40% of women have visible hair loss by the time they’re 40.
On average, women dealing with thinning hair are between the ages of
25 and 35.
Some women lose up to 70 PERCENT of their hair from a stress response.
The beauty industry is filled to the brim with advice on beautification.
Want to highlight your jaw and hide that unsightly double chin? Contour away!
Want to look youthful, rejuvenated and refreshed after a grueling work week? Relax while a beautician applies cooling facial mask to your face, with added benefit of a blackhead remover.
Want to add style to your healthy and beautiful straight locks? Add highlights, which is a popular way to bring style, color and fun to your hair! Highlights color a portion of natural hair, which means it beautifully complements your natural hair color.
Changing your hair color from boring brown to vibrant and sexy red is never as simple as a “point and choose”.
There will be confusion and lots of uncertainty. You will even try to imagine how a particular hair color will look on you, which is an inaccurate measure at best.
We’ve all heard horror stories from friends, relatives, and even been on the receiving end of a dye-job gone wrong. So, is hair color selection really as difficult? The answer: yes—only if you don’t consider the following.
Fried hair isn’t just a figure of speech.
Too much sun can actually damage your hair by ‘cooking the hair shaft’. Saltwater and chlorine also take a toll on our tresses.
Yes, summer is almost upon us. This means we’ll be soon heading to the beach and local public pool.
Color-treated hair fades with time. There isn’t any hard and fast rule when this happens but the result is usually not a sight for sore eyes. Hair damage is another major concern. Of course, it’s the last thing on your mind sitting in a high chair at the salon. Hair fall and damage doesn’t make an appearance until after the first few washes, mixed with bleeding color.
Scour the internet for ‘tips on managing curly hair’ and you will come across thousands of articles and blogs on the subject. You will find content on how to take care of curly hair in the winter, how to style unruly locks, how to prevent damage and which hair styles to choose among others.
One thing ruins it all. Very few of these articles and blogs are actually written by women (and men) who have curly hair! Why is this important? Having curly hair isn’t like having other hair types. Very few people understand the difficulty of taming curly hair in the morning or before a night out.
1. Shower Routine
Extra hot and long showers can strip your hair of natural oils, making them dull and frizzy.
2. Not Brushing Your Hair Before Washing
If you do not entangle your hair before stepping in the shower, then the shampoo will distribute unevenly.
Brushing hair before washing Is necessary to pull natural oils through to hydrate the hair.
Avoid Blow Drying
Avoid the use of blow dryer and let your hair dry naturally. If you have to use, then switch to cool setting to dry your hair.
Wash Your Hair Twice A Week
Shampooing your hair too much strips the hair of natural oils. Restricting your shampoo routine to twice a week will ensure the hair color does not get washed away faster.