This year my focus is on correcting my length and the health of my hair. Correcting? Yes! As you know I have been focusing on keeping my hair moisturized and having less breakage. Now it’s time to also focus on how I care for my scalp.
“But why correcting?”
Last year I was dealing with crazy breakage, due to not moisturizing probably and doing too much with my hair. This resulted in heavy breakage around my crown area and dealing with split ends. And when I say split ends, I mean crazy split ends. Have you ever seen a split end having a split end or multiple split ends on one strand? Well.. that was me.
“Yes, split ends were in full effect”
In 2015 I wrote a post about my problem areas and how I am going to save my hair. In this post I was focused on my nape and edges, but this time around I’m going to focus on some other areas as well.
My focus is going to be on the scalp. We are all familiar with skin care right, well I’m going to introduce you to scalp care. Having a healthy scalp is going to help with the growth of the hair. Don’t get me wrong, my hair grows. I don’t have a problem with that. But for example the length at my crown area is shorter than the rest of my hair. Also the front right side of my hair is shorter than the front left side of my hair.
By taking extra care of my scalp I’m making sure my hair grows nice & thick so I can get rid of the unhealthy ends and get the length that I want.
“Let the scalp care journey start”
If you don’t know by now, my hair goal is to have full & thick even armpit length hair. I know it isn’t your typical hair length goal, but I like that length. When I achieved my goals, then I can see what my next target is going to be.
You may be reading and thinking to yourself, but I also have problems with breakage & dry hair. No stress … I got you! I have free e-book that you can download & YouTube videos on how to keep your hair moisturized. Great tips for achieving soft/moisturized relaxed hair and retaining your length.
We are in this together! I’m taking you along with my on my healthy scalp journey but also going to share more information about why & how to take care of your scalp.
Let the thick & healthy hair continue, Eems!