Healthy Hair Tips

No, no, I’m not balding (even at age 65) and still have a fabulous head of hair that should have landed me a male shampoo modeling job decades ago.

Well, anyway, with that little resentment out of the way, let’s get to the five healthy hair tips I’m sharing today. :) This tips come from my good friend Karen Van Cleef, whose head holds some of the healthiest hair I’ve ever seen.

Karen’s not only a hair expert.

She also developed ToothSoap, a natural dental health product that has saved me thousands on dentist bills over the years.

And now for the five tips for having healthy hair:

To Make Your Hair Shine…

Always rinse your hair with cool water to seal the cuticle and make your hair shine.

For an Oily Scalp…

Saturate a cotton ball with witch hazel and dab all over your entire scalp.

For a Homemade Intensive Conditioner…

Mix 1/4 cup of olive oil with 1 egg and apply to hair. Use more olive oil if your hair is very long. Cover your head with aluminum foil, then with a towel that has been warmed in the dryer. Leave on for 30 minutes to an hour, then shampoo as usual.

To Texturize Limp Locks…

Braid slightly damp hair at the crown, make only a few braids depending upon the thickness of your hair. Let dry completely, take braids out, spritz on a lightweight hair spray and run fingers through.

For a Shine-boosting Hair Mask…

Mash an over-ripe banana; combine with 3 drops of almond oil. Massage into dry hair, leave on for 15 minutes, then shampoo out.

Follow these tips and you too may wind up with a hair modeling career in the near future.