Could the water you’re using be having a negative affect on your hair? Depending on the type of water you’re using in your home, there could be a chance that overly hard water is causing your hair to become more damaged.
There is always a lot of debate over whether you should shower and wash your hair every day. Lots of celebrities have come out recently saying that they don’t shower every day, sometimes only a couple times per week, which has led to a lot of people questioning what the right amount of time between showers is and how often you should really wash your hair.
Can you believe that it’s been over a year since the first case of COVID-19 was discovered? For many of us we’ve been trying to stay safe and do what we can to prevent the spread of this disease. This includes, staying at home as much as possible, wearing masks when leaving the house, and social distancing when possible. And even though some states have relaxed their restrictions when it comes to certain businesses being able to re-open, some people are still not comfortable venturing out into public places.
Do you ever get red bumps on your arms, legs, face, or other areas of your body and can’t figure out what they are? They don’t appear to be pimples or bug bites, but they are still very irritating and sometimes cause redness, itching, and pain.
With the cold weather setting in the air will continue to get drier, which can be a nightmare for hair. We all know that too much humidity in the air can cause your hair to become out of control and hard to tame, but too little humidity can cause a whole slew of problems as well.
When the air gets dry and the humidity levels drop, your hair can also become brittle. Split ends can begin to form as the hair gets damaged, dandruff can develop as your scalp dries out, and static electricity can build up causing stray hairs to fly everywhere.
Summer is coming to an end and school is starting for a lot of kids across the country. And while school may look different for a lot of people this year, it’s still important to make sure that your hair looks good for that first day of classes.
Whether that first day of class is in-person or virtual, this is likely the first time for kids and young adults to see their teachers, old friends, and meet new friends. While learning to practice social distancing over the last six months, many of us have let haircuts fall by the wayside and are sporting some pretty unruly hair styles. What better way to make a great first impression than with a stylish haircut?
We’ve all heard the saying that if you cut your hair it will grow back faster than it did before. But does this saying have any truth to it?
Commonly associated with facial hair and shaving, this saying has been around forever and people still believe it to this day.
There are many different options out there when it comes to hair loss treatment and you don’t always have to undergo surgery in order to help improve your hair loss. And while a hair transplant may seem like the only permanent solution to your hair loss, depending on your condition, medical treatments like Rogaine (Minoxidil) can have incredible results when used properly.