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A Simplistic Overview of How To Start Braidlocs

19th September 2011
Have you ever pondered if it's possible or even whether or not it's a good idea to create locs with braids, i.e. braidlocs? Well, the answer is YES. So now you may be wondering HOW to do it...how do you start braidlocs. This article is going to advise... Read >
Author: CherieKing

Updos for Medium Length Hairstyles

19th April 2011
Wearing your medium length hair in an updo is a fun way to change your look. Updos are great for special occasions, weddings and parties. They lend an elegance and panache to any outfit, and will make you feel special. Medium length hair is long enough to... Read >
Author: UpdoChick

How to Wear a Beanie

28th March 2011
First off depending where in the world you are, a beanie might not be the correct term. In Canada beanies are referred to as toques. Granted, a beanie would be considered more of a sub-category of toques more of a fashionable toque. For this article we wi... Read >
Author: Sammy A

Hair Accessories to Enhance Human Hair Wigs

14th February 2011
Because human hair wigs are more expensive than synthetic wigs, these wigs are usually worn only to special occasions. Compared to synthetic wigs, human hair wigs are also more flexible and are easier to style. Human hair wigs can be styled in a variety o... Read >
Author: EarlFlournoy

Emotional Intelligence: An Example During a Stressful Situation

03rd November 2010
This past weekend, I observed emotional intelligence in action at my three-year old granddaughter's dance recital. A dance teacher demonstrated extremely high skills, managing her emotions during a difficult situation. For over thirty years we've known... Read >
Author: Byron Stock

The Top 5 Beach Friendly Hairstyles

19th July 2010
Taking a trip to the beach requires some serious preparation. You have to pick your fave bathing suit and cover-up and make sure they match. Next is packing your beach bag, which means not forgetting the all-important sunscreen. And of course you ... Read >
Author: Allison E.

Know about Pirate Clothes

30th June 2009
Pirates in Medieval era were sea thieves that usually sailed from the Middle East. They used to wear the clothes made from wool, leather and canvass in loose fitting. These clothes were not only worn by pirates, but also by sea going adventurers, sailors ... Read >
Author: Article Publisher

Prevent and Avoid Losing Hair

26th June 2009
Millions of men and women suffer from hair loss. Although baldness is common to men, women also suffer from this disease. There are many factors affecting the occurrence of hair loss. It usually starts at early 20s and become noticeable at around the age ... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

Maintainance for Coarse african hair

17th January 2009
This new year I did what most african women swear they can not do, when I opted for a hair cut. I really had wanted to do this for the longest time because hair as coarse as one doubtlessly owned by the black race can be tendious to care for. But I... Read >
Author: Poly Muthumbi

Tips on Hair Extensions

13th June 2008
Hair extensions can be attached in several ways. The hair can be braided across the head and then extensions are sewn onto the braids. Extensions can be glued or clamped to sections of hair. Clip on extensions can be applied by the client, removed and reu... Read >
Author: Sander Bel

The History of Wigs and Hairpieces

14th November 2007
Over the course of history, the wig, a man made head covering of real or artificial hair, has come and gone from fashion time and time again. Both men and women have worn wigs since the earliest recorded times. The ancient Egyptians shaved their heads and... Read >
Author: Donald Waldenson

Postpartum Alopecia (Postnatal Alopecia)

08th May 2007
Childbirth can be a stressful time and for some women it can result in a temporary hair loss condition called postpartum alopecia (also known as postnatal alopecia). The condition usually starts around two to three months after childbirth, gradually worse... Read >
Author: John Tulley
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