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Healthy Hair Blog

The idea of cutting your hair is already terrifying. The idea of bringing scissors to the curls you work so hard to maintain -- even more terrifying.

However, skipping a trim or cut can cost you healthy locks. If you have a certain haircut, they are important because styles have to be maintained.

But more importantly, regular haircuts are the only way to get rid of those pesky split ends that are causing your ends to be fragile and frizz.

If you do not get a regular haircut to chop off your split ends your hair will not grow the way you want it to. Plus, if you feel like your hair looks frizzy or damaged, getting a haircut can help restore your healthy shine.

Even if you have curly hair you cannot skip a dreaded haircut, the deva cut (or curly cut) was born.

Would it break your heart to learn that a number of your favorite celebrities with supposed naturally long hair actually rock hair extensions instead? You would be super surprised at just how much you can transform your look with the right hair extensions. While some may carry tell-tale signs that scream "I'm fake!", there are others with very natural looks and high quality.

When it comes to picking a fresh haircut, your face shape is one of the most important things to consider! It is tempting to choose the coolest new or trendy cut, but if it doesn’t work with your face shape, you might not be in love after the cut is finished. Instead of searching the newest trends, try selecting a style that suits your face shape. Whether your face shape is more rectangular or square, oval, round, heart or oblong - the right cut will expertly frame and balance it while highlighting your best features.  

Is your hair or ends feeling dry, lacking its usual shine, or just not looking as fabulous as it should? You may need to look into getting a haircut.

The hair of your dreams could just be a few snips away, you just have to bring yourself to go to the salon to get it done.

A haircut can transform the unhealthiest of hair into something that is manageable and on its way to becoming healthy.

“Let’s brush your hair!” - these are words that spark terror into the hearts of children...and honestly, can you blame them? Brushing out knots and tangles after a long day can be very painful, and is the last thing that a child or parent wants to do. The process is one full of tears, jerking away, and stern frustrations that simply repeats day after day.

Want the beautiful color you’ve always dreamed of without the damage?

Well… fortunately it's not impossible.

The allure of highlights and dying your hair are undeniable. Don’t worry we understand, having the same hair color may seem a little dull.

You urge for a change, maybe something to spice up your life a little, and you cannot help but think of what you would look like with fiery red hair, purple locks, or blonde highlights.

The possibilities seem endless and yet the old scare tactic of how much damage you’ll do to hair if you dye it deters you from even thinking about it.

We are here to tell you that dyeing your hair does not have to be the end of your hair’s good health. We want to equip you with the proper knowledge about dying and highlighting your hair.

Thus far, we’ve given you all the tea on the best practices for healthy hair. What we haven’t done is given you insight to hair that doesn’t grow from your scalp. We briefly mentioned wigs in our protective styles blog post, but I’m sure there are many of you that have worn wigs or have been interested to learn more about wigs.

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.

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