Published at Friday, March 06th 2020. by Blanche Kruger in Long.
It is a good idea to have a hot oil treatment the day before having your hair colored. This will ensure that your hair has equal porosity at the roots and ends and will give you a more even result.
When it comes to coloring your hair you can either do it yourself at home, or for a fuss-free professional result, visit a salon. If you decide to go for a salon color there are a few questions that you need to ask before booking the appointment, such as:
Add a spoonful of vinegar to a glass of water and rinse through your hair after washing. A vinegar rinse will help close the cuticle and retain your color.
Getting perfect curls can come at a price, and usually, it’s in the form of heat damage from overdoing it with a flat iron or curling iron. There are several ways to curl your hair without heat, but most of them are either very time consuming or likely to come out uneven or disappointingly flat.
Bleaching is a process that permanently lightens your hair. If you are thinking of bleaching your hair you might want to consider full head bleaching (i.e. bleaching all your hair the same shade), foils or highlights. Bleach comes in various forms including gels for scalp applications, and powders. Gels usually cause the least damage.
December is the month we’re super busy buying presents, organizing holiday parties, etc. With all of that going on, it’s easy to fall back into our usual hairstyles and miss the opportunity that this holiday season offers to try out some new hairstyles for our curly hair. Whether your hair is short, long, or somewhere in between, if you’re looking to get away from your standard hairstyles and try something new for all those gatherings and events this season, then you’ve definitely got to try these holiday hairstyle ideas for curly hair.
When your big day is fast-approaching, you want everything to be perfect. You’ve had your dress picked out since the beginning, you’ve contacted your favorite makeup artist, and the event planning is truly never-ending--the last thing you should worry about is what to do with your gorgeous curls.
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