Haircare has always been a hot topic, second to facial care. Everybody wants that shiny, thick hair nowadays but we can't help to picture all the money and time we have to throw in for all the salon treatments and expensive hair products. Instead of spending thousands of dollars to make your hair look fuller and healthier, here are a few major tips you can do at home that won't cost you a fortune. 


This is probably the most effective way which solves your problem from the (hair)roots! Make sure you choose the right vitamins, ideally, those that contain folic acid/ biotin, these two are the most important elements for hair growth. I have been taking Sugarbearhair Hair Vitamins for 4 consecutive months now and seen really obvious results. It has Biotin, Folic acid, and Vitamin C which not only promote hair growth but also helps your nails. The best thing about their vitamins is that they are not in the form of pills, and they taste just like gummy candies. My hair is so much shinier and smoother right now, and it only took me one month to show the results. I take two gummy bears each day in the morning so I will never forget taking them, consistency is really important for any kind of supplements. If you have a hard time with consistency, then I suggest you trying Sugarbearhair's supplements, their gummies really helps me with getting consistent every day. 


Wash your hair no more than 3 times a week. Over-washing your hair causes unbalance in your scalp pH and oil secretion, also increases hair loss. Remember all those hair down the drain every time you wash your hair? Hair sheds due to metabolism, but also because you pull them every time you wash your hair. Try to wash your hair less, and gently when you apply shampoo and when you dry your hair with a towel, you will notice a significant change in 3-weeks time and I guarantee you will see the change.


 For both shampoo and conditioner, it is best to choose the ones that contain keratin, it is the major nutrient for hair repair and constructs. Opt for hair thickening and volumizing options if you want a thicker, fuller body of hair. Use a hair mask or hair treatment once a week if you can to nourish your hair and repair all the damage you have done for the past week. Use a hair styling cream or oil after you wash your hair, this will replenish nutrients to your hair every day and give you that extra healthy glow. Use hair protectant whenever you need to style your hair and never go over 200 degrees Celcius whenever you curl or straighten your hair. 

*This blog post is sponsored by Sugarbearhair