Secrets to Increase Hair Density
When it comes to achieving healthy, shiny hair, there are plenty of different metrics you can look at to judge the health of your hair, such as its texture, the number of strands you have, and how processed it is. Another lesser-used metric to determine the health of your hair is by testing your hair density.
The Top Causes of Frizzy Hair and How to Tame It
Frizzy hair is every curly girl’s arch nemesis. It seems like no matter how much you try to tame your hair; it just turns into a lion’s mane. Whether it’s humidity, heat damage or no reason at all, we’ve all experienced a moment where our hair goes completely crazy with frizz. If this sounds familiar to you and you’re struggling with taming your frizzy hair, then this guide will help you deal with your unruly hair. The first step to taming frizzy hair is understanding it.
What Causes Dry, Brittle Hair and How to Replenish Damaged Hair
Luxurious, silky hair is a goal for almost everyone. But sometimes dry, brittle hair can stand in the way. Dry hair can affect everyone from men to women of any age but it’s more common in those who are older. The hair consists of three different layers. If your hair is healthy then the natural oils in the outer layer will protect the inner layers. The oils on the outer layer of the hair is what makes the hair appear shiny and healthy. When the hair is dry, the outer layer breaks down leaving the hair dull and dry.
The trending designs for the neutral nude nails
An elegant look is a soft tone added to your natural look. It can be your hair, face makeup, or even the nail polish color. You don’t always want a sparkling color to make a statement. Instead, a person is always looking to maintain their natural look with an addition of soft colors. They help you maintain the “Less is more” appearance.
Allantoin, the dry skin ingredient you may never heard of
If you have dry and itchy skin, chances are you’ve probably already tried a dozen products containing ingredients like petrolatum, lanolin, dimethicone and glycerin. Today, we’re going to talk about an overlooked emollient called allantoin, and why you should learn more about it if you haven’t already.