My Current Hair Care Routine!

We’ve all heard the saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but today I’ve got a new one for you… “apple cider vinegar keeps the bad hair days away!” hehe ๐Ÿ˜‰ Since fall is officially here and apples are finally in season, I’ve been adding apples to all of my recipes and even my hair products! I’ve been using Aveeno’s Apple Cider Vinegar Blend Collection lately and besides giving me all the fall feels, it’s really a great formula and super nourishing for your hair after the summer season. As we transition into fall, our hair needs a little clarifying from all the sweat and oil buildup caused by hot summer days. The apple cider vinegar blend in this shampoo and conditioner not only helps to clarify your scalp, but it also adds shine to dull hair. I personally have had issues with a dry scalp after giving birth to Kennedy, and I’ve found that this blend helps it to stay balanced. On top of that, these products are super moisturizing for both your hair and scalp because of the number one ingredient, oats! And, of course, they’re free of sulfates, parabens and dyes. Did I mention each bottle is only $6.97 from Walmart?!ย 

In addition to using Aveeno’s Apple Cider Vinegar Blend, I’ve also been doing a few other things to keep my hair healthy. The first is taking a collagen supplement every single day. I recently switched over to a liquid collagen because I read that your body is able to absorb it better than in its powdered form. I also try to wash and style my hair as little as possible – at most I wash and style my hair twice per week (but I really try to keep it to just once a week!). And lastly, this is a weird one, but I’ve been using my gua sha on my scalp! Massaging your scalp can help to stimulate hair follicles and promote hair growth. If you’re unsure how to do it, you can search for some YouTube tutorials!


*Thanks to Aveeno for sponsoring this post

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  1. Laura Leigh

    sounds like amazing products and so fun to use as the fall season arrives! love your helpful tips as well – definitely going to try those.

    xo Laura Leigh

  2. Heard a lot of great things about Veeno.
    Must try it for myself ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Andi

    What collagen supplement do you take?

  4. Amy

    What tools do you use to curl your hair?

  5. Marvi

    What liquid collagen do you take???

  6. Rachelle Wright Fletcher

    What kind of liquid collagen do you take and where do you purchase it? Thanks!

  7. I have not tried this brand. Thank you for the review!

  8. Karen Tylenda

    Hi! Do you blow dry your hair upside down? Then when do you decide to flip it right side up? Also, how to your wear your hair at night to keep it looking great? Scarf??? Would love your tips!! Your hair is gorgeous!!!

    • I blow-dry my hair upside down just for a few minutes (maybe 3 or 4?) until I feel like it is not super wet and instead just damp – then I will flip right side up and section it off into layers and go from there. At night, I put it all above my pillow case straight on top of my head! I make sure it doesn’t get bunched around my face or anything like that, I think I wake up in the middle of the night and move it if it does (I do this subconsciously haha).

  9. Abbey

    Is this what you used for your postpartum scalp pain? I’m having a lot of weird pain in my hair follicles and I remember you talking about experiencing the same!

  10. Danielle HABERMAN

    What liquid collagen do you recommend? I would like to try some for myself and my 20 year old daughter who is in college. Sheโ€™s having difficulty growing her hair longer and thicker like it was 4 years ago.