3. Make healthier lifestyle choices for healthier hair.
New year’s resolutions might seem cliché at times but actually, they are serious game-changers for our hair.
What we give to our bodies has a direct impact on our hair, good or bad. For example, if you’re dehydrated, chances are, your hair is, too.
In most cases, healthy hair starts on the inside, so a well-balanced diet, regular physical activity, daily water intake and making time for rest provides a blueprint for thicker, stronger hair that grows.
4. Make time to really know your hair.
Identifying your curl type (3a, 4c, etc.) is great, but it means nothing without understanding your hair’s condition. Porosity, strand strength, varied curl patterns, curl diameter, damage and scalp health are critical components in proper hair care.
Making time to know them well has enormous benefits so schedule a consultation with your favorite hair pro. They are trained to analyze your hair and scalp and can recommend specific products, methods and routines that work.
5. Embrace your ‘Fro.
l understand how afraid some people can be about less-defined, tousled hair. Perhaps they think it implies poor hair health or maybe they’re concerned about social interactions. But, allowing your hair a little grace to just be is a wonderful way to gain a new sense of confidence in its texture.
It often creates lots of pretty fluff and volume. And it's even less work to maintain. Who knows? It could become a new go-to style you just might love!
Wishing you a joyous holiday season and a very happy new year. See ya in 2023!