7 Best Hair Care Resolutions to Stick to in the New Year ...

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Hair care resolutions should definitely find their place on your list of things you need to be doing better at next year!

After all, what good are fancy clothes and nice make up if something as basic as hair isn’t as good as it can be, or as good as you deserve?

But, hey, why not go all the way this year and make a hair care resolution all on its own?

Sounds interesting?

Well, here are some things you should definitely consider writing down...

1. Damage Control Will Be My Top Priority

This is one of the best and the most important hair care resolutions a girl can make!

And it doesn’t even have to involve ditching heat!

Well… not completely, at least!

What you want to do, however, is make sure your hair is always well protected and well taken care of which includes everything from a heat protector and SPF product to deep conditioning and nutrition.2

Wear a hat to protect your hair from extreme temperatures, use both commercial products and DIY concoctions to keep it healthy, protected and maybe even reverse some of the damage that’s already been done.

Don’t forget to revise your styling and grooming habits as well, keeping a lookout on those that may lead to serious hair damage and finding adequate, non-damaging replacements.

2. I Won’t Skip My Appointments

Split ends?

Forget about those!

Overgrown layers?

Throw those out the door as well!

All you need is a good hairstylist and enough will power to resist the temptation to skip an appointment or two and you’re already riding the express train to Greathairville!2

Freshly cut hair (even if it’s just a teeny-tiny cut) looks, feels and actually is much healthier so chop even if you’re trying to grow it out.

Sounds ridiculous, I know, but it really works!

Furthermore, frequent touch-ups done by a person who can understand your needs and give you exactly what you want won’t only help you look amazing and well groomed all the time, but aid your hair-growth efforts as well.

I Won’t Let Myself Get Lazy
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