It Yields Favorable Results
Consistent practice at anything will yield results; who doesn’t want results? With that said, if you follow good practices that are beneficial to the well-being of your hair-care.
You are bound to have great results, whatever that might be for you; be it a fuller crown, longer hair, more manageable hair that is easier to style, or hair that adds a certain pizzazz to your appearance.
It Fosters Discipline
A regimen helps you to develop patience, especially with our type of hair. If you want hair long hair and you are afro-textured you may more than likely have to wait it out. A regimen can help you appreciate the process since a regimen is essentially a series of steps that are taken to achieve the desired outcome.
A Regimen Makes It Easier to Achieve Your Hair Goals
If your regimen is ensuring a balanced nutrition along with observance of safe and responsible manipulation, then the end result will be the healthy crown you want. In such a case, hair will be fuller, stronger and longer (if you choose to retain length). It’s the most obvious outcome.
It May Alert You to Health Factors
The thing about a regimen is that it often calls for a basic analysis of the results, and if you are diligent about the steps and checking the results, the tiniest issue may help you discover underlying health issues so you can alleviate them. Just think, if you are doing everything right as it relates to topical hair care practices and styling but still notice that your hair is showing some sign of distress, you might start recognizing that it is a deeper issue manifesting by affecting your hair. Such a thing would prompt you to seek medical advice. The result would be you taking better care of your health. I say that’s a pretty awesome trade-off.
If you are one who feels a hair-care regimen is irrelevant and just a waste of time, I challenge you to consistently follow a simple yet solid regimen for a month and see if you won’t get better results. The thing is, you are getting results now with the haphazard routine that you think isn’t a regimen (I think I debunked that at the beginning of this article anyway). Those results are most likely crappy but in the event that you fall into the anomaly category and are reaping decent results with the lack of a sound regimen, just think how better it would be if you do start putting more thought into your regimen.
Look at it this way, you stand to gain rather than lose with a hair-care routine and this makes it important if you really want to give yourself the best shot at reaching your goal. Will you take the challenge?