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Maintain Those Sexy Curls Well

Whether curls are small, long or medium, they are sexy. However, long curly hair needs to be taken care of. Only then it will look incredible.
When it is wet, comb from the bottom. Be gentle so that your hair does not break. If you want to put it back into its right place, then use your fingers to comb through once it is dry.
You need to use a deep conditioning treatment very frequently in order to keep the moisture intact because curly hair can be very dry.
A lot of hair styles can be tried with long curly hair. Putting it up but letting tendrils loose would look amazing. Also, you can leave it loose altogether. You could also try a French braid or just anything that you like. You should always let your curls be the way they are and style them as such. Don’t try going against the curls.
Long curly hair gets easily damaged and this is why utmost care is required. You need to trim it from time to time and condition it regularly. Be gentle with your hair when you comb it.
Let it dry for about half an hour before you style it. Use styling products that are made especially for curly hair.

Ease the Curly Hair Trouble

Curly hair is more difficult to manage than straight hair. It is more fragile in comparison and is also drier. With your increasing age, your curls will get more fragile. This is actually because people with curly hair tend to use more hair products in order to maintain them well. Excessive use of hair products can even lead to damage of the hair and thus one needs to be careful. Taking advice from an expert is one very good option.

Find yourself a good hair specialist and build a long term, healthy relationship with them because trust me; you will always need an expert if you have curly hair. You can also take the expert’s advice about sporting different hair styles. He’ll know better.

 

  • Keep in mind that curly hair needs a lot of attention and care. Good hair cut is also very important.
  • Always use a gentle shampoo and a conditioner.
  • Always comb your curly hair. Avoid brushing through.
  • Leave in conditioners are the best option for curls.
  • Try going for a hair cut that allows natural drying of your hair.
Long Hair or Short?

Do you prefer short hair or long? It all depends on the amount of patience you have, really. Long hair needs a lot of care and responsibility while short hair can be taken care of easily.

Personally, I like short hair because honestly I don’t have the time or the patience to take care of long hair. Yes, long hair looks very pretty but if you don’t care for it, it’ll look horrendous and spoil your over all look too.

Short hair is

  • easier to manage
  • can be washed easily and quickly
  • has no tangles
  • doesn’t need hair products to make it through the day
  • Lets you focus more on your face.

Long hair on the other hand

  • Gives you loads of tangles to worry about all day.
  • Is harder to manage.
  • Involves a lot of spending on hair products.
  • Split ends
  • Haircuts cost a lot
  • Frizzy hair
  • Bad hair days

Just to list out a few.

If you still want long hair, make sure you are very conscious and careful and give your hair the best!

 

Take Good Care of your Hair

Good, voluminous hair defines a woman. Whether you choose to cut it short or grow it long, you should be careful about a few things. Maintaining your locks and taking good care of them is very important. If you leave them to their fate, they will spoil in no time and make you look positively ghastly. Here are a few things – that seem obvious but are ignored by many – to keep in mind.

First and foremost, buy a proper shampoo. There are many different brands and types and they make choosing difficult, agreed. So whatever your brand may be, make sure it is a good one. To be on the safe side, buy a neutral shampoo. A mild one is also a good choice.

Secondly, start using a conditioner. Conditioners are quite important because they protect hair from external influences such as sunlight and pollution.

Egg. You heard it right. Egg. Mix it with your shampoo, apply it for 5 minutes tops and wash it off. Warm water would be ideal. Your hair will be significantly stronger and shiny.

A lot depends on your diet, even the growth and strength of your hair. Eat loads of vegetables. Meat and fish are also great for the hair. Include them in your diet.

Massages are also an excellent option. You can do it yourself. While washing your hair, dedicate some time to massaging slowly. It helps your hair plus it helps you relax overall.

Lastly, always choose the right kind of brush for your hair. Never brush your wet hair. Let it dry first. Brushing wet hair will cause a lot of hair fall.

 

Weird but Quick Fixes to Look Great

Here are a few makeover tips for emergencies that you might find strange. But mind you, they are extremely helpful. Go on, try and believe!

  • If you want a quick fix for broken or weak and chipped nails, apply a teaspoon of garlic on the base coat. This will strengthen your nails. Some people have also reported that nails grow faster.
  • Do you want curls without your rollers? Place a paper bag over your head. Tear the paper of your grocery bag into long strips and roll your hair up with their help. Sleep if you like or if you want the results fast, blow dry them and use hair spray.
  • To ward off oily hair, apply plain and dry oatmeal. It absorbs oil very well and you can easily remove it off while you brush your hair.
  • If your hair is dry, use mayonnaise. No, this is not a joke. Just try it! Mayonnaise can strengthen your hair and hydrate it well.
  • Rinsing your hair in vinegar will give it shine. Leave it on for 5 minutes and then wash with cool water.
  • Ice water also gives your hair the shine. Be sure not to go extreme and catch a cold. Just dip your hair in the ice water and not your scalp.
  • Do you have nail fungus? Apply VapoRub when you go to sleep and wear gloves or socks. In 6-8 weeks, most of the symptoms will be relieved.