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Trimming Your Own Split Ends – Conquer Your Damaged Hair!

Trimming Your Own Split Ends - Conquer Your Damaged Hair!

The reason most of us go to a hair stylist is to either have them style our hair, color our hair, or trim our hair. But sometimes saving money, especially during the holidays, seems a lot more appealing. The reality is that hair can be expensive, especially more for women. When your hair is damaged you know the solution is to get a hair cut or trim, but the last thing you want to do is spend a ton of money.
No one likes damaged hair, especially if your hair is looking rather unappealing at the ends. The symptoms of…
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Get Rid of Those Annoying Flyaways that Interfere with Your Hair Style

Get Rid of Those Annoying Flyaways that Interfere with Your Hair Style

We all have annoying flyaways to deal with on a daily basis. You might be done styling your hair but then you realize that you have a small problem. Small pieces of hair are sticking out on the top of your head of hair when you don’t want them to. Don’t let your tresses get out of control. Instead learn how to master the pesky flyaways before they master you.
1. Moisturize your hair with deep conditioner and oil.

One of the biggest reasons you get flyaways during the winter and spring time is because your hair isn’t getting enough…
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Don't Let the Winter Zap the Moisture Out of Your Hair!

During the winter time it’s hard keeping your hair in excellent condition. You’re battling against cold temps and depending on the climate you live in, dry air may be another element you have to go up against. Your hair may start to feel and look damaged and that’s never a good thing.
However, there are ways to keep your hair looking its best during the winter months. You might begin by staying away from places that overheat your locks and flat irons that you shouldn’t be turning up as much as you usually do. It’s important to protect your hair!…
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Don’t Let the Winter Zap the Moisture Out of Your Hair!

Don't Let the Winter Zap the Moisture Out of Your Hair!

During the winter time it’s hard keeping your hair in excellent condition. You’re battling against cold temps and depending on the climate you live in, dry air may be another element you have to go up against. Your hair may start to feel and look damaged and that’s never a good thing.
However, there are ways to keep your hair looking its best during the winter months. You might begin by staying away from places that overheat your locks and flat irons that you shouldn’t be turning up as much as you usually do. It’s important to protect your hair!…
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Part III: How Do You Color Wefted Hair Before Installation?

Part III: How Do You Color Wefted Hair Before Installation?

We’ve finally made to part three in our series! We bet you are excited to color your hair extensions and incorporate some gorgeous highlights into your new look.
Final Instructions: Making Your Hair Shiny
After you’re done installing your wefts, apply a demi-permanent color glaze to your locks. This will enhance the color of your weft and your natural hair as well.
Also consider a clean shine that will add moisture, shine, and keep your hair healthy and strong. Put it all over your hair after installing the weft. Your hair will become a little bit damp now, but this…
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Part I: How Do You Color Wefted Hair Before Installation?

Part I: How Do You Color Wefted Hair Before Installation?

Even though we offer colored Indian hair, sometimes our customers prefer to color their hair extensions on their own. But to ensure that you do it correctly, we did a bit of research to give you accurate tips on how to successfully color your hair extensions. If you prefer custom highlights and low lights in a weft, learning how to color your hair or understanding how a professional will do it is especially important.
1. The first step is to do a strand test. You need to know what type of hair you will be dealing with. Don’t waste beautiful…
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If Only a Girl Could Wake up, Wash, and Go

If Only a Girl Could Wake up, Wash, and Go

Sometimes we wonder how it would be if a woman’s hair life would be just as easy as a mans. Most boys don’t have to style their hair. They can simply get up and go. They hop in the shower, run their fingers through their hair, apply a little bit of gel, and they are on their way.
However…with most women this just isn’t possible. But we can’t help but think, what if it was possible? You might feel liberated, but then you’d look in the mirror and might not like your hair do. This is what would or could…
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Everything You Need to Know About Hair Brushes

Everything You Need to Know About Hair Brushes

Brushing your hair can be very relaxing. It’s generally not a good idea to brush damp hair, especially if you have hair extensions, but if you use a leave-in conditioner or another great product you can carefully brush through your hair. Now…what kind of brush should you use? Here are some types of brushes we’re just learning about ourselves and we can’t wait to try them out.
The Vent Hair Brush
A vent hair brush is your every day brush. It’s great for combing out your hair, but isn’t good for styling it.
It’s called a vent brush because it…
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Successfully Installing Skin Weft Hair Extensions Detailed Instructions Part II

Successfully Installing Skin Weft Hair Extensions Detailed Instructions Part II

Happy Friday and Halloween weekend!
We’re back to give you the rest of the instructions on how to successfully install your hair weft. If you missed out on our Wednesday post see below this post or click directly on this link which will take you to the post: Successfully Installing Skin Weft Hair Extensions Detailed Instructions Part I.
A Quick Review:

Figure out what section of your hair you want your skin weft installed.

After you’ve separated the top and middle section of your hair, you are going to install your hair weft working from the bottom part of your…
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Successfully Installing Skin Weft Hair Extensions Detailed Instructions Part I

Successfully Installing Skin Weft Hair Extensions Detailed Instructions Part I

Skin Wefted Indian Hair Extenions are some of the most undetectable hair extension techniques available in the hair and beauty market today. They are also known as seamless wefts in the general market. Understanding more about skin wefts and how to successfully install yours will help you realize that they actually are very easy to apply.
After the skin weft is in your hair, your hair will look beautiful with new extensions to style. Straight Skin Weft Hair Extensions are available on our site as well as curly and wavy wefts. Before we give you detailed instructions on how to…
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