Hair Care Routine FAQs and tips for long, shiny hair. Thumbs up if you like.
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Hey guys, this video answers the most frequently asked questions about my hair. I also give a few tips on how I maintain my long, shiny hair. If you have any tips for shiny hair, share them in the comments below! ^_^
*To clarify, when I was referring to thin hair, I was talking about my hair follicles, not the amount of hair that I have. Also, you don't have to trim your hair if you don't see split ends. After two months, my ends start to look dry so I snip the tips to keep the split ends at bay. It's not a drastic trim because people don't even notice it. For those who asked, I don't take any supplements for hair growth.
– Macadamia Natural Oil Deep Repair Masque (HG status ^_^)
– Macadamia Natural Oil Healing Oil Treatment
– Macadamia Natural Oil Moisturizing Rinse (Not HG status. I just mentioned it because it is part of my hair care routine. I won't be repurchasing when I'm done with this bottle.)
♥ Shine Serums and treatments (I don't use these as much since my hair isn't frizzy anymore. Adding Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment to my conditioner is enough to keep frizz away.)
– Biosilk Silk Therapy Serum
– Chi Silk Infusion
– It's a 10 Miracle Leave-in Treatment
♥ Hot Oil Treatment Recommendations:
– Moroccan Argan Oil
– Extra Virgin Olive Oil
– Coconut Oil
From experience, argan oil works best for my hair type. Coconut oil is great for people with dry, thick hair and olive oil will work on all hair types.
♥ The hair dryer I use is the Velecta Paramount. It's the best hair dryer because it's quiet, lightweight, and has a powerful airflow. It's important to invest in a professional hair dryer because some can burn your hair and leave it frizzy. ;/
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*I am not endorsed by any of the brands mentioned in this video. All opinions are my own and are not influenced in any way. Everyones' hair is different so what works for me may not work for you. Find out what your hair type is and look for products that cater to it.