Product Review: Avon’s Himalayan Goji Berry Conditioning Hair Repair Mask

Many women and men alike want to have shiny looking hair. Of course, this is the true measure of your hair’s health. Moreover, healthy hair should be free from damages and will not easily break. Therefore, it is important to take care of this body part for better beauty appeal. However, maintaining healthy hair is not an easy thing to do. We are usually exposed to damaging elements in the environment. One may also have damaged hair due to malnourishment. In this case, we will give you some pointers on how make your hair healthier.

So how do we get dry hair anyway? Well, dry hair comes from a number of different sources but the ones that Fudge is concentrating on fixing are causes of a self inflicted nature. People don’t usually realize that things they do to their hair can really damage the vital proteins that give it strength. Heat appliances, for example, have a nasty reputation for ruining hair. Chemicals are also notorious for this. If you frequently color or treat your hair, chances are you’ve experienced some damage or dryness. These products are often filled with chemical ingredients that have a tendency to damage hair. Feel free to use them – just don’t go crazy! Mild coloring combined with a Fudge Hair Care shampoo will keep your hair strong and full.

Recently, I discussed the issue of long hair on older women with my daughter in law. She stated that her grandmother always said that 30 years old was time to stop wearing long hair. Well, I was several years past thirty, so was I too old for long hair?

Protein in your diet is so important. A diet rich in protein will aid in the growing process a great deal. Protein, after all, is what hair is made of. A diet with a focus on this nutrient will aid in growing longer, stronger hair. If your hair is dry and weak, it’s probably because you lack a sufficient amount of protein in your diet. Adding protein back into your hair is as easy as eating protein-filled foods or using a protein-fortified hair treatment. Add foods like fish, yogurt, beans, eggs, lentils, Brazil nuts, and soy into your diet. Wheat germ is also related to growing hair faster. Hair growth supplements are also an option.

Since I started using the Frederik Fekkai line about 6 months ago, I simply refuse to use anything on my hair other then Frederik Fekkai. Not only has it help to repair my hair, it keeps it looking great, keeps it feeling soft, and continues to strengthen it.

Ironically, in T.O.’s most trying moments, they are ghost while focusing on their own brand: Define Your Pretty and extensions. They also have found time to start writing a book and embark on an inspirational tour that will visit various HBCU’s.

Some of my favorite Frederik Fekkai products are the About Apple Cider, Shea Butter, Summer Hair Quick-Quench Rehydrating Gele, Full Volume Mousse and the Instant Volume Spray. Now that my hair is healthier, I have not being doing the treatments as often. Usually only every 3 months. Other then that I simply use the Frederik Fekkai Full Volume line and the use the rehydrating Gele when I have had a long day at the beach and my hair feels dry from the salt water. Other than that, I stick with the basics.

Flyaway hair. Bring flyaway hair back down to earth by using a leave-in conditioner and brushing through. If you don’t have any to leave in, use a very small amount of normal conditioner. Rub this into your hands and run them through your hair, brush your hair as normal and leave to dry naturally.