Hair Essentials Blog
We all lose strands of hair throughout the day. It’s normal to notice a few strands on a hair brush, on your pillow or pulled out by your towel every so often. In fact, the average person loses around 70 to 100 hairs every day due to the natural.
Thinning hair is a sad reality for many people, but especially women. Although hair thinning occurs gradually over time and usually doesn’t cause baldness, it can be quite noticeable.
Hair oil is a popular product to add shine and extra moisture to your strands. Oil is commonly believed to only be appropriate for very dry or curly hair because of its reputation for being heavy and making hair look greasy.
If you experience dry, brittle hair and nails or dry and wrinkly skin, you know how frustrating these things can be. It’s difficult to keep up a happy, healthy appearance when your hair, skin and nails aren’t at their best.
Curly hair is one of the most difficult hair types to care for. If you have tight curls, your hair is likely harder to style, more challenging to keep hydrated and tougher to protect against frizz. However, when cared for correctly, curly hair can.
Summer is here, and if you live in a place that suffers from high humidity, you’re probably dreading the effect it will have on your hair. Heat and humidity are some of the worst offenders when it comes to causing frizzy hair that turn your.
There are a lot of choices when it comes to your hair care. With endless rows of shampoos, conditioners, masks, oils and more at the store, it can be tough to make the right decision for your hair.
As the temperatures rise, it’s likely you’ll be spending more and more time outdoors under the hot summer sun. Most people remember to pack a tube of sunscreen for outdoor adventures, and you may even apply special facial sunscreen and SPF lip balm.
Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is an endocrine disorder that affects the proper functionality of the ovaries. Affecting around 10 million women around the world, PCOS can cause symptoms that are difficult to manage over the course of a lifetime.
Winter can really do a number on your ‘do. Between friction from fuzzy winter hats, cold, dry air and freezing temperatures, your hair might be entering spring feeling dry, brittle and frizzy.