How To Have Healthy Hair

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Strong, healthy hair. Some of us have it. Some of us want it—and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that.

So, ready for the hair of your dreams? Here you go:

Trim, Trim, Trim
You know those loose strands at the tips of your hair? They’re called split ends. When you cut them off, your hair will look thicker, shinier, and bouncier. It’ll grow longer and stronger. High five, girl!

Made at Home
Sometimes what you need is right in your kitchen. Break an egg into a bowl. Add a bit of milk, two spoons of olive oil, and some lemon juice. Whip it all together, then apply the mixture to your hair. The mask might have a strong smell but that’s fine. Leave it on for 20 to 30 minutes, then rinse off. Do this once a month.

All About Moisture
Castor oil is great for hair growth. Apply it to your scalp two or three times a week. Focus on problem areas like your front hair. Coconut oil and shea butter are good moisturisers too.
Try them and see for yourself. You can get them in your neighbourhood store or local market.

Easy Does It
It’s the little things that make a big difference. Comb your hair gently. Massage your scalp carefully. Don’t use rubber bands or any rough accessories on your hair. Wrap your hair with a soft, silky scarf before bed. Sleep on a smooth pillowcase. All this stops your hair from breaking.

Eat Right
Improving your diet will help your hair. And the best part? Your whole body will benefit too! Sweet potatoes, nuts, milk and green vegetables are rich in vitamin D and protein. They stimulate your hair follicles, giving you amazing hair.

Remember, be patient. Healthy hair takes time. It won’t happen overnight. So relax and enjoy your journey. We’re rooting for you.

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Kate

Hi am new here am I welcome? my hair is very thick and is always paining me what can i do to make it...

8 months, 2 weeks ago

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Drianna

Use sheabutter and coconut oil. Melt them and apply like hair cream. You can wash it off after some...

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Cutie

But about the mixture of d egg, milk,olive oil and lemon juice if I did not add d lemon juice will...

6 months, 4 weeks ago
Iyanuoluwa

This is highly educative. Keep it on!

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