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Redken: The Antidote to Humidity
The experts at Redken give us tips to fight humidity.
Textured hair styles like locs, braids, twists, cornrows, and knots are all the rage, adorning the heads of celebrities, athletes, and everyday folk now more than ever before.
Just Peachy: Peach Leaf and Peach Kernel Oil for Healthy Skin and Hair
These days, peach is finding its way onto the ingredient list of cosmetics. Why, you may ask, would I want to lather up with a peach? In this article, we explore the wholesome qualities of peaches. By showing how to use peach tree parts as herbs, it will help explain why peaches are not only tasty but also an herb useful in healing, hair conditioning and skin treatments.
The ingredients listed are organic molecules used in hair-are products, cosmetics, cleaning products, candles, and perfumes as fragrance additives. They are all naturally occurring components of various essential oils found in the plant kingdom.
Why Is Shiny Hair Shiny?
How to get shiny hair
Curly Hair Q&A: Styles for the Tender-Headed
Finding a style that works with the hair's natural texture is half the battle of working with curly hair.
Curly Hair Q&A: Christo
Apply products on wet hair right after you get out of the shower and then diffuse it immediately. Or you can apply the products first and then let your hair air dry for eight to 10 minutes while finishing your make up, and then diffuse.
Five Steps to Raising a Confident Curly
Building your curly’s self-confidence is key to helping the child handle taunting comments.
Majoring in Curls: Resist the Temptation to Straighten
I’ve only straightened my hair once in my life. (In my defense, I was coerced into it by well-meaning friends.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Innersense
When Gregory Starkman and Judie Maginn decided to create an organic beauty company, they drew on more than 40 years of combined experience in the hair-care industry.
Balm Mint: The Healing Herb
You may have only recently noticed balm mint as an ingredient in some of your upscale hair-care products, but it’s far from a new discovery. The herbal extract has been used for more than 2,000 years, mainly as a medicinal plant.