4. Develop a regimen
A regimen is a simple plan on how you are going to care for your hair once you have made the decision to get healthy again. A regimen is very specific to your own situation and is custom made to fit your own lifestyle and your own hair needs.
This might mean cleansing your scalp weekly, deep conditioning* weekly, massaging your scalp weekly or even seeing a stylist every two weeks to get your hair back on track.
5. Pick your products carefully
It is easy to purchase everything and anything once you decide to start a healthy hair journey but I would suggest doing some research before buying the whole store.
Frankly, you want to stick with healthy hair products that are as natural as possible. If you are going to get healthy you might as well do it chemical free right? This means reading the labels of products and making sure that the ingredients are healthy for you and your plan.
Choosing products can be tricky, but as long as you are not headed to the store without a plan you might be able to shuffle through the fluff and get the best products for your hair.
6. Follow your regimen
If you want healthy hair it is important that you understand it does not happen overnight just like damaged hair does not happen overnight. You have to be very consistent about your regimen making it an absolute priority in your life. There is no other way to get your hair healthy if you are not consistent with your regimen.
7. Assess your progress
It helps when you see progress in your hair to remain diligent to the process, so this might mean taking pictures on the day you decide to start your hair healthy journey and throughout your journey as well.
Sometimes it is easier to see progress through pictures than it is just looking in the mirror, so you better get used to taking a few selfies!
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