Something in the hair! Model Jesinta Campbell shares her tips for the care of ‘tired and damaged’ locks and claims that home remedies are the key
She is not afraid to change her hairstyles and after years of experimenting with her looks, Jesinta Franklin (born Campbell) has learned a few things.
In a recent post on her app, the 28-year-old model offered her hair care tips to subscribers.
“After having had a combination of bleached and blond hair in the last few years, I learned a few things about taking good care of my hair to make sure it stayed in good condition,” she began.
Foreknowledge: she is not afraid to change her hairstyles and after years of experimenting with her looks, Jesinta Franklin has learned a few things
When labeling the post “Tired and damaged”, Jesinta has credited her “great hairdresser” with the care for her now short, dark brown hair.
But she said home treatments have been vital in the care of her long-lasting locks.
Over the years, Jesinta has bleached blonde hair of various lengths before she recently returned to her dark brown roots.
Making the cut: in a recent post on her app, Jesinta Franklin, the 28-year-old model offered subscribers her tips for hair care
“No matter how well your hair is cared for in the salon, what you do at home is also very important,” she added.
She then mentioned a variety of products that she swears by, and turned out to be a fan of Davines, a high-end hair care company based in Italy.
Jesinta said she regularly uses a scalp scrub, explaining that “it is really important to keep your hair shiny and healthy.”
“After having had a combination of bleached and blond hair for the past few years, I learned a few things about taking extra care of my hair,” she began
“Stimulating your scalp promotes blood flow to the area that in turn stimulates growth and can also help produce natural oils that help keep hair healthy and shiny,” she added.
She is also a fan of hair oils and admitted that although she “doesn’t work for everyone,” she likes to put them on the ends of her hair while her hair is still wet.
According to Jesinta it does not have to be an expensive exercise, in which olive oil also works.
Blonde ambition: Jesinta has bleached blonde hair of different lengths over the years, before he recently returned to her brunette roots
“A small amount of this through the ends of your hair will work wonders or you can also get creative and mix it with some of your favorite essential oils and make your own hair oil,” she said.
She said the versatile oil has multiple purposes and can also be used as a “body moisturizer.”
The expectant mother also recommended the use of a hair mask and added: “Hydration is really important for maintaining silky, shiny hair.”
Extra impact: the expectant mother also recommended the use of a hair mask and added: “Hydration is really important for maintaining silky, shiny hair”