HAIR: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW — dehydration in the winter

HOW to STATIC PROOF your HAIR

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HOW to STATIC PROOF your HAIR

HOW to STATIC PROOF your HAIR Most people believe it’s their HAIRBRUSH that causes static but it’s a combination of elements that create those frustrating flyaways. Brushes generally don’t create static in the hair, Damage and Dryness, (Dehydration) are conditions for Static often caused by the Environment, Products and Styling tools. https://www.hotheadshairbrush.com/blogs/hair-what-you-should-know/extreme-temperatures-cold-or-hot-and-how-they-affect-my-hair-nov-2022    Static is more common in drier conditions. Dryness can be internal, external or both. Damaged hair exhibits more negative charges therefore more potential for flyaways / static.  Ever notice your hair always looks great for a short time after styling, though in a matter of hours may...

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FALL SEASON and your HAIR (revised) Sept 15th 2023

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FALL SEASON and your HAIR (revised) Sept 15th 2023

FALL SEASON and your HAIR 2023 Fall, what you need to know when temperatures drop. What changes do I need to make with my hair care routine? Cooler temperatures, wind, and cool damp rainy days can be challenging for both your hair and your skin. It's may also be the time to pull out your hair dryer once again. First check your hairdryer look for signs of overheating, this can be as simple as checking the filter on the back of the dryer, look for lint as this can choke the motor and cause overheating, or hot spots which can...

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EXTREME temperatures COLD or HOT and how they affect my hair? Nov 2022

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EXTREME temperatures COLD or HOT and how they affect my hair? Nov 2022

EXTREME temperatures COLD or HOT and how they affect my hair?  WINTER and SUMMER hair care: similar problem’s different conditions.   WINTER CLIMATE OUTSIDE  COLD and DRY temperature drops. WINTER CLIMATE INSIDE        HOT and DRY the heat is on.       SUMMER CLIMATE OUTSIDE  HOT and HUMID  temperature rises. SUMMER CLIMATE INSIDE    COLD and DRY Air conditioned.   Now if your confused here is some advice to healthier eye-catching hair year-round. The ENVIRONMENT CHANGES and so does the condition and needs of your hair. Colder weather will have you using your hair dryer more often. This can result in static, dryness, and...

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COLD WEATHER and your HAIR, when the temperature drops from + fahrenheit to - fahrenheit

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COLD WEATHER and your HAIR, when the temperature drops from + fahrenheit  to - fahrenheit

  COLD WEATHER and your HAIR: when the temperature drops from + fahrenheit to - fahrenheit. What you need to know when the temperature drops; what changes do I need to make in my hair routine.  Colder weather will have you using your hair dryer more often. When using a hair dryer routinely look for signs of overheating. This can be as simple as checking the filter on the back of your hair dryer for lint, this chokes the motor causing it to overheat and in some cases smoke or even worse catch on fire! We are often unaware of the...

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