Dandruff, everyone gets dandruff at some point; Dandruff can be described as a condition where there is occurrence of flaking of the scalp. Dandruff is shedding of dead skin form the scalp, and is not to be confused with simply a dry scalp. Dandruff comes in two types - dry and waxy; many people are … Continue reading How to Know if You Have Dandruff or Simply a Dry Scalp:
Jack Frost is striking us with his presence, which means time to change your regimen. We recommend that if you care for your hair and the shape it is in you should make sure you take the following precautionary steps. Kerri’s rule of thumb is if you start to have to increase your moisturizers for … Continue reading Prepare your Hair for Winter!
Summer is almost over and school is on the horizon. Catching some rays from the sun, wind in your hair, and days in the water may have left a mark on your precious locks. To get hair back into shiny, healthy mode for classes, there are several steps you can take. Get a trim to … Continue reading Back To School Hair Tips
Deep-conditioning is essential for hair at least once a week in summer. Hair tends to become dry, dull or brittle if it is exposed to frequent cycles of soaking and drying, such as if you sweat a lot or go swimming. Make sure to rinse your hair before you hop into the pool, it … Continue reading Here are A few Summer Tips for in The Sun
Hello Re: update for Kerri Dawn I appreciate the opportunity to advise you that as of July 15 (unless baby decides otherwise) I will be taking maternity leave. I plan to be off for up to 3 months, and will be returning very part time. As the most of you know I have embarked on … Continue reading Kerri Dawn’s Update
If you have more questions and could not find what you were looking for after looking under the blog search query; or you would like to know more about a particular topic or would like to give feedback please shoot me an email.
While in shower condition hair and brush hair while in shower with comb or brush of choice. Rinse out conditioner. Once out towel BLOT, not rub hair; use towel to scrunch out major portions of water. (Rubbing hair with towel to try will only cause frizz and the hair to break from the pack to … Continue reading Wavy Hair Tips for Fine to Medium Hair
“Many people think that they can use a flat iron at the highest setting every day and have their hair look wonderful every day.” - WRONG! A flat iron is a heated hair appliance, and like any heated hair appliance it should be used with care and thought. Don't believe everything that the manufacturers tell … Continue reading Tips when Flat Ironing
Everyone’s hair carries a positive electrical charge that is caused by dryness. Over time, this positive charge increases, and as your hair becomes drier, more hair cuticles open, creating ‘ragged’ unhealthy looking and feeling hair that is difficult to style. Flat irons and hair dryers will create negative ions. When the flat iron or hair … Continue reading How do Negative Ions have anything to do with your hair?