Tips For Healthy Hair


Salam girlies!

It is a struggle to keep your hair healthy and in a great state while being covered especially when you wear the hijab for a long time throughout the day (I know all my hijabis are nodding yes :p). So today I am sharing with you simple tips that I personally do to keep my hair healthy.

  1. Never wear the hijab while your hair is still wet because it increases hair fallout. It is very important to give your hair time to air dry.
  2. Once you have removed the hijab after a long day, take about a minute to massage your scalp gently with your fingertips, not nails. This will help promote circulation to the scalp area increasing hair growth.
  3. Keep your hair untied while you are not wearing the hijab. You can use a headband or a clip to remove the front of your hair. This gives room for the hair to breathe.
  4. Get your hair trimmed about every six months. This helps hair grow and thicken, as well as remove split ends.
  5. Use a deep conditioner containing coconut oil or olive oil once a week to strengthen and improve the overall health of the hair. I even recommend using a homemade deep conditioner if available. This keeps the hair shiny, and maintains the hairs elasticity.

This is what I do to take care of my hair. These tips are simple yet very effective. If any of you guys have other tips that keep hair healthy, please feel free to share! I would love to know (:

P.S. Sorry for not blogging sooner, I started the second semester of school and I was really busy. Thank God the weekend is here πŸ˜€

Love you guys! xoxo



4 thoughts on “Tips For Healthy Hair

  1. I recently was noticing hijab-induced hair loss. I did my own research and began doing EXACTLY these things. It has helped sooooo much. Much less fallout. My poor husband no longer wakes to hair all over our pillows, the drain in the shower finally works (no more hair clogs), and best of all, when I take off my hijab I don’t take off my hair with it! The hair stays in the follicles! Yayyyyy! lol You know what I mean… the struggle is REAL lol

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  2. Lool! Your comment made my day (‘: I’m really glad your hair isn’t falling out anymore. I faced the same problem, but these tips helped me out tremendously! Check out my latest blog post of Tips For Hijabis #2. I’m sure you will like it. If you have any other hijabi problems and need tips, let me know πŸ˜€


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