• Effects Of Periodic Cycle On Your Hair Colour?

    You’ll experience a thinning hair and oily scalp if you have low levels of estrogen and high levels of testosterone in your body. The levels of estrogen decrease and the levels of progesterone and testosterone increase about a week before your period. Believe it or not, it’s also an ideal time to dye your hair. During your early period days if you notice your scalp is particularly sensitive, reschedule any appointments that may cause you discomfort, such as hair extensions, big dye jobs, or chemical straightening.

  • How Often Should You Colour Your Hair or Have Highlights?

    4-6 weeks is standard time in between colour appointments. Re-dye often but not too often. Be wise with the colours you use as a brand , don’t forget it’s a long term investment. Your hair shaft is delicate, and should only be dyed once a month or so.

  • Why Does Your Roots Get Greasy After A While When You Have Done Your Regular Tint?

    Excess oil in your hair usually occurs for two reasons: issues in the scalp or poor beauty habits. To get to the root of the issue, you’ll need to understand the science behind hair growth. Every pore on your skin has a sebaceous gland, including your scalp. The sebaceous glands secrete an oily substance called sebum, which gives your hair its natural shine. Sebum keeps your hair healthy and smooth, and it keeps the hair from becoming dry and breaking. However, some sebaceous glands produce an excess of oil, which results in oily skin and greasy hair.

    Excessive oil production can occur for several reasons. It can be hereditary or due to hormonal changes (periodic circle,puberty or pregnancy), or even changes in seasons, lifestyle, or climate. Poor diet, improper hair care, and some medicines can also impact how oily your hair is.

    You can help prevent oily hair simply by keeping your hands off of it! This goes for brushing your hair as well, as both further distribute grease throughout your strands.

    Greasy hair is also a cyclical problem. Overwashing or excess scrubbing during shampooing can irritate the scalp, causing more oil. Once you strip your hair of its natural oils, your scalp goes into oil production overload. Your hair (scalp) also will get greasy when your regrowth starts to show which means it is time to do your regrowth tint. A chemical called PPD in hair colours dries your scalp for couple of weeks and then your scalp desperately will be looking for another colouring (dying) process.

  • Is It Natural Or Synthetic Embalming Chemical? How Does It Reduces The Frizzy Hairs?

    Formaldehyde is a highly toxic systemic poison that is absorbed well by inhalation. The vapor is a severe respiratory tract and skin irritant and may cause dizziness or suffocation. Contact with formaldehyde solution may cause severe burns to the eyes and skin. The formaldehyde is activated by the heat. Hair proteins, known as keratins are altered by formaldehyde during the treatment to prolong the straightening effect in curly hair. The process involves cleansing hair with a clarifying shampoo, applying product, blowing drying the hair, and flat ironing the hair. This product makes naturally curly hair temporarily straight, sleek, and shiny.

  • What Is Keratin Treatment, Cashmere Treatment , Brazilian Blow Out, Hair Botox?

    Keratin is a protein and the major component in hair; in fact, the hair is mainly comprised of keratin-associated proteins. Keratin acts both as an external protective protein in the cuticle (the outer layers of a hair strand) and as an internal structural protein in the cortex (the inner core of the hair that helps determine its strength).

    Keratin Treatment is a semi-permanent hair straightening method done by temporarily sealing a liquid keratin and a preservative solution into the hair with a hair iron. The technique has many variations and is known by several other names and brands, including Keratin Treatment, Cashmere Treatment , Brazilian blow out, Hair Botox etc.

  • Coming Soon

    What is ammonia?
    How bad is ammonia for your hair?
    What else they use to replace ammonia?
    Ethanolamine?   Cocamide MEA?   Aminomethylpropanol AMEA?
    Ammonia free colours?
    How safe are they? What else they use instead of ammonia? Are they permanently covering the greys?
    Demi colours?
    Hair loss ?
    What hair lost is really related to? Genes ? Stress ? Hormones ? DHT ?
    Buying Shampoo?
    Did you Check if there is Sodium Laureth/Lauryl Sulfate? Is it Paraben free? Silicon free?
    Balayage ? Ombré ? Sombre? Shatush ? Flamboyage ? Pixel colouring ?  CONFUSED?
    Is there a way I can make my hair grow faster ?
    How should I have the best hair cut with my curly triangular hair ?
    How can I get rid of split end without losing the length of my hair ?
    How often should I wash my hair ?
    Why is it important to use hair conditioner ?
    What is the cause of dandruff and dry scalp ? How can I reduce dandruff?
    Hair cut and moon cycle relation?