NEW HABIT: Replace hair conditioner with hair oil
For the last couple of years, I have grown all the bleach and hair dye out of my hair. Finally, I now wear my natural colour. I wanted to do this before I go grey. My hair is in such good condition now, that using conditioner weighs it down and coats with residue. Not using conditioner however, can make my hair a little dry and unmanageable. The perfect solution for me is using Liz Earle’s Nourishing Hair Oil. Unlike Argan Oil, it smooths the ends of the hair without making it greasy. It’s the perfect substitute for hair conditioner.
“I will use hair oil after washing my hair instead of using conditioner”
NEW HABIT: Budget for a haircut every 12 weeks
Firstly, I grew out all the bleach in my hair so now I have my natural colour. Since then, I have been growing it long. It’s getting to how I want it to be but there are several inches still to go. I also want to have a nice hairstyle to go to work with. At the moment, I just leave it long and straggly which isn’t ideal for my job role.
My hairdresser comes to my house to cut my hair. I’m changing the regularity from every 10 weeks to every 12 weeks to save money. I’m also now budgeting £40 for it every 12 weeks.
“I will have my haircut every 12 weeks and budget £40 to pay for it”
“I will budget £40 towards a haircut every 12 weeks”
I have nearly come to the end of my mini shampoo bottles collected from hotel visits. This means I can now level up to my preferred choice. Currently I am switching back to Liz Earle products which I loved when I was using them a couple of years ago. I do have a wish to use greener, more ethical products in the future, but for now I need to focus on products that work and and make me feel good. When I have been on my path to perfection for a year, I can consider focusing on making greener products work for me.
So for now, I’m about to start using Liz Earle’s Botanical Shine Shampoo.