Silky Smooth Hair with Minimal Damage

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Learn how to protect your hair from chemicals, heat, and environmental damage. If you do apply a chemical treatment, make sure to provide your locks with the gentlest possible aftercare to keep them strong, soft, and nourished.

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Botox for Hair
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Chemical Hair Treatments
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Colored Hair Care
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Damaged Hair
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Dry Shampoos
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Dying Hair
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Fine Hair
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Flat Irons for Hair
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Frizzy Hair
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Gray Hair Coverage
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Hair Care
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Hair Dryers
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Hair Extensions and Wigs
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Hair Styling
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Keratin Treatments
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Oily Hair
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Scalp Care
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Semi-Permanent Hair Color
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Shampoo Bars
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Sulfate-Free Hair Shampoos
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Temporary Hair Dying
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Thinning Hair
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Toning Shampoos

Rainbow Ranger: Hair Coloring

Hair coloring is about more than choosing the right shade; it’s also about selecting the right products and tools to help you obtain the results you want. Choose from an array of color lock treatments to maintain your hair’s vibrant shade for longer. If the color isn’t your style, there are many color correctors that can correct or remove any unwanted coloration to create the perfect base for a new color adventure.

Hair Straightening Secrets

If you want to chemically straighten your hair, you can choose from several options.  Permanent hair straightening techniques include Japanese hair straightening and hair relaxing and require more maintenance. The most popular methods of semi-permanent hair straightening include keratin treatments, Brazilian blowouts, amino acid smoothing treatments, and gentle smoothing products that don’t use formaldehyde or any other harsh chemicals.

With chemical straighteners, you’ll enjoy a shorter styling time that requires less effort. While this means fewer bad hair days, your new look isn’t completely maintenance-free. To prolong the results, you’ll need to incorporate some changes into your hair care regimen. All your hair care and styling products must be compatible with the treatment you received.  This means no more drugstore shampoos and conditioners! Read on to learn how to prolong the effects of your straightening treatment.

Nature’s Bounty: Hair Shampoos

Some of the chemicals in your shampoo can damage your hair and scalp. Such harsh chemicals can even be hazardous to your long-term health and harmful to the environment. Fortunately, there’s a growing trend in natural, safer, and greener hair care products. Protect your body from hazardous chemicals in hair shampoos while doing your part for the environment.

Hot to Trot: Hair Styling

When it comes to heat styling, you need to carefully choose your tools and products. If you’ve been using the same appliance for a long time, you should consider investing in new tools. Newer versions of heat styling devices use more advanced technologies that protect your hair’s integrity. Heat protectants should always be a part of your heat styling regime as these are critical for the health of your hair.

Hair and Scalp Care

Frizz is the enemy of any hairstyle and can be irritating, especially in high-humidity areas. Keeping your hair healthy is a great way to control frizz but if you like to experiment with coloring and chemical treatments, your hair will eventually become porous and susceptible to frizz. Don’t despair! Many treatments and products have been designed to tame frizzy hair and repair damage caused by chemicals and repeated coloring.

When it comes to scalp problems, the dandruff-prone scalp can lead to unsightly flakes in your hair and on your shoulders, while an oily scalp results in greasy, unsightly hair. Additionally, excessive sebum can clog the pores of your scalp and interfere with healthy hair growth. If you’re experiencing scalp problems, make sure to visit a reputable dermatologist to find a solution. Some conditions can be worsened or even caused by your regular shampoo. Fortunately, gentle yet powerful natural shampoos can provide relief from scalp conditions and give your hair a healthy foundation for growth.

Disclaimer: All content on this blog is created for informational purposes only. You shouldn’t use it as a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment.