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Foods and Tips for Healthy Bridal Hair

Beautiful luscious bridal locks require some love and devotion leading up to the big day. Constant washing, blow drying, and heat styling on a daily basis can be very damaging to your hair, creating split ends and dry strands. If your hair is in need of repair, start from the inside out. A diet filled with Vitamin B will help bring out your hair’s glossy shine. On the outside, a scalp massage and deep conditioning treatment about a month prior to the big day will feel good, stimulate your hair follicles and add body. Despite what your hair products may claim, there is no way to repair split ends. The only option would be to trim them. 

Genetics, age, hormones, nutrient deficiencies may influence your hair. Your diet is one of the few things you can do to control your hair’s behaviour. Here is a list of foods to eat and avoid, if you want to have beautiful hair in time to say “I do”! 

Best Foods for Hair: almond butter, spinach, Greek yogurt, salmon, oatmeal, cinnamon, eggs, lean poultry, barley, sweet potatoes, chickpeas 

Bad Foods for Hair: diet soda, sugar, starchy (white) breads, alcohol, fast foods

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