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HAIR: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

Physically Fit Hair/Finding the Balance

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Physically Fit Hair/Finding the Balance

The BASICS Hair has 3 DISTINCT STRUCTURES just like our bodies have SKIN, BONES and ORGANS. 1 The hair surface called the CUTICLE is very similar to the layers of our SKIN. This is the PROTECTIVE covering of the hair and is where you see the SHINE and HEALTHY surface. 2 The CORTICAL fiber is very much like the BONES of our body, this is where the hair gets its STRENGTH or weakness depending on the density of the strands not unlike our like bones. This is made up of TWISTED MULTI STRANDS and where most chemicals react to change...

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The HAIR ESSENTIALS, when your on Vacation

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The HAIR ESSENTIALS, when your on Vacation

What you need to consider when taking your hair on Vacation Traveling South or North pack your essentials: No matter where your heading your hair can get super dehydrated and very tangled. Traveling on planes skiing the slopes, or hitting the beach are all very dehydrating for the hair. Carry a leave-in conditioner in a spray if your hair is fine or a cream if your hair tends to be thick, curly, very dehydrated or fly-away. We believe the best approach is to choose products that prevent the problems then just repair them after the fact. Yes, there are tons...

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What you may be missing when DETANGLING and CONDITIONING DAMAGED or THINNING HAIR

Patti Coyne & Michael Victor

What you may be missing when DETANGLING and CONDITIONING DAMAGED or THINNING HAIR

      What you may be missing when DETANGLING and CONDITIONING DAMAGED or THINNING hair   Detangling and conditioning damaged and thinning hair properly, you may think your doing an OK job but read this to find out what your missing. Before wetting the hair. brush or comb through, this is very important as we know water makes the hair swell, if we wet our hair with knots/tangles they will tighten. Causing more stress on the roots and breakage through the hair shaft while shampooing and conditioning. You will find you’ll need less product, shampoo, conditioner as well. Now how to...

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PULL the PLUG on STATIC ELECTRICITY in your HAIR PART 2

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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

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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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