost, and make mornings a little bit more care-free. Great hair trumps all and we know how to get it.
The difference between a good and bad day can be down to our routines and care. The quality of our locks will have a significant effect on how manageable it is; a little control and focus will go a long way.
Personalising our hair routine is incredibly important. Paying close attention to things such as thin, dry, or frizzy ends will enable us to shop for products that specifically target these ‘problem’ areas.
Start With the Washing
Daily washing can dry hair out and strip it of the nourishing oils we need leaving dry and unruly locks.
Stick to two to three washes a week to retain hair’s natural oils.
If a daily cleanse is needed then a hydrating shampoo is essential. It’ll lock in moisture back and give lack-lustre the shine it deserves.
Try this one from Leonor Greyl to gently clean and restore. It has the VA approval.
Following up with a lighter conditioner. Try using it at the ends rather than the roots to avoid the excess product build up.
This Aesop one is light enough to avoid feeling weighed down but still softens and hydrates.
Don’t Forget to Use a Mask
Just like our skin, masks for the hair are incredibly important.
They nourish deeper than regular conditioner, preventing breakage and restoring shine.
Try using once or twice a week to do some serious moisturising.
Add a Good Dry Shampoo to the Mix
Dry shampoo can be one of the most useful beauty products out there.
If we didn’t have time to wash hair the day before, they’re brilliant at taming any unwanted oils or shine.
They can also be great to add volume, especially for evening looks needing a little more life.
Spritz at the roots, under layers and shake to add body. We’re loving this gentle one from Verb.
Waking up on the right side of the hair bed doesn’t need to be a chore.
By listening to our heads and keeping our locks as well looked after as our skin, having a good hair day every day isn’t so far away.
1-2-3 Ingredients For A Good Hair Day
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