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Hair Straightening Treatments

Woman with keratin treated hair

If you want to straighten your hair, there are a wide variety of treatments available. For example, permanent hair straightening techniques include Japanese hair straightening and hair relaxing, while the most popular methods of semi-permanent straightening include keratin treatments, Brazilian blowouts, amino-acid smoothing treatments, and other gentle smoothing treatments that don’t involve formaldehyde or any other harsh chemicals.   If you’d like to know more about the many options out there, keep reading …

Aftercare Tips for Chemically Straightened Hair

Beautiful Woman with chemically straightened hair

With chemical straighteners, you will enjoy a shorter styling time and fewer bad hair days. However, your new look is not completely maintenance-free. To prolong the results, you need to incorporate some changes into your hair care regimen. So, no more drugstore shampoos and conditioners! All your haircare and styling products must be compatible with the treatment you’ve received. Continue reading to learn how to prolong the effects of your straightening treatment.

Botox Hair Treatment

Woman with Hair Botox treated hair

In contrast to chemical-based straightening methods, hair Botox is focused on nurturing your hair to achieve a healthy, youthful, and frizz-free look. With this treatment, your hair is not completely straightened but curls become softer and looser. You can then curl your hair if you want tighter curls. Hair Botox treatments can also be tailored to achieve a straighter or wavier look depending on your preference. Most importantly, hair Botox treatments don’t use harsh chemicals and are completely safe for any type of hair. Read on to discover more…

Hair Coloring

Girl with dyed pink hair

Hair coloring is not just about choosing the right shade, it’s also about choosing the right tools and products. There is a wide range of hair coloring products available that will help you achieve the results you want, as well as an array of color lock treatments and products that will help keep your hair color vibrant. Moreover, there are also different types of color correctors that can correct any unwanted coloration or even completely remove an undesired color to create the perfect base for a new color adventure. To master hair coloring, read more…

Sulfate-Free Hair Shampoos

Woman after washing the hair with a sulfate-free shampoo

Some of the chemicals in your shampoo can damage your hair and scalp. Harsh chemicals can even be hazardous to your health in the long term and harmful to our natural environment. Fortunately, there is a growing trend in natural, safer, and greener personal care products. Protect your body from hazardous chemicals in hair shampoos and do your part for the environment, too. Uncover the power of natural-based hair shampoos here…

Frizzy Hair Treatments

Beautiful woman with frizz-free hair

Frizz is the enemy of a good hairstyle and can be a big problem, especially if you live in a humid area. Keeping your hair healthy is a great way to control frizz. However, if you’re a fan of changing things up and have had several coloring and chemical treatments, your hair will eventually become porous and susceptible to frizz. Don’t despair! Many treatments and products have been designed specifically to tame frizzy hair and fix the damage done by chemicals and repeated coloring. Continue reading to learn how to ban frizz…

Strong, Healthy, and Soft Hair

Woman with healthy-looking blonde hair

The secret to stronger, healthier, and softer hair is to use natural products and fewer chemicals. Avoiding heat styling can also help. Innovative beauty companies are always looking for ways to stop or even reverse hair damage. Revolutionary bond-multiplier Olaplex offers protection from chemical damage and there are also a growing number of Olaplex alternatives on the market. Also, many hair care products now include hydrolyzed proteins, to temporarily fix the damage and improve the look and feel of damaged hair. Uncover more…

Scalp Care

Beautiful woman applying a scalp treatment

A dandruff-prone scalp can lead to unsightly flakes in your hair and on your shoulders, while an oily scalp will result in oily, unsightly hair. Additionally, excessive sebum can clog the pores of your scalp and interfere with healthy hair growth. If you’re experiencing any scalp problems, make sure to visit a reputable dermatologist. Some scalp 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. Learn more about how to keep your scalp healthy…

Heat Styling

Woman uses hair straightener to style the hair

When it comes to heat styling, you need to choose your tools and products carefully. If you’ve been using the same styling appliance for a long time, it’s probably time to consider investing in new tools. Newer versions of heat styling devices use more advanced technologies that put the integrity of your hair first. Also, don’t forget to use heat protectants as part of your heat styling regime as these are a must to protect the health of your hair. Read on to find out which heat styling tools and products are best for your hair.