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!
“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?
There are not as many noticeable differences between ceramic and tourmaline as there are between ceramic and metal plated. The ceramic and tourmaline plates perform almost equally, but tourmaline does it slightly better. Both use negative ions to straighten your hair safely and with results that cause far less damage to the hair cuticle than … Continue reading What Materials Can Flat Irons Be Made Up Of?
You can cut friends and family's hair in the privacy of your own home without a license. However, you can't legally charge them money for it. A hair stylist specializes in the art of styling hair, hair extensions, including cutting, chemical services such as relaxers, texturizers, perms, and color, as well as restorative treatments. To … Continue reading How to Know the Qualification Levels of your Stylist
Weaves: Are cut out at the stitch from where they were applied over the braid/cornrow. Micro Links: A special tool is used to bend the link so the metal bead re-opens, allowing the link to slide off. Micro Bonds (fusion): There are two ways in which your hair extensions are removed one for fake hair … Continue reading How are Weaves Removed?
You should not have to color your hair extensions if your match was done correctly. If you cannot find a true match then no, it is not recommend coloring your hair extensions. However if you have to get your roots retouched please visit a Hair Extensions specialist that is comfortable with coloring and Hair Extensions. … Continue reading Can I color my hair extensions?
Brushing your hair: Brush through twice a day with a soft bristled brush. When brushing hair, please start from the bottom and work your way up little by little, holding your hair with the other hand near the roots. Do not comb hair from the top down as it may pull. Respect your roots; NEVER … Continue reading Maintenance- Caring For Your Hair Extensions
Do not sweat it is normal to lose a couple extensions during the lifetime of the extensions, just save the bond and the bond can be reapplied during next maintenance service. Do not be alarmed - The average person loses anywhere between 50-100 natural hairs per day, keep in mind when your extensions are removed … Continue reading Things to know about extensions: