Baseball fans are still buzzing about the newly unveiled MLB batting practice caps, so I thought I’d keep the rally going and discuss about what lies smashed beneath whatever hat style you choose:
How many of us have cut out photos of various hairstyles we love and excitedly bring them to our stylist hoping she can create the same look for us? Most likely what draws us to certain styles besides our own personal taste is how healthy it appears.
Perhaps one of your resolutions for the new year is to have longer, curlier, more manageable hair or maybe even adding a colorful tint to your tendrils with a new color. Regardless of what it is you desire to do, the most important thing is to ensure your hair is healthy. I suggest bringing your mane to a healthy condition before you do anything else, especially if you’re planning on putting any chemicals in your hair (perms, dyes, etc).
How do you get beautiful, shiny healthy hair? Naturally.
Recently I discovered (and tried) various all-natural products for my hair and face. I truthfully had never put much thought into what the ingredients were in my hair products until last year. Something about turning 35-years-old had me contemplating my facial product choices so I began googling ‘natural face cleansers’, ‘all-natural face soap’, etc. After gathering important factual research (I never purchase anything quickly haha) and reading reviews, I decided upon a particular website that has a store on eBay named Enchanted Waters. I will share in a future post the facial products I now faithfully use that have made a beautiful and beneficial difference for my face 🙂 Anyways, back to our hair!
An amazing, natural and revitalizing pure ingredient is shea butter for your hair. Enchanted Waters mentioned above has a 3.5oz Tea Tree Conditioning Shampoo Bar that is FANTASTIC for your hair and contains:
- Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Organic Palm Oil, Soy Oil and Sunflower Oil
- Shea Butter
- Essential Oils of: Tea Tree and Cajeput
- Parsley Powder
- Natural Vitamin E
This is pH balanced for all hair types, contain NO harsh chemicals and promises to leave you with thicker, more manageable and shinier hair! And of course, you can check elsewhere for shampoo bars so here are a few other cautions to be aware of when shopping for shea butter:
FAKE UNREFINED SHEA BUTTER: Hard, green or some awkward color, smells bad, mixed with various ingredients.
TYPES OF SHEA BUTTER:
- Unrefined: Pure, straight from nature (most expensive)
- Refined: bleached but has some of it’s original components intact.
- Processed/Industrialized: Stripped of its natural components. Non natural components like hexane is added to yield more shea butter.
The Tea Tree Conditioning Shampoo Bar mentioned above has shea butter in addition with other natural ingredients. You can also purchase from other websites pure, unrefined shea which can be used once or twice a week as a revitalizer. Massage it into your scalp and hair and then wrap with a warm towel for 30 minutes. It improves hair texture, moisture and growth. If you’re a swimmer, you can apply it to help protect hair from chlorine and salt. Shea Butter is a daily moisturizer that has numerous uses:
Stretch Marks, Chapped or Dry Lips, Chaffing, Blemishes, Hands, Cuticles,
Feet, Cracked Heels, Bumps, Massages, Dry, Flaky, Rough & Dull Skin,
Dark Spots, Marks, Minor Scars, Premature Facial Lines, Blisters, Knees, Elbows and More!
Obviously, I cannot say enough positive about Shea Butter and other natural ingredients we can use to enhance our natural beauty. Give it a try and if you have any questions, comment below or shoot me an email at email@example.com. I would love to hear your thoughts and what hair products you love and use!
So whether you were contemplating purchasing one of the new MLB batting practice hats or not, by creating healthy hair you will not need to wear it to cover up a bad hair day!
Healthy is Beautiful no matter what size and shape you are, remember that!
I am going to cleanse and moisturize my face with the soap and facial moisturizer which I will be sharing with you in a future post so I gotta go!