How to Have a Fabulous Hair Day, Every Day

We have all had a bad hair day at one point, and that’s a bummer. There is the salon solution, of course, but who has the time and money to do that every day? According to the website of Therapy Hair Studio in Houston, a great cut from an experienced stylist can go a long way towards making every day a good hair day. However, here are some tips you may want to follow to take it a step further to fabulous.

  1. Avoid caffeine, alcohol, sugar, and processed food. These can give you a boost of energy but then you come crashing down. This will reflect in dank, lifeless hair not to mention a general air of fatigue. Not attractive.
  2. Choose color. Colorful food (natural, not artificially dyed) usually contain antioxidants that are great for battling environmental stresses and keep your hair and face looking vibrant. Green and orange are particularly good colors when it comes to vegetables, so keep that in mind.
  3. Exercise. Get your blood going by exercising at least 30 minutes a day. Your hair will perk right up. You should also tone up those muscles for an overall attractive look.
  4. Drink lots of water. Your hair relies on the scalp, which needs hydration, to stay bouncy. Drink at least 8 glasses of H2O or green tea a day and you are on your way!
  5. Protein up. You muscles are made up of protein, and hair production requires a good amount of it as well. Don’t neglect your lean meat, chicken, fish, and legumes in your daily diet.
  6. Pamper with oils. Some oils make the skin more elastic, and protects hair follicles from drying out under the assault of heat, cold, sun, and wind. Consider eating more salmon or other oily fish, walnuts, and avocado. You can also apply coconut oil directly to your scalp and hair as conditioning treatment.
  7. Brush up. Brushing your hair stimulates the scalp. This can make your hair look and feel healthy. You should also dry brush your skin with a natural bristle brush to slough off dead skin cells and improve circulation.