Hair Beauty Tips
The dog days of summer are coming to an end as autumn is showing its colorful leaves, cool breeze, and crisp air. The good news is, no more sun damaged hair! UVA and UVB rays prove awfully risky for soft, hydrated hair by drying it out, frizzing it out, and fading that newly applied hair color. Unfortunately, there is bad news too: the harsh weather of winter will be showing itself shortly, giving you dry, static, brittle hair. Make sure you winter-proof your hair care this fall to prepare!
Because of its molecular structure, African hair is prone to breakage and weak spots. Both men and women of African American descent may experience thinner or thicker spots in their hair, making it curl and coil. Because of this structure, your hair may be thinner in certain areas, making it more likely to break.
Color fades and roots grow out. Our once perfectly shiny, gorgeous hair color turns dull or drab. Often, weíve had the same hair color for years, and we want a change. Or, the color we thought we wanted turned out to be a color we definitely didnít want. No matter the reason we want to (or need to) get rid of our hair color, there are a number of options to do just that. You can get your hair back to its natural color, or get it ready to dye again, without causing damage.
If you color treat or bleach your hair, it may be dry, damaged, and seemingly beyond repair. You may have tried deep conditioners, temporary coverups, or even tried to re-color your damaged hair, but without much success. You may be looking for a miracle cure, and certainly, there isnít one out thereÖor is there?
If you have naturally curly, wavy, or coarse hair, you may have considered trying a keratin treatment. Keratin treatments are a professional chemical treatment, leaving you with silky smooth hair for up to six months. The treatments used to only be offered in professional salons, but now you can do them at homeósaving you money and by using less chemicals on your hair!
Just because ethnic hair is coarse and often difficult to manage doesnít mean it has to be tough to tame. Many women with ethnic hair choose to straighten and style their hair with harsh chemicals, leaving them with permanently straightened hair (at least until it grows out). If you are looking for an easy way to temporarily style your hair, look no further than a flat iron.
Of course you know you can get the sleekest, straightest styles just by using your flat iron. But did you know you could flip, curl, and style your hair with a flat iron? In fact, you have various options for styling with your flat iron.
If you donít have to blow dry your hair every day, try not to. The heat from the blow dryer opens up your cuticle and may cause unnecessary damage to your strand. When you are blow drying your hair, try some of these simple steps to keep your hair healthy.
Flat irons have become universal: a tool used regularly by most women no matter what their hair type, age, or style. Even though they have been around for what feels like a lifetime, not everyone knows how to truly get the best out of their flat iron.
For decades, men and women have been trying to find the most effective, best ways to get rid of unwanted body hair. Many of us think first of shaving. Itís simple, inexpensive, and works quickly. However, while shaving is a great option for menís heads and faces, areas of the body. Shaving also has to be repeated often, and it can cause cuts and nicks to sensitive areas. So, besides shaving, what else is there? Letís look at the pros and cons of some other viable hair removal options:
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