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How to Take Care of Color-Treated Hair

Coloring your hair is a fun experience. It allows you to add emphasis to your natural hair color or try on a totally new look entirely, whether temporary or not. However, color-treating your hair can also be a little dangerous. Color-treated hair will require some special treatment, both to ensure that your color lasts as […]

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Try No-Heat Hairstyles for Damage-Free Locks!

Styling your hair—whether it’s long, short, or somewhere in between—is a great way to complete a dressy look or amp up a casual outfit. However, many of the traditional styling methods you probably know involve a combination of heavy hair products and heat styling tools. Curling irons and straighteners are usually okay when used only […]

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What is Co-Washing and Is It Right for My Hair?

For people with dry or curly hair, finding the balance between keeping hair clean and keeping hair moisturized can be extremely difficult. Traditional shampoos tend to strip the hair of oils and moisture, leaving strands looking and feeling brittle and dull. However, hair products and dirt still build up over time and need to be […]

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How Often Should You Really be Shampooing Your Hair?

When it comes to washing your hair, most people make a habit of lathering up every time they take a shower—usually once a day. But lately, you might have heard that this practice is actually bad for your hair. So what should you do? It’s difficult to set a hard-and-fast rule about how often you […]

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Is it Bad to Wear Ponytails Regularly?

A ponytail is a staple hairstyle for almost every woman. Easy, chic and stylish, a ponytail can be dressed up for a night out or dressed down while running errands or at the gym. The hairstyle has a very long history, going so far back as the Greek and Roman eras for both men and […]

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Reintroducing Moisture into Winter-Frazzled Locks

Plummeting temperatures and harsh winter winds are not your hair’s friends. Tons of people have problems with their hair in winter, and most of these problems stem from a severe lack of moisture. If you live in a cold climate, it’s imperative you protect your locks from chilly temperatures by improving moisture levels and regularly […]

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Expert Insights into Picking the Right Products for Your Hair

The estimated worth of the global haircare market is $87.73 billion, according to a 2018 report published on Statista. The market is comprised of millions of products, such as sprays, shampoos, conditioners and colorants used to maintain healthy and well-groomed hair. Maintaining good hair texture and style involves more than just the normal day-to-day hair maintenance. Few […]

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Style Smart: Prevent Hair Damage this Holiday Season

Holiday parties, dinners and festivals are great occasions to spruce up your look and show off a new ‘do. Lots of people flock to the hair salon or stock up on styling tools and products before the holidays to get the perfect holiday style. Unfortunately, many styling techniques and products can severely damage your hair. […]

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Can Winter Hats Harm Your Hair?

Winter weather is right around the corner, and that means that warm, fuzzy hats are likely your go-to way of keeping your head warm. Many winter hats, like beanies, can be worn all day and incorporated into your outfits to prevent dreaded hat hair. However, if you’re pulling on a beanie or other winter hat […]

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Identifying the Best Kind of Shampoo for Your Hair Type

Shampoo is one of the most important components of your hair routine. Whether you shampoo your hair daily or every few days, you need a high-quality shampoo to get your hair squeaky-clean, protect your color and keep your locks looking and feeling fresh and healthy. Shampoo is not always one-size-fits-all, though. Because everyone’s hair is […]

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