Did you know that your hair cells are the fastest-growing cells in your body? Your hair will be the first to be affected by dietary deficiencies and lifestyle changes. When your hair is in poor condition it usually results in dry, dull, and weak hair. Here are  5 simple healthy hair hacks that you will want to share with your friends.


1. Treat Yourself To  Healthy Fats


Consume more healthy fats from foods such as coconut, avocado, nuts, seeds, and even oily fish. These are the types of foods that are known to strengthen your hair. Essential fatty acids dietary deficiencies from these essential fats may cause hair breakage, weak, and dull hair. Make sure to consult with your physician to rule out any underlying medical-related issues that might be the blame for your hair issues. 


2. Use A Hair Mask:

Use Coconut oil as a hair mask. This is a great way to give your hair the essential fatty acids that it needs to combat hair breakage, dullness, and promote overall healthy hair. To use coconut oil as a hair mask, you will want to use extra virgin coconut oil and leave it on overnight.
Let the mask sit for 1 to 2 hours or overnight for deeper conditioning. Rinse out with lukewarm water, and shampoo and condition as normal.


3. Stay Away From Harsh Chemicals & Heat:

Excessive use of heat and harsh products strips your hair of natural oils, leaving it dull, dry, and brittle. Consider switching to a shampoo and conditioner with natural ingredients. Most importantly make sure that the shampoo and conditioner are free from sulfates and harsh chemicals. Avoid heat styling as much as possible and use heat protectant spray to prevent heat damage.


4. Stop Over Washing Your Hair:

If you are washing your hair every single day, you could be stripping your hair from natural protective oils, leaving  your hair dull and dry. Instead of following a daily hair washing routine, consider stretching out the duration between washes. Use dry shampoo on the roots between washes, if it starts to look and feel oily. 



5. Don’t Skip The Trim:

Regular hair trims are essential for maintaining healthy hair. Having your hair trimmed removes the split ends that weaken your hair. Consider getting routine hair trims every 12 weeks depending on the condition of the hair. It’s a good chance that you may need less
frequent trims.

6. Use a Wide Tooth Comb on Wet Hair  

Never use a brush on wet hair, use a wide-tooth comb instead. This is because using a brush on wet hair can cause damage. Use a brush once your hair is fully dry. When brushing your hair hold hair mid-length while brushing the ends to avoid stress on your hair.