Any of our super light blondes want to try a few pastel streaks in their hair? We have a new product demo tomorrow at 2.:. Let's have a little fun! Plus- it's free, and we will give you a blow dry for being brave! First to reply to this gets the gold! (And pastel pink, lavender and maybe a little mint green....) ... See MoreSee Less
Love my new #vinylux polish .. what do you think of this simple silver lining technique? ... See MoreSee Less
Because #balayage is what we do.... #blonde #instahair #hothair #curls #balayagespecialist #jozi #fourways #johannesburg #helloTamsyn ... See MoreSee Less
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Get back in the game with these #greasyhairhacks
So..You wash your hair often to keep tresses looking fresh and clean, but overwashing ends up producing more oil...sick joke we say! Here’s the thing: Once you strip your hair of its natural oils, the scalp goes into oil production overload, undoing everything you’re trying to combat...grrr.. Here are some hacks to help you take the grease monster to its grave..
1.Choose a shampoo that’s clear versus a milky consistency shampoo; clear shampoos tend to be lighter and won’t weigh your hair down as much..We have an amazing shampoo by Inoar called gengibre that is increds for regulating oil
2.Fight the urge and skip your daily hair wash on day two. Instead, spray some Dry Shampoo onto your roots to keep hair looking clean (even if it isn’t!) We stock one from Goldwell that won't dry your hair out in the process)If your roots get extra greasy, however, trick is to apply dry shampoo immediately after you've washed and blowdried your hair, as the hours go on and your scalp starts to produce oil, the dry shampoo will start working immediately to combat that oil, and you can reapply as much as needed throughout the next days to keep the oil at bay and your blowout as fresh as possible.
3.Try to do an apple cider rinse in warm (not hot!) water—hot water is too drying, which can stimulate oil production. While in the shower, pour a bit of apple cider vinegar into your hair, work it through your roots, and rinse it out. Raw, organic apple cider vinegar,is acidic enough that it helps restore the pH balance of your hair, ridding the scalp of buildup, yet is gentle enough that it doesn't strip your strands of essential nutrients and it's also gentle enough to use on color-treated hair.
4.keep pushing! break the bad habit of washing everyday..try remember these tips and let us know how they work for you!
Have an awesome week #hellohairhacks #greasyhairhacks #dryshampoo #gengibre #goldwell #hair ... See MoreSee Less