Olive oil contains essential fatty acids and will help moisturize your hair. With this easy trick, you’ll never have to buy hot oil treatments again, or go to the salon (unless you live in Carson City, in which case you should come give me your moneys). It will improve your hair texture and rebuild damaged hair. It is even said to make your hair grow twice as fast. Even though I’m not sure if that last part is true, it does make sense. I remember reading that you can apply castor oil to your eyebrows or eyelashes, which lubricates the hair follicle and makes them grow faster. I do plan on trying this olive oil hair treatment once a week (which is the recommended amount) and I will inform everyone on the progress of my hair growth.
Let’s talk about how to keep bleached hair healthy!
Blondes seriously have more fun… or at least that’s what I usually tell everybody. I’m 26 and started bleaching my hair when I was 12.
Even though I always go back to the dark side every once in a while, I always end up with platinum blonde hair. I’m just happier with blonde hair. I feel like it brightens up my face.
Earlier today, when I was at the grocery store, I decided that I wanted to buy some baking soda and apple cider vinegar so I could try the “No Poo Method.” I figured that since I recently wrote an article about it, I had to try it so I can give my actual opinion. Here’s the story of the time I tried no poo and liked it!
The Story of When I Tried No Poo:
I was super excited to take a shower tonight, so I could try the no poo method and learn what the hype is all about. I will admit that washing your hair with baking soda is rough. It does not lather at all. I made sure that I covered my whole head and just mimicked shampooing my hair. It felt pretty normal, so I figured, “whatever.”