I don't know about the men out there, but I know most women care A LOT about the quality, texture, and overall fabulousness of their hair. I might go as far as saying that I...I mean some of us, can be pretty vain about our tresses.
It's OK to admit, I won't tell.
A woman's hair can be her badge of beauty, or a sign that she is a hot-mess without a mirror or a best friend. For most of us keeping it from breaking, being dry, or unruly is our only concern.
On my journey towards living the most natural life I can muster, I've discovered that my hair was the one thing I had sorely overlooked. Being a crunchy Black girl I had to overcome some deep issues (mostly fearing looking like some cotton-pickin slave). More on that in another post.
NE WAYSSSS...I've now been free of the creamy crack for over 5 months (praise Jesus!). I've removed all the harmful chemicals from my hair product arsenal---stripping it down to only the bare essentials, and replacing the necessary stuff with all natural products like Jason's Biotin Shampoo & Conditioner.
But wait! It's not just about what you put ON your hair, it's also about what you put IN it.
Our hair is a living, breathing, part of our body that needs all the same vitamins and nutrients to thrive. So if you aren't eating right, then you aren't going to have the shiny, voluminous hair you deserve.
So do yourself a favor and feed your hair from the inside out with these 5 hair strengthening foods.
Salmonother nasty stuff that gets pumped into many farm raised fish. If you fancy a vegetarian or vegan diet include one or two tablespoons of ground flax seed in your meals for some plant-based omega-3 fats.
Dark Green Vegetablessebum, an oily substance secreted from your hair follicle that acts as a natural conditioner.
Got any food tips for growing strong healthy hair? Share your crunchy wisdom below!
Washing, Rinsing, Repeating in Granolaville,