💥Only Cost $18!! 👉🏻Easy Hair Dye at Home
It’s been a long time since I wanted to dye my hair into blue. When I found that all the hair dye products were on sale at pharmacy, I knew that it was the time to go for it! 🙋🏻♀️What I bought： Schwarzkopf Brilliance Intense Colour Crème #91 *2 Schwarzkopf Nordic Blonde L1 *1 Some garbage bags to prevent soiling clothes (I can hardly believe it only costs me $18 for all these things!) 🙋🏻♀️Colouring process： 1️⃣Put on the gloves, use Schwarzkopf Nordic Blonde L1 first, mix the specific reagent according to the instructions, shake well and apply it to bleach your hair 2️⃣Spread evenly on the part that needs bleaching by hand or comb (I focused on the end of the hair) 3️⃣Hold on for 45 mins, then rinse directly with water 4️⃣Now comes the hair dye. Again, mix and shake it well, and apply it evenly. Here I use two boxes of colorings. For those with longer or heavier hair, you may need to use one more 5️⃣Put on a disposable shower cap, hold on for 45 minutes, then wash it without shampoo but conditioner in the box. Congratulations, you've finished this hair dyeing! 🙋🏻♀️My thoughts： Actually, I thought I failed at first because my hair looked black indoors. Unexpectedly, it looks good in the sun in blue and black. If you want a more obvious blue color, you can try Schwarzkopf No. 90 or other blue colors. For me, I am quite satisfied with this~
Oct. 20, 2020
Another way to deal with thin hair
First of all I want to say I almost was about to not post this because literally this is me completely unfiltered and I dunno, I just hate my barely-there eyebrows and grey roots, but this is Cherie- where we celebrate beauty without barriers so 🙌🏼 I thought I’d add a few of my tips to dealing with my thin hair and how to naturally add volume with next to no effort. First of all, after a shower I spray with a detangler. Having thin hair, we want to keep as much of it as we can, so spraying a detangler in will make your hair easier to brush and lead to less fall out. Second- and this is a tip I found out years ago, but not sure how common knowledge it is- but I brush from the root, upwards. This again, helps decrease fallout because if you start from the root, you are prone to more breakage and hair fallout from the tip. Brushing from the ends-up kind of decreases tension when you do finally reach the roots and brush from root to tip. I also only brush my hair after a shower, I never brush during the week, and again, this is all to prevent unnecessary hair loss and breakage because honestly I’m shocked at how much hair I find in my brush every time i brush my hair. Again these are all tips on how to thin hair, through managingAG hair - Moisture Conditioning Mist Detangling Spray breakage 👌🏼
AG hair-Moisture Conditioning Mist Detangling Spray
MAINTAINING THICK, KNOTED HAIR AT THE BEACH✨
Hi everyone! Having thick hair is great because it comes with added volume and allows for endless updo possibilities. With that being said, there are obviously some cons. In the summers by the pool or at the beach I used to struggle with maintaining my hair. The straight strands would knot up when I got out of the water, frizz from the humid weather, and in general, overheat my body. If this sounds relatable, here is a product I always pack in my beach bag that has changed my beach-going experience. GARNIER - Fructis Triple Nutrition Curl Nourish Butter Cream leave-In Treatment is made with coconut oil which is designed to strengthen the hair. The cream also provides frizz control which is great for those extra humid days. This product is advertised for curly hair (which it works well on) but has also helped with my straight hair. I apply a decent amount from the ends of my hair working it up to the top. Next I brush out my hair with a wide-tooth comb (mine is from Target, but you can find one everywhere). This cream has left my thick hair softer, more manageable, and knot-free. At the end, I braid my hair out of the way so it can be maintained off of my body in the heat. What tips do you have for maintaining thick hair in the summer?⬇️⬇️
GARNIER-Fructis Triple Nutrition Curl Nourish Butter Cream leave-In Treatment
SUMMER WAVES I’VE BEEN LOVING FOR PARTIES✨
My hair is straight and lays flat on my head so for nights out I love to add some texture to it with waves/curls. A new curling wand I have been loving is the CONAIR - Double Ceramic Triple Barrel Waver It creates effortless waves in as little as 15 minutes. How to: To start, I prep my hair with MOROCCANOIL - Moroccanoil Treatment to add some shine and tame down fly-always, and CHI - 44 Iron Guard Thermal Protection Spray to protect from heat damage. Next, I work in 1-2 inch sections starting from the back to the front until all the hair is complete. As you can see, I start from the top of the hair piece and work my way down the hair. I hold the wand for about 5 seconds over each section. Lastly, I add drybar - Triple Sec 3-in-1 Finishing Spray Blanc Scent for some extra texture and volume. Have you tried a 3-barrel curling wand yet? I would love to try a wand with larger barrels.
CHI-44 Iron Guard Thermal Protection Spray
How I get a beauty salon blowout at home
Rowenta Beauty Essentials Brush Activ’1000 and Syoss Fiber Flex Flexible Volume Mousse A few years ago, I heard a joke, it was very popular back then. It was a joke I think all hairstylists shared with their clients. Something like when you are in doubt about hair issues, just ask yourself what Jennifer Aniston would do. I remember the joke because I just loved her hair. The hairstyle was so effortless chic and went fabulously with everything, from a casual weekend to a more formal event. So, I’ve spent years trying to reproduce her hairstyle, but my hairstylist told me it’s just a simple salon blowout and definetely works for my thin hair. I got it each and every time I went to the hair salon, but I so wished to master it at home. Until one day. When I actually did! I got the Rowenta Beauty Essentials Brush Activ’1000 as a gift from my mother. She is very hair knowledgeable and she knew how much I want to get the salon blowout at home. To be honest, at first, I thought it’s going to be complicated. I’ve tried before to do at home what my hairstylist did at the salon, but with little to no luck. I couldn’t imagine how using this rotating brush would be different. But the thing is the rotating brush does all the work! I just have to hold it! I usually use it after I wash my hair, on damp hair. I first apply a lightweight mousse - Syoss Fiber Flex Flexible Volume Mousse – that is very easy to brush out and doesn’t make the hair greasy or weigh it down. Then I start with the brush, from one side to the other. I don’t start from the back, as I often fear I won’t have enough time to do the front properly. So, I start from one side and in about ten minutes I’m all done. My hair looks all glamourous like I’ve just returned from the salon and I just love it!
How to make your hair fluffy? My secret weapon is...🤫
Hi guys！Today I want to recommend a great product to u! Let me introduce my hair condition first. My hair is medium width and recently I’m really bothered with hair loss. Even if I don’t comb my hair, it just fall off itself. Flattened hair makes people look low-spirited. I also considered wigs, but wearing wigs always looks strange. It is more important to take care your own hair! SO I’m searching for a long time to make the hair fluffy, after all, fluffy hair can increase the sense of volume visually! Finally, I found the magic weapon for first aid! It wasSchwarzkopf - Osis+ Dust It Mattifying Powder 10g During this period of time, I tried various things at home and found that it can really make my balding hair look much more good looking. What’s more, it will not damage the hair quality, and it can also help me to do more different hair styles. After using the this powder,my face even looks a lot smaller. I recommend it to everyone and hope you can all have fluffy hair! Here I will introduce to you the steps I usually use (dry hair and wet hair). 1. Use powder to put evenly on the hair roots and sparse hair parts at a distance of 20cm from the hair roots 2. Use your hands rub it again 3. Finally, use the “low volume” position of the hair dryer to dry the hair (blowing against the direction of the hair root will effect better!) Advantages:This powder is not like other styling products that will stick to hair. It is very refreshing and non-sticky, suitable for any hair type. My own hair is very soft, so my hair looks more fluffy after using it. This one is really easy to get started.
Schwarzkopf-Osis+ Dust It Mattifying Powder 10g
Overcome thin hair by trying this!
I have been using T3’s hair dryer for over 3 years. My hair is thin and soft, so volumizing is the most important factor for me when choosing blow dryer. I did a lot of research before buying one, and I noticed that T3 did a good job in volumizing thin hair. Now, I’ve used the T3 Featherweight blow dryer for over 3 years, and I really like it! T3 - Featherweight 2i Dryer With Brush I am not a person who put a lot of time in taking care of hair; I don’t have any skills in drying my hair neither. Even though, my hair looks fluffy and shiny after using the T3 Featherweight. The time I spent in drying hair is also shorter compare to other blow dryers I used. The dryer itself is not heavy for me. My arm doesn’t feel tired after the whole process of drying hair. What’s more, the design of the dry is chic and pretty! Mine is black and golden, and they released a pink version now! The only downside of it is its price. I bought it on sale; it cost me about 60 dollars. T3 has big discounts from time to time, definitely need to check with their sale event if you want to buy their products! There is also a compact version of hair dryer, which is cheaper than normal one. I’ve also tried that. For me, I prefer the normal one. The compact version doesn’t blow as strongly as the normal one. It would take more time to dry my hair. But if you have a limited budget, the compact version is still a good choice. I think the T3 Featherweight works well on thin and soft hair. If you are looking for a dryer which is able to add volume to hair, T3 is a good choice for you.
T3-Featherweight 2i Dryer With Brush
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