We are trying new look and hairstyle every day. Daily efforts to achieve perfectly styled hair can actually undermine the health of your hair. Heat, combing and styling products can result in hair that is dry and that contribute to split ends.
Protective styling as it name suggests is a styling that protects your hair from any outside damages. You probably heard how beneficial it is to retaining healthy hair and length. But as the saying goes, too much of good thing can be a bad thing. Even protective styles have their drawbacks if you make any of these mistakes.
Having a natural hair is a wonderful thing. Not only does one look great but you can also feel good knowing natural is the way for your hairs to be beautiful for years to come. Natural hair is kinky and curly is beautiful whether it is relaxed or braided. The key to healthy beautiful hair is moisture and gentle treatment. Natural hair requires a lot of care in part because it tends to be dry and delicate.
Biotin in the egg helps to keep up healthier follicles and roots of the hair. Eggs help make your hair soft and smooth.
Mix an egg with a required amount of shampoo. Apply onto your hair for 5-10 minutes then rinse well. This method helps to enhance more protein in your hair and leaves your hair silky and shiny.
Braiding is such an easy way to style your hair without any heat-styling. Braiding is a versatile hairstyle that you can wear it to any occasion.
Braiding doesn’t distinguish between short or long hair. From bob hairstyles to pixie or cornrows there are many braiding styles you can experiment with your short hair. Braids look great at every length. Let’s look at some braiding styles for short hair.
Braiding is one of the hairstyles that has been gracing the women’s hair for decades. A stylish fashionable hairstyle braiding offers so much versatility that will rock your style in any time. Your braided hairstyle can be worn to any events formal or informal or just for your daily hairstyle. You are never out of the options to change your style.
Dreadlocks or locs or dreads are ropelike hair strands made by matting or braiding hair. Dreadlock is in style since long time back. It can be formed through a technique called twist and rip, as well as backcombing and rolling and the crochet hook method. All of these methods require ongoing work to be applied to the dread before it becomes neat and tight or mature.