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Glide Down the Aisle with the Healthiest of Heads


By Lauren Heskin
09th Jul 2015
Glide Down the Aisle with the Healthiest of Heads

Just like your skin, healthy, shiny hair depends on a natural, balanced diet. Bring the following into your day, for lustworthy locks.

 

SUPERFOODS TO TURN HEADS…

foods
SALMON, WALNUTS & AVOCADO

All packed with omega 3 fatty acids, which are essential for strong hair growth and scalp health, yet our bodies don’t naturally produce them. Walnuts are also rich in copper, ensuring your hair remains rich and lustrous.

EGGS & SPINACH Both rich in iron, the key ingredient in terms of delivering oxygen to your hair follicles. A lack of iron makes for hair that’s dull, thin and dry. Eggs also offer selenium, a natural mineral that boosts hair growth and keeps dryness at bay, while spinach’s beta carotene, folate and vitamin C ensure your natural hair oils remain balanced.

BLUEBERRIES, KALE & KIWIS Whether you take a vitamin C supplement or find it in these foods, this nutritional superhero is vital in preventing hair breakages and maintaining follicle health.

ALMONDS Magic vitamin E, which is abundant in almonds, most leafy green vegetables and, for topical use, comes in an oil, will visibly improve your hair quality as it stimulates circulation, growth and nourishes capillaries. It’s also your split ends? best friend.

 

 

YOUR LOCKS WILL LOVE…

products1?Insight Antioxidant Rejuvenating Mask Natural, nourishing and delightfully affordable, Insight’s range of chemical- free goodies gets our vote, €6.95

2?Lucy Annabella Organic Treatment Oil For both body and hair, this argan and bergamot oil revitalises and repairs your hair with ease, thanks to its 62 per cent argan oil content, the ultimate ingredient for many a hair mare, €42

3?Kiehl’s Olive & Avocado Leave-in Oil-in-Cream Treat weak, lacklustre locks with this hydrating blend of olive

and avocado that both strengthens hair and restores shine, €20.50

 

This article previously appeared in the 2015 BASH Wedding Annual

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