As winter approaches the crisp and dry fall air gets more extreme. And because it’s cold outside, many of us turn to our hair dryers before heading to work or class. Not to mention pick up heated tools for holiday hairstyles. This is why a proper care and maintenance routine is vital for keeping your hair looking healthy during the winter.
No matter how you spend Thanksgiving, there’s a hairstyle that can carry you from morning parades to evening feasts. Whether you’re running in a local turkey trot, ”Turkin 9 - 5” in the kitchen and need something that creates a stunning style your guests will “gobble” up in a flash, or to style with festive adornments, we’ve got you covered.
Below are three of our favorite hairstyles that’ll give your friends and families “pumpkin” to talk about!
Yes, more suds in your shampoo can be an indication that your hair is getting cleaner as long as those suds come from the surfactants (sulfates) in your shampoo. And don't worry, sulfates are not bad for your hair. Surfactants are substances that reduce surface tension, and are a key ingredient in many shampoos. And equally implant, that you’re not over washing your hair.
At the same time, more shampoo suds can also mean that you’re drying out your hair, or that you’re using a shampoo filled with “natural” marketing gimmicks that give you lots of foam, but don’t actually clean your hair. This is because of a hair myth from the early 1900's.
We’ve all overused heated tools, or forgot to apply a protectant and caused damage. But that doesn’t mean we have to give up our favorite hairdo, or curls for that matter.
There are dozens of fabulous heatless hairstyles that you can create to keep your look fresh while you repair your hair. But be careful with the tools you use. If your hair is dry and brittle from heat damage, modifying your routines and products will be vital to prevent breakage while you repair the strands.
There’s no shortage of hair clip styles in the world. And each serves a unique purpose. Some are ornamental and may break if too much strain is applied to them. That’s why they snap when used on thick hair or updos. Others are for function when styling long hair, sectioning short hair for dying or chemical treatments, and some are for fashion to hold your look in place.
Halloween can wreak havoc on your hair! From rinsing out the smell of smoke machines if you were at a party, to temporary colors, and wearing hairstyles that pull your hair tight multiple nights in a row. But you don’t have to “sacrifice” having fun or looking “gourdeous”, just make a few changes before, during, and after this “hair raising” holiday.