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Messy Hair, Don’t Careeeee — !!! + All of my Weird Hair Tips

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and skinny blogger talks skinny tips and tricks for weight loss.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and fashion blogger talks healthy hair tips.

A lot of you babes have asked about my hair…

Welp. I’ll let you all in a dirty [ literally ] little secret.

I don’t really wash it.

I know what you’re thinking!!! Ahhh- OMFG- ewwwww, what a sickie!!! But wait! I use tons of dry shampy, so the texture [ for my hair at least ] is wayyyyy better than if I washed on the reg. Oh, & in case you’re wondering: I wash it two times a week.

Anyway here’s a peak inside my hair tricks + tips…

On a lazy day I’ll throw my hair in a ballerina bun or a top knot. Example:

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and skinny blogger talks skinny tips and tricks for weight loss.

If I don’t have time to blow dry my blonde mop, I’ll allow it to air dry & spray some surf/sea mist in it [ << so much healthier for hair; blow drying is not my fav ]. Example:

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and skinny blogger talks skinny tips and tricks for weight loss.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and fashion blogger talks healthy hair tips.

Ok now for the product deets.

First off let me introduce you to God’s gift to hair. The “Wet” Brush. If you don’t have one, go run & buy one.

I could literally not do my hair with out this lil’ dime. The metallic blue brush goes right through my hair in one swipe, even if it’s a huge rat’s nest. AND!!! It doesn’t pull my hair out. A real life-changer:

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and fashion blogger talks healthy hair tips.

+ Lauryn’s Favie Hair Products:

{ Side note: I like split ends : ))) hippie chic hair is the best. }

1.} Maxi-Hair Vitamin: this supports hair/nail growth. I take one a day.

2.} TRESemmé Dry Shampoo: obviously removes any gross crap/sweat after a workout.

3.} Moroccanoil: this scent is amaze! I use a dab of this when I get out of the shower & a dab after my hair is dry.

4.} Biolage Hair Sunscreen: yeeeeuppp- protecting your hair for the sun should be done daily. I spray two or three sprays of this hair sunscreen on my hair every morning. Oh, & it smells like coconuts.

5.} Shampoo: I mix it up. I don’t want my hair to get used to the same shampoo. Some of my favies: Kerastase, Paul Mitchell, &/or Extra Volume Moroccanoil shampoo.

6.}  Lanza’s deep conditioner treatment: loveeee how moisturizing this is. I avoid my roots like the plague with conditioner; it makes them greasy if product gets too close to the scalp.

7.} Jo Malone Nectarine Blossom & Honey Perfume: I am obsessed with spraying a light perfume directly on my brush before running it through my hair. I spray the Jo Malone into The Wet Brush to keep my hair smelling fresh & feminine.

8.} Chi Pro Blow Dryer: if I’m forced to spend a daunting hour & half washing/blow drying my locks, I’ll use the Chi Pro. It’s light on the hair & provides less damage than other blow-dryers, so it’s worth the extra $$. Plus. It’s pretty in pink.

9.} Philip B. ‘Maui Wowie’ Beach Mist Bumble and Bumble’s Surf Spray: for sexy, beachy waves these two products get the job done. I use both together.

10.} Coconut Oil: once a month I add tons of organic coconut oil to my hair, let it stay on for an hour or two, & then rinse it off. <<< This works wonders!!!

P.S. I also stay away from rubber bands with those ugly metal things on them. Goody’s ‘Ouchless’ or sparkly Twistband’s are my fav hair ties ; ). Annnndd when I do use hair spray, it’s Dove: Extra Hold. The travel-sized version is in my purse at.all.times- it smells delish too! As far as straight irons go, they sick me out. Too much heat.

My biggest tip: LESS IS MORE.

Soooo…spillllll: what’s your hair secrets?!


{ More hair tips can be found here }

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and skinny blogger talks skinny tips and tricks for weight loss.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and fashion blogger talks healthy hair tips.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and fashion blogger talks healthy hair tips.

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  1. Have you tried Ameka Oil? I love the smell. I use the shampoo and conditioner. I try to not wash my hair as much, but I am too obsessive about it. I gotta try that brush though! Oh, I also take the Mega Food Baby and Me prenatals for my hair skin and nails. I LOVE them.

  2. I loooove these tips! Now I’m going to have to spend all of my money and buy the products you love.
    I never was my hair either. My friends think I’m disgusting, but I swear that not washing my hair is the reason that it hasn’t fallen out with all of the bleaching and heat it goes through. Dry shampoo and conditioner are what save me.

  3. Lauryn!!!!! I’m so glad that you blogged about your amazing hair! I put my hair through so much abuse this year that I just had to chop 5 inches off:( I will definitely be following your hair guidelines;) I love coconut oil, but never thought to use it as a hair masque! Can’t wait to try that..
    You have gorgeous hair, thank you for sharing:):)

    1. Can you be any sweeter? I wouldn’t say amazing, but thank, thank, thank you!

      THANK you for reading ; ). XO.

  4. We are similar on a lot of the hair care tricks! However, I bought the tresemme dry and loved it but after about the 4th time I used it the nozzle clogged, even with all my shaking it, and I can’t use it 🙁 Do you have that problem? It’s the only brand I’ve found that does that. Makes me hesitant on buying it again.

    1. Ahhhh, no I don’t. I would return it the store and get a new one :). I really like it but I am sure there are other amazing brands too! Baby powder works if you’re in a pinch! X.

    2. Melody – it’s happens to me all the time, just take the sprayer nossle off and run it under hot water for a minute or two and it’ll unclog. It just gets stopped up from the shaking and spraying at different angles. Love that stuff, it’s definitely the best dry shampoo for the price!

  5. mmm…. I do coconut oil masks and leave it on for the whole night with a shower cap. It’s not a pretty site, but does wonders on my brittle ends! I also use it on my skin at night- works wonders at preventing wrinkles 🙂

    Who washes there hair anyways? I did today and I hate how it looks right after it is washed. Now that they sell dry conditioner, people really will just stop washing there hair all together.

    Other tips: only wash the scalp (it’s all you need to clean your hair). I also use one of those claw looking head massagers at night, scalp stimulation promotes hair growth so give yourself a head massage or better- make your man do it for you 🙂

  6. Doesn’t the coconut oil weight your hair down? If I put oil on my hair and even after rising it out it becomes a mopey mess.

    1. Nope, a little bit makes it soft. Try using a less & washing it out with shampoo. XO.

  7. great! I know what you mean about no washing it, fresh hair is soft and flat so hard to do anything with it! If you like the dry shampoo would recommend volume powder!! That means you can wash it but than you put this shit on and its dirty again! perfect!
    Oh and Moroccan oil is good but its pure argan oil so buy that instead as much cheaper!!!You can also use almond oil!I put mine in a bun, rub that in , leave over the night and wash in the morning(u can put a towel on your pillow to protect it)!

    1. LOVE this tip!! Thanks Justina. I’ll buy some pure oil today ; ). And maybe some almond oil too! XO.

  8. I got my hair cut today, and they were actually commenting on how soft my hair is, even though I colour/bleach it all the time. I definitely think that washing it less, and hardly heat styling it is the way to go!

    I use O&M products, or Kevin Murphy. I think they might be Aussie brands? Kevin Murphy dry shampoo is incredible!

    1. Ya, I stay away from straight irons & heat like the plague. Yuccccck. I will try Kevin Murphy!

  9. I am absolutely in love with dry shampoo! I grossed out half the people I work with saying I rarely wash it after they gave me a ton of compliments one day! haha! Gotta love freaking people out after they tell you how gorgeous your hair is.

    The Purse Snatcher 

    1. Hahaha I love dry shamps too. It’s amazing! Who has time to wash their hair everyday, anyway??! I am good with twice a week ; ).

  10. Thanks for the hair tips! I have been more “hair conscious” lately since my hair is getting longer and I need all the help I can in taming it or just letting it run wild sometimes =D


    1. No worries! Long hair is fun, but it can be a real beast! LOL. My hair always looks wild too ; ).

  11. I loveeee these tips! And am super jealous of your gorgeous hair 🙂 I swear I have tried the ‘beach-y’ look a million times and its not pretty…. haha. Need to get my hands on some of that dry shampoo!

    1. Try going to the beach and getting actual salt water, adding it to a spray bottle with water, and spraying it on your hair after you come out of the shower. Actual salt water does wonders if you’re trying to really attain those beachy waves. XO.

  12. Can you do a post about the makeup products you love? You always look so stunning and natural. Your skin has that healthy sunkissed glow! Do you have false lashes on in the first pic where you are looking down with your hair in front of your face? Your eyelashes are AMAZING! Which falsies and/or mascara are you using in that pic?

    1. Wow! I am flattered- you’re so sweet!

      I will do a post on make-up (or maybe a video tutorial if you guys want that instead??).

      ‘Great Lash Blackest of Black with a curved brush [ found here:, ‘Great Lash Clear Primer [ found here:, & this amazing eye lash curler [ found here: get the job done! XO.

    2. Thank you for responding! Can’t wait for your makeup video tutorial!
      BTW.. For all the brunettes.. or any of you who can’t stand the white residue from most dry shampoos… I recommend Salon Grafix Invisible Dry Spray Shampoo ($6 from Walmart) it goes on completely clear and it smells really good! I know teasing my hair is bad, but in the rare occasions I do tease my hair I spray the dry shampoo on my roots first and it really helps hold the volume!

    3. Thanks for the tip about dry shampoo for brunettes!!! My hair is dark brown and baby powder/dry shampoo always make my hair look like I’m going gray, ick! Next time I make the 3 hour drive to Walmart, I’ll have to stock up 🙂

  13. Where did you get your striped sweater (In photo where you have a ballerina bun.?) Love it!!!

    1. Hey Tina! I bought at Urban Outfitters, but they’re out of stock. Almost the exact same one can be found here: Also: I cut the top of sweater so it was off the shoulders. It didn’t come like that. Just cut 1/2 inch off the top and it will look the same as mine. Thanks for reading babes! X.

  14. Hey Lauryn! I wish I could wash my hair less often, but it gets oily so easily. I have to wash my hair regularly (I’m happy if I’m able to do it every second day), but even when it’s freshly washed it does not look as good as yours. I know it’s really bad for your hair to wash it every day, so I think you washing your hairy 2 or 3 times a week is really good.
    Maybe I’m getting to it when I’m finally out of puberty!

    I love your blog and sorry for my rather bad english:)

    1. Try not using conditioner. Ever. It will make it way less oily. Also don’t touch your hair! Your fingers add oil. : ))) hope that helps doll!

  15. Hey Lauryn, what do you do with your hair after you workout and you’re all sweaty? Do you still just use dry shampoo?

    1. Dry shampoo, perfume, and a blow dryer. Dry shampoo is the key though!

  16. Thanks for the tips Miss.L! I love your hair, so yeah any hair tips from you are welcome!! My hair got so dry & damaged after coloring it from black to caramel blond in one, yes ONE, day (sat at the salon for 6 hours!). Maybe these tips will help me to save whats left! hahaha.

    1. Thanks Natalina! I would stay away from any type of heat– it’s so bad for your hair. Let it air dry. Good luck babe!!

    1. Ahhh! A video tutorial seems so frightening— but for you amazing readers, I’ll do it ; ). XO.

  17. Washing hair is so over-rated! Glad I am not the only one…my hair always looks so much better as the days go by!

  18. Hey!

    Thanks for this 🙂 Great tips. Question, do you at least rinse your hair when taking a shower-just not wash it? Or do you not even rinse it? Thanks!

  19. Just found your blog today thanks to LoveChugs. I love to prop the blow dryer on my hair while I have the coconut oil in it. I use a reusable shower cap to trap in the heat and just hang out for a bit while it opens my hair shaft. Then rinse with old water to close the shaft!

    1. Love this trick and I adore LoveChugs ; ). Welcome to the blog Jenni! XO.

  20. First of all, LOVE your blog. I look forward to checking it out on a daily basis! Second, I LOVE that you said —-> { Side note: I like split ends : ))) hippie chic hair is the best. }. Haha! Over the past year and a half I have drastically changed my bad hair habits…Ya know heat, overwashing etc etc and I have seen a big difference! However, even though my hair is pretty healthy—>ya girl still has some split ends! You just made me feel great about it! Thanks Lauryn! 🙂


    1. I LOVE the split end look. I hate perfectly cut hair. It doesn’t fit me well ; ))). I am so happy you love the blog, babe! Yayayaya!

  21. Came across your webpage through pinterest and i was psyched to see all these different ideas for my hair, especially how to keep it looking nice and ways to help it grow faster, i am also anti hair washing, i go quite a long time as well inbetween washes and my hair looks and feels so much better, i do highlight my hair but bc i dont wash it so often or dry it that often either i can longer inbetween highlights and my hairdresser is always amazed at how good the color still looks! i just had one question about the hair growth vitamins, i am definitely interested in trying them, when i clicked on the link the instructions say to take 3-6 pills a day but i think i read that you only take one, is that correct? and you notice a difference in your hair? thanks again for all the hair advice!

  22. Love your hair Lauryn! Great tips, and definitely learning to love my split ends too.

    How do you do your hair when you curl it? What tools and strategy do you use to get the long flowing curls?

  23. I love Dove’s dry shampoo! It doesn’t give you a nasty build up, plus it smells delish! I have naturally wavy hair plus I’m trying to grow it out so I avoid washing it as much as possible. I rarely brush my mop either! I’m in love with victoria secret beach wave spray. It has such a lovely smell, plus its cheap and seems to work well with my hair. If I had all the money in the world, i’d go buy all the products you listed! You are a beautiful human being and seem so humble. I recently stumbled across your blog, and I love everything about it!

  24. Just found your website and LOVE your hair!!!! Gorgeous!

    Can you give us tips on hair coloring? Love your color and would like to know your tips.

    Also, have you picked out a wedding dress yet 🙂

  25. Its not just all conditoner that makes your hair oily, its conditioner that contains dimithicone and non-water soluable ingredients. Overusing sulfate shampoos also causes oily hair, because they are so drying your hair overproduces oil to compensate.
    I use a lighter, watery conditioner to wash my scalp and scrub the strands squeaky clean lol, a cheap brand like vo5 is fine. Then I use a thicker nicer conditioner from mid length of my hair to ends, comb out with a wide tooth comb, and rinse in cool water. Then I apply product after shower while its still damp. One product to moisturize and one for frizzless hold.

    I have long wavy hair and only shampoo twice a month when my hair starts to see some natural oil buildup. I usually put oik on my hair, just enough to coat it, and put it in a bun the night before i shampoo it, to moisturize and lessen the drying effect of the shampoo.
    When you first stop using sulfate shampoo daily, your hair may overproduce oil until it readjusts.
    I take a lot of tips from women with curly hair, they have to do more to maintain nice hair, but the basic difference is there hair can soak up more moisture so they can apply gobs of deep conditioner or oils without weighing down there hair.
    Here is a nice article on hair product ingredients

  26. Stress has a negative effect on your Cortisollevel and can slow hair growth. Restore your Cortisollevel to a normal level by relaxing with yoga, meditation, and breathing exercises. Your life will be calmer and at the same time your hair will be visibly fuller and longer.

  27. I can recommend you that you can restore your Cortisollevel to a normal level by relaxing with yoga, meditation, and breathing exercises.

  28. My hair went from drab and frizzy to gorgeous from doing 2 things. I’ve been doing these things for 4 years and I’ve been completely frizz free for 4 years even in the rain!! I wash my hair twice a week and each time I do I put a hair mask on my lengths and ends for 1 hour . Then I rinse it out and spray my homemade version of apple cider vinegar spray( water, acv and lavender oil) and it closes the cuticle, removes residue and makes my hair shine like crazy!! This is the secret to beautiful hair! I get compliments all the time….

  29. WOW!!! This article helpful for me about Weird Hair Tips. I worried about messy hair. Now my confusion has cleared by your review and gotten much information from your article. But I have a little question that, how many days later will I use shampoo for hair quickly grow and strong in a week? Could you please suggest me? Then I will be benefited by your valuable consultancy. Thanks Lauryn and Keep it up……………………

  30. Your hair care routine is similar to mine. There is nothing better to keep my hair ends smooth than Marooccanoil. Also, Coconut oil mask made wonders when my hair was dry and dull few years ago, and since then a coconut oil mask became a part of my hair care routine.
    I like to use dry shampoo during the winter because my hair gets too dry on cold weather so in order to minimize hair wash that dries more my hair. Are using dry shampoo all year round?

  31. Very helpful and informative article. I learned a lot from the post. I have bookmarked your blog and I become a regular reader of your blog. Please keep up the wonderful work. Special thanks to the blog owner as well as the writer for creating a valuable and informative article. I appreciate your advice and I am going to apply these tips in my real life soon.

  32. It’s surprising how many people would nag you for not washing your hair regularly. But the fact is that if you understand your hair and know how to tame it, it can look better on you than those who wash it regularly. I do wash my hair regularly though. But that’s me basically giving it what it wants. If you’re using a dry shampoo that makes the texture nice to you, who is to blame you?

  33. Wow, you’re gorgeous and your hair looks great and I can’t believe how healthy it looks, and you’re blonde!!:) My blonde hair is very dry and thin. Thank you sharing your tips and products you use, will try the coconut oil as well.

  34. Your hair care recurring is much like mine. There is nothing higher to preserve my hair ends smooth than Marooccanoil. Also, Coconut oil mask made wonders while my hair become dry and dull few years in the past, and when you consider that then a coconut oil mask have become part of my hair care routine.

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