Today we’re linking to The Kink 101. (I know that sounds like the club where Sarah Bellum hangs out at on the weekend but it’s actually a blog run by Kenya.)
Kenya’s question…I was just discussing with a good friend of mine on how to get women active and workout more when they’re constantly worrying about their hair. We determined that it has to be the types of products and not knowing how to properly style or care for their hair which often discourages them from working out. Crazy, right?! But, my question is–are there any products out there that can help women maintain their hair so they can’t use the excuse to not work out is because it ruins their hair? Good luck answering this one. I really struggled to find the right way to word this question…lol!!! I know the answer really depends on many factors, like hair type, possibly length, and others, but there has to be something out there (product wise) that can help, so there’s not anymore excuses to get healthy!
The Right Brain responds:
There is no definitive technical answer but we thought this was such a good question that we wanted to share it in the hopes that the Beauty Brains community can provide some good suggestions. Having said all that, if you don’t want to work out because you have to shampoo your hair, here are a few product ideas that could help erase your excuse.
Don’t have time to wash your hair after a sweaty workout? A spray of dry shampoo can refresh your style without all the hassle of actually washing your hair.
You would work out but you don’t want to have to wash your hair again because it’s damaging? Try a co-wash product like Salon Grafix Conditioning Cleanser. It’s less stressful on your hair than regular shampoo and conditioner.
You don’t work out because re-styling hair takes too much time? You can reduce the time it takes to style your hair (and the time it takes to wash styling products out of your hair) if you use cream-based stylers instead of traditional gels and hairsprays.
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Do YOU have any suggestions for Kenya and all the other would-be worker outers? Leave a comment and share your thoughts with the rest of the Beauty Brains community.