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HAIR: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW — Fall Hair

PULL the PLUG on STATIC ELECTRICITY in your HAIR PART 2

Patti Coyne & Michael Victor Best Brush BRUSH FOR Fall Hair Healthy Hair

PULL the PLUG on STATIC ELECTRICITY in your HAIR  PART 2

  Common things that create static,  SHAMPOOING Stop using volumizing shampoo’s in the Winter STOP using Clarifying shampoo’s in the Winter START using Gentle hydrating shampoos with a lower PH . CONDITIONING in dry environments Look for 3 features HYDRATION with a LOW PH and a Rice or Wheat Protein ingredient.   STYLING PRODUCTS Avoid products with ALCOHOLS and heavy silicons   BLOW-DRYING Avoid HIGH TEMPERATURES Negative Ions will only help so much if the dryer is very HOT it will dehydrate the hair you can win one but loose in the end.   CHEMICAL SERVICES ALL chemical services such...

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PULL the PLUG on STATIC ELECTRICITY in your HAIR

Patti Coyne & Michael Victor Fall Hair Healthy Hair How to eliminate static The right hair dryer

PULL the PLUG on STATIC ELECTRICITY in your HAIR

               PULL THE PLUG ON STATIC ELECTRICITY IN YOUR HAIR                                                 PART 1 In most cases people think it’s their hair brush that causes static but it’s a combination of elements that create those frustrating flyaways. Brushes generally don’t create static in the hair, usually damage and dryness are conditions of the hair or are caused by environmental conditions. Ever notice static is more noticeable in dry conditions? This is the...

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The FALL SEASON, HOW TO TREAT YOUR HAIR

Patti Coyne & Michael Victor Best Brush BRUSH FOR Fall Hair Healthy Hair

The FALL SEASON, HOW TO TREAT YOUR HAIR

Fall ,what you need to know when the temperatures drop: What changes do I need to make with my hair routine. Cooler temperatures, wind, and cool damp rainy days can be a challenging for both you and your hair. It's also that time to pull out the hair dryer. Your hair dryer first look for signs of over heating. this can be as simple as checking the filter on the back, look for lint as this can choke the motor and cause over heating and hot spots which can burn hair and your brushes as well as having your dryer...

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