Friday, July 26, 2013

NEW hair color + tips to keep your hair healthy!

NEW hair by: The Carriage House Day Spa

hello little baby loves!

How's everyones week going by? 
I've been one little busy bride to be! This wedding planning is going beautiful, I can't wait to write an entire blog post just on that! 

Now, let's talk about hair.

Recently, the amazing Spa I work with colored my hair & chopped off 3 inches - 3 inches to me seems like so much but it was definitely time to trim off the dead ends!

I'm in LOVE with the shade they picked for me, Connie, the famous hair dresser has been doing hair for years and I trust her with all my heart to work on my hair. She is that hairdresser that won't just give you anything you want - she will always give you her opinion and if she thinks your hair isn't healthy enough to hold that much color she will let you know. During past summer breaks I have always had highlights in my hair and this was the first summer I didn't go that direction! Instead, we decided to go with a solid gorgeous brown! You can actually see hints from my pervious highlights I had in my hair - when the sun hits my hair you can see it more and I really like it.

How long should you wait for your next hair cut/trim ?

Long hair If your hair is long and you want to keep it long, it is very important to get regular haircuts in order to keep your long hair healthy looking. Long hair should be trimmed at least every 8 to 12 weeks. If you notice more breakage or split ends, it could be cut as frequently as every 6 to 8 weeks.

Medium hairThe same rules generally apply for medium length hair as they do for long hair. Regular haircuts at 6 to 12 week intervals are very important to keep your hair healthy in appearance.

Short Hairespecially if you want to keep your short style, will need a haircut more frequently in order to remain fresh. 

After getting rid of those 3 inches, my hair feels a lot more healthier! My split ends weren't pretty at all so it was time for those to go! My hair grows pretty fast since I take Biotin vitamins everyday! If you don't take Biotin, I highly recommend it - it's great for hair growth & your nails! 
Also, always try to use a hair product in your hair every night, there's million out there and one of my favorites is 'It's a 10' if you follow me on InstaGram and FB you have seen me rave about that product a million times! lol.

Do you have any hair tips you'd like to share on my page? Leave me your comments down below and I will add them to my next blog post ~

Until next time beauties.


Natasha Marie 


  1. For curly hair, I absolutely recommend DEVA CURL!!! A lot of salons are no longer carrying this because the product doesn't move fast enough, and it makes me so sad. Please, spread the word about it so more curly-haired consumers will try it out!!!

    1. Thank you for your comment! I will definitely use your tip on my next hair post :)

  2. Yay! The biggest selling point for me was the No Poo.... it's shampoo without the lather, which is what dries out curly hair so much! I can wash my hair every day, clean my scalp, and not worry about a big POOF! because my curls are too dry. By day three of using it, I don't even have to use hair gel, just the No Poo or Low Poo, then the conditioner, and the amazing curling cream. I've got lots o' tips & tricks... :-)


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