Over the past couple of years, my hair has gotten longer than it's ever been. However, I feel like it hasn't gotten any longer in the past couple of months, so I've really become focused on caring for it better. Here are some key components of my hair routine:
I've been taking this on and off for about a year, and my hairdresser always says my hair is healthier and stronger when I'm using it. I've been setting an alarm to make sure I take it every day, to help my hair grow. The Target brand is less than $3!
Y'all, this is the best shampoo ever. I've been trying not to wash my hair every day, and it is great on my roots! My scalp tends to get oily, while the rest of my hair is fine, so I spray this on my roots and it covers up the "I haven't washed my hair in days" look. It also has a nice smell and is sulfate-free! Plus, it's around $8, which is an awesome price!
I've been using this shampoo on and off for a couple of years, and it has continuously been my favorite. I love that it's salt and sulfate-free!
This conditioner claims to nourish and restore moisture to hair without weighing it down. I love it! It leaves my hair super-soft and has a great smell!
Other than these products, I've been trying to only wash my hair 2-3 times per week and I've been using heat protectant spray before using my blow dryer or flat iron.
What are some of your long hair tips? Have a great day!
Miss Southern Prep