ABOUT THE BOOK
No matter who you are or what walk of life you're from, your hair plays possibly a big role in your overall look. You can hanging out in ratty sweats, but if your hair is well-taken care of, youll still look amazing. However, getting to this point can be difficult for many women; everyone's hair is different, and sadly, nobody's comes with a handbook.
Whether they've got a head full of curls or pin-straight locks, most people experience the same problems with their hair at some point in their life. Frizz is the most common, especially in inclement weather, and can make even the best hair look cringe-worthy. And for some reason, women are constantly seeking to create the exact opposite of their hair texture. Those with straight locks long for curls, and those with curly hair attempt to wrangle theirs into submission with a flat iron. Therefore, damage is also a common hair problem. Increasing volume, recovering from a hair dyeing fiasco and controlling dandruff can also afflict just about any hair type, and thinning hair and fading color can put a damper on your self-esteem.
The truth is, the solutions to all of these problems are bound to require some trial and error on your part. However, with some time and care, you will be able to bring out the best in your hair. This guide will teach you how to make the most of your naturally stunning locks.
EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK
Let's start with too-dark hair. This is common with boxed dye, especially if your hair tends to soak up color rather quickly. If the color is only slightly darker than you wanted, it will likely fade to the desired tone in a week or two.
Now, if your chocolate brown turned into a jet black, you'll have to do a little bit of work. Start with washing your hair with dish soap (yes, dish soap) two to three times over the course of a day or two, making sure to use a heavy conditioner after each washing. This needs to be done within 72 hours of the initial dye job, as this is when the color can still be washed out of your hair. If this doesn't work, head to a salon. Do not attempt to re-dye your hair a lighter color: at-home hair dyes cannot usually lift color from your hair, and you can't put a light dye over a dark one. It's akin to coloring with a brown crayon on a black piece of paper.
Hair that is too light is relatively easy to fix. Simply apply a slightly darker shade overtop...
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Modern Lifestyles: Your Biggest Hair Problem Solved!
- ISBN: 9781614647348 |
- Hardcover: 20 pages |
- Publisher: Hyperink |
- Publication date: Mar 14, 2012 |
- Language: English |
- Format: Ebook