How To Trim Your Hair

Trimming your own bangs will keep your cut looking fresh.

Here’s how to do it at home:

First, grab a pair of mustache scissors. Style bangs as usual and clip back the rest of your hair. Start at the center of your bangs and work your way to outside.
With your fingers hold gently a small section of dry hair – only about 10 to 12 hairs at a time – straight down against your forehead. Don’t pull too tight or you’ll stretch the hair and end up cutting a lot more.
Trim and cut below your fingers to keep from cutting it shorter than you’d like.
When you are done trimming each section, comb it back into the rest of your bangs to check length (and that they are even) before moving on.
When you reach the end, return to the center and trim in the opposite direction until you are done.

Straighten Your Hair:

Some tips to straighten your curly hair

*         Wash gently and use conditioner for hair.
*        Blot dry. Hair should be almost dry when you begin.
*       Gather hair into several sections and secure or clip hair on top of your head. You will be drying the bottom layers first.
*        Follow the brush (with dryer) down the sections of hair as you straighten each section and be sure to keep the dryer moving.
*         Work your way up the layers until all sections are dried and straightened.
*      To curl the ends for a polished look, take your brush and pull the ends under. Finish your styling with a blast of cool air if your hairdryer has this capability.


*        Be sure to condition your hair often. Sun, cold temperatures plus the use of your hair dryer can damage your hair.
*        Use products formulated for your hair type and for good results.
*         Give your hair a break and allow it to dry naturally as often as possible.
*       Have split ends snipped every six weeks to two months to ensure that they don’t travel up the hair shaft.

How To Brush Long Hair Properly

Bend some forward, and allow your hair to fall over your forehead. With wooden base natural hair brush, bring hair from the nape of the neck over the head and down to the ends. Then, stand straight again with hair falling normally and brush from the underside of the hairline down the strands to the ends.

Now, brush the top layers into place with long, even strokes. After each stroke, smooth hair with hands to reduce static.

Increase the number of strokes weekly, increasing by one a week until you find a comfortable routine. If oiliness develops, reduce strokes.

Brush only when hair is dry. Hair is weakest when it is wet and brushing can easily damage. Even when hair is dry, always comb before brushing.  Having healthy hair is very much a requirement if you have to do any latest hairstyles.

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