Want to PERK UP DULL, DRY HAIR?
1. 2 Tablespoons of finely grated fresh ginger. (Ginger stimulates the scalp)
2. 2 Tablespoons of avocado oil (Avocado oil can be bought at a health food shop or grocery store, it is moisturizing and easily rinses off hair).
3. 2 Tablespoons of Warm Water
Combine all the ingredients in a glass bowl and mix. To start, apply the mixture to clean, towel-dried hair. Massage well into scalp. Cover hair with a shower cap or wrap head with a plastic wrap. Leave on hair for about 25 minutes, then rinse thoroughly with warm water. Shampoo and condition hair, then style.
Have THIN HAIR and WANT MORE VOLUME?
There are products in the market that will stop breakage or keep your hair well-conditioned. First of all, "Volumizers" are prdoucts that are designed to make your hair appear thicker than it actually is, but this effect last only temporarily.
Create more volume with your hairstyle by using hair rollers at night.
Thinking about GOING from DARK TO LIGHT?
If you are thinking about coloring your hair it is very important to go to a hair professional as well as to follow these tips:
1. Your hair must not be overprocessed with relaxers, other color or overPRESSING
2. Wait at least 2 (1/2) weeks after your relaxer before bleach or permanent color is applied.
3. If your hair is brittle or shedding get a series of repair treatments before you color.
4. Take a 24-hour patch test to determine any possible reactions you may have to the chemicals.
5. See your stylist at least 2x a month for shampoo and moisturizing conditioning.
6. See your stylist for a color retouch on your roots every 4- 6 weeks.
ARE YOU GROWING OUT YOUR SHORT CUT?
Follow thes pro tips:
1. Keep the nape of your style tapered. As the rest of your hair grows, it will cover and camouflage the back, then you can stop tapering and tripm the nape instead, eventually your result will be a bob.
2. One of the best and healthest sets for your hair during this period is a wrap as it's easy to maintain and hides your growing ends.
3. Style your hair in "twist" sets with double strand twists or rod sets.
4. During the Worst of your in-between stage, braids or a weave can help get you through the transition of letting your hair grow.