How To Keep Your Hair Hydrated During The Cold Bitter Months (helps Hair Growth As Well) by Emma Bellefeuille - Musely
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How To Keep Your Hair Hydrated During The Cold Bitter Months (helps Hair Growth As Well)

posted in Beauty > Hair
10/19/2015
  • DO A GREEN TEA SPRAY! A cup of green tea equals up to 3 glasses of water and when you spray and comb through your hair it becomes very hydrating. (Also tried this myself and made my hair really soft)
    DO A GREEN TEA SPRAY! A cup of green tea equals up to 3 glasses of water and when you spray and comb through your hair it becomes very hydrating. (Also tried this myself and made my hair really soft)
  • Do an acv rinse. This really cleanses the scalp and hydrates, this also activates hairs follicles and boosts hair growth.
    Do an acv rinse. This really cleanses the scalp and hydrates, this also activates hairs follicles and boosts hair growth.
  • Do an oil treatment hot or normal temperature. Oil treatments are very nourishing and hydrating and go great with a scalp massage and boosts hair growth.
    Do an oil treatment hot or normal temperature. Oil treatments are very nourishing and hydrating and go great with a scalp massage and boosts hair growth.
  • This is my own hair I've been testing different theories and these are the ones that worked best for me. I love the shine that my hair has gotten and the over all health of my hair.
    This is my own hair I've been testing different theories and these are the ones that worked best for me. I love the shine that my hair has gotten and the over all health of my hair.
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