Proper Selection of Products for Hair Prone to Breakage

Hair breakage issues can often be managed by adjusting your hair care regimen. The right combination and rotation of protein and moisture-based hair products can help maintain optimal moisture and protein balance in hair fibers, making them healthier, and more resilient to breakage. There are two important things regarding hair washing that can help reduce … Read more…

Best Practices for Preventing Hair Breakage

Hair breakage occurs when the hair fiber breaks along the shaft due to weak points in the structure of the hair. Hair strands lose resistance to stretching and get weaker after physical or chemical damage to the hair shaft. Damaged hair has an increased tendency to break because it doesn’t have the flexibility to withstand … Read more…

How to Combat Effects of Hard Water on Your Hair

Contents: The Effects of Hard Water on Hair How to Prevent Build-up from Developing Shampoo for Hard Water Why Malibu C Hard Water Wellness Shampoo? Hard Water Weekly Demineralizer Home Remedies to Reduce Damaging Effects of Water Hardness Water hardness refers to the percentage of mineral salts that water contains. Hard water has a high … Read more…

6 Easy Ways to Cover Your Gray Roots

Hair Root Touch Up Your roots will start showing 1 to 3 weeks after a coloring service, and they are especially obvious with darker hair colors. Hair grows approximately 1.27 cm a month, causing a visible line between the new growth at the roots and the rest of your hair. How noticeable the line of … Read more…

How to Properly Untangle Your Hair

Tangled hair can be frustrating, especially if you have naturally wavy or curly hair. Long, dry, and fine hair types also can get tangled easily. Damaged hair creates friction and you are more likely to get tangles if you dye your hair or use other harsh chemicals. Untangling matted hair can be a painful and … Read more…

How to Deal with Static in Your Hair

Static Electricity in Hair Fly-away hair happens when the strands of your hair are rubbed against some materials that tend to hold static electricity on their surface. Human hair tends to pick up static electricity and become positively charged when rubbed against the surface of an object. Since materials with the same charge repel each … Read more…