For Healthy and storng hair, we give some solution which will be really helpful to you.
A: ACE YOUR CUT
Finding the right style for your face shape. If your face is heart-shaped, enhance cheekbones with short or collar-length hair. If your face is round, experiment with side-swept bangs, asymmetrical cuts, or try long layers to add sharp angles to a chubby face. For square faces, keep hair long, and thrown in a few layers to soften hard angles. If your face is oval, you’re a lucky one, anything and everything suits your face.
From the simple side plait worn by Lady Mary on Downton Abbey to the complex, twists and knots favoured by of Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones, braids are our favorite styles for summer.
The practice of using conditioner to wash thick or coarse hair, to add moisture to dry, parched strands. Try it by applying conditioner from roots to ends and rinse.
D: DRY SHAMPOO
Revive second day hair and greasy roots with a dry shampoo. The trick it to shake the can well, spray at the roots from a distance and leave it alone for a few minutes to soak up oil. Brush, and go.
E: EXTEND THE BLOWOUT
Preserve your weekly blow-dry by sleeping with your hair up in a loose ponytail. Use a silk tie to secure it to avoid kinks and dents in your style.
F: FLORAL CROWN
When wearing flowers in your hair, keep the style simple. Prep damp hair with a volumising mousse and let it air dry. Remember big florals for drama, while small, delicate ones look pretty and feminine.
G: GLOSS IT OVER
Add boost and shine to dull tresses in 4 simple ways—use a deep conditioner with silicone to smooth damaged hair; run a flatiron to tame flyaways and add sheen; apply an unsticky wax to add shine to naturally coarse hair; or simply brush it! Brushing hair boosts shine by distributing your natural oils to the ends.
H: HYBRID OILS
Try the new age multi-ingredient concoctions to nourish, zap frizz, deep condition and add shine to your mane. Apply a few drops to towel-dried hair for heat protection or post blow-drying to smooth frizzy ends. Once a week leave it in for an overnight intense therapy or for 20 minutes as a pre-shampoo treatment.
I: IMITATION GAME
Scared of long-term commitment to a style you saw and loved? Mimic the look with these clever clip-ons.
J: JEWELLERY FOR YOUR HAIR
Barettes, bands, brooches—embellished hair accessories can transform everything from plain Jane ponytails to mundane dos.
K: KEEP IT SHORT
Take a cue from the celebs and trade your long locks in favour of choppy shags, polished pixies, wavy lobs.
L: LAWS OF LAYERS
Follow these five rules: 1. Get a dry cut to find the right shape for your texture. 2. use mousse from roots-to-ends for added bounce. 3. wear a deep part with wavy layers. 4. Curl front pieces away from your face to add volume. 5. smooth ends with a serum to control frizz.
Replenish and repair are the keywords for healthy, glossy hair. Swap your usual shampoo-condition-blow dry ritual with an intensely hydrating mask once a week.
N: NEXT GEN PONYTAILS
Low and messy, puffy and oversized, sleek and simple—the classic ponytail can be reinvented in many, many ways. Elevate yours to another level by focusing styling formulas on the top (not the tail)—tease the crown or use a volume-boosting product.
O: ON THE LOOSE
Soft, tousled, loose or off to one side—updos have become more of a down-do. The easiest way to create this undone, romantic style: sea salt spray. Spritz it onto wet hair and air dry while twirling medium sections around your finger. Part hair to one side and pull back into a low, loose bun, leaving some delicate wisps out to frame the face. Secure with pins.
P: PIN IT UP
Don’t dismiss a pin as a mundane hair accessory. It does more than just hold up your style, just see these celebs for inspiration.
Q: QUIRK FACTOR
Braided undercut: part Skrillex, part cornrow and total tough chick makeover with tight, well-placed braiding.
Fabric fever: from scarves twisted through braids and turned into turbans to tweed and lace woven into ponytails—pieces of cloth turned classic hairstyles on their head.
R: ROOT OF THE PROBLEM
Treat from the top and get to the root of your hair woes, the scalp that is. Try Kerastase Initialiste to hydrate, Moroccanoil Dry Scalp Treatment (with argan, geranium and lavender oils) to nourish damaged hair, and Philip Kingsley Stimulating Scalp Mask (packed with anti-inflammatory ingredients) to calm and balance scalp irritation.
S: SKIP THE SHAMPOO OR NO POO (NO SHAMPOO)
The practice of giving up traditional suds and lather in favour of cleansing alternatives such as baking soda and apple cider vinegar.
T: TIE ONE ON
Skip the scrunchie and add some glamour with leather strings, satin ribbons, black velvet, and even pieces of chiffon.
UV: UV PROTECTION
No, your hair can’t get sunburned (though your scalp can—SPF it!). But UV rays can fade your colour and make hair drier. Solution: Try System Professional Sun UV Spray or Ouidad Sun Shield Sun & Sport Leave-in Spray, or you know, throw on a hat!
W: WAVES LIKE GISELE
The supermodel’s three-step recipe to perfect her famous waves: 1. BLOW OUT HAIR FIRST, then wrap sections around an iron, focusing the curl at the ends, below ear height. 2. MIST HAIR WITH A LIGHT STYLING SPRAY. 3. NOW LOOSEN THE STRANDS with your fingers and give your head a good shake. This helps soften the curls and gives you a lighter, less “done” look.”
X: XTRA VOLUME HACK… MOUSSE
For shoulder-length hair, use a blob the size of a lemon. For long hair, use a baseball-size mound. Or play it safe and try two smaller lemons applied one after the other.
TIP: Shake the can of mousse—a lot, so it doesn’t come out milky and heavy, but light and fluffy.
Y: YOUR HAIR SMELLS SO GOOD!
The latest way to your signature scent: in your hair! Try Chanel No. 5 Hair Mist, Balmain Silk Perfume, Tom Ford Black Orchid Luminous Hair Mist.
Z: ZINC:Moderate to severe zinc deficiency has been associated with hair loss. so loading up on foods like quinoa, buckwheat, and black beans to get your fill.
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