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Hard Water and Hair Loss: The Facts

01st November 2012
Question: Do Minerals In Hard Water Cause Hair Loss? Let's get to the root of the debate on whether hard water causes hair loss. Two hair loss experts weigh in with an emphatic "No!" "Women know what their hair feels like, or should feel like, and a... Read >
Author: Naomi Mannino

Hair Texturizer FAQs: How to Use This Product to Straighten Hair

14th June 2011
What’s the difference between a hair texturizer and relaxer? A hair texturizer is essentially a relaxer left in for a shorter period of time. Hair texturizers loosen kinks, but do not straighten hair completely. Your hair should look longer and wavie... Read >
Author: Supriyo

Positive Profollica results guaranteed

23rd February 2011
Profollica results show that it is a lot effective than every other contenders. Profollica critiques reveal the profollica results and it has encouraged quantity of possible clients to get a try.The ingredient Trichogen present in it reverses the shrunken... Read >
Author: Damon Mathews

A Silica Supplement Helps Achieve Stronger Fingernails

11th March 2010
Are you on the look out for something to help you achieve stronger fingernails? Many women and men today take a keen interest in their health and their fingernail health. Today more and more people are becoming aware fingernails reflect body health. Ta... Read >
Author: ameljor

Using Alternatives to Chemical Relaxers

10th March 2009
Considering using alternatives to chemical relaxers? Kinky, curly and frizzy hair can be difficult to manage. Often chemical relaxers contain lye, which is sodium hydroxide. By using these harsh chemical relaxers you can damage your hair, burn your scalp ... Read >
Author: Satya Narayan

Breakage from Hair Straightening

25th February 2009
Hair breakage is a common problem with products using ammonium thioglycolate, such as the hair perm, hair relaxer, styling gel and tool products. Relaxers are not supposed to be applied directly to the scalp. Many safety warnings even say this, but it ... Read >
Author: judysheen

Perfect Hair Braids

13th June 2008
There are several different types of hair styles that incorporate braids. A hairline braid requires hair that is all one length and dry. With hairline braids only braid the hairline hair. Women with long hair can play with dozens of braid styles for a sim... Read >
Author: Sander Bel

The Best Hair Care Methods to Grow Black Hair

18th July 2007
A great black hair care regimen will include the following: a high quality shampoo, preferably an all natural one, a high quality conditioner, natural hair oils for a healthy scalp, and an all natural daily moisturizing lotion, cream, or serum. For added ... Read >
Author: seanie78

Tips on How to Grow Long African American or Ethnic Hair: The Do's and Dont's

18th July 2007
We have all heard and seen the horror stories, African American hair that is splitting from the roots to the ends, looks dry and brittle, and is hard to comb. We have also seen African American hair that looks matted or even thin and greasy. Nevertheless,... Read >
Author: seanie78

10 Best Vitamins to Grow Long African American and Black Hair Fast

18th July 2007
For most African Americans, having long hair is an ultimate desire. Yet, some people give up on growing their natural hair and simply result to wearing wigs and weaves. Others, trying to manage their hair from home, resort to blow drying, curling, straigh... Read >
Author: Olabodepoet

Japanese Hair Straightening – Is It Right for You?

22nd October 2005
Japanese Hair Straightening, also known as Thermal Reconditioning, is one very popular hair straightening technique you just might want to think twice about before having done. Originating in Japan in the late 90's the chemical products used in the pro... Read >
Author: Mike Taylor
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