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How to care hair extensions well?
Now you will be having the most gorgeous and lengthy hair to enhance your beauty. The lifetime of this happiness will depend on how you are maintaining it. The normal lifespan of hair extensions are 3-6 months but it still is in your hands whether to extend or shorten the period. Follow the below given instructions to get the maximum usage with your hair extensions.
Hair needs moisture to stay healthy and beautiful. If you have high porosity hair, your strands may be able to absorb moisture without an issue. The real challenge for your hair is keeping that moisture locked in place. This is where oils come in since they offer a concentrated dose of moisturizing properties and seal the cuticle to help keep moisture locked in. How do you choose the right oils for your hair porosity? With this list of the 5 best
During my transition, I have made it a priority to nurse my hair not only from the outside, but condition its health from the inside too. There are so many great foods available to us that can aid us in eating our way to healthy hair and skin, so their is something for everyone to enjoy! Here are some of my top choices that I am eating at the moment
Outside of the brownies I made Monday night I’ve been pretty strict with my new diet. I eat a salad each day either for lunch or dinner, start my morning off with a fresh green juice and oatmeal and get my run in usually mid-afternoon. My skin is loving me and my hair has never been more moisturized. Although I feel pretty healthy, I often feel the need to remind myself to stay on top of my nutrition game for truly healthy body and even better ha
After having a recent conversation with a fellow natural about hair care, I decided to do a series on natural hair care and maintenance. The focus of this post is dry hair. Naturally curly hair is prone to dryness because of the structure of the hair. The natural oils produced by the scalp of those with curly/kinky hair are not able to travel all the way down the hair shaft because of the twists and turns of the curls. Dry hair is a set -up for b
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.
Want to have shiny tangle-free hair that looks like you just walked off of a shampoo commercial? Lucky for you, deep conditioning hair masks are available to you in your very own kitchen.
Maintaining healthy beautiful hair is all in the hair care. Treating your gorgeous locks to a chemical free organic treatment in five simple steps will keep your locks healthy and glowing. Its easy, cheap and most importantly, fun!
I’m a scientist. With most problems I encounter, I tend to solve them as if they are an experiment. If I know that certain predictions should come to pass and do not, the problem is most likely located within my protocol or process. Fast forward to the moment I realized my hair just wasn’t growing the way it should. I decided to attempt to identify the culprit.
Okra is one of those things you probably only ate as a kid because your mother told you to eat your veggies. Did you know there are benefits of putting okra in hair instead of in your stomach? What makes okra so great for hair? How do you do it?
Imagine a fruit so nutritious that goats will climb trees just to eat them! Inside that little fruit, is the little nut that gives us argan oil. For generations, natives of the Argan Forest in Morocco have pressed the nut to extract this precious oil, to use as a dietary supplement, for wound healing and rash relief, and to nourish skin and hair. These slow-growing trees are so revered that in 1998 the Argan Forest was declared a Biosphere Res
Everyone wants beautiful hair, whether a man or woman; however, hair loss is common in both genders, which causes the hair to become thin and look unattractive. Learning how to thicken hair naturally and finding the right hair thickener could make a huge difference for you. The American Hair Loss Association tells us that by week 22, a developing fetus has formed all of its hair follicles, which comes to about 5 million on the body! There are
There’s no doubt about it, we all want a luxurious, full head of hair. Although hair loss is most commonly associated with men, women also suffer from this problem — and sadly hair loss in women is a lot less acceptable in society today. According to the American Hair Loss Association, women actually make up 40 percent of American hair loss sufferers. (1) Such a common problem among both and women, it’s unsurprising that so many people look for h
Jojoba oil (pronounced ho-ho-ba) is the liquid that comes from the seed of the Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) plant, which is a shrub native to southern Arizona, southern California and northwestern Mexico. Although called an oil, it’s actually a liquid plant wax and has been used in folk medicine for a number of ailments. Native Americans use jojoba oil for treating sores and bruises. Today, it’s commonly used to treat acne, psoriasis, sunburn
When it comes to using essential oils for hair, there are plenty of beneficial choices. Whether you are looking to thicken your hair, treat dandruff and dry scalp, give your hair strength and shine, or lighten your hair naturally, essential oils are much safer and just as effective as conventional hair care products. They are also more cost effective — one bottle of your favorite essential oil can not only nourish your hair, but it can help to
Oily hair, or excess sebum production, is frustrating and embarrassing because it can cause hair to look unwashed and dirty, not to mention limp and lifeless. There are ways to eliminate oily hair, and it may be easier than you think. Using the right shampoo to keep your scalp clean may be sitting right in your cupboard! But what causes oily hair in the first place? Oily hair can be due to overactive oil glands, unbalanced hormones or even you
Greasy hair is frustrating, especially if you know your hair is clean! Greasy/oily hair looks dirty and dingy, and it’s usually more evident in blonde and lighter hair colors than darker hair colors. But does the greaseball look only affect those of us who didn’t take that post-workout shower? Hardly. While having unclean hear can definitely cause it, greasy hair is typically the result of excess secretion of sebum by the sebaceous glands of t
The DIY trend has really picked up in recent years. While it has always been a staple of the curly hair community, there are more recipes than ever covering all areas of hair care. Here are a few of my favorite recipes for a quick DIY curl definer. Coconut Definer Recipe This option is great because it uses coconut oil and aloe vera to add moisture while the glycerin helps achieve the definition. The mixture will last for a few weeks which
We took real women to the salon for age-defying makeovers Look younger in an hour with simple changes to the style and color of your hair. Check out these tress transformations, compliments of the pros at the Rita Hazan Salon in New York City, and learn how to turn back the clock—today!
Look like you spent hours at the salon with these easy, under-three-minute 'dos that are sure to turn heads
Every year, I gear up for summer with a hair salon appointment to add blonde highlights to my normally dark brown hair. The first time I changed hair color, I noticed that something about my overall look seemed slightly off. That's when I realized that my old makeup didn't complement my new hair color.
Spring and summer are a time for sunshine and bright skies, but they're also a time where seasonal storms can wreak havoc on your hair. Between the increasing warmth in the atmosphere, the humidity, and wind, stormy weather is definitely more fun to look at than it is to go out in. If you do need to leave the house, though, there are some uncomplicated ways to keep you from winding up with a bird's nest on top of your head. To find out how, just
If your mornings look like hitting snooze on your alarm clock for the 4th time and scrambling to get out of the house like this: We have just the blog post for you. With the help of our beautiful friend Jenny from Margo and Me, we have compiled 3 easy morning hairstyles that are super cute and can be accomplished in 3 minutes or less. So if you're not a morning person like myself, we can continue to hit snooze and look good at the same time
Blame it on the Disney princesses, the Kardashians, whomever you want—almost every woman wants thicker, fuller hair. And it's often the case that your shampoo and conditioner just don't move the needle.
Seeing more strands in your brush than usual? You're not alone. An estimated 80 million Americans experience male- or female-pattern baldness as they age, and countless others suffer hair loss from conditions like autoimmune disorders, diabetes, vitamin deficiencies, stress, and lack of sleep. While contending with bald spots and thinning tresses is stressful, there is hope: Research shows that it's possible to thicken hair back up through die
Why Redheads Are More Likely To Get Skin Cancer Even if redheads avoid the sun, a new study finds that they’re still at a higher risk for skin cancer. Published in the journal Nature, researchers found that those with red hair are not only more likely to freckle and burn, but they are also more likely to develop melanoma—even more so than blonds. Why? Turns out that the red pigment is related to carcinogenic activity. The study authors advise
Article from How to Make Hair Look Longer, Fuller, and Healthier by Jaime Richards of BellaSugar
Stop us if this sounds familiar: You get up without hitting the snooze button a dozen times, get some breakfast going, think it’s going to be a great day, and then oof. One look in the mirror tells you otherwise. All's not lost though: We consulted top stylists to get these simple fixes for whatever type of bad hair has you down, all of which take less than 3 minutes to execute.
Having a bad hair day? Washing, rinsing, and repeating isn't your only option. Dry shampoo is a key tool to have in your arsenal whether you'd like to make your blowout last a day longer or you want to refresh your hair after a workout. The oil-absorbing product is a quick and easy way to revive greasy, limp, next-day-hair—that is, if you're using it correctly. Here, hair pros explain the eight most common dry shampoo blunders, and share their
With age, our hair gets drier and needs more frequent cuts to look polished. But who has the time? Follow these rules to look freshly coiffed long after your last salon visit. (Have your best year ever with our New Year, New You Rodale Challenge!)
If it seems like you're having more than your fair share of bad hair days, it might be time to take a closer look. The state of your strands can give you insight into what's going on inside your body—from psychological issues to physical maladies. And that can be valuable for catching problems and seeking the help you need to prevent them from becoming bigger ones. If you feel like your hair is going haywire, the 7 causes below might be to blame.
Instead of trying to salvage your hair every morning, why not put your efforts toward preventing bad hair days from even getting started? Turns out, there are quite a few tricks you can employ at night to ensure more manageable hair by morning. Here are 7 of our favorite ways to wake up with better hair.
Everyone knows someone who sports a striking shade of sterling—to say nothing of Diane Keaton, Emmylou Harris, and the rest of the silver all-stars. And these gorgeous women don't lack for sex appeal (71% of respondents in a Prevention poll say women with gray hair can be sexy, whereas 78% say the same for men). But even though many of us admire gray hair on others, we're often averse to trying out the look ourselves, according to a recent study
If you could swear your hair always looks a little thin this time of year, you're not crazy: Hair's natural shedding cycle peaks in October/November, says a study in Dermatology. The solution? Fake it till you make it to summer, when hair growth spikes. To bolster strands, try out these DIY and pro tips.
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