We all get into this mode where we will literally try anything to make sure our hair is healthy. Sometimes it is because we see something viral going around the internet, other times we just get curious and want to put our recent Pinterest pins about hair care to the test.
Each stage of life affects your body and hair differently, such as puberty, adolescence, even aging – and especially pregnancy. During pregnancy, it’s clear that the body goes through many changes…ever wondered how specifically it affects your hair? In this blog, we’re going to take a closer look at the changes (both good and potentially bad) that pregnancy can bring to your strands...
Are you worried about the damage the summertime could have done to the healthy hair you worked so hard for? Well it is just time for a change and to learn some tips to salvage your summer hair and prepare it for the new season. So, out with the old and in with the new! Soon enough, the leaves will be turning their golden colors, the air will crisp enough for your favorite sweater, and pumpkin spice everything will be back. What a perfect time to bring some new life into your hair care routines or to try a new color or cut. The possibilities are absolutely endless and you have a whole season to figure it out...
Summertime is here! Are you ready to soak up the sun, take a dip in the pool, catch a tan at the beach?
Are you also ready to take care of your hair in the midst of all your summer fun?
During the summer your hair is subject to the detrimental drying power of the sun, chlorine, and salt-water. Just like you drown yourself in sunscreen to prepare yourself for a long beach day or lounge at the pool, you need to protect your hair. We all hate the stringy, dry strands of hair that twirl between our fingers after a fun outing to the beach or the pool. So why not try to avoid it at all costs?
Is your hair dry, frizzy, dull, and difficult to style? If so, it's probably damaged. Damaged hair is more common than you might think, and it can be really disheartening to deal with. It can leave you feeling hopeless — like you'll never have that soft, smooth hair you see on friends and in magazines. But rest assured, there are ways to repair damaged hair and prevent the same damage from occurring again.
Wondering whether blow drying is good for your natural curly hair? Although using one gives you a fresh, straightened look, blow drying could cause irreversible damage to your tresses. Here are 3 reasons why it's damaging and our reason for finding a better way!
Cold weather, dry air and harsh winds can wreck havoc on hair, particularly if you have dry hair to begin with. While you can't control the weather, there are some things you may be doing that cause damage. And while some are obvious, you may be surprised by others. Here are a few tips on how to minimize damage and keep hairlooking healthyall year long.