I’m so excited for my new blog series with Nicole! You guys. If you don’t check the blog often, make sure to at least stop by every Tuesday because she will be giving us some of the latest and greatest beauty tips and tricks each week! Perfect for mamas who are trying to figure out what to do with regrowth and damaged hair. (Or in my case, “baby layers” – which is hair that’s been yanked out by tiny little hands!) Her advice will be helpful to anyone really, so you won’t want to miss it!
Here is a little bit more about beautiful Nicole:
“Hi! My name is Nicole Campbell, I’m married to Randon Campbell, and we have a wonderful baby boy named Benton. I have been a hair dresser for 7 years, most of those years were spent in Salt Lake at Salon Dante and Day Spa. In June 2013 we moved to St. George, Utah where I started working at Taylor Andrews Hair Academy as an instructor and also built up my own clientele with my business Halos and Hair. Besides by family, hair has been my passion. I have always tried to continue my education in hair by attending classes, hair shows, and teaching students hands on. I will be sharing some favorite products, doing hair tutorials, and giving healthy hair tips to keep all you mama’s looking good! Please, if any one has any hair questions they would like answered just comment and I’ll try to pick one or two that week to discuss. I’m excited to start this new little adventure and look forward to interacting with all of you. If you need to contact me personally, please visit my FACEBOOK or INSTAGRAM.”
Do you have a greasy scalp? What about dry hair? You may be washing your hair wrong! Here are some tips to help you out.
How to shampoo: Depending on how much hair you have you should be using between a nickel or quarter size amount. Start with that and use more if needed. Shampoo is for your scalp! Rub your hands together and apply at your roots and scalp. Use your fingertips to massage/scrub your scalp. When you rinse your hair, the shampoo will lightly cleanse your ends. Most people apply shampoo to the ends and it can dry them out. If you use a lot of product and have build up, use a purify or clarifying shampoo once a week.
How to condition: Make sure to wring your hair out to get most of the water out. If you add conditioner to dripping wet hair, it won’t saturate and do it’s job. Apply the conditioner to mid shaft and ends. If you apply conditioner to your scalp first, it may become extra greasy. You have natural oils at your scalp and don’t need a ton of extra moisture there. If you have a dry scap, use whatever is left at the end and massage onto scalp.
Have any questions or want us to go over something specifically? Leave it in the comments.
Aubrey & Nicole