Healthy circulation can nourish the hair follicles in the scalp where hair growth begins, and massage is an easy, excellent (and delightful) way to rev up circulation. It is also a good idea to treat yourself to regular scalp massages at a beauty salon (Indian head massage) to stimulate blood flow into those follicles.
Effleurage is the technique used when shampooing the hair. Gliding strokes with the palms, thumbs and/or fingertips.
Petrissage is the technique used when conditioning the hair. Kneading movements with the hands, thumbs and/or fingers
Take your 4 vitamins in Single tablets not in a multi vitamin
Wash your hair once a week. Do not dry or straighten your hair if possible. If you dry your hair we would recommend Olaplex No 6 to apply to the hair before you blowdry.
Apply a deep conditioner on your hair is advised with a plastic bag and then a woolly hat on top sleep in, rinse very well in the morning do this every 2 weeks to begin with.
Use a heat protection spray on your hair daily.
Use coconut oil on your mid lengths to ends of the hair to give your hair moisture hair oils can also be used to smoothen out the frizz. We would recommend the Olaplex No 7 for your hair.
Your hair has a natural cycle where it will shed, however stress and poor diet can effect your hair so much, it may shed more than usual or be dry and brittle so all these steps will keep your hair healthy and strong on a day to day basis.
For your hair we would start on the Olaplex No 4 and No5 shampoo and conditioner.
Make sure you change your shampoo and conditioner ever 3 months so your hair/ scalp doesn’t get use to the product and stop working. Once you have use a different one for a while you can always go back to one if you really liked it.
Make sure you have a regular hair cut ever 8 to 10 weeks.