5 Steps To Healthier Hair

I believe that if my hair looks good that I will feel a million dollars, any one else feel the same? For most of my life I have had long to mid length thick blonde hair and it would great to work with.

Then I hit my 30’s and had my third child… My hair went from being beautifully thick to thin and even patchy in places. Parenting took over and my roots have started to grow out with out time to visit the hair dressers.  Now I am gradually starting to notice my mum appear when I look in the mirror. As my natural mousey blonde takes over my head and develops a slight wave to it which I keep at bay straightening it.

healthy hair

So I said to my self last week some thing must be done to try and repair my hair and I’m going to give it a go with 5 easily steps.

1. Make sure I have my hair trimmed regularly ,  every 6-8 weeks.

2. Use hair masks and oil treatments to look after my ends and replenish oils stripped through washing with shampoo’s

3. Try to reduce how often I wash my hair from every other day to every 3 days, this ones going to be hard but I’m going to give dry shampoo a go.

4. Avoid baking my hair with curling irons, straighteners and hair dryers.

5.  Tie my hair back with care. Quite often I will just throw my hair back into a scruffy bun and I often think this makes my split ends worse So will need to look into new way to tie it back.


so that’s it, that’s my plan for the next 6 month’s keep you fingers crossed for me and whilst your doing that check out my video below.

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  1. These are really great tips! I went through the same thing you did. I had my kids and during that time my hair changed so much from the time I was in college until now. Isn’t that crazy how that happens?

    • Adeleadmin

      please tell me there’s hope at the other side :0)

  2. Love your 5 tips!! I have relaxed hair and I feel my best when my hair is healthy, shiny without greasy, not frizz city, and just simply feels great!!

    Ursula aka Blueridge Beauty

    • Adeleadmin

      I know exactly what you mean. never thought I would miss my thick hair

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