Swimming provides an excellent full-body workout that tones muscles, increases bone density and challenges the cardiovascular system. But harsh pool chemicals can wreak havoc on your skin and hair, making water exercise problematic for people with treated, colored or long hair. Chlorine and bromine, two chemicals that are commonly added to pool water to kill bacteria, can dry hair out, leaving it brittle and damaged. Swimming at the beach is no better. Your hair is exposed to salt water and sand which can also have a drying effect....more
Using hot rollers as a styling tool may seem to be outdated, but this is not the case. Surprisingly, hot rollers are still hot until these days. Perhaps we all just need a little more knowledge about it – how it is used and the many different hairstyles we can flaunt by using it....more
Having oily hair is one of the most common problems today. If the person doesn’t take care of their hair from the beginning itself, they face such a problem of oily hair. This problem is very difficult to manage for certain individuals and have a very difficult time while managing their greasy, oily hair....more
Caring for your hair carries a host of challenges. You must be highly adaptable: focus on understanding the elements and how to overcome them. But with the seasonal changes, it makes caring for your hair twice as difficult. Take note of these hair care tips to protect your hair all year round. UV Rays from the Sun...more
Getting your hair to be perfectly smooth and perfectly straight (without the help of a high quality hair straightening brush, anyway) can be an absolute nightmare most days, and just a serious headache and hassle on others!Seriously though, trying to get your hair perfectly straight on a regular basis is a lot tougher than most people make it out to be. This is especially true if your hair is naturally curly, naturally frizzy, and really doesn’t love high heat....more
We're wrapping up our 3-day mini series on natural hair as provided by Curls Understood.
I hope you learned a little something about showing your tresses some much needed TLC. If you're new to the natural hair process, these are the perfect tips for you on how best to navigate your journey.