🧐Tips to Save Your Hair
Hi babes! Today we're gonna focus on hair. We have lots of users in our community looking for tips to make their hair healthier, fuller, and shinier. What are your secrets to improve your hair texture? What are the golden rules of good hair care? Please comment below to reveal your hair care routines and tips on hair improving. Can't wait to see what your secrets are! 👀👀👀 Don't forget to follow your best friend CheriePick, an official Cherie account, to interact with other Cherie members and get the best content in the community. Xoxo.
Jul. 24, 2020
Jillianb1I NEED the tips! Growing long hair in your thirties is hard!!! How do you deal with breakage?!?!
Jul. 24, 2020·2 likes
MalloryI work at Ulta and I’m constantly talking to the hair stylists in our salon and they always tell me trims constantly to help preventing breakage from traveling up the hair shaft over time and olaplex. I just bought the leave in treatment and the oil as a recommendation from one of my friends back there.
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hairstyles for a chubby round face 😊
🌸 you can really see the difference in my comparison photos — i use my hair to cover my face and slim it down! 🌸 I’ve got no defined cheekbones, and my jawline is pretty wide — i got a round baby face! Its not always bad, but i have also got a wideee forehead that can make my head look a little big 🌸 my hair is naturally long and straight, and its not naturally blonde! i’ve got jet black hair that i get professionally done til it looks light 🌸 if you have a round face... use your hair to create shadows around your face by keeping it in front of your shoulders. A defined jawline can also be mimicked with a short haircut, as seen in the second photo. in the first and third photo, with no hair in front of my face, you can see how chubbi my face really is!
MATRIX-Brass Off Blue Shampoo
A Guide to Perfect Straight Hair🤩🤩
Straightening your hair isn't and shouldn't be difficult but you need to pay attention and take your time. A mistake can burn your hair or skin or, possibly, add a crimp to your hair and even make it frizzy and ruined. Avoid these issues with careful preparation and treat your hair with a heat protection product prior to straightening.
What to except from hair salons during SIP
We are officially SIX MONTHS into social distancing and sheltering in place. Here in LA things have somewhat eased up with al fresco dining becoming available, stores opening up, and more outdoor activities (like drive in concerts and such) becoming available. The beauty world has also opened up with nail salons and hair salons now accepting clients, all with precautionary measures. I have yet to go to a nail salon but I did desperately need a haircut! After debating whether or not I should attempt an at-home cut, I ultimately decided to leave it up to pros. So, what is a cut during corona virus like? No wash and blow dry This one bummed me out a bit because getting my hair washed is one of my favorite parts of hair cuts! But no washing minimizes time in contact with each customer. They still style your hair with hot tools, though! Hair cuts done outside Technically, indoor hair salons and barber shops are meant to be closed still, but many businesses have simply moved their operations out doors in order to accommodate guests and keep their doors open. Prices are the same I guess a part of me thought that maybe hair cuts would be a tad cheaper to make up for the not-as-pleasant experience of sitting out in a parking lot, and not getting a wash and blow dry. But the level of expertise is still there and in times like these, I’m willing to pay what every hair stylists deserves! You know the saying, if you can’t pay the tip (in this case the rate) you can’t afford to get it done!
The simplest way to add volume is for girls with straight hair!
I am a girl who has been keen on straight hair for many years. However, due to my lack of hair, I have been looking for ways to make my hair look fluffier or more abundant. The method I recommend to you is very simple. You don't need any other products, just a hairdryer. Read on! The choice of hair dryer is very important, it needs to be strong wind and less damage to the hair. Because if you blow your hair every day, in the long run, it will become very dry and not look smooth. I use a hairdryer made by Philips, which has a smaller air outlet for styling hair. The size of this product is also relatively small, and very convenient to carry if you travel. Although it is small, it has a strong wind that it usually takes me only 10 minutes to dry my hair completely. It is mainly white with a rose gold edge, which attracts me very much. Now I want to get to the point! First, dry your hair with a hairdryer after washing it. If your hair is parted to the left, blow a strand of hair on top of your head to the right, use the hairdryer to set it. After the hair is set, turn it back to its original position, then use your hands to clip the hair about 3cm high, and use a hairdryer to set it. The final step is to use the back of the hairdryer to set the hair again. (See the picture for detailed steps) If you're not an oily or sweaty person, this can last 3-4 hours. If you want to hold it for longer, spray some hairstyling spray on the top of your head. But you must remember not to spray too much to make your hair look greasy.
What Hair Style & Color Is Best for Me? 💁🏼♀️
💁🏼♀️ I have long, fine hair that is bleached blonde at the moment. It’s hard to style unless a professional is doing it because generally it doesn’t hold a ton of shape so normally I keep it down. I do get some gentle natural waves on occasion that I like too in the front. 🎥 A big consideration for my hair is that I’m an actor so I try to keep my hair fairly long, or at least between medium length and long. The main thing I change is the length between those two and more recently I’ve been bleaching it to a blonde color. I like to keep it long so if I’m cast, there are a range of options just in case they want to adjust it so it’s easy. Of course, wigs are an option too but being flexible and versatile is important in casting when it comes to your look. 💁🏼♀️I’ve only ever had shorter hair when I was a pre-teen and although I did get some highlights then too, after that I pretty much have just been growing it out with my natural dark brown color. Then about two years ago, I started again with the bleach. 👱🏼♀️My big dilemma is always dark or light and short or long. Whenever I have it one way, I want to make it the other. Right now, I’m going blonder and blonder but have a feeling I want to go short and dark hair next, closer to my natural color. I probably won’t cut it drastically, maybe shoulder length of anything. I struggle with the color constantly and how long I should have it. 💕Given all of this and the pictures of it through the years, what do you think would be best given my lighter features and heart-shaped face?
Toned Onto Color (part two)
Remember that long, thick virgin hair that I toned to a more ashy cool blonde? After that day, she was DYEING (lol) to get back in the chair and go brighter! This time I got a friend to help me recreate Guy Tang’s “Stardust” technique. In this technique, which I’ll link at the end, Guy splits the hair down the middle and carves out zig zag sections on each side, clipping them up until he reaches the bottom hairline. Once there he paints on his lightener, making sure to only hit one side of the of the “valley” created by the zig zag weave. Trust me when I say a visual of this is much easier to understand. Once we’d gotten through her entire head and let her process for roughly an hour (open air typically takes longer to process than foils) we brought her back to the shampoo bowl and toned her to a shiny cool blonde! Formulas: Lightener - 40g Stroke7 + 40g Big9 + 240g 40 volume Thicc Activator (MyDentity) Toner - 2oz 9V +0.5oz 9P + 0.5oz 9T + 3oz Processing Liquid (Shades EQ) Video: https://youtu.be/Zo-XaMiBw-s
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