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Miracle Powder

Tuesday, July 31st, 2007

Hair Powder SpraysSick of thin, lifeless hair? Well today’s your lucky day! Bumble and Bumble have just produced a new range of hair powders to give volume and thickness to thin hair and if this doesn’t sound great enough one spray of these aerosol styling powders will also banish those greasy hair days! Yes it’s true, the powders actually absorb excess oils on the roots! It’s a miracle!

They come in five shades: White, Blondish, Red, Brown and Black. Be sure to pick the right shade for you as they will enhance you’re hair colour and also disguise those roots whilst waiting for your next hair appointment, so your colour will look fresh all year round! Wow is there anything this product can’t do?!

Give Your Hair Some Volume

Monday, June 11th, 2007

VideoJug: How To Blow Dry Your Hair To Create Volume

If you suffer from flat lifeless locks then here’s a quick video to demonstrate how you should blow dry your hair. Notice the strokes she uses with her brush – this lifting effect is the key technique to adding volume.

Are You Washing Your Hair Correctly?

Monday, June 4th, 2007

Hair ProductsApparently there is a right and a wrong way to wash your hair, if you don’t wash your hair correctly you could damage it and end up with far from luscious locks. Here are some handy tips to make sure you always shampoo and condition your hair to perfection.

Firstly, comb your hair before you get in the bath or shower, if you have tangled hair before you rinse it you will end up splitting and damaging your hair. Once combed, rinse your hair with warm water to open up your follicles and rinse out any previous products you have used while styling. Then place a circle of shampoo onto your palm and rub your palms together slightly, now apply the shampoo to your scalp and gently massage. Be careful not to get too much shampoo on the ends as this dries the hair and also avoid rubbing vigorously as this will split and tear the ends. Rinse off the shampoo thoroughly.

Some people like to shampoo their hair again to ensure their scalp is properly treated, I tend to just do this once a week though. Once the shampoo is out, place a small amount of conditioner onto your palm, rub hands together and apply to the ends of your hair and around your hair line. Don’t place too much conditioner directly onto your scalp or your hair may appear greasy once dry. Try to leave the conditioner on for 5 – 10 minutes, this will soften the ends and help to stop it from drying out.

Finally, rinse out the conditioner using warm water, then turn the heat down and give it a quick rinse under some cold water – this will add a little extra shine once your hair is dry. During the process of washing your hair, try not to tug it or rub too hard or you could damage your strands leading them to break off.

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