Chelsea Crockett

JESUS | BEAUTY | LIFESTYLE | FASHION

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How to Repair Dry Hair!

Dry hair is hard to prevent. During the winter months, cold air makes your hair go from smooth and silky to frizzy and brittle. Apart from how it feels, we…

Dry hair is hard to prevent. During the winter months, cold air makes your hair go from smooth and silky to frizzy and brittle. Apart from how it feels, we don’t necessarily like how it looks either.  Here are a few ways to bring your locks back to life!Chelsea Crockett - Dry Hair Recipes

After doing some research, I found some cool techniques that I would’ve never thought about doing!  Hydrating products are where it’s at for dry hair. Conditioning with an ultra-hydrating conditioner, especially coating your ends, will help tremendously. A few times a week, do this followed by blow drying your ends (before rinsing!). After allowing your hair to soak up the product, rinse out the conditioner. Only do this 2-3 times a week!

Apart from product remedies, homemade recipes can account for amazing hair revivers. Ingredients such as avocados, eggs, olive oil, etc. are all great for restoring your hair back to a healthy state. Another remedy that never even crossed my mind is a butter mask (wait… what?)! Massage a small amount of butter throughout your hair. Make sure your hair is dry and let it sit for about a half hour. Rinse out the butter with shampoo and you’re good to go!

What other remedies do you have for dry, brittle hair? Let me know below!

XO – Chels   

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Honey Benefits for Your Skin

For those of you that don’t know, honey is a cheap and excellent start for a recipe for healthy skin.  You may think of it as only an ingredient, but now…

For those of you that don’t know, honey is a cheap and excellent start for a recipe for healthy skin.  You may think of it as only an ingredient, but now you can put it to other uses!

Besides its great taste, honey has a wide variety of vitamins and minerals that soothes and hydrates your skin.  Along with moisturizing, honey also helps remove acne and other skin blemishesChelsea Crockett - Honey.  Putting it into action can be done easily at home.  Homemade recipes such as honey masks, lotions, and even hair products are easy to make and results are easy to get.  If you plan on whipping up your own creation, make sure you use raw, natural honey.  This will promote new tissue growth and help exfoliate your skin.  After washing off your honey, a small amount of it still remains in your pores, attracting moisture from the air and leaving your skin hydrated and fresh.  One neat thing about honey is you don’t need to mix it with anything!  Using a teaspoon of raw, natural honey and spreading it on your face will do the job.  Leave it on for as little as 10 minutes or as much as an hour.  After that, just rinse it off with warm water.  It should come off real easily and allow you to have beautiful, glowing skin.

Many natural substances can benefit your body and can be found in items you never would’ve guessed!  Honey is the new “buzz” for flawless and fresh skin!

XOXO – Chelsea

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