14
Jun
2018
0

How Often Should I Shampoo My Hair?

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How often to shampoo hair has been a debate in the beauty world for a long, long time. When modern shampoo as we know it first became widely used in the early 20th century, beauty experts at the time recommended that women wash their hair every two weeks. However, by the 1970’s, daily hair washing became the norm. Lately, the no-shampoo or “no-poo” movement has become popular. No-poo involves skipping traditional shampoos in favor of natural substitutes like apple cider vinegar, or simply “co-washing” hair with water and conditioner.

With all the conflicting information out there, you’re probably wondering, “How often should I wash my hair?” Keep reading to find out! Read More

29
May
2018
1

How to Avoid and Repair Heat Damage

We love how heat styling can transform our locks into bouncy waves, tight ringlets, or sleek strands. What we don’t like is when going overboard with the hot tools results in dry, frizzy, brittle hair. Keep reading to learn some easy tricks for styling while avoiding heat-damaged hair. If your hair is already heat-damaged, we also have you covered with tips on how to repair damaged hair, and get it back to shiny and healthy-looking.
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8
May
2018
2

Understanding the Hair Growth Cycle

Understanding the hair growth cycle is key to optimizing hair growth and reducing hair shedding. Have you ever considered why some people can grow hair past their waist, while others can’t grow hair past their shoulders? Or why you need to cut the hair on your head, but not the hair on your arms? Or maybe you’ve wondered if losing hair in the shower is normal or if it’s something to be concerned about. Keep reading to learn about the hair growth cycle and answer these questions once and for all! Read More

1
May
2018
2

Iron Deficiency Anemia & Hair Loss

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From overstyling and extensions to stress and hormones, hair loss can have many roots. But if your hair loss is accompanied by symptoms such as fatigue, shortness of breath, and heart palpitations, you might want to ask your doctor if iron deficiency anemia is to blame. Iron deficiency anemia is more common than you may think. In fact, it’s estimated that 3.4 million Americans have anemia. Keep reading to learn more about iron deficiency anemia hair loss, and what you can do to cover the symptoms.
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24
Apr
2018
3

What’s the Best Hairstyle for Me?

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Scrolling through the internet, we’re bombarded with pictures of celebrities with new haircuts or the best hair trends for the year. But you may be wondering, “What’s the best hairstyle for me?”

If you’re straightening or curling your hair every day, put down the hot tools! The best hairstyles work with your natural hair texture, not against it. That way, styling is quick and easy. Plus, you can keep hair healthy by avoiding damaging heat tools. Keep reading to discover your hair type, and which styles work best for each hair type.

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