Well, What About My Hair?!

Posted by Bundle-Her-Up-Hair Admin on

Don’t Panic at Home With Your Hair!

First off a healthy diet is one of the most important ingredient in maintaining healthy hair. Hair and skin do need to be nourished thoroughly inside and out with plenty of protein, iron, and lots of water.

Cleanse, condition, moisturize with a good deep condition. Most of us have started to panic about figuring out how to take care of my own hair while at home practicing social distancing, this is the perfect time to give your hair & skin a rest from. There are lots of self-care practices to do while at home. Whether you’re wearing your natural hair or a protective style (braids or extensions), it’s ok for your hair to rest, The most important practice for at home hair care is to cleanse, condition, and moisturize.

If you’re not comfortable doing so, stay away from DIY haircuts, color, excessive heat, relaxers or any other type of chemicals. If you currently have a chemical on your hair, it’s recommended that to keep your hair moisturized, the less heat the better. And if you’re wearing a sew-in, it may be a good idea to give your hair a rest. If you’re unable to take out your sew-in, it’s highly suggested that you keep the scalp and your hair under the sew-in cleansed and moisturized with some of the best oils for hair; olive oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, etc.. your follicles and your scalp are key factors to maintaining healthy hair.  

Ladies! It’s ok….you’ll be back sitting in your favorite stylist’s chair soon.

TThanx for blogging with #BundleHerUp! Let us know in the comments below what you're experiencing while practicing social distancing.


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