Washing your hair with conditioner first, then shampoo, is a beauty trend that works amazingly for curly hair.
Tips For A Salon-Worthy Blow Out At Home
Achieving a salon-worthy blow out at home is doable with these tips from a professional hair stylist
Tips for Healthy and Full Hair Growth
Common conditions to address are hair breakage, dry and brittle hair, scalp flaking and thinning hair.
How to Improve Hair Growth for Female Hair Loss
Dr. Kate Henry discusses the various causes of female hair loss and many natural treatment options available.
4 Different Causes of Hair Loss + How to Treat Each Naturally
Hair loss can stem from a number of different causes. Treating these underlying causes can sometimes help slow or reverse hair loss in affected individuals.
Natural Solutions for a Flaky, Irritated Scalp
Solution include omega 3's, shampoos and yes, even switching to this type of diet.
10 Natural Ways To Improve Hair Health and Growth
The health of our hair tells us a lot about what might be going on in our bodies. Read on to find out what we can do to optimize hair growth.
Create Effortless Beachy Waves With Homemade Sea Salt Spray
Nourish tresses while creating beach-worthy volume and texture with a homemade sea salt spray.
Biotin: Essential for Hair Care and More
Our hair is so closely tied to our identity and how we express ourselves that it’s no wonder the time and attention we give our tresses plays a huge role in our daily routines.
Reduce Frizzy Hair with a Homemade Serum
Curly or straight, frequent washing leaves hair dry and frizzy by removing its natural oils. Thankfully adding oils to your hair care routine can effectively smooth the frizz.
Apple Cider Vinegar Scalp Scrub
Traditional, store-bought hair care products leave hair dull and lifeless while clogging follicles. Restore the natural luster and health of hair by using a homemade scalp scrub.
Homemade Hair Masks for All Hair Types
Uncooperative hair can be a pain to tame. There are many reasons why people have bad hair days, and determining the contributing factors may help resolve the problem. Weather commonly causes keratin damage on the interior of strands in humid climates. Keratin swells, which then causes hair to frizz. During the winter months, dry outside air, when combined with dry inside heat, causes static problems that make for fly-away strands becoming hard to manage. Putting hair in a bun or a braid can resolve the issue temporarily, however, it is not a long-term solution.
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