If you live somewhere where winter exists, then you know what havoc it can do to your scalp and hair over those cold months. We’re talkingdry, limp, static prone hairand an itchy, flakey scalp, generally all over lacklustre hair.
Between constant transitions from the harsh Winter winds to the drying indoor heaters, your hair has become more fragile, and dehydrated. Changing your hair care in the Winter to suit the change in season is crucial to maintaining healthy hair and scalp.
Summer sun, chlorine, wind, and saltwater can take a toll on your locks, leaving with you straw-like ends and possible further damage, especially if you have a light colour or fine hair. If your locks are lacking moisture it can leave you more vulnerable to breakage whereas, if your hair is damaged, it will take a little more TLC to restore your locks to their healthy state.
Big, bouncy curls. They ooze that effortless, cool-girl vibe and have proven to be a timeless hairstyle, remember Mariah Carey’s dreamy 90’s curls? Carefree with a hint of slick sophistication. We’re taking our tips from Chris Wood of the TO112 team as he teaches us how to achieve the perfect curl.
Watch the tutorial, or don’t - with the right products adding that oomph to your look is easy!
Hair serumis a perfect fix to dry, compromised tresses. Just a few drops add lustrous shine and manageability to your hair. However, a hair serum can have so many more purposes than simply being the last step to your styling routine.
You’ve heard the term before Hair Serum. At first, it may seem a little redundant. Why do you need a serum if you’re already using a conditioneranddeep conditioningyour hair on a regular basis? Stay with me here, this next bit is very important. When used on clean hair, a hair serum has some pretty amazing benefits.
You just finished taming the mane and now you’re ready to seize the day. You step outside and you’re hit with that palpable wave ofstifling humidity. All of a sudden your hair has a mind of its own. While there’s nothing wrong with some seasonal volume it’s reassuring to know that for days when we want to be in total control of our hair, there are options available.
Friday, June 21 marks the summer solstice, the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere with the sun rising around 5:30 am and setting just after 9 pm. “Solstice” is derived from the Latin words “sol” meaning sun and “sistere”, meaning to stand still as the sun’s path appears to momentarily stop on this day.
Could your morning cup of joe be the key to a better head of hair? Studies suggest that it might just be!
Hair thinning or hair loss take no prisoners–affecting both genders and people of every age–and are major blows to self-esteem. Common culprits can includeaging, postpartum, menopause, diet or underlying health concerns.
The good news? There are things that can be done to prevent or mitigate this destruction.
We’re all better people in the summer, let’s be honest. And then the unbearable heat rolls around and we all forget what summer isreallylike. Hot and humid; acurly hairedgirl’s nightmare.Humiditybring chaos to an otherwise tame ‘do by causing frizz, dryness, and in some cases, breakage.
But, don’t give up and break out the ball cap just yet, there are products that can help you maintain healthy curls through the summer months.