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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.
From India to Paris, hair has stolen all the runway shows this season. But, only the best looks make it off the runway to the streets and red-carpet. Here’s the haute-est picks for runway looks this season.
1. Braided Side Swoop
My personal favorite braid is the french braided side swoop worn by the models at Deepika Govind’s runway show this spring.
2. Romantic “Milk Maid” Braids
Whether paired with a center part or wrapped around loosely, updo, the milkmaid braid is simple, romantic, elegance.
3. Hair Jewelry
Nicole Richie and Jennifer Lawrence are just a few celebrities recently spotted sporting this flashy hair trend.
You are all set to party but you look in to the mirror and realize your hair is just a tad bit oily even though you washed your hair this morning. Definitely frustrating! Oily hair is not only an issue for you but also a problem for millions of women.
Here are some home concoctions that can be an effective solution for oily hair. Try these and soon enough you can say goodbye to oily and hello silky!
Lemons for Luscious Locks!: Yes it’s true, lemons have the right kind of magical properties that can do wonders for your hair. Squeeze two lemons into two cups of water and after having washed and towel-dried your hair, massaging into your scalp and rinse after 5 minutes.
Egg Yolk with Lemon: This can be a magical potient to make your hair feel and look silky. Mix two egg yolks with a few lemon drops and apply to your hair. Rinse after a few minutes.
Alluring Hair with Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera is in many shampoos, however, maybe not in the quantity to make a difference. Add Aloe Vera to a sulfate free shampoo to get the best results.
These amazingly simple remedies can lead to a refreshingly surprise. Not only is your hair bound to become less prone to oil, but will no longer look lifeless, limp or dull. So what are you waiting for? Get started!
Bangs have definitely made a comeback this year, and it’s looking as if this trend might be here to stay. Whether you have a round face or a long face, the right bangs can compliment anyone. It’s a relatively simple way to give your face a complete makeover.
Zelo’s got the guide to help you choose the right bangs for you.
I think one of the most striking celebrity bang transitions this year is Leighton Meester’s blunt bang. Blunt or Chinese bangs work for her because of her round face. The harsh line of bangs across her forehead creates a theme of angles on her otherwise round face. It brings out her amazing cheek bones and, overall, makes her face look longer and slimmer.
Photo: Property of Hair Boutique
Taylor swift has definitely found the perfect bangs for her oval face. The much softer fringe (above), narrower at the forehead and sweeping downward softly around the eyes, is a vast improvement over her blunt bangs (left), which actually made her face look much longer than it actually is. If you have a long face, try to stay away from any blunt styles that chop your face in half. Go for these subtle, layered fringes instead.
Chinese bangs look better on fuller faces like Leighton or square faces like Lea Micheal.
Heart Shaped faces like Rihanna’s have wider foreheads and a very narrow chin. Full blunt bangs like the style above(left) look beautiful on her but draw attention to the width of her forhead. A side swept look balances her face much better.
Whatever style you chose, the fringes are a sure way to give your hair a sexy, edgier look.
Accessorize! It’s what all the fashion gurus say is imperative for you to make a style statement. Here in Pakistan, girls believe the best accessory is one they already have- their hair. All you need to do is improvise: whether to wear your hair up or down, straight or curled, go natural or add in some color for some extra spunk.
Girls here, however, face a rather frustrating problem when it comes to hair. The harsh weather can aggravate conditions for even the best head of hair. The hot summers induce unnecessary frizz and the cooler winters bring about a dead, static feel to the hair not to mention excess dryness. As exacerbating as these hair problems may be, girls all over Pakistan continue to indulge in expensive hair products and styling equipment especially strengtheners.
From a cultural perspective, girls here are encouraged to keep long hair and with the potential problems that come with the weather, this can sometimes turn in to a dilemma. Managing unkempt hair is something the majority of the hair-obsessed female population has learnt to deal with from hand-me-down tips that have stayed in families for centuries. Everything from oiling using mustard/almond oil to herbal treatments such as scalp masks of a mixture of mint crushed in lemon juice and an assortment of other treatments that use common place ingredients such as yogurt and egg are all prevalent in hair treatment processes. It’s rather surprising to note how these home-made treatments dominate professional salon treatments to this day.
Many African Americans have pulled, tugged, braided, weaved, relaxed, texturized and hot combed their hair since they were in kindergarten, maybe even before then. Our hair was tugged into tight braids until it reached that kinky turning point when our mom’s threw in the towel and broke out the Just For Me. And for all those years our hair was resilient and silently took the abuse. But now…why does it suddenly seem as if our hair has been reading self help books? May of us have woken up to find that our strong resilient hair has packed it’s bags and taken the kids with it. (more…)