New Year Lockdown Hair Tips

New Year Lockdown Hair Tips

Ever wondered how to give your hair some self-care? Check out Hairports Top Tips and you could have luscious locks sooner than you think.

Feed your hair from within.

Its as simple as it sounds. Making the right healthy food choices will make all the difference to how healthy and strong your hair becomes.

Hair is made up made up of a large amount of protein called Keratin, which can be lost through environmental influences and chemical / heat damage.

Choosing protein rich foods such as eggs fish and dairy products can help significantly. Foods high in vitamin A such as carrots and sweet potato and foods high in vitamin C such as broccoli and strawberries also help nourish your hair.

Of course, drinking plenty of water will also flush out toxins, keeping you in good health.

No heat challenge.

Put down that hair dryer and step away from those tongs. You would be surprised at what effect heat can have on your hair. Heat can exaggerate the appearance of split ends and make hair feel dry and brittle. Within a month of not using heat on your hair you will feel and see a huge difference. Why not try it? What have you got to lose!

Nature’s way.

Did you know that foods such as Avocado, Eggs, Honey, Mayonnaise and Coconut oil, are all-natural products that can be used in homemade hair masks? They can be a cheaper yet healthier alternative to big expensive salon Brands.

Wash Hair less often.

Yes, you heard us right. Washing your hair too frequently can strip your hair of its natural oils. Which will leave it more susceptible to breakage over time. If your hair is feeling dry this could be a tell, tell sign that you need to be washing it less. Also having the correct shampoo and conditioner for your hair type, in your routine is a must.

Silk pillowcase.

Silk pillowcases help reduce friction preventing damage to your hair. The silk fibres are less absorbent than cotton fibres, which keeps your hairs moisture and hair products where they belong – on your hair.