Taking care of your hair is important for reasons other than just appearance. While healthy looking locks are aesthetically more appealing than damaged dos, they are also a telltale sign that you’re following a responsible overall
We’ll start with the bad news. Have you noticed that over time, your hair doesn’t seem as strong and resilient as it once was? It can be scary noticing more hair falling as you brush or wash/shampoo it. Thinning strands can be a
1. Skip the heat treatments.
Applying heat to hair, whether it be with a blow-dryer, curling iron or straightening iron, is going to inevitably have negative effects if done excessively and without proper precaution. If your locks look
Shu Uemura Art of Hair launched Essence Absolue just two weeks ago and it's already completely sold out and wait lists are forming. Why all the hype?
Apparently this product is the answer to all our dry-hair prayers. It is said to
Have you noticed any textural changes in your hair during the colder seasons? (If you're like me, you probably tend to use your blow dryer and hair products more frequently in in the winter.) For those with fine, dry, or damaged hair, the
Says Rita Hazan:
The best conditioning treatment depends on what damage your hair has. Protein treatments are good but too much protein can also have the reverse effect and make the hair dryer and break as a result. I recommend only