Saturday, March 30, 2013

Home Hair Care Tips

  • Drink lots of water and eat well (green vegetables). Water helps keeps your hair from getting dried out, and green vegetables keep your hair strong and healthy.
  • Use hair moisturizers to help keep your hair from getting dried and reducing breakage.
  • Don't sleep with wet hair. Make sure your hair is dry before retiring for the night. Continuous wet hair will cause the hair to split, and become more entangled and frizzed out over time.
  • Avoid excessive heat on the hair. Make sure you limit the use of the high heat setting on your hair drier, and don't over heat your hair when curling, as it can damage your hair. Only heat long enough to get the hair to curl.
For all the short hair gals, start out by realizing that you have to have your hair cut every 4-7 weeks to maintain the consistency of the short hair style you have chosen. Depending on your hair's growth rate, you may have to come into the salon more or less often. To keep a short haircut looking fresh and make it easier to style, it must be maintained. Also keep in mind that you will be required to do a bit of staying when you have a trendy short cut. Consider having your hair colored. It will accent the shape and dynamic of your haircut, and also keep it from losing it shape so fast. We call that roughing up the hair. 

Friday, March 29, 2013

Hair Care Tips From Professional Stylists

Do you want to have salon perfect hair every day? It's possible when you follow the tips and advice from your stylist, or when you use the following hair care tips from professional stylists. You may think that your hair is just "there" and that as long as you get it cut into a certain style and keep it clean and conditioned it will always look great. In fact, there are many factors of your everyday life that can affect your hair and can cause even a great cut to look terrible.
Here are some professional tips to keep your locks looking their best.
Strip Product Buildup
At least once a month, use a vinegar rinse on your hair after you shampoo to remove styling product buildup that can cause your hair to appear dull and lifeless. Vinegar is a natural product that will lift away the buildup from each strand without drying or damaging your hair or hair color.
Get Hair Cuts
Even if you are in the process of going from a short style to a longer style, make sure you visit your stylist every 6 weeks for a shape up trim to keep you from having that terrible growing out stage where your hair just looks shaggy.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Simple But Effective Hair Care Tips

Is your hair unmanageable? Do you feel like you always have bad hair days while all those around you seem to have the perfectly coiffured look? With a few simple remedial measures, you can have the gorgeous mane of your dreams.
The most common problem is hairfall. Any change in food, lifestyle, health, and weather can cause hairfall. If you are a new mother or if you have just weaned your child, you will probably shed hair for a few weeks. If your haemoglobin levels are low or if you are a diabetic, or even if you are on a weight-loss program, chances are you will have chronic hair fall. Some amount of hair shedding can happen if colouring or perming is not done properly.
The easiest remedy for any hair problem, including hair fall, is a well-balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and nuts. Stress is also another main cause for losing hair so making lifestyle adjustments and meditation can help in reducing hairfall.
Wash your hair regularly with a mild shampoo and a good conditioner. Check the ingredients of the shampoo before you buy. Avoid shampoos with high levels of alcohol or wax. A good hair serum or balm can help replenish natural oils. Remember to brush your hair at least once a day to keep the tangles out and to stimulate the roots.