My thin hair are growing very healthy and long lately. The reason is because I’m taking particular good care of them, much more than in the past for sure.
Once a week I use a leave in treatment (mostly argan or coconut oil) which I leave in for the whole night before I wash my hair: this makes them a lot softer and moisturized.
I use mostly organic or non aggressive shampoo ( at the moment my favorite is The Body Shop – Rainforest Radiance shampoo  ).
Once a week – or two weeks when I’m lazy – I use a mask ( at the moment I’m having good results from the
Every time I wash my hair (3 times a week) I use these new ( for me) products from Aubray Organicas: when my hair are washed and little dryed with towel I use Aubrey Organics – B5 Design Gel on the roots, in order to have a bit of volume, and Aubrey Organics – hair moisturizing jelly on the length.
All of this makes my hair shiny, soft, a bit volumized – but not heavy – and even thickened. After using this combo for a couple of month I’ve noticed a lot less incoming split ends. I have to addThi that I’ve quited quite completely hair style tools (especially my beloved hair straightener ) but to tell the truth I’m not regretting anything. I dry my hair with low heat hair dryer and tangle teezer and  then with electric round hairbrush. When I’m craving for something different I braid my hair in a loose braid and keep like that for as much as I can, usually for the whole night. The result are nice beachy waves.
I miei capelli sottili ultimamente stanno crescendo particolarmente sani e lunghi. Il motivo sta nel fatto che me ne sto prendendo particolare buona cura, sicuramente di più rispetto al passato.
Una volta la settimana uso un trattamento  ( generalmente olio di argan o cocco ) che lascio sui capelli per tutta la notte prima di lavarli: questo li rende molto soffici e idratati.
Uso shampoo biologici o comunque non aggressivi ( al momento il mio preferito è The Body Shop – Rainforest Radiance shampoo  ).
Una volta alla settimana – o ogni due settimane quando sono pigra – uso una maschera ( al momento sto avendo buoni risultati con Aveda damage remedy – intensive restructuring treatment  )
Ogni volta che lavo i miei capelli ( 3 volte la settimana ) uso questi nuovi ( per me ) prodotti della Aubray Organics: quando i miei capelli sono lavati e tamponati con un asciugamano, uso Aubrey Organics – B5 Design Gel  sulle radici, per dare un pochino di volume senza appesantire e Aubrey Organics – hair moisturizing jelly sulle lunghezze. Tutto questo rende i miei capelli lucenti, soffici, leggermente volumizzati e persino inspessiti sulle lunghezze. Dopo aver usato questa combinazione di prodotti per circa due mesi ho notato una grande diminuzione nella comparsa delle doppie punte. Devo aggiungere che ho quasi totalmente abbandonato gli strumenti di styling ( soprattutto la mia amata piastra ) ma non rimpiango nulla. Asciugo i miei capelli con il phon a basso calore insieme al tangle teezer, poi passo alla spazzola elettrica. Quando ho voglia di qualcosa di diverso faccio una treccia morbida e la tengo per tutta la notte. Alla mattina, morbide onde a spiaggia.

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