Rejuvenate Your Hair
Spring doesn't just bring about change to the outside world. Spring is also a time of renewal and rebirth for our bodies. Winter's harsh climate can take a serious toll on our skin and hair; leaving dry, cracked hands and feet and brittle, split ends. Snipping off the dead ends is the first step in freshening up for spring. A drastic cut isn't necessary. Just take off all the dry, split ends to make your hair look and feel healthy.
Spring Into Something Fun
With spring just around the corner (48 days to be exact, but who's counting?) it's fun to look at some of the styles trending for the upcoming season. The fashion runways and catalogs are full of easily attainable looks for every hair length. The deep side part looks equally as stunning with a fresh pixie cut as it does with long layers.
The Winter and Your Hair
We often view summer as the most damaging time of year for our hair, but winter comes with its own issues. Dandruff, hat hair, static electricity, breakage and split ends plague us throughout the colder months. Here are some tips to help you handle the winter hair woes.
The Summer Sun and Your Hair
With summer now in full swing it’s time to think about the damaging effects of the sun and those pool chemicals on your tresses. Sunscreen isn’t just for your skin. Your hair color needs protection too. If you can’t cover it up with a hat, keep those harmful UV rays from fading out your color with shampoos and conditioners designed specifically for color care.
Ear Candling is an ancient practice also known as ear coning. It is an alternative medicine practice using hollow candles designed to soften ear wax and force the body's natural defenses to push the toxins out over the next couple of days following the procedure.