Category Archives: Hair Care

Hair Masks: A Band-Aid For Your Hair

There is completely no doubt that in the long run it is your diet and lifestyle which imparts shine to your hair, but with increasing pollution and neglect you need to pamper your hair with hair mask. Hair masks are as beneficial, as regular conditioners with an added advantage of working their way inside the hair cuticle. While the conditioning products boast repairing hair damage, regular application of a hair mask can impart shine, help with manageability and work to nourish the […]

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The 8 Best Lice Combs of 2019

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Hair Conditioner

In an ideal world a regular shampoo would be sufficient to guarantee a glossy head of hair. Unfortunately very few people are able to wash their hair and let the matter rest at that; most need some sort of help just to overcome the effects of modern living, not to mention the occasional problem that needs treatment. Glossy hair has cuticle scales that lie flat and neatly overlap, thus reflecting the light. Perming and colouring, rough handling, […]

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Protecting Your Hair From The Sun

The sun’s light waves are categorized by their intensity. There are three categories of light waves. These are UVA, UVB and UVC. The UVA and UVB can both damage the hair in a variety of ways. The UVA rays can burn the hair cuticle which is the outer hair layer. The cuticle contains a web of tiny overlapping scales. Then the scales are damaged they can not lay flat, like they are supposed to, and will look […]

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Memorable Fashion Week Hair Looks

If you are looking for real inspirational hairstyles, then you can get plenty of great ideas from this seasons most relevant hair trends. Mind you they are plenty of  chic ideas. Fringes: go well with large brimmed hat and serves as a perfect complement to bold-framed sunglasses. Use a texture and volume spray to create separation and texture. This hairstyle is totally going to rock. Bold, chunky bangs with sleek long, layered locks: This hairstyle is a perfect […]

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Seaweed : A Natural Supplement For Hair Growth

Excessive hair loss can be a distressing condition for any woman, and preventing it can be a bigger challenge. Among preventative measures, studies have shown the benefits of marine algae, also known as seaweed, for hair growth and maintenance. Adding seaweed to your diet may help in restoring and growing your hair. Factors such as hormonal changes, medications, poor nutrition, irritation and damage from hair treatments can all contribute to unwanted loss. On average, losing 50-100 hairs […]

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Top 5 Post Workout Hair Management Tips

Workout & Sweat are closely mingled. The sweat seeps into your skin and hair, completely leaving you soaked to the core. A shower and shampoo is the idle post-workout clean up option, but you need to take significant action to prevent dry and damaged hair. Catch up with some essential steps to manage hair when exposed to sweating. Opt for Different Hair Ties: Most of us just grab the first ponytail holder we can find, But there […]

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Managing Dry And Damaged Hair

Hair is composed primarily of proteins (88%). These proteins are of a hard fibrous type known as keratin. Keratin protein is comprised of what we call “polypeptide chains.” Damage to the hair is usually caused by heat (irons, blow drying, curlers, heat lamps, etc.), U.V. rays (Sun, lights, tanning beds), mechanical devices (combs, brushes, curling irons, etc.), chemicals (color, perms, relaxers, pool chemicals, the air, etc), or poor diet(specifically -lack of proteins and essential fatty acids). But […]

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Do You Really Know Your Hair Coloring Products?

Here are several basic types of hair dyes on the market. These are….. Temporary hair colors Which are applied in the form of rinses, gels, mousses, and sprays. They coat the surface of the hair and usually wash out within two or three shampoos. Semipermanent dyes Penetrate into the hair shaft, but not as deeply as permanent dyes. Although semipermanent dyes do not rinse off with water, they do fade and wash out of hair after about […]

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Soap Vs Shampoo For Hair Wash

Hair reacts both to acids and alkalis. Each hair has little scales, like scales on a snake or shingles on a roof. Acid makes the scales lie down flat, which makes your hair shiny and smooth. Alkali on the other hand makes the scales stand up, which makes your hair look dull and feel rough and tangled. If you use soap to wash your hair in hard water, then the combination of your hair’s scales standing up […]

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Rainbow #Underlights: Instagram’s Latest Hair Obsession

The latest Rainbow Hair Trend has been all over Instagram and other social medias. Where some have taken up the task to get their hair dyed into a hidden rainbow to symbolize their compassion for the lives that were lost in the recent Orlando incident and as a tribute to the LGBTQ Community, there are others who are just following this new hair craze. Rainbows are all about peace, love, and happiness, which perhaps explains why rainbow […]

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Hair Care Tips To Prevent Lice

As reported in Today.com, Lice, a long  bane for parents and kids across the country, is becoming much worse a problem. Strains of the pesky parasites that are resistant to most over-the-counter treatments are being reported more and more. Over the years, lice have evolved in such a way that the chemicals (Pyrethroids, which are synthetic versions of a chemical found in chrysanthemums) no longer fit neatly into the receptors, thereby squashing the chemical’s bug-killing ability. The […]

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