Reign: Oh wow, thank you. As always, we're here to answer every advice question we get even if it is about our hair haha. I don't do much, though. I use TRESemme's shampoo every other day and when I don't wash my hair, I spray on their dry shampoo. I never use conditioner nor do I comb or brush. I also dye my hair on my own. Right now my hair is dyed using L'Oreal Creme in chocolate brown. I guess the products you use depend on what type of hair you have. Also, I think I read somewhere that you're supposed to switch shampoos every few months. I don't know if it's true though, but that's what I do.
Marian: Thank you omg I don't really use any other hair care products besides Pantene's Nature Care shampoo and conditioner and (sometimes) Head & Shoulder's cool menthol shampoo. I know you're not suppose to use shampoo every day because it strips off the nutrients of your hair but this is one rule that I don't follow. My hair gets really weird if I don't use shampoo so I only give it a break during the days where I stay at home. I bleached my own hair using Hortaleza's bleaching powder and developer; and since I have an ombré, I make sure that I condition my hair every 3-5 days so that it won't look like the end of a broomstick. I also don't comb/brush my hair unless there's a special occasion. This all depends on your hair type though so for now, I would suggest you try to experiment on some products but be aware of what what you're going to use because repeatedly changing your hair products in a short amount of time can lead to unwanted hair damage.
"I'm not one to make New Year's resolutions because I don't ever fulfill them but what is a good one to have?"
Reign: I guess if you want to become a better person, you shouldn't treat it as a resolution you desperately need to accomplish by the end of the year. Some improvements take time and I think you just need to constantly better yourself in every way possible. Inspire yourself and others to do more good things. "Be the change you wish to see in the world" even if it's in a small aspect.
Marian: I can't really suggest one because I honestly stopped making resolutions at the start of the year a couple of years ago so all I can say is that this will depend on your situation in life and what you want to achieve; I would suggest that you write down all the short term and long term goals that you can think of and find out what you want to do with them and how you can accomplish them, and then you put it into action. You also don't have to wait for a new year to start or accomplish goals so you can really start on it any time.