Have you been slacking on your hair care regimen? Have you worn one style far too long? Have you been dealing with single strand knots? Split ends? Breakage? Well, let me (Bianca) be the first to confess that I am guilty of all of the above. Yes, for 2-3 weeks I had fallen off of my hair care regimen. My hair stayed in a high or low puff/ponytail and appeared to be slaying every day. I mean edges laid, sleek waves, shine and all. BUT the truth is my hair was over it. Over the puff. Over the lack of TLC. Over the gel. And over me. I kept saying I was going to do my hair, but something would come up and it didn’t get done. The lazy naturalista in me was winning honey and I surely paid for it on wash day.
When I finally made my hair a priority I used Hydratherma Naturals Moisture Boosting Shampoo and Moisture Boosting Deep Conditioner (Click here for a review of Hydratherma Naturals products). I did two rounds of the shampoo and the deep treatment with the conditioner (i.e. using the Hair Therapy Wrap). Prior to putting on the Hair Therapy Wrap for 30 minutes I finger detangled my hair. Here’s where I had to deal with the damage I had done. I discovered single strand knot after single strand knot (Click here for How to manage Single Strand Knots). The middle of my hair was the worst as it had the most tangles and knots. Not once did I have to use scissors, comb or detangling brush and that’s because Hydratherma Naturals Moisture Boosting Deep Conditioner is nothing but the TRUTH! It really did the job with restoring nutrients into my hair and easing the finger detangling process. In addition to giving my hair a much-needed deep conditioning treatment I also trimmed my ends as it was evident they were thinning and damaged. (Click here for the BEST techniques for your next DIY Trim). Once I did these things to my hair it looked and felt like it was healthy again.
So what did I learn from all of this…
1) Make my hair a priority.
2) Stick to my weekly hair care regimen.
3) Daily maintain a balanced moisture level.
4) Keep a better schedule of trims
5) Stop wearing styles that put a lot of stress on my edges
And so much more. Now that the damage is gone why not come together with you to do a 21 day healthy hair challenge and take this journey on together. Samantha and I want you to know how to take care of your hair at home. It takes 21 days to make something a habit, right? Well, in this challenge each Monday and Wednesday we will send tips straight to your inbox to get us to this journey of healthy hair together. Yep, it’s all FREE.
What are the rules?
Follow the weekly guide
There will be detailed guides that will guide you throughout the week on what to do for your hair weekly. It will be sent to you on Aug 1st. We want this to be an intimate group so make sure to reserve your spot here. Reservations will close on July 31st or until space fills up.
The 21-day healthy hair challenge is about everyone being equipped with the knowledge of how to grow healthy hair and for us to support each other on this journey to healthy hair. I hope you join us so sign up now.