,lengthen hair naturally by eating foods high in Omega-3 fatty acids like salmon and walnuts
-Grape seed oil is believed to enhance hair growth. Give your scalp a message using this oil before bed
Tied in Dye
If you are one who has been coloring your hair for ages, you might want to give it a break for a few months, to a year. Let it grow out, at least halfway. This way your hair has a chance to heal. You see, it not only damages your hair but dries it out and is one of the causes of split ends. It also makes your hair look ‘dead’.
First off, the first day you get your hair dyed, don’t wash it for 48 hours, so that the color can set. Be sure you have a shampoo and conditioner that is supposed to prolong your color.
If you wash your hair every day, don’t give it an extra day or 2, as due to the coloring your hair has been stripped of its natural oils (even if your hair isn’t dyed you should only wash your hair every other to every 2 days, so you reduce split ends as washing too often dries hair out as well and breakage occurs) The first 5 washes use some conditioner, after that you can condition every 2-3 washes. And every other week a hot oil treatment. This will keep your hair shining nicely. Limit the amount of product you use.
I remember I think it was I the 90s when I had first tried dying my hair I used ‘Glints’. You’d get red or Blue glints (when the sun shined on your hair, I guess you could say it was like a hair shimmer) The first time I permanently had my hair dyed, I had it highlighted red. Everyone loved it on me. If I ever do it again I may get purple or blue or for some fun a little purple and green. I have not had my hair dyed since I think my late 20s or early 30s. The only hair dying I’ve done, when I do is semi-permanent. I think what I have adds shine, and I bought it from a friend. I think it’s one of the brands that Hot Topics sells.
One of the things that I am probably the most self-conscious about when it comes to my appearance would be my extremely thin hair. Hair length is…