Avocado oil is good for moisturizing dry, brittle, and damaged hair. It has a light weight formula that’s easily absorbed into the hair and scalp. It contains many nutrients such as vitamins A, B, D, E, protein, amino acids, iron, copper, magnesium, and folic acid. All these nutrients are beneficial for nourishment and hair growth.(…)
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Click Read More + Comment for additional photos. The crazy antics, strange but relatable scenarios coupled with sarcastic, witty dialogue that is in a category all of its own; “I have been dating someone who treats my heart like monkey meat”, get ready for the second season of the HBO hit comedy-drama series, “Girls”. Starring(…)
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As we begin the New Year it is time to change the way we think regarding “healthy” hair. No longer are the days of disregarding your diet as a factor in the condition of your hair, for we now know they are one in the same. Our hair requires the same nutrients needed for a(…)
During the colder weather months I like to switch up some of my products. It’s important to make sure you maintain moisture in your hair during colder weather because this is when your hair becomes drier and more fragile. A great way to pack in moisture is to invest in products that are thicker and(…)
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Sometimes it’s hard to know what good foods can replace the bad foods we are so use to eating on a daily basis. Here is a chart I found that compares bad foods and the good foods you can replace them with. (FYI: ignore the “see pages…”).