Healthy Hair Tips

There's a lot you can do to get salon hair at home, even though you can't stand behind your own head for the blowout. "As a professional I am going to get a better blow dry from another professional," admits Lindsay DesPlaines, a leading Aveda stylist and trainer with the Milwaukee-based Neroli Salon & Spa. However, as someone under daily pressure to tame her own long mane.

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Basic Hair Cutting Techniques

A great haircut is the cornerstone of style, and it does take some finesse. You can opt to visit the pros or you can hone your own haircutting skills. No matter how long or short your locks, there are tricks to cutting hair to be sure you have the perfect style every time. Several basic techniques apply no matter what type of style you are trying to achieve. Wet hair is generally easier to cut because fly-away

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Hyper Pigmentation

The sooner you treat hyper pigmentation, the faster it will fade, so begin using skin-brightening products as soon as a wound has healed. Start at the drugstore. "Ingredients like vitamin C, licorice root, and kojic acid help reduce hyper pigmentation by inhibiting tyrosinase, an enzyme responsible for the formation of skin-darkening melanin," explains cosmetic chemist Ni'Kita Wilson. Other ingredients to look.

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Cut Hair Layers

While at-home haircuts are rarely recommended, this doesn't stop people from wondering how to score a stunning layered cut.

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Haircutting Scissors

Haircutting scissors are the basic, essential tools that every stylist must have, but they're also worth keeping in your medicine cabinet even.

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Hair Cuts

There are many types of hair cuts as well as variations of specific types of hair styles. Hair cuts are constantly evolving as trends emerge and are eventually replaced.

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