No, thankfully. It is made of natural ingredients though, and no gorillas were harmed in its making.
keratin is a protein,necessary for hair, it cannot be absorbed by the body from shampoos. All these shampoos are fake ones. never believe these things. Eat protein rich diet.
Eat protein in grams equal to your weight for strengthy and long hair.
back brush the top layer of your hair and spray it till it's really BIG ;)
GIRLS: It's ALL about volume. having some of the bangs covering one of your eyes helps too.
BOYS: Having medium long hair helps a LOT. The bangs should go in a diagonal line across your face, covering one eye. The hair on the sides should be brushed in towards your face. If you have long hair at the back, use some gel/hairwax and brush it to the side. Spikes in the back looks really emo too, goes well with dyed black hair with the yellow "banana stripe".
Dying hair can be different for everyone, depending on how strong your hair is, for example: if you've dyed/bleached your hair before it will be a lot weaker compared to someone who hasn't.
Using any type of dye or bleach will always damage your hair a bit. Semi-permanent/ demi-permant hair dyes are a lot less damaging but have the down-side that they don't last as long.
If you are going to dramatically change your hair colour by using bleach it will be a lot less damaging if you do it in stages.
If you are worried about your hair getting too damaged then there are plenty of ways to restore its health:
- Don't wash your hair every day, leave it for a few days after you dye it so the natural oils repair the dry and damaged hair
- Use heat protection when using heat
- Deep condition your hair (I reccomend using Aussie 3 minute miracle)
If you're still worried about dying your hair you can use a rinse or stain as these don't contain any harsh chemicals that will damage your hair, the only downside to these is that they last a few days ( rinse). In the UK you can buy rinses from stores like superdrug, you can buy stains online or in some stores, the main type of stain is probably manic panic.
I hoped this helped :)
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It stops the action of the waving solution and rebuilds the hair into it's new form
There are many products that claim to make hair stronger, but I honestly would not recommend Garnier Fructis because it actually causes a waxy buildup to the hair, which makes it unhealthy, causing less growth and more breakage. I know myself because i used to use this shampoo. Pantene is a good product though, so far I have used it on my hair, and I have had no problems with it yet.Making Your Hair Stronger
Yes, some products to strengthen hair can work. Hair is protein. Hair products have the same goal; to clean hair. That's all. It's just that some clean better than others. Hair products which claim to make stronger, can be true, as they just affect the hair roots (e.g. Head and Shoulders can help with the dandruff). They help with the shininess, and they can sometimes help with stronger hair (as they coat the hair to prevent split ends and breakages).
The more acidic the shampoo is, the shinier the hair, as the hair cuticles smooth out, instead of "fluffing out"
This is true that some of the hair products, claiming for less hair fall or providing strength to hair, actually do not give any such result. Before going for any solution or product for the treatment of our hair problems we should check it's ingredients and make it sure that those products are good enough according to your hairs and to give you best possible results. All the human beings can not have same kind of hairs, they differs according to climate, living style and area. So it is not necessary that all the products are made for everyone.
Nizoral is a anti-dandruff shampoo, which works on Dry, flaky, red, itchy scalp. This shampoo cleans our head deeply and removes dandruff. This shampoo can be used by anybody because it's ingedients are suitable for every kind of atmosphere and climate.
Some products to claim to make your hair shinier, stronger, smoother, etc, but they don't, I don't recommend Pantene, it made my scalp itch and dry. I suggest using Dove, Herbal Essences,Burt Bee's, Or Loreal Paris. I tried them all and they made my hair stronger and silkier the very first use.
they covered my gray hair just the roots and now my hightlights are green?
Yes, I do it all the time I have naturally dark brown hair and i use L' Oreal Feria power reds R76 Spicy red. It turns my hair very bright red, like I'm talking fire engine red I love it. The only thing that kind of sucks is it fades quickly, but that is true of all red hair dye
A shop called Cube at Botany Town Shoping Centre in east auckland. $20 each when its not on special. all colours
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Well, first of all there is not space between "Psycho" and "Billy." They are both one word.
Well depending on your sex there are many different ones. I am female and I have medium length hair, with u-shaped Bettie Bangs. You can do the V or u-shaped bangs. Make sure your hair is layered and razored too, it will look odd. You could also just pin curl your hair if you do not wish to cut your bangs. You can do kitten ears, victory curls, pin curls, riveter, psychobilly beehive, the mary ann do, quiff, woman pomp, chelsea hawk, etc.
For a man you could simply grease your hair into a pomp. Or a quiff if you'd like. There is also another mans cut called the psychobilly wedge. It's quite similar to the mohawk. You get it along the way. There are many more you can simply look up.
I'm not sure who you were hoping to answer this question, but as a teenage girl I have found that SIMPLE is a really good thing. Too long hairstyles take too much time and effort to make it look "perfect". I haven't had it really short, but I would imagine there are drawbacks to that, too.
I think that for most girls medium length is the best. It's long enough to put braids and ponytails in, or more elegant styles. With a few layers that can be brushed out to frame your face it can look great up or down.
I think the main thing is to try and keep your hair healthy and trim the split ends when it starts looking sparse or dry. Besides that, I think the ball is in your court.
There are also some websites than can help you decide depending on the shape of your face.
Well, the best hairstle for a teenage girl would have to be whatever they would feel comfortable wearing for a period of time. Hairstyles vary from person to person. Lets say some girls can not devote much time for hair in the morning, so they should go with a simple haircut, that does not need much taming. If a teenage girl did have enough time, when getting ready, she could possibly get a hairstyle that would take little time. Overall, a teenage girl should pick a reasonable hairstyle, for she will be the one wearing it.
yes. when you dye your hair a darker shade than what it is you dont have a problem. its when you dye your hair a lighter shade that you need to bleach it
Short answer: there may be liability, but it is essentially meaningless, since there would be no measurable damages in most instances. Your question is not clear as to whether an adult or another child gave the "haircut", and I am assuming that that by "haircut" you mean the child's hair was cut in a way that did not turn out to be especially flattering. If the child is a very young infant, and this was the "first haircut", the parent might be terribly upset, and there may be technical legal liability(any unconsented to touching can be considered an "assault", however, we know that caretakers of infants have to handle them to change diapers, etc., but a haircut would not be incidental to the caretaker's duties). Having said this, even if there is legal liability as to an infant's "first haircut" or any other child in a day care setting, there are no real damages. What could a jury award for the cutting of some hair that will readily grow back in days and weeks? Such a case would have no value, unless the child was a model or movie star who lost an income opportunity due to the "haircut." If another child at the day care administered the "haircut", it would be a supervision issue by the day care operator, but ultimately, you reach the same question: what is the value in dollars and cents of such an incident? I cannot imaging any self-respecting lawyer taking such a case.
Hairstylists usually earn $25,000 their first year. After that there isn't a limit to how much you can make. It's the only industry that you decide how much you make and when you work.
A hairstylist can make up to $50,000 or maybe even more depending on how many hours one works, what kind of salon, if you stack clients, etc. I work at a moderate pace, 35 hours a week, and after taxes, supplies, chair rent, training, etc, I bring home about $22k a year. Not getting rich, but I don't like to be on my feet 12 hours a day either.
forty percent change their hairstyles either one of two things they want to fit in or they want it changed because they like another persons hairstyle
Some people just want a change, having the same hair style for a long time can be boring to some people. Changing your hair is not always about wanting to fit in, some people want a style that is easier to manage or to look more sophisticated.
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Her hair is short and layered it is a great haircut that looks way better than a bobI
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Mullet is the proper name for them. Also called "hockey hair" because the mullet was quite popular amongst hockey players.
they make it curly!
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*because they r stuck in the past! *Because it's a free country and they can have their hair any way they want.
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