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Hair…

October 2, 2015

 

hair tricks

aveda dry remedy
long hairTry not to straighten this part of your hair too much because that’s always the hardest part to grow.

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Make sure to pull up your top layer to get the curly pieces underneath.

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Hair care is something I take very seriously. When you have long hair, keeping it healthy can be such a challenge.  Plus, I highlight it, so that doesn’t help matters.  I wanted to share some of my hair tips with you all! Starting with, don’t wash you hair every day.  It dries your hair out so much. I use dry shampoo the days that I don’t wash my hair.  Find a good conditioner to keep the ends healthy.  I don’t get my hair cut that often because I’m trying to grow it longer; but normally three to four times a year I’ll go for a trim. When I got my hair cut and colored by the same person I would just get a trim every other color. Make sure if you put your hair up a lot to use the rubber bands like these because they aren’t so damaging. I like to invest in a good straightener and curling iron.  I included a list below of my favorite hair products.

 

Dry Shampoo – I have used this dry shampoo for year.  I really like how it makes your hair feel.  Sometimes I use it on my clean hair just to give it texture.

 

Shampoo– I always use color safe shampoo to not take any low lights I have out of my hair.

 

Deep Conditioner– I love this for when I deep condition my hair: normally once or twice a month. I love the smell of it!

 

Everyday Conditioner–  Just a great everyday conditioner.

 

Hair Oil– I put this Dry Remedy on my hair before I go to bed every other night. It really helps the ends of my hair stay healthy.

 

Straightening Iron– I love this one because you can adjust it depending on the thickness of your hair which I had never seen before. It also heats up very quickly.

 

Curling Iron–  I love this one because it heats up quickly.  You have to get used to it because it does a different curl than a traditional iron.

 

Brush– These brushes are great because you can use them on wet and dry hair.  They aren’t as damaging as other brushes I’ve had in the past and work great on kids hair too!

 

Hair Ties–  I switched to these because I wear my hair up a lot when I exercise and these don’t damage as much.  If you use the traditional hair tie you can start to see rings over time.

 

Lindsay…

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10 Comments

  • Reply Megan October 2, 2015 at 9:16 am

    Your hair looks so good! I need a new flat iron! (I’ve had mine for like 5 years…)
    ~~Megan~~
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  • Reply Heidi October 2, 2015 at 4:45 pm

    I need to try that oil, my hair need something to bring back the moisture after using heat on it!

    Wishes & Reality

  • Reply Maria Montero October 2, 2015 at 11:57 pm

    I love this, I’m definitely going to look into using dry shampoo 🙂

  • Reply Karin S October 3, 2015 at 2:12 pm

    Your hair looks amazing!
    I’ll definitely try using hair oil and dry shampoo 🙂

  • Reply Judy Thomas October 3, 2015 at 7:35 pm

    Thank you for the awesome tips and info 🙂

  • Reply Starla October 4, 2015 at 6:28 am

    Great tips! I try and rarely straighten my hair because it takes such a toll on it sometimes! I love Aveda products!

  • Reply Mai T. October 5, 2015 at 4:37 am

    I’ve read many positive reviews for Aveda ‘damage remedy™’ Restructuring Conditioner and would love to try it for my damaged hair.

  • Reply amy tolley October 5, 2015 at 9:41 am

    i could use this for my hair i have dry issues thanks for sharing these great tips with us

  • Reply Rachel October 6, 2015 at 9:23 am

    Your hair always looks beautiful! Thanks for sharing the products you use!

  • Reply molli vandehey October 10, 2015 at 6:24 pm

    you hair is amazing. oi am so hair challeneged

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