be-abnormal asked: My hair feels dull and no bounce. Can you help to make it bouncy with life?
If your hair is soft, then I’m not sure there’s anything you can do. If you’re fine with using heat on your hair, you can blow dry your hair upside down!
Anonymous asked: Hey! Love your hair care tips and tricks. I normally wash my hair every two days a week. But um, I've started an exercise plan where I work out every day! And my hair tends to get all sweaty, but I cant wash it everyday. I have dry hair and thats bad, right. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance. :)
When I did a heat yoga class, I washed my hair everyday, but to make up for it I put oil on my scalp after the I washed it because I washed the natural oils away so I want to put other oils on.
Hope this helps you :)
Anonymous asked: hey is there any differnce between oiling your hair when its wet and dry? i read somewhere that ppl use it as a sealing when applying to wet and used to penetrate when dry. whats the difference and for what hair issues would it be appropriate to use it on wet or dry. for example, i want my hair to be soft and bouncy, back to wavy instead of dead straight, thick and for it to grow. so i plan on using olive oil, rosemary oil and castor oil. should i use it on wet or dry hair and how often? THANKSx
Personally, I’ve never wet my hair to put oil on it just to wash it later, because I don’t like that, it gives me a head ache. I think that you should try both and see which works better for you.
For curly hair, I think it’s hard to get a consistent result every time, but personally, I think that doing a lot of oil treatments and keeping it as natural as possible (no heat) which will help a lot.
phil-of-the-phuture asked: so my step mom got me this shampoo and conditioner that was like "professional use only"(which I am certainly not)and it had a lot of sulfates and stuff in it but she told me to try it so I did and it dried out my hair a lot like it hasn't been this dry in years (it's curly and so I work very hard to keep it moist and not frizzy like it's an obsession) and the way it is it'll take a few weeks for it to get back to normal do you have any ideas or tips to help me get it back to health faster?
That’s really hard, I have super wavy/curly hair too. You definitely need to do a lot of hot oil treatments, every time you wash your hair wouldn’t hurt. And if possible, do them over night, especially concentrate on the ends. Keep to more natural products like honey and oils! And keep oil in your hair all the time, even if it looks funny for now.
I hope this helped, let me know how it goes!
Anonymous asked: Why don't you answer your questions anymore?
I’m sorry! It’s finals week and things are getting super busy!