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Corporate Creation and recovery

Published on Monday, November 9, 2020 by Maureen Smith ()
Corporate Creation and recovery Monday, November 9, 2020

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Hi, I'm recently starting my business and I really wanted a logo that represented me and my style. I created this logo on a logo maker I find online and I'm really happy with the results, however, I was wondering if not having a reference to the job itself (icon) would be a problem. Can you advise me please? Thank you

Colour

Published on Monday, October 5, 2020 by Jess ()
Colour Monday, October 5, 2020

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How do people know when to mix colours? I hear people all the time saying mix half of this with half of that. How do I know where to start with mixing two different colours??

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Bleached hair

Published on Friday, October 2, 2020 by Susan Moore ()
Bleached hair Friday, October 2, 2020

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When you bleach your hair, the melanin in the hair shaft is broken down or to put it scientifically, the bleach oxidizes the melanin, causing the melanin to lose its colour and makes the hair appear its natural colour,a pale yellow. Bleaching your hair frequently will result in more and more damage. Don’t bleach your hair more than once every 2 months or so. Improper bleaching can result in hair breakage and hair loss. For bleached hair you should be using sulfate-free shampoo.

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Hair products

Published on Friday, September 25, 2020 by Susan Moore ()
Hair products Friday, September 25, 2020

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Below are the different Hair Styling Products:

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Hair loss Monday, September 21, 2020

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Why to use Vegan, Cruelty-free products Made from natural components, vegan products have minimal effects on your skin. Invest in cruelty-free products as they are not tested on animals and are safe from harmful chemicals. Vitamins B and Vitamin E regenerate the skin cells making your skin appear more soft and radiant and also enhances the natural radiance of the dull skin. Safe from harmful chemicals, vegan products are safe for skin and hair. Choosing only vegan products will save you from harmful chemicals and cruel cosmetics and lowers the chances of skin problems such as rashes, allergies, eczemas, acne, skin inflammation and other skin diseases. Using shampoos with chemicals will eliminate excess oil on the scalp, the shampoo is gentle enough to use on a regular basis and will cleanse oil effectively so it is great for those with greasy scalps and dry ends. Leaves hair soft, silky and full of gorgeous shine (Safe to use on colored and chemically-treated hair) So whatever your budget and however oily or greasy your scalp is, there's a shampoo out there to make your hair happy. Trust me. So, after i switching to Pai-Shau (Tea Infused haircare) I felt good improvement for my hair type, All Pai-Shau products are cruelty-free, vegan, color-safe, Keratin safe, gluten-free, paraben-free, sulfate-free, phosphate-free, and have no added sodium chloride. (doesn't sound great). well You can try using one which will help with any hair type.

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Hair loss Sunday, September 20, 2020

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Men often make the mistake of confusing between barbers and salons. The former is only equipped to handle basic haircuts while a salon has the experience and the training to give you latest hairstyles that complement your personality. Women benefit from salons because the hairdressers can work closely with them to give them the hairstyle that will bring out their personality. However, this is only possible if your salon has the required experience to handle all kinds of hair as well as hairstyles. When you have a few names to work with, you should start looking them up online. Check out their website, read online reviews, ask your friends to give you an opinion about this new salon. These are some simple tips that will help you assess the quality of work they do before you let them snip your hair. Get an idea of prices before you commit to a salon. You don’t want to start something you can’t keep up! Good hairdressers and stylists come at a cost but they should fall well within your budget. So make sure you check about their prices before becoming a patron. When you use these tips, you will be able to easily find a good salon, the one that will stay with you for years to come. Family hair and beauty salon is the well-known name in this industry.

Dry brittle hair

Published on Monday, September 7, 2020 by Rita Crowe ()
Dry brittle hair Monday, September 7, 2020

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I love to share my knowledge and thoughts which may help you. While hair products that contain sulfates aren't going to do you any favors if you have dry, damaged hair. people with a healthy head of curls have good reason to avoid them. Hair tends to be on the drier side so it takes longer for natural oils to reach the ends. Using sulfate shampoos will have the results of taking too much oil out of hair, The sulfates in shampoos can dry hair, making the cuticle layer stand up, causing hair to become more frizzy, dry looking, and damaged looking on the ends" Use products Sulphate-free so your hair curls will be softer, bouncier, shinier, and more manageable. Pai-Shau product which is a 5 different Tea-Infused hair care product, and especially it is a Chemical-free product with no Sulphates or probes. Since it is a Cruelty-free product can use it on all hair types http://bit.ly/Pai-Shau People with dry or frizzy hair should consider sulfate-free shampoo. Parabens have been linked to the irritation of skin conditions such as dermatitis and rosacea. It also causes allergic reactions in some small children. Sulfate-free cleansers maintain the natural oils on the scalp and hair, which ultimately leaves your hair with more moisture. Frequent chemical treatments and chemical-based hair care products can disrupt the natural pH of the hair and make your strands feeling rough, brittle, and overly porous. Moisture-deprived hair is prone to tangling, frizz, and breakage. Shampoos that are sulfate and paraben-free actually keep the hair moisturized. Moisturized hair is less prone to breakage and split ends. Sulfate may have the ability to get rid of oil and dirt but recent studies have found that it is toxic and carcinogenic. Sulfate has been found to be one of the key culprits of hair loss and thinning hair. For Chemical-free Hair Product Review go to link for More Information:

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Short Hair

Published on Thursday, April 16, 2020 by Jerome H ()
Short Hair Thursday, April 16, 2020

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I'm wondering if anyone could direct me to some easy to understand and simple tutorial on how to cut long hair to shoulder length with a taper. So that it's not an abrupt cut/chop. I know their are many videos out there but I'm looking for something very direct and that an amateur could work with.

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Hair products

Published on Wednesday, April 1, 2020 by Cierra Dekker ()
Hair products Wednesday, April 1, 2020

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Hi guys, I just need your advice about my hair. My colourist is no longer available due to coronavirus circumstances. My natural hair colour is dark brown and I decided I wanted to make it pale white blonde. I have bleached it twice in the past 24 hours with nordic blonde, ultimate lighter from the company Schwarzkopf and it has come back as an orange copper colour rather than a nice white blonde. Below I have added a couple of photos of what my hair looked like after. How long should I leave it until I should add another lighter and will purple shampoo help with making the colour a lighter blonde?

Hair loss

Published on Thursday, March 12, 2020 by Tina Bednard ()
Hair loss Thursday, March 12, 2020

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Does anyone know what the real story is regarding scruples products such as high DEF colored and blazing. Seems to be a lot of miss information. There is a production problem. There is a shipping problem. I called the corporate offices and got a hokey standard read from the paper response from the customer service rep . Anybody out there have any information? The product is made in the USA but I'm wondering if the raw ingredients are not coming from China?

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Highlights and lowlights

Published on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 by Sam Packard ()
Highlights and lowlights Wednesday, August 14, 2019

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I want to get color in my hair. Either blonde or like an auburn red. I need help deciding which one i need a color that will accentuate my face shape and not make me look stupid. My natural hair color is below. It's a dark brown with red when it hits the sun. I don't know if I should do ombre, low-light, or highlights. I need lots of help.😂 I need all the tips you guys could give me. Maybe I'll even do a crazy color but I'm more on the natural side.

Colour

Published on Saturday, May 4, 2019 by Jessica Anderson ()
Colour Saturday, May 4, 2019

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I have dark brown hair and it shows next to no red highlights naturally. Whenever I have gone to have my hair dyed, whether it be full head colour or partial with highlights, I ask for brown within red and the last time I asked for mushroom brownshowing images hoping this would help. Every time I cone out with brown hair with major red through it and it is driving me crazy. I never had these issues until we moved to the US and it seems like all colorists are trained the same way because I seem to get the same look despite changing salons and changing the way I ask to be clearer. Not once has anyone said no we cant achieve the look you want...am I aiming for the impossible or is this just an issue that not many clloyrists know how to achieve brown without red?

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