Wooden comb hair benefits!
As part of my routine, I use a wooden comb through my hair every night before bed. I’ve had this wooden comb for years! (Almost 2 decades!) There are many benefits of using the wooden comb: 1. The wooden comb actually helps to distribute the oils from your scalp throughout your hair strands. Hair will be less greasy and more shiny! 2. Boost circulation 3. Promotes hair growth 4. Gentle on the hair 5. Helps to reduce dandruff and itchy scalp 6. Prevents tangled and breakage 7. Great for all hair types!
Dec. 17, 2020
Easy wrapped low ponytail✨
Yey or nay? I thought about creating the most simple look for those who might be wearing a sparkly outfit and that might only want a subtle touch on the hair to complete your look👌🏻 Hope you like it ☺️here are the products used: Hairspray: OBLIPHICA PROFESSIONAL - Seaberry Multi-Task Hair Spray Extra tips: ⭐️The thinner the hair section you grab the neater the hair will look. ⭐️Make sure every time you wrap around the hair you pull it at the same time so it stays tight and neat. ⭐️if you have hairs sticking out while wrapping, twist them on the back so they stay hidden ⭐️I sprayed the ends and secured it with two bobby pins strategically placed on the back of the ponytail so they stay in place
OBLIPHICA PROFESSIONAL-Seaberry Multi-Task Hair Spray
What does your hair fluffing routine look like?
What does your hair fluffing routine look like? I have thick hair but it’s still hard for me to get the amount of volume I want sometimes, so my routine involves A LOT of shaking and fluffing.••➰ Since excess touching of your hair leads to more frizz, make sure your hands and pick have a little oil on them to help prevent extra frizz
Braided Buns ✨
Braided Buns ✨ I’ve been trying to find more ways to switch it up from the regular wash and go. And it’s great for when wash and gos go wrong••✨ This style takes a little longer for people who aren’t the best braiders like me lol but once you’re done it’s worth it!
New video up ✨
I’m sharing all my hair secrets collected over the years in this quarantine special video to keep my hair healthy even after the several damaging things I’ve done to it in the past. Sharing my daily tips that can be done in Quarantine ☀️
SPRAYING MY HAIR WITH CHAMPAGNE 🥂
FOR SHINY, SMOOTH AND GLOSSY HAIR ✨😱TAG YOUR BESTIES 👯 All I Used: 1/2 cup champagne 🥂 1/2 cup hot water 💦 I know it is sounds kind of crazy spraying champagne on your hair 🙊I actually heard the amazing hudabeauty talking about she spraying champagne on her hair, so I was really curious 🤔and decided to give it a try a couple weeks ago 🤷🏻♀️ Believe it or not my hair doesn’t want to shine all the time, sometimes it gets really dry because of the weather changes.🙄☀️💦 We all know champagne can be expensive😲you could use any sparkling wine instead, they are all extremely high in antioxidants due to the grape seed extract protecting the hair's vital collagen and elastin👌🏻 ATTENTION‼️This works the best on blonde 😚✨👩people, because brings out the blonde tones. brightens their color and adds additional golden tones to their locks👯 HOW I DO IT I spray it on my clean hair after shampoo and conditioning and let it sit for about 15 minutes, then I rinse it off with cool water💦 PS: I do it every 9 days, or just for when I really think my hair needs it, don’t do it very often because it can have the opposite effect.
HOW TO COMB HAIR TO REDUCE HAIR LOSS
Here’s the thing—some hair loss is totally normal. We all lose anywhere between 50-100 hairs a day and it’s a totally natural part of our scalp’s hair cycle. However, if you think that you’re losing a little too much hair, it’s time to take a look at how you’re treating it. There are a lot of great products for treating hair loss starting at the scalp, but today I’m going to talk about how you treat the lengths of your hair—not the scalp. My hair is medium length, straight and a bit dry—if I’m not careful, I can get my hair quite tangled and if I don’t take care of it properly, I might make a bit more of my hair fall out than I want it to. For me, this means brushing my hair properly to prevent hair fall—I know, it sounds simple but it makes a huge difference. I have three simple rules to follow when I brush my hair to keep it healthy and prevent hair fall. Always detangle hair when dry (and preferably before washing). Your hair is most vulnerable to breaking when it’s wet—because the cuticle is full of water, it’s prone to stretching and snapping the hair instead of combing through. When you detangle and brush your hair before washing it, you avoid the possibility of damaging your hair and accidentally pulling out more. Brush hair from bottom to top when detangling. When you brush your hair from bottom to top, you’re also less likely to cause excess hair fall from improper detangling. When you brush it from bottom to top (holding your hair in between) you don’t put a lot of pressure on the roots of your hair, which can cause hair fall and breakage. Only use a wide-tooth comb to detangle. I was recommended to only use a wide-tooth comb to detangle from the best hairdresser that’s ever cut my hair, and I still follow his advice to this day to prevent hair loss and breakage. If you have super stubborn hair that won’t detangle without breakage, it’s safe to use a wide-tooth comb and a generous amount of conditioner in the shower to get knots out without causing extra hair damage and hair fall. A wide tooth-comb is the best for detangling, then use a regular hair brush to start to style your hair.PATTERN - Wide Tooth Comb
PATTERN-Wide Tooth Comb
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