It’s true there are are some things in life you just can’t control. Guess what, you hair is no longer one of those things! Control Plus 12-in-1 Spray is our latest product designed to give you TOTAL CONTROL of your hair every single day.
CONTROL PLUS targets the hair after it’s been freshly washed. To use, towel dry your hair and spray CONTROL, blow-dry and style as usual. The protein and moisture rich formula provides a completely flawless hair day, every time.
Winter can be really harsh on hair. It can cause drying, brittle ends and even breakage. Protect your hair against even the harshest of winters with these three tips for keeping your hair healthy and moisturized.
Since cold weather is very harsh and drying to the hair, be sure to use a deep moisturizing conditioner each time you wash your hair. Take a look at the ingredients and make sure it has a fair amount of natural oils and emollients. Also, take extra care when shampooing your hair to avoid shampoos with salt and sulfate, which dry the hair out. Try Zelo Salt & Sulfate Free Shampoo.
Use a Humidifier
I know what you’re thinking: but humidity is bad for your hair right? Not at all, although it’s usually the cause of frizz, a fairly humid environment keeps your hair and skin looking moisturized. Bonus: a humidifier is actually really great for keeping the skin supple and youthful.
Limit Your Blow-dry Time
Excessive heat is extremely damaging to your hair, especially in the winter. Always use a thermal protector and to limit your blow dry time, carefully pat your hair dry with a towel to remove as much moisture as possible before drying.
Hey all!!! We came across several Zelo Keratin reviews by other bloggers and decided to re-share them here for you in the next couple of weeks. Let’s read what these beauty bloggers have to say about Zelo.
The following posting was originally written by Mindy from http://www.sincerelymindy.com.
I have struggled with my frizzy, coarse hair for as long as I can remember. It’s super thick, hard to manage, and a huge pain to style every single day. I blame it all on my parents. My Dad had a big ol’ Afro in high school, so I was either “blessed” with his hair genes, or the damage was done when my Mom spiral permed my hair over and over again as a child. Either way, my hair has been torturing me for as long as I can remember.
We all go through that phase in our lives when we’ve experimented so much with our hair that we suddenly find our beautiful tresses becoming dull and dry. If your hair needs a serious pick me up, a home-made coconut oil and honey hair mask can do the trick. This mask is perfect to provide great nourishment and some serious hydration to dry and damaged hair.
What You’ll Need:
Organic Coconut Oil
Organic Raw Honey
For the coconut oil and raw honey you’ll want to use equal parts of each. For example, you can start with 1 tbsp. of coconut oil and 1 tbsp. of honey, mix it together in the bowl with the spoon. For longer hair, you may find that you need just a little more of each, or maybe less all together for shorter hair.
Before you start, you’ll want to place the towel around your neck to keep the mask from getting all over your clothes. Take the mask and apply to sections of your hair from top to bottom using your hands. Be sure to generously and evenly cover your hair with the mask. When done, simply clip your hair up and let the mask process for 30 to 40 minutes.
Note: You can apply the mask to wet or dry hair. Applying the mask to wet hair is highly recommended as it’ll be much easier.
Finally, wash your hair as usual with shampoo and conditioner and done. Enjoy your hydrated, revived tresses!
Before trying any home-made remedy, it is always good practice to take a small amount of the ingredients you are going to use and test them on a small patch of skin for a few minutes. If the area turns red and itchy or you feel any type of discomfort it’ll be best to avoid using those ingredients, try an alternative remedy instead. If no reaction occurs, then it is probably safe to use for your skin.
A beautiful celebration of natural hair by photographer and author Michael July. These beautiful afros are an inspiration; no more relaxers or harsh chemicals. Zelo encourages healthy natural hair, giving you the power to choose between full curls, and on a day where you want less volume, smooth hair. So enjoy your natural hair! Nurture it, care for it, and respect it.
Finding the right products can be tough, many brands with endless and complicated ingredient lists that we can’t even understand. So how do you know what to look for? For starters, you always want to go for a Salt and Sulfate free shampoo and conditioner. Salt and Sulfate free hair products are less damaging to your hair, they don’t dry your hair out or strip your color like regular shampoos. You can find Zelo’s Salt and Sulfate free shampoo and conditioner on our website here http://ow.ly/mNVCT.
Another great tip, is to use a thermo protector on your hair. Your skin isn’t the only part of your body that needs protection from the summer heat and UV rays. The Velvet Gloss is a great buy that not only protects your hair from harmful UV rays, but also shines, detangles, and prevents split ends. Dreaming of natural hair? Check out all the natural hair below and get inspired!
Be sure to check out the book Afros – A Celebration Of Natural Hair by Michael July
Aevin Dugas, Giunness World Records 2012 – World’s Largest Afro, Social Worker/Natural Hair Blogger
Anbuley, Afro-electronica Vocalist
Dr. Cornel West, Philosopher/Author/Civil Rights Activist/Actor
Zelo Keratin On Natural “Black Hair” Before and After Results
Since Zelo’s airing on HSN this monday, ladies of color have been asking us one thing: “That girl doing her Happy Dance and whipping her hair back and forth, how do I get that?”
No doubt, keratin has been one of the best kept secrets for African American hair, and with that comes a lot of questions. Is it like a relaxer? Is it permanent? What will it do for my natural, afro, relaxed, mixed, curly, or kinky texture? As an African American myself who is transitioning from relaxed to natural and also has about 5 different textures of hair on her head (lol), I’m going to do my best to address these question/concerns right now. (more…)
Manhattan is one of the most fabulously fashionable cities I have ever seen, and I’ve seen my fair share of fashionable cities. Whether it’s Harlem with it’s eclectic styles and kinky twists, the indie styles of the lower east side, or the sleek and coiffed ladies of the Upper East Side, New Yorkers are always dressed to impress. This Zelo blogger got to take to the streets of New York City this week, and, like the ladies of Paris wearing their hair in top knots and messy chignon’s, New Yorkers are braving the chill in these easy breezy up-dos as well. (more…)