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Coconut OilYour scalp enjoys being able to soak in the heaps of goodness that emit from using coconut oil. Most naturals will find that their hair will adore the benefits of coconut oil – with one of its most important attributed being that it’s a massively effective sealant for your hair. The problem is, many people will find that during the winter months those previous qualities of sealing your hair vanish completely in the winter and – if anything – make life harder! Do it Overnight One thing that you might notice is that during the winter, it takes a lot longer for the coconut oil to actually absorb into your hair. Rather than applying it as you are heading out the door, do it before you go to bed and when you are getting ready to go to sleep. Worried about ruining your pillows? Then place down a blanket/towel to help capture any excess coconut oil. This will give the oil time to react naturally and actually work its magic. Apply it Lightly Whilst being liberal with coconut oil in the warmer months is encouraged, in the winter more is definitely less. Because in the winter everything will be more “stiff” you will find that using less will give your hair more balance and avoid it from being too light/stiff. Mix your Oils Adding in something else alongside the coconut oil can be very useful, as well. By adding in some extra oils like an apricot oil, you can help improve the speed that your coconut oil will star working at. This can help you give your hair more benefits whilst also removing the big negative of using coconut oil. Mix with Shea Butter Shea butter can be incredibly useful for giving your hair some extra volume during the winter. After getting washed, apply the mix into your hair and you will notice that it will work much quicker, and more effectively, than it would have previously. Getting your hair to look exactly as you intended is always a bit of a battle, especially when it comes to the winter. To make sure that you get the look that you were hoping for, use all of these tips above and remove all of the negatives that the winter tends to bring up when styling your hair each day.
Greek YogurtOne thing that really makes a massive difference to how your hair looks, as well as other parts of your body like your nails, is the food that we can take in. they do say that you are what you eat and your hair will reflect that, along with your nails. There is a lot to be said for the positive health benefits that you can receive from having a healthier diet – however, one of the most important foods you can eat today is Greek yogurt. Especially when it comes to improving your quality of life and especially how your hair looks, then using Greek yogurt for natural hair progression can be extremely useful. Here are just some of the main reasons why you should consider adding Greek yogurt to you weekly shop;
- Greek yogurt is a natural skin moisturizer, and can be used simply by massaging it onto some damp skin. Because it’s loaded with lactic acids, it will help to both hydrate and exfoliate your skin at the same time
- It’s also loaded with protein, which can make it a very useful product to take in if you suffer from a lack of protein in our diet. Protein promotes healthy and positive nail growth, too, however, so it can be extra useful for that reason alone
- Use it as a massaging agent for your scalp for a few moments in the morning, and you’ll notice that it starts to really help over a period of time. It stimulates positive and healthy growth in your hair and will improve the nutrition that your hair is getting at that present moment in time, as well!
- Packed with vitamin D, iron, magnesium and zinc which are all massive players in making sure that your body is developing as it should. For anyone who needs to find a super food that can be eaten as well as used topically, then Greek yogurt for natural hair is just what you need! A deficiency in all of the above issues can cause white spots to appear on the nails as well as cause them to be brittle