I wanted to get ombre hair for the summer, but it would look silly with my hair length at the moment.
Also, does anyone know if "hair, skin, and nails" vitamins actually cause acne...or no?
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Biotin & Hair, Skin & Nails supplements are a great addition to a WELL ROUNDED DIET. Eating a diet rich in dark green leafy veggies(spinach, kale etc), fruits and protein(salmon, tuna, sardines, lean red meat) is the surefire way to ensure that your hair is healthy from within. Regardless of what you apply to your hair topically, nutrients from natural sources(foods) are your best bet.
Use either biotin or Hair,Skin & Nails supplements as a way to ensure you get your vitamins and minerals. The Springvalley Skin,Hair & Nail supplements or Springvalley biotin supplements can be purchased at Walmart and are affordable or you can opt for GNC brand(pricier), but they all contain essentially the same nutrients.
-Use a sulfate free shampoo and conditioner. Organix, repure, David Babaii, Aubrey Organics are great selections of shampoos and conditioners. Sulfates are drying and damaging to the scalp and hair
-Use a deep conditioner once a week. Macadamia oil is a good brand(although pricey) but you can always opt for an Organix deep conditioner or Aussie
-Using natural oils such as extra virgin coconut oil or extra virgin olive oil can help improve the overall condition of your hair. It won't make it grow directly, but they can help retain length
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