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6 Winter foods that are amazing for hair health

6 Winter foods that are amazing for hair health

Not everyone knows there are many different ways of hair care. Especially care from the inside by using these foods.Today we’re encouraging you to fill up your kitchen cupboard rather than your bathroom one with some hair-healthy foods that will supercharge your locks this winter. The article below will provide about 6 Winter foods that are amazing for hair health.

The Christmas Turkey

Christmas day may not be the healthiest day of the year for most of us but your Christmas turkey actually happens to be full of hair friendly protein. Hair is made of protein and having enough of it in your diet is important in keeping its strength and quality.

Dark Leafy Greens

This winter you can supercharge your Sunday roast with some hair friendly leafy greens. Kale, spinach and broccoli are all full of iron which promotes healthy hair growth.

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Nuts and Seeds

Almonds and walnuts are really high in omega-3 which provides your hair with essential fatty acids. It also helps to reduce inflammation of the scalp and improve your overall hair health. Opt for a spoonful of almond butter on your toast every morning and you’ll nail this one.


Start your day right and nourish your hair with a super healthy bowl of oatmeal. It’s rich in omega-3 and iron both of which promote hair growth and keep your strands looking super shiny.

Carrots and Sweet Potato

Carrots and sweet potatoes are rich in vitamin A which is needed in the reproduction of cells and helps to promote hair growth. It’s also used in the production of sebum on your scalp which keeps your hair super healthy and shiny.


The scent of the season can actually do amazing things for your hair too. Cinnamon improves circulation which provides your hair with more of the oxygen and nutrients it needs to grow longer, thicker hair.



How to: Quick messy ponytail using hair extensions

How to: Quick messy ponytail using hair extensions

Ponytails, pretty sure everyone loves them…A ponytail does not have to boring. We will show you How to: Quick messy ponytail using hair extensions. These styles are quick and easy to create, which makes it a perfect choice for an everyday hairstyle. The following article will provide you with useful information.

This is probably our favorite way to wear hair extensions in a ponytail. The whole idea is to clip in the wefts in the same direction that your hair would go in naturally when put up in a ponytail.

Separate some hair at the front and clip in a 2 clip weft as you normally would. If you want more volume in your ponytail, you can clip in two wefts in this section. Separate the hair mid-way and flip upside down. Make sure you leave enough hair at the nape of the neck to cover the wefts afterwards.

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Continue clipping in wefts, but this time upside down. This way, when you put up your hair in a high ponytail, the clips will not pull at your roots and will feel very comfortable. This tutorial is a great visual example on how to do this technique. Take out random hair pieces and baby hairs at the front to frame your face and get that messy look going.

Tug at the top of your hair to loosen up the ponytail. Take random sections of the ponytail, and tease them. Here is a video tutorial on how to get volume and tease your hair, if you’re not sure how to do it. Use hairspray to set the look (we recommend a natural hairspray). For extra texture, scrunch the hair upwards with your hand. There you have it – a fun and super playful ponytail hairstyle.


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Yoga and Hair Growth

Yoga and Hair Growth
There are lots of things people claim will change your hair for the better. From the latest superfood to revamp your strands to the newest products you absolutely have to try, there is a lot of hype and noise regarding your locks. With all this fuss added on top of your already stressful day to day life, yoga might be worth a shot for several reasons. You might have heard about the connection between yoga and hair growth. Before you jump on the bandwagon and claim your gorgeous long locks by finding your Zen, let’s take a closer look.
There are many claims that doing yoga can make your hair grow. The idea is that yoga is a great way to achieve improved blood flow to the scalp which in turn helps hair to grow. While it is true that increased blood flow helps hair grow, and there are plenty of upside down poses which encourage this blood flow, there is little research involving the role of yoga specifically for hair growth. In other words, while these claims are based in truth, there is little actual research between yoga and hair growth to definitively confirm it. However, there may be a connection between yoga and stress. What does stress have to with your hair? Well, a lot it turns out!

Several studies have been performed to discover whether or not yoga has a positive effect on stress. The general consensus seems to be that yoga is a great way to manage stress by means of improving certain functions of the body and helping to regulate hormones. According to a study published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research, “Overall the 25 randomized control studies discussed provide preliminary evidence to suggest that yoga practice leads to better regulation of the sympathetic nervous system and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal system, as well as a decrease in depressive and anxious symptoms in a range of populations.” This means yoga is an effective way to cut down on some stress! That’s great, but what does that have to do with your hair?

Stress has been a proven detriment to human health for some time now and it is easy to see that connection. When the body is stressed, the adrenal gland releases a hormone called cortisone. While this is intended to be the body’s natural way of reacting to stressful triggers or stimuli, an overabundance can lead to health issues, as well as hair growth issues. In fact, a study published in The American Journal of Pathology concluded that a test group of mice had inhibited hair growth in response to rising stress hormones. This means when your body is stressed, you have a harder time growing your hair.

The connection between yoga and hair growth is not a clear-cut path, but it is a generally accepted one when you dive a little deeper into the research. Since yoga is proven to reduce stress, and stress is proven to impede hair growth, the two have a closer relationship than the simplicity of just doing Downward Dog poses for the head rush. So, give yoga a try! Your mind and your hair will thank you.

From Curlynikki

DIY Hair Smoothies

DIY Hair Smoothies

Smoothies are a great way to get a bunch of nutrients your body needs to stay healthy. When your hair needs a boost in more than one area, a DIY hair smoothie should do the trick! Just like your breakfast smoothie, there are a few masks you can try to make this multi-tasking mask a reality for your curls.

Coco-cado Smoothie
This mask will provide moisture to your strands with the hydrating coconut milk while the avocado will supply strength with the fortifying fatty acids. The honey and olive oil will act as a moisturizer while also serving to seal strands to lock in the moisture.
1/2 of an Avocado
1 Cup Coconut Milk
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
1 Tablespoon Honey
Blend all ingredients until smooth and consistent. Apply the mixture to wet hair. Put on a plastic shower cap for around 30 minutes. Rinse with warm water to reveal healthier hair!
Banging Banana Smoothie
This DIY hair smoothie is rich in vitamin B which helps rebuild keratin for stronger hair while also promoting circulation to encourage new growth. The banana and olive oil has moisturizing aspects to leave hair hydrated and soft.
1 Cup Plain Yogurt
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
1/2 Banana
Combine all ingredients and blend until even. Apply to wet, clean hair and cover in a plastic shower cap. After 30 minutes, rinse out of hair.
The Grow Up
The grow up is like the glow up but for your hair! When you need a multi-use mask that will help with growth, this overnight mask is perfect. The coconut oil will moisturize and seal in moisture, while the lavender oil is known for scalp stimulation that increases circulation to encourage new growth.
1 Cup Coconut Oil
4-6 Drops Lavender Oil
Heat up your coconut oil to get it back to a liquid consistency. Add in the essential lavender oil and stir until blended. Apply to wet strands and put on a shower cap. This is an overnight mask, so go to bed! In the morning, rinse out and style as usual.

From Curlynikki

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