We’ve all had those days. You know, the ones where your hair just seems to be rebelling. Those days when you just can’t seem to get your hair to do what you want. It can be frustrating when your hair won’t cooperate, but thankfully, we have some solutions. We’ve listed seven reasons why you might be experiencing a bad hair day, and more importantly, how to fix it.
Ever woke up, looked at your phone and realized that you’ve overslept 30 minutes? Us too. For those mornings when every second counts, you need a quick hairstyle that you can do in three minutes flat. Not only are these hairstyles super easy to recreate, but they also help to elevate your style and keep you looking flawless all day long. Here are seven easy hairstyles to try on the days that you just can’t even.
No matter how hard we try, we just can’t seem to stay away from heat styling. From straightening to adding wave and body, hot tools are amazing for creating gorgeous hairstyles. But just how bad is heat styling for your hair? In short, damaged hair and excessive heat styling definitely do go hand-in-hand. If you aren’t protecting your hair from the rigors of a hot tool, then you could be drying it out or causing your hair color to fade.
Don’t settle for the vibrant hair color fade. Bright hair color doesn’t have to have a short shelf life! Whether you’re rocking bright candy-colored highlights, pretty pastel ombré, chic hue like rose gold or midnight blue, or any other fantasy hair color trend, you CAN make your hair color last longer. It’s all about maintaining your color correctly between salon visits. With a few easy tweaks to your current hair care routine, you can help prevent bright hair color from fading and keep your colorful locks salon-fresh. Read on for 9 essential tips.
We’ve all been there—staring at ourselves in the mirror, fussing with our hair and wondering, “Should I get bangs?” We take section after section of our strands and drape them across our foreheads pretending to have flawless blunt bangs or chic wispy fringe. Well, it’s time to step away from the mirror and turn to the one person who knows your hair best—your stylist.
When it comes to choosing the right hair care products, determining your hair type is absolutely essential for knowing which products would work best for your hair. In fact, many of your top hair concerns or problems may stem from simply using the wrong products. By knowing your hair type, you can find the proper balance that your hair needs and end your bad hair days for good. Here are the four factors that can help you determine what type of hair you actually have.
In the world of haircare, very few topics are as highly debated as how often you should wash your hair. Everyone has an opinion. Too much cleansing is said to dry out the strands, while too little can lead to product buildup on your roots. To end the debate once and for all, we went straight to the experts.