4 Tricks To Keep Your Hair Thick & Shiny

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Do you stare at celebrity’s hair and wonder how they achieve their luscious, thick locks? Well, look no further. We’ve found four different ways to change your frizzy, thin hair into a sleek, polished crown. We all know that to upkeep your hair, you need to cut it regularly and condition it well, but there are some things you can add to your routine to help your hair keep its natural shine. You can take a supplement that has both vitamins A and biotin, you can eat more eggs, you can use beer as a shampoo, and you should remember to rinse your hair in cold water to not create more split ends. Keep reading to find out more.

Vitamin A & Biotin

Increasing your vitamin A and biotin intake maintains the health of your hair and scalp. Biotin, or vitamin B7, helps your cells grow rapidly, which helps thicken your hair. Biotin deficiency leads to hair loss, so make sure you are getting around 300 mcg (micrograms) per day. Vitamin A is useful for your cell health overall as it eliminates free radical damage. It is an antioxidant and it promotes healthy cell growth, which is especially helpful in your scalp, which needs healthy blood flow for the hair follicles to grow thick, healthy hair. Finding a supplement that contains both of these vitamins should be easy. You can check out sites like Mommy Authority which provide expert reviews of different supplements, including ones for hair growth. You can compare price and ingredients to pick the best supplement for you.

Egg Yolks

Do you usually order an egg-white omelet? Well, maybe that is making your hair thinner as egg whites block your retention of biotin! However, egg yolks are rich in biotin, as well as vitamin D, which is good for your bones. Look for eggs fortified with omega-3 to support healthy skin and nails, and as long as you’re not eating too many egg whites, eggs can definitely be beneficial to your hair.


The beer shampoos on the market today aren’t so popular, but they have shown positive results. The barley and hops in beer have essential nutrients to maintain and grow healthy hair. Some experts say that the alcohol content in beer gives your hair a healthy glow. Others claim that you should boil the beer to limit its alcoholic content, which may dry out your hair, and then apply it. There are also products that provide beer in a spray bottle to use it as a conditioner, instead of a shampoo. Most shampoos detail that you put beer in after your shampoo, let it sit for a couple of minutes, and then rinse your hair with cold water. Then, you can follow this step by applying a nice-smelling conditioner so your hair won’t smell unpleasant and sour all day.

Cold Water

Don’t think that you have to only shower now with freezing cold water. You just need to turn the water down the for a minute or so at the end of your shower to avoid splintering your hair with extreme heat. You also should cool down your hair after using a blowdryer, which helps avoid further split ends and seals in the product you’ve put in your hair to keep your hair straight and glossy for the rest of the day.

Wrapping Up

You can feel presentable and proud with thick, shiny hair, and now you know how to achieve perfect locks. Say goodbye to bad hair days by following these tips to get the hair you’re proud of. You can find a supplement with biotin and vitamin A to achieve healthy hair. Make sure you’re eating enough egg yolks to keep up the gloss in your hair, and it can’t hurt to rinse your hair with beer after a shower. Make sure you’re keeping yourself cool by finishing your shower with cold water to avoid creating more split ends. It may not be as perfect as your favorite celebrity, but it’ll be pretty close.


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