Showing posts from July 3, 2011

Keep Curls in All Day........ yuhuuuuuu

1. Wash your hair with a mild shampoo and follow with a moisturizing conditioner.

2. De-tangle hair with a seamless wide-tooth comb while the hair is soaking wet and full of conditioner.

3. Wrap hair in a 100 percent cotton towel and use your palms to gently press out excess water. If you have naturally curly hair, substitute a cotton T-shirt for the towel because towels roughen up the delicate hair cuticle, which can contribute to frizz. Do not wring or squeeze the hair. Remove the towel or T-shirt.

4. Comb a moisturizing leave-in conditioner through the hair and distribute it evenly.

5. Divide your hair into four sections. Smooth a styling product into each section from the ends to the roots. Comb the product through each section for full coverage.

6. Divide straight hair into sections and roll the hair in curlers. (Use cloth or rubber curlers that are comfortable to sleep on.) Let the hair curl overnight. Remove curlers in the morning and style as desired. Use hair spra…

Ouchh.... heat damage my hair

Hair is central to the aspect of your beauty, and yes it requires treatment to keep it looking great. These days, everyone has turn out to be quite fashion sensitive, and wish their hair to appear ideal, which is why, they try out various hair styles. Various hair styling equipment for example hair dryers, hair straighteners, curling tongs, or rollers may cause heat damage to your hair.

The busy life today, do not allow people to have enough time to let their hair dry naturally, so use of blow dryers has become common. Another reason for the excessive use of styling tools is that people wish to change their look often, and experiment with different hairstyles. Therefore, people with straight hair use curling tongs, while those with curly hair use straighteners. Use of heat styling tools strips your hair of essential moisture, and leads to dryness, and split ends.

If you want to keep your hair from being damaged, then you should be following precautionary measures. It is ve…