“• Ten-minute colors! These are a relatively new development in hair coloring products. These are permanent colors that are capable of definite color changes and complete grey coverage. They are available at your local drugstore.
• Working with your natural texture always cuts down on beauty time. Hair that can be placed and controlled with product and then fluffed when dry can save endless hours of blow drying and flat ironing. This will also avoid excessive heat damage. If however, your hair texture is unflattering and extremely difficult to blow dry, a good hair tip is to try a Keratin treatment. This is a gentle treatment that will maintain your hair’s body but give it a much more manageable texture.
• Choose the appropriate product for your hair texture. Women whose hair looks like plastic, dry, dull, oily, or frozen in place, are usually over-using their hair products or they chose the wrong one for their hair’s texture. For finer hair, use spray-on voluminizers, root lifts or mousses. For thicker hair, use gels, creams or straightening pomades.
• When you sleep through the alarm, simply tie your hair back in a low chignon. This always looks chic and takes just moments. If your hair style is too short to wear back, plain headbands will give style to even the shortest hair.
Life is short. It is important to look our best every day. Taking the time to look good is a reminder to live life in every moment. The reward is our present. “ – Louis Licari, Beauty expert, contributing editor, Today Show. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/louis-licari/the-importance-of-looking_b_544262.html
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