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Neaten Your Nape with Clip-On Hair Extensions

Every woman who’s ever worn a weave knows the nape of the neck is the tenderest spot. This is the area that most often rubs against clothes, collars, and pillowcases; collects the most sweat when you exercise; and gets caught, tugged, or tangled the easiest – and that’s just on regular hair! Add to that the delicate nature of a weave, especially a full-head weave, and you’ve got a really frustrating situation: after a few weeks, the majority of your hair extensions are sitting pretty, but the nape area needs touching up.
So what’s a girl to do? Try mixing…
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On the Edge: Save Your Edges with Hairline Hair Care

Worried about a thinning hairline? Want smooth, soft edges to frame your face, but not sure how to do it without damage? Many women suffer from hair loss around the temples and forehead, and the reasons for this are usually completely preventable: poor hairstyle choices, bad products, and rough handling all contribute to hair coming out. But you don’t have to contend with these problems – not if you take preventive measures!
The first thing to do to stop thinning edges in their tracks is to take a good look at your hairstyles. Are your locks usually slicked back into…
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No Sweat: How to Gym-Proof Your Hair Extensions

No Sweat: How to Gym-Proof Your Hair Extensions

The New Year is here, and for many women that means one thing: resolutions, and usually fitness resolutions. Everyone is ready to exercise! And yet, with treadmills and metabolisms firing up, the heat is also rising on scalps and hair – and this can be disastrous for your virgin Indian Perfect Locks hair extensions. No sweat, though; you can still have it all by simply using a little inside knowledge about how to preserve and save your hair weave while exercising.
First and foremost, keep hair extensions as dry as possible by sweeping them away from your neck and forehead….
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Filter Your Way to Healthier Hair and Skin

Filter Your Way to Healthier Hair and Skin

Even with the best products and regular maintenance, many women find themselves still battling hard, damaged hair and dull, sluggish skin. But why? Well, two words are to blame: hard water. Yes, the water you use to clean your hair and body can be part of the problem when it comes to your beauty routine. Hard water can dry out skin and hair, causing scaling, breakage, split ends, dandruff, and other problems. Fortunately, though, we have solutions!
What is Hard Water?
“Hard water” is water with high levels of metallic minerals like calcium, copper, zinc, and magnesium. It is usually…
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The Best Tools for Your Haircare Arsenal

The Best Tools for Your Haircare Arsenal

To create the best looks and latest styles, you have to have the right tools. Here are some implements that no hair toolkit should be without:
 A Ceramic Flat Iron

This is a must have. Turn your curly locks bone straight, or simply create a soft bump at the ends of your tresses. Owning the right ceramic flat iron is essential to creating sleek smooth looks.
Not quite ready for the Brazilian Blowout? Create a similar look at home with the right ceramic flat  iron. Make sure to choose an iron with plates that don’t overheat and cause damage to your…
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Hair Damage and What it Means to You

Hair Damage and What it Means to You

There are many reasons that a woman may experience hair damage. Stress, over-processing, tension and heredity are all factors that can cause thinning, damage and balding. Hair damage can erode a woman’s self confidence and her overall sense of beauty and self-worth. The key to getting past the effects of hair damage is to understand the causes of hair damage and the remedies available to cure the problem.
Its not your fault
Some causes of hair damage are hereditary, and are passed along in families. Androgenetic alopecia is a condition in which genetic factors cause women (and men) to suffer from…
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How to Tighten Your Way to Sleek, Sexy Locs

How to Tighten Your Way to Sleek, Sexy Locs

Although there are many methods for starting the locking process, there are essentially about three ways to tighten or re-twist your maturing locs: finger latching, latching with a tool, and palm rolling. Each method has its advantages, disadvantages, and special steps, so it takes a knowledgeable loc-wearer to know which one is best for them. Luckily for you, we have all the information you need right here!
Palm Rolling
Basically the same technique used to start many locs, including those once sported by Lil’ Jon, Lauryn Hill, and India.Arie, palm rolling is just twisting the hair together between the palms…
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How to Maintain Your Gorgeous Locs

How to Maintain Your Gorgeous Locs

Well, we’ve almost reached the end of our series on locs. You’ve discovered the truth about this much-maligned style, checked out different ways to design your locs, and gotten some tips on how to start them. Now, though, we come to the most important aspect of rocking locs: maintenance. After all, it’s the day-to-day care and work you put into your tresses that helps you look your best, no matter what hairstyle you wear. So here are some essential tips for keeping your locs groomed to perfection, the Perfect Locks way.
First, always tighten or re-twist your locs when they…
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17 Beauty Tips for the Active Woman

17 Beauty Tips for the Active Woman

It’s no secret that exercise is a key ingredient in any beauty routine. The fat-burning, toxin-flushing, blood-circulating routines we follow help keep our bodies toned, our skin tight, and our hair growing. But increased exercise also calls for different details in your hair and skin care regimen. Here are just a few tips to help you get started on your exercise resolutions and routines without sacrificing your already-fabulous look.

Start cleansing your hair and scalp more often, up to three times per week. Your scalp sweats when you exercise, and this salty residue must be washed off regularly, to prevent…
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Before You Lock Out: Tips for Starting Your Locs the Right Way

Before You Lock Out: Tips for Starting Your Locs the Right Way

Beautiful loced hair is the result of lots of patience, careful maintenance, and a solid plan – a plan that gets formed before you ever twist or braid a strand of your hair. Not every loc style will work for every person, and there are definitely many factors you need to consider, along with steps you need to take to start your locks off on the good foot.
For starters, before you begin your loc journey, consider:

Your lifestyle. Do you work a corporate job that requires a certain level of precision and polish to your look? Free-form locs probably…
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