Hair Beauty Tips
When I talked to my stylist about new ideas on how to wear my naturally curly hair, she was quick to warn me: Hardly anyone with naturally curly hair wears it that way. I asked her to clarify that statement for me, because I actually wanted to wear my hair curly. I was sick of blow drying, flat ironing, and heat styling my natural curls.
It seems every where we look, women are wearing their hair in loose, curly waves. From Pinterest boards to Facebook posts, it seems like every woman has long, loose waves. If you want to achieve the ideal coil, follow these few steps. You’ll be on your way to joining the ranks of stunning spirals:
Everyone should get their “good hair day” every single day. To get the best hair every single day, you have to rid yourself of all your mythical beliefs about your hair.
If you find frizz or cowlicks or unruly tangles becoming a product of your blow drying habits regularly, you might be doing it wrong. Find out if you are falling victim to any of these faux pas.
Teasing, Ratting, Backcombing…Whatever you call it, it adds volume. For African-American hair, the method has long been used to create dreadlocks. Whether you have coarse, thin, fine, black, yellow, brown, or any kind of hair--you can backcomb your hair for volume. By using the following steps, you can create voluminous, natural-looking hair, naturally.
There are many rumors out there about your thinning hair. We’d like to get to the root of the facts—and put an end to the fiction! Here are the Top Three myths we’d like to debunk:
For those of us with thinning hair: there is help! There are many products on the market that can help your thin hair look thicker and fuller. But understanding WHY your hair is thinning might be helpful, too.
Coarse hair is harder to grow than most other types. It takes a little bit longer and a little extra care, but with these tips, you're closer than ever to long, luscious locks!
If you have naturally curly hair, you may choose to straighten it, blow it out, or let it air-dry. No matter which method you use, you may be missing out on the best way to make the most of your curls.
Curly hair can be soft, stylish, and shiny. It all lies in the cut. In my tween years, I had a fashionable haircut for the time. Well, I thought it was fashionable. My brothers used to call it "The Mushroom Cut." It was a short haircut to my ears, and then it was "buzzed" down to my neckline. It looked, in fact, like a mushroom.
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