We all have mornings when the stray strands in our hair are a little too much. These untamed strands are what we call frizz and are often challenging to handle, especially when you want to retain a certain hairstyle. Frizz occurs in all hair types, whether straight, wavy, curly, or coily. Knowing how to play with your hair type is the best way to control frizz. This post focuses on what causes frizz and what you can do to prevent frizz in your hair type.
We always think the grass is greener on the other side, right? If your hair is limp and fine, you wish desperately for more body and volume. Your hair may grow at a snail’s pace while you dream of gaining inches. So much of our confidence is tied to our hair, and yet we somehow manage to always find something wrong with it.
Every girl loves togrow hair fasterand have long, smooth and silky hair. To achieve this, they often look for medical supplements or try several hair products that are advertised to magically enhance the hair growth process.
This often leads to stress and disappointment. The reason being several controllable and uncontrollable factors affect hair growth.
Being stuck inside for weeks on end doesn’t make us want to style our hair in cute styles and live our best hair lives - which is totally understandable. As some areas are going into month three of quarantine or stay at home orders - the boredom is rising, and playing around with different hairstyles doesn’t seem to be such an impossible task. In fact - this is actually the perfect time to play around and perfect your technique! Staying indoors for the most part means not being around others who might judge or make you feel self-conscious about your style. Instead of rocking that messy bun for the fourth (fifth, even?) day in a row, let down your locks and play around with a few of these fun styles - we’ll even give you some awesome video step by step guides to show you the way to rockin’ quarantine hair.
Having fine hair is both a blessing and a curse. On the bright side, thinner strands do not need as much hair product to coat them, and drying and styling hair takes significantly less time than it does for a head of thick locks.
One of the best upsides? Fine hair is naturally soft, silky and smooth effortlessly.
While there are tons of benefits to having fine hair, styling and maintaining it follows a different set of rules than for those with very thick or coarse strands.
It requires a balance between maintaining moisture, body and preventing an oily or greasy appearance.
Hair growth is one of the most pressing of the hair trials and tribulations. You feel like your hair growth is stagnant. That no matter what you do (like all the promising hair masks) your hair just won’t go past the length that it is now. But like anything else, it can be figured out.
There are plenty of reasons why hair decides not to grow past a certain length. Anything from your diet, chemical imbalances to the products you may be using can make it challenging for your hair.
Dry shampoo...for the straight/wavy haired beauties – this product is a lifesaver. Even those with curly and coily hair may find dry shampoo in their arsenal of hair supplies! Unlike regular shampoo which strips oils from the scalp and roots of your hair, dry shampoo simply absorbs the oil at the roots of hair which allows you to keep rocking your style for longer without drying out your ends.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed at the thought of shopping for hair products? There are an innumerable amount of brands and products out there that the search can seem daunting. It can be even more challenging if you are on a budget but are looking for products to solve specific problems for your hair. Store bought products can range in price. They also can fall on the spectrum anywhere between all natural to 100% chemicals. The only way to find out is to read the ingredients.