If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to be more active, but you’re struggling to find the motivation, then keep reading to see how exercise can affect your hair. You might be surprised by the facts.
We all know that anything from harsh chemicals to heat styling tools can damage your hair, but what about hair products? It’s not too often that we hear about the actual products that could be causing harm to our hair. So, we put together a list of three products that could be causing some of the hair woes that you’re concerned about. Fair warning, you might shed a tear on the first one.
You usually wake up from a night of heavy drinking feeling sluggish and probably a little sick. You’re dehydrated, lacking nutrients, and tired as hell. You stumble over to the mirror, afraid to look up and see what stares back at you. Skin is feeling dehydrated and your hair…well, let’s just say bed head isn’t to blame this time around. In fact, alcohol can have similar effects on your hair as it does on your skin. With the holidays in full motion and the end of the year quickly approaching, it might be a good idea to read up on how alcohol can affect your hair and lead to those dreaded #badhairdays.
As the weather outside begins to change from humid and hot to dry and cold, we start to see a change in our hair as well. Our hair behaves similarly to the changing of leaves. Just as the leaves dry up and begin to fall off their branches, our hair starts to dry out due to the lack of moisture in the air and will shed. Wondering how to fight against winter hair? Keep reading for some tips and tricks to combat it.
Have you been suffering from dry, damaged, or over-processed hair? If so, you may want to continue reading. Below are some of the best ingredients you should be looking for in your hair products if you want to combat weak, dehydrated hair. Number four is one of our little secrets…
We’re always told that if we can’t pronounce an ingredient on the back of a shampoo bottle, then it’s no good–that ideology isn’t always the best. Yes, we are cautious, but many hard-to-pronounce ingredients are harmless. What we need to do is watch out for, specific ingredients that cause more damage to the hair than benefits. If you discover any of these ingredients in your hair care products, it might be time to move on and find a replacement.
If you let out a sigh every time you look at your hair in the mirror, then it’s time to re-evaluate your hair care regimen. Chances are, you’re making at least one of these four mistakes and your hair is speaking out in protest. Whether you’re struggling to grow your hair or looking to revive it, read on to find out what’s causing the damage.
Are you a self-proclaimed “lazy girl”? Hey, there’s nothing wrong with that, especially when it comes to your hair routine. Looking to elevate your hair with minimum effort? Well, look no further. We’ve got five super simple hairdos that’ll have people tagging #hairgoals.
So, you already know that heat and coloring leads to hair damage, right? Well, what if we told you there were other unexpected, daily activities that were contributing to the damage as well? Yikes! Read below to find out what everyday activities are ruining your hair.
What’s hiding in your kitchen? Could it be the cure to brassy highlights? The secret to volume and texture? Or is it the cheapest and least damaging method to going a few shades darker? We compiled a list of weird, yet effective everyday kitchen items that will help you achieve better hair. Read on for the perfect solution to common hair ailments.