BEAUTY: How to achieve healthy, long hair


Don't Overheat 
Putting excessive heat on your hair by using hair straighteners, hair dryers and hair curlers make your hair brittle and weak when not treated afterwards. Avoid putting heat on your hair all the time and if you have to, use a heat protector to lessen the damage you will get.

Strengthen the Strands
Strengthening Strands is the best sign of Healthy hair, and a natural way to condition and strengthen ends is applying Coconut Oil to dry hair and left overnight, rinse in the morning for soft hair. If you want to get a bit fancy, Lush has a variety of Hair Treatments for different hair types such as Roots Hair Treatment for Fine, Thin Hair and Retread Conditioner which is known for being for Curly, Thick hair.

Seal Split Ends
Split Ends meaning when a hair strand splits into two or more separate strands and sealing split ends is a good method. Lush's Shine So Bright Hair Balm includes Free Range Eggs, Olive Oil and Coconut Oil to strengthen and condition ends.  

Vitamins + Iron
When wanting the best for your hair, not only is maintaining it on the outside, but by intaking vitamins it helps on the inside. Using Nature's Own Balance Plus Glow Multivitamin for Skin, Hair and Nails will help maintain and improve your hair, skin and nails!

No over-brushing
Do not brush you hair when it's wet. If you really must, put argan (or some other hair oil) into your hair, and comb through with a wide tooth comb such as EcoTools Bambo Wide Tooth Comb. Brushing = More Breakage and Fall out. Although you are meant to apparently lose 100-200 hair strands a day, they're naturally fall out and hair strands aren't meant to be ripped off like what brushing does.