Your hair is one of the first things that people will notice about you. So if you experience hair thinning you know how detrimental it can be on your self-confidence. Luckily, there are a couple of things you can do to help thicken your hair. Use these simple hacks to thicken your hair to help boost your confidence.
Motherhood brings with it the phenomena of rapid hair growth and thickening, followed (upsettingly, for most of us) by hair loss during continued motherhood. But what things contribute to this?
Creating the perfect bun always takes a lot of time and effort, so I've learned that the quick and easy way to create an acceptable hair style for the day is to create a 'Messy Bun' with minimum time and effort.
If you are experiencing hair loss or thinning, you are not alone. These conditions are most often associated with male baldness, but over one-third of people with hair loss are women. Thinning hair can be caused by intrinsic factors, such as family history or hormonal changes. External factors, including medications, extreme stress and certain hair products can also contribute. Whether you are losing hair or just want healthier, fuller hair, you may find some benefit in these five natural suggestions for promoting hair growth.
I thought it's about time I bring out the hair care faves for all of us to enjoy some new and some older hair care products or products that have been around a long time but never lose their kick (oldies but goodies ;))!
Odds are, if you’re looking for ways to get stronger, shinier hair, you’re going to get the same combination of advertisements, and the same old same old advice about boar bristle brushes and satin pillowcases. And certainly there is merit to that advice, but here are a few tricks and tips that you may not have heard before.
To many Muslims, not all, women covering hair is important. Muslims have varying views often based on much research about whether a woman should or should not cover her hair. My own research into both Christianity and Islam on this has convinced me that a head covering is beneficial and an act that transcends time and culture (meaning just because it's 2019 and I'm in Australia does not affect that it is beneficial for me to wear a head covering).
I haven't been to the hair salon in a while... and the truth is it's not that expensive, and a part of me feels like it is a good idea to go ta professional. The problem is, I am very stubborn and I know exactly what I want... so I decided to try to cut my own hair. In the past I have trimmed my own hair before, so I have my own scissors and stuff like that, but this is the first time I am attempting to give my self a full-out hair cut.
Ever since I was a young teen, I've always wanted to bleach my hair. Sure, I've dyed my hair into lighter shades of brown, and even had red hair, but it was a little hard considering my natural hair color is almost pitch black. Plus, my hair is actually naturally curly (and frizzy). I wasn't sure how that would work considering I was already damaging my hair by straightening it everyday.
Okay, I know what you're thinking: You can't just become a natural redhead if you weren't already born one. And while that's mostly true (I say mostly because my little brother who has strawberry blond hair recently developed a full-on ginger beard), I promise, my red hair is all natural.
11 reasons to use pure and organic coconut oil from India for strong and healthy hair
When I was born I had thick black hair and gray eyes. As the years went by, my hair turned dark brown as did my eyes, and when I stood outside it looked like I had red hair. Of course, that wasn't enough for me, I wanted to be a blonde. My mother let me dye my hair when I was in my teens, but she would only let me use browns or black, no blonde.