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Important Ingredients to Avoid While Shopping for Hair Products

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Unfortunately, when it comes to hair products, we are usually so excited to get our hands on the latest and greatest products that we forget to pay mind to the ingredients we are exposing our precious strands to. Luckily, we have done endless research on this so that you don’t have to! We’ve compiled a…

Bad Chemical Treatment? How to Correct It:

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Have you recently had a chemical treatment gone wrong? Unfortunately, most of us women have been in the same boat. Whether it was a color that didn’t turn out quite how you wanted it to and you’re expecting the impending damage of the corrective color that’s on the horizon; or you’ve had a relaxer gone…

How to Handle Highly Processed Haircolor

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Are you having a problem controlling your overly dry, over-processed hair? Unfortunately, we know a lot of you are – especially if you love highlights as much as I do! Highly processed hair can be troublesome for everyone including hair stylists! As a matter of fact, most stylists can sometimes suffer the most from over…

Hairstyling Tip of the Day: Back to School Haircuts at Home!

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Hairstyling Tip of the Day: Back to School Haircuts at Home! Moms, don’t send your kids back to school with a bad haircut. The first step to giving your kids a perfect at-home hair cut is to start with the right tools. This Satin Edge Starter Kit is an affordable way for all at home…

Are You Using The Right Blowdryer?!

Have you been noticing that you just can’t style your hair the same as your Hairstylist does, even when you are using all of the same products and brushes? Turns out, it may be because you are using the wrong type of blow-dryer for your hair type. It seems that almost everyone is raving about…

The 10 Worst Things You Do To Your Hair

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According to Redbook, here is a list of the 10 WORST things we do to our hair: 1. Using old styling tools – clean between each use to remove and prevent build up and germs! 2. Using rough elastics - using elastic that is covered in fabric (like a scrunchie) will prevent snagging! 3. Infusing hair…

Can Stress Really Make Your Hair Fall Out?!

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Can stress really cause hair loss? According to an article in the Smithsonian, yes it can! Hair grows in 3 phases – anagen, catagen, and telogen. Anagen, or the growing phase, is the longest of these three phases (and probably the one people are most familiar with) where the hair grows, and produces new hair.…

Amanda Bynes Shaves her Head!

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Amanda Bynes “wigs out” and shaves her head! The actress, who has been known for bizarre behavior lately, claims she had to shave her hair due to hair damage from frequent hair color changes! With her new ability to wear wigs with ease I’m sure we can expect to see more colors and styles!

Middle School Student Burns Her Hair Off Making You-Tube Tutorial

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Middle school student, Tori Locklear, burns her hair off while making a you-tube tutorial. This is definitely an example of over heating your hair! Remember to always chose the appropriate temperature for your hair when styling and keep in mind that only professionals should be using temperatures over 375 degrees! Also, be sure to double…