We’ve all heard the expression you are what you eat. If you are what you eat and your hair is an extension of you, your hair is what you eat too, right? This thought came about as I was thinking about how to make a homemade hair treatment. I thought about mashing some avocado with extra virgin olive oil, and then I quickly thought about how I would love to eat some guacamole, lol. So what’s more effective eating good food to promote healthy hair
Detangling For many of us, it might as well be a four letter word. Some of us avoid it until our hair is on the brink of disaster, while others may do some form of it a few times a week or even daily. We all know the dangers of pushing detangling sessions too far back -- from breakage and matting to cutting out clumps of knots. But what about detangling too frequently? Is there a such thing as doing too much detangling?
For many women, choosing to embrace your natural hair is a journey of self-acceptance long overdue. For those still using relaxers from time to time, this information may make you rethink that decision.
Don't panic, air-drying is not going on your list of things you need to feel guilty about. Won't you join me in getting all "critical thinking-y" about this subject? This post is in response to a blog reader's question about a recent study which reported that air-dried hair acquires some internal damage during drying whereas blow-dried hair accumulates more external damage. The study was published in the Annals of Dermatology, November, 2011:
Diving into the world of hair extensions may seem intimidating, but we promise after your first try you will be hooked! The satisfaction of being able to add length and volume to your hair that you have been dreaming of for years is a feeling unlike anything that we can describe in words. Sure, that seems a little dramatic, but don’t knock it until you try it! If you are a first-time hair extension wearer, then this guide is a must read. We will
One of the top questions stylists receive during an extension consultation is, “Will extensions damage my hair?” Depending on the hair extension method you choose, the answer could be yes. Before investing in any type of hair extensions, the key is to do your research.
We all know and love that feeling when we are having a perfect hair day; no frizz, pumped-up volume, and endless shine. However, perfect hair doesn’t just start in the salon. Your daily habits could be affecting your hair, resulting in limp locks and discouragement. Below we’ve listed eight simple ways you can fix the big hairstyle mistakes you could be making right now!
We all know how life changing dry shampoo can be, especially for those busy days when you don’t have time to wash your hair. Although drugstore dry shampoo does solve your hair problems, the aerosol is not the healthiest solution and it leaves an unpleasant chemical smell.
Whether it’s your natural hair or hair extensions, tangling and matting can be a hassle. If you have extensions and are experiencing tangling, it is important to discuss with your stylist whether the tangling is normal or extreme.
We all have that one friend who seems just to roll out of bed with effortlessly perfect hair. Although women may credit their stylist, healthy hair is a reflection of your habits at home. Just like your skin, it’s important to take the extra steps to protect and treat your hair. We’ve compiled simple ways you can achieve beautiful, healthy hair that you can add to your daily routine.
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