Unfortunately, there’s no right or wrong answer for this. It all depends on personal experience and what works best for your needs. Some may like to wash their hair every day and others may do it once or twice a week. Of course, prolonging the time between a wash can lead to more scalp problems, especially if you’re spritzing some dry-shampoo on the skip days. Read on to see how often you should wash your hair according to your hair type.
Lately, we’ve been discussing different habits or products that could be ruining your hair, but this month we thought we’d keep the subject a little light and give you some hair trends that are gracing the pages of beauty blogs and magazines. Keep reading to see what five trends will be dominating the streets this upcoming season.
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.
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.