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If there’s one question I hear most on social media and in comments on this here blog it’s, “How do you get your hair to grow so long?” or any other verbiage of that question! I’m flattered, but honestly, I don’t actively do a lot to make my hair grow. I think it all comes down to the products I use, the vitamins I take, and the fact that I try maintain a color close to my natural color to increase time between dyes and the fact that I use very little heat on my hair.
I also was just recently introduced to the brand-spanking NEW Dove Hair Regenerative Nourishment Collection (I found mine at Target) and have fallen completely head over heals for how it makes my hair look and feel.
See, they’re even pretty, too! Now read on below and I’ll share with you my three days and I do three hairstyles without washing my hair daily. I know all of you busy ladies are going to be all over this!
I’m a wash and air-dry kinda gal most days. Actually every single time I shower my hair always is left to air-dry. It’s not always the warmest option in the winter time, but in all honesty, I don’t remember the last time I used my blow dryer. I just towel dry my hair, add a pea-size amount of Dove Hair Regenerative Nourishment Serum in Oil and brush it through with a wet brush. (If you don’t have a wet brush, you’ve gotta find one– it’s so much easier to get through the tangles and it’s actually safe to use on wet hair!) I’m thankful that the longer my hair gets, the straighter my hair dries on it’s own. That makes this air-dry business so much easier because I don’t have to worry about using a flat iron, either. Bye-bye damage! This is all it takes to set my hair up for two more days!
My day two hair always does so much better in curls than my freshly air-dried hair. Using my curling wand, I curl my hair in 1″ sections, comb through with my fingers and spritz it lightly with some hair spray. Then I’m good to go! I may be crazy, but I always find that curls stay so much better in day two hair and are less likely to fall flat. Sure, it takes a little bit of heat, but I keep my curling wand on low-heat and try not to leave my hair on the wand for too long.
My day three hair never looks all that great. I have a little bit more oily hair type, so by day three I’m getting a little more on the grungy side. The easiest thing for me to do on day three is to spritz it with some dry shampoo, flip my head upside down, bunch up my hair and wrap a hair band around it. After I’ve got it in the hair band, I find a place for the loose strands of hair with the help of some bobby pins and I’m good to go! It’s funny, though, because even with day three hair and my hair piled on top of my head in a messy bun, I still receive so many compliments! (Especially when I add a cute headband or two!
I know this three-day hair thing isn’t for everyone, but I love the time it saves me to just jump in the shower, wash-up and jump out. Not to mention the damage it saves my hair to not have to worry too much about too much heat or product on my hair! Seriously though, next time you are at Target, grab the new Dove Hair Regenerative Nourishment Shampoo, Conditioner and Serum in Oil. Your hair will thank you!
Do you ever not wash your hair for three days?
How do you style your three-day-hair?