Hair Essentials Blog
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.
If you’ve ever colored your hair, you’ll know that there are a lot of options to choose from. Seemingly endless shade ranges, coloring techniques and hair dye brands are enough to make the choice complicated. Perhaps one of the most important.
Coloring your hair is a fun experience. It allows you to add emphasis to your natural hair color or try on a totally new look entirely, whether temporary or not. However, color-treating your hair can also be a little dangerous.
We’ve all heard or used the phrase, “I wanted to pull my hair out,” referring to being in a stressful situation. While this phrase is somewhat overdramatic and just a figure of speech in most cases, there is something to be said about the link.
Styling your hair—whether it’s long, short, or somewhere in between—is a great way to complete a dressy look or amp up a casual outfit. However, many of the traditional styling methods you probably know involve a combination of heavy hair products.