It’s the final countdown to 2016! Can you believe 2015 is almost over? Well, it is time to march forward and we have you covered on seven hair tips that will have you looking fabulous in the coming new year!
1. Bold Hair Color
In 2016, women around the world will finally get a little bit bolder. Sure, the forwarding thinking ladies of the haircutweb.com have been ahead of the curve for a while, now the rest of the world is about to catch up. Various hues of orange, blue and pink will be all the rage.
2. Trimming Is Overrated
Trimming your hair is not going to make your hair grow any faster. All of the reasons that cause you to have healthy, long hair happen on your scalp, more specifically your hair follicles. So, if you want to trim your hair, remember trimming simply keeps your hair healthy as it grows.
3. Improve Your Diet
Yes, your diet is going to have a big role to play if you want your haircuts to look great. And, for some crazy reason, people tend to ignore this little fact. Don’t and, as a matter of fact while you are at it, drink more water too.
4. Be Careful Brushing Your Hair
Do not brush your hair in an aggressive manner. Instead be gentle and limit those brush strokes to 100 or less.
5. Conditioning Is Mandatory
You have to condition your hair on a regular basis. Use an organic conditioner that uses natural ingredients if you want smooth, silky tresses.
6. Tea Tree Oil Is Awesome
The best essential oil that you can go with would have to be tea tree oil especially if you have a dry, itchy scalp. It is so awesome because it moisturizes your scalp. It’s like giving your hair a big glass of water!
7. Lighten Up On The Ponytails
Ok, I like ponytails just as much as the next girl, BUT unfortunately they put a great deal of stress on your hair. It is okay every once in awhile, but don’t make it your go to style.
These seven hair tips will get you headed in the right direction in 2016. Whatever haircuts you go with, remember healthy hair is just the start of a beautiful hairstyle.
About The Author
Sherry Harris left the corporate world to start helping black women learn more about having healthy, beautiful hair. Follow her blog for practical, research-based tips.