Finally! No more hair losses
To all my thin hair girls! Check these two things out that saves my hair loss is an amazing way! I’ve tried these for about two months and absolutely love love them! THE BODY SHOP - Ginger Scalp Care Shampoo I wasn’t too expect for this shampoo from the Body shop at the beginning. I was looking for something natural and more organic. I did see a few reviews on it from Instagram so I want to give it a try. It is sulfate free. It lathers nicely when you wash your hair it enhances silkiness. This is always something I’m looking for especially these two years. I do notices that my hair was not as glowing as before because of too many chemical damaging i did to my hair like coloring. Our hair get stropped once we put chemical treatment on. This is also why it is important to look for haircare products that is hydrating and moisturizing in order to retain length in hair that is nor breaking off or shedding. I found this shampoo does a great job at improving elasticity and reduces breakages. I do feel my get get stronger and probably that is one of the reasons that I have less hair losses as well. Next comes to this treatment from The ordinary. The Ordinary - Multi-Peptide Serum for Hair Density This serum has very light textures and feels comfortable when you put it on. I normally apply a few drops before going the sleep, to clean, dry scalp. I would also massage into scalp thoroughly for blood circulation and let the product evenly applied. The technologies present in this formula is to prevent hair loss, breakage and promote thick hair growth. I notice that after a few weeks of trying this product, my new growth is a lot more manageable. It does promote healthy hair growth because of the special formulation that they use in many of their hair vitamins. I have noticed that when I use their products, my hair do look healthier and it does feel a lot stronger.
THE BODY SHOP-Ginger Scalp Care Shampoo
How I get fast curls that last for days at home
Remington Style Inspirations Fast Curls and Syoss Keratin Hairspray Sometimes I’d love some curls, as curls could volumizing my thin hair. And not just any type of beach waves, but real curls. This is the reason why I got the Remington Style Inspiration Fast Curls. What attracted me first when I saw it in the shop, was the “fast” on the label. I mean, I wouldn’t have wanted to spend forever getting some curls for a night out. I also liked the idea of hair rollers, brought back sweet memories from when my mom and grandmother used them when I was little. Felt like the symbol of femininity back then for me. I use the rollers a few times per year, so not very often, but it is really fast. Before using them, I wash my hair and blow dry it for a few minutes. The hair doesn’t need to be perfect dry, but not wet either. I plug in the device as it takes about 10-15 minutes to get the rollers hot enough to curl the hair. Then I start applying them one by one (there are different sizes, I use the larger ones mostly). It takes a bit to put them on, maybe another 10 to 15 minutes depending on how fast you are. Then about 15-30 minutes I let them on while I get dressed or watch some TV. After I take them out, I put my fingers through my hair and arrange it properly before securing everything in place with Syoss Keratin hairspray (I like it a lot because it comes down easily just by brushing the hair and it makes the hair shine and smell great). All in all I think it takes me somewhere in between 30 to 40 minutes to get great looking curls for a dramatic appearance!
Easy hairstyle for thin and soft hair👀
ABOUT ME: THIN AND SOFT HAIR, OIL SCALP. My hair texture always drives me crazy. Thin, soft and super straight! Straight hair can keep people look styled but super straight only shows a dull impression. This kind of hair type have to say goodbye to all hairstyles. I HATE IT…but helpless…. After making a curly hair styling in the hair salon and went to outside, the wind will make my style has no shape and becomes straight again. So for a long time before, the ponytail became my daily look. Very boring style! But I have no choice! And my scalp is very prone to oil. If I don’t wash my hair for two days, my hair will stick tightly to my scalp. But recently I discovered a hairstyle that suits me very well! It's just three steps more than a ponytail. 1 Replace the ordinary hair rope with a wider hair rope for stronger support to hair root. Use two small clips under the head rope to fix the height of the ponytail. 2 Transform an ordinary ponytail into a three-strand braid! 3 Be sure to use styling gel! Hide your indocile broken hair. Only need these three steps, you will become more styled and polished! Whatever, this hairstyle suits me very well. However, one problem still cannot be avoided. Tie hair can easily cause hair loss and cause the hairline to move back. I don't know how to solve this problem. After all, my hair volume is very small. Do you guys have any suggestions?
Make your hairstyles more stylish
Make your hairstyles more stylish by adding a hair clip! Huge clips like these are trending and will make your hairstyle go from BORING to ELEGANT! 😍✨Song: all the good girls go to hell (Billie Eilish)
DIY mask for soft smooth hair 🥑
After recently dying my hair a fashion colour my hair has been dry and frizzy especially around be my hairline. Cue this easy DIY hair mask anybody can do at home and will leave you with beautifully soft and smooth hair which is hydrated and light. Ingredients: 🥑 1x ripe avocado 🥚 1x egg 🍯 2x tablespoons of honey 🌱 2x tablespoons of olive oil Add all ingredients to a food processor or blender and blitz until smooth. The texture will be thick and creamy similar to hair conditioner. Massage the avocado mix through your hair and leave to sit for 30 minutes or longer (I left it on for 1 hour in the pictures). Thoroughly wash then condition your hair as normal.
Oils For Acne !?
Many may run at the idea of using an oil on acne prone skin BUT what if I told you that using oils for acne can be very helpful for your acne. Are you curious? Or are you already running for the door 😂? Let’s talk about it . . . Why Would You Use Oil On Acne 🥴 First it depends on what types of oil(s) you are using and we will get into that as we go. Many oils have great antibacterial , soothing and healing prosperities which is great for acne. These beneficial oils will help reduce breakouts and heal them leading to less scarring. So What Types Of Oils Do You Use 🤷🏼♀️ There are about 7 oils I know from my experience that have helped me with my acne. These oils are natural and unrefined ( including essential oils) I do suggest staying away from mineral oils and petroleum jelly. Those do nothing but sit on top of the skin,can clog pores and have no nutritional value for the skin. Using natural oils penetrate the the skin and have more beneficial properties.Here are some oils I recommend & Why they are beneficial for acne 🌺Almond Oil Helps dissolve excessive oil, Improves cell turnover,hypoallergenic 🌸Coconut Oil Antibacterial, Reduces scarring 🌹Tea Tree Oil Anti inflammatory, Antimicrobial, reduces swelling and redness 🌼Lavender Oil Antibacterial,healing,unclogs pores,anti inflammatory 🌻Vitamin E Oil ( my personal fav ! Place this on a breakout and see how fast it heals !) Anti inflammatory,antioxidant,healing 💐Jojoba Oil Healing,Antimicrobial,Anti Inflammatory 🌷Castor Oil ( another one of my faves! But it’s thick thick so don’t use too much) Antibacterial,Antimicrobial, helps with skin texture What do all of these oils have in common ? Comment below ☺️ It’s important to use antibacterial ingredients when dealing with acne to get rid of bacteria from skin which causes breakouts. Paired with that you want to also use healing ingredients to reduce scarring from breakouts.There are many oils I recommend doing your research How Do I Use Oils In My Regimen 🧏🏼♀️ It can be as simple or as fancy as you want, a simple method will be taking a little bit of oil onto fingers and massaging it directly into skin. The fancy way is mixing oils like a few drops of tea tree oil into some coconut oil and applying to skin. Everyones experience with using oils is different some or none may work for you. Oils should be applied at night over moisturizer and cleansed off in the morning. This will allow your skin to absorb the benefits of the oil. I do this and notice a major improvement in my breakout in the morning. I do not suggest wearing oil during the day because you are more active , and if you wear makeup this can cause you to produce more oil. And trust me oil on top of oil + More breakouts is not a look ! Depending on your skin you can use oils nightly 1 to 3 times out the week. It’s important to pay attention to how your skin is reacting. #cheriecreator Any questions ? Ask In commments ❤️
now- Solutions Castor Oil
Spotlight: Hair Tutorial
Hi darlings! Take a look at @Caseylynn 's hair tutorial post. Thank you so much @Caseylynn for sharing your skincare insights with us! S/O to all the warmhearted beauty experts! 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.
Hair experiment...overnight wet braids?
Alright guys...it has been SO LONG since I’ve done an overnight braid with wet hair. This is NOT a new trend and has been used for years, but I wanted to experiment this technique with a new curl product I have... Here are the steps I took to achieve these tight curls: Wash & towel-dry your hair! I have dry, thick, curly hair so I used a line of curl-friendly shampoo & conditioner. Comb a curl-finishing product through your hair. I would normally use a frizz control gel or cream, but I recently purchased the Coil Custard from Briogeo Briogeo - Curl Charisma Chia + Flax Seed Coil Custard and omg. It held my curls SO WELL and this huge tub is only $20! I only had to use a nickel to quarter size amount to cover my entire head of hair. Section your hair off. You can make your sections as large or as small as you want to—the smaller the sections, the tighter your curls will be. Start braiding each section. I personally did not use French braids as I wanted more volume. To make the sections/braids more manageable, put them in a bun or ponytail. This kept them out of my face until the next morning! Let air dry overnight. As you can see, my roots got super frizzy LOL. Take out the braids. The Curl Charisma coil custard really held them together! I’m not super stoked with how they turned out but when clipped back, my hair looks voluminous and I can always add water to my hair to normalize my curls. Style as you see fit! The possibilities are endless! Have you ever tried and overnight braid or curler? #CheriePartner
Briogeo-Curl Charisma Chia + Flax Seed Coil Custard
Quick Hairstyle for All Lengths!
Accessories are a MUST when dressing up an outfit. This is why I am going to show you one of my favorite trendy hairstyles that is super easy and quick. First, you need a think headband (Amazon has great ones) and you want to put it on like you normally would. Then, you are going to pull out some pieces in the front for a messy look. You can leave your ears in or out of the headband. I have thick, long hair and this is perfect for me when I am on the go. This look has been made popular by many Instagram bloggers. Wondering what to wear it with? Dresses, skirts, or even sweatshirts! Now you’ll be looking super cute all day :)
Hair journey : help my colour-treated hair!🦦🥺
Hi loves, So yes part of me wanted to share my before-after photos of my hair colour (cuz I BE FEELING MYSELF) but I also thought I could use this platform and reach out to some of you. That is, I need help with my hair routine because it’s kind not on point... Here’s the dealio : Whenever I use Colorlast-Shampoo from Biolage, yes it smells SUPER nice and feels good but it never lasts very long. Indeed, I usually end up with an itchy scalp and dandruff and/or pellicules in my hair the very next day. Sometimes it even itches pretty bad. My hair is... 1) colour-treated 2) straight-wavy 3) usually oily after a long time 4) itchy after one or two days after I washed them 5) very long (down to the center of my back) *** and I never tried/used products on them before except for a toner from Aloxxi Tones. I know I need something soothing for my scalp but I would also like to use a product that can protect my colour from fading quickly. If you have any suggestions/comments on that matter, please let me know and I’ll be happy to get back to you! Thank you so much for your help!! love x 💗💗💗