Happy New Year!
It is a new year and time to set new hair goals.
How much progress did you make last year? Did you reach shoulder length, arm pit length, bra-strap length or beyond?
Congrats on your progress. Now let’s start working on our next hair goal. We always suggest starting the new year with a trim. Then you may want to opt for a nice protective style (i.e. bun). Continue reading New Year Hair Goals
What is one of the best ways to secure your hair in a ponytail or bun?
The answer is: It a hair tie (see picture).
What is a Hair Tie?
A hair tie has elasticity. The elasticity help secure designated hairstyles with ease. Depending on your hair texture and density, you may have to loop the hair tie around once or twice for thicker hair while a finer texture may need to be looped around three times.
Continue reading Product Review: Hair Tie
Rubber bands and hair do not mix.
Rubber bands have many uses. The internet is full of websites promoting the many ways to utilize a rubber band. To name a few: they can hold rolled up posters, bunch pens and pencils together, and even be used as a makeshift sling shot to playfully pluck a friend.
Continue reading Should you use rubber bands on your hair?
The summer of 2014 is here and based on the thermometers it is going to be a hot one! The higher the mercury goes the drier your hair will get. Why?
– The Sun can and will zap moisture from your hair.
– The chlorine (a.k.a. bleach) in pools will strip your hair, especially your hair color.
– Your sweat, which is partly comprised of salt, will cool you down, but dry out your hair.
How can you combat the summer from halting your lengthy hair goals?
Continue reading Summer is Here!