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  • How to Have Great Fun at College

    Posted on January 31st, 2009 admin No comments
    Tom Tessin asked:


    Having fun in college can be very easy for some but difficult for others. The world is filled with many different people with many different hobbies. Some find college built for their mindset while others find it frustrating and boring. College can fun for everyone if you think of the ideas that can keep your entertained. I’ll show you a few examples of how to have fun on campus without getting in trouble.

    Campus sponsored events - Depending on the campus you’re attending, there’s probably an event going on everyday that you’re not aware of. A good way to see what events are going on is to either check the local bulletin boards, the college website or ask fellow classmates. Sometimes you’ll be amazed at what kind of events the college offers. Who knows? There may be something you love that you can make a ton of friends and have fun at the same time!

    Some of the events that you may find yourself attending are block parties, organized sporting leagues, movies, concerts, social clubs, chess clubs, etc. I guarantee that you if you look at the list of events that you’ll find something that will cater your needs.

    Join an organization - No matter what college you’re attending, you’ll always find an organization. If you’re not familiar with what n organization is, it’s a group that usually has a focus or cause. Groups like MADD are a perfect example where their group focuses on mothers against drunk driving. If you have a view on something and you want to get with a group that has similar thoughts, an organization may be for you.

    Host parties - If you’re renting out a house or you simply know of a big common ground, hosting a party or get together might be one of the best times you’ll ever have. Simply tell your friends and the word will spread very quickly. You can simply put on the invitation that everyone needs to bring their own drinks and food. This way, you’ll only be responsible for your house or the area. Parties don’t always have to include alcoholic drinks; instead you can a fun time without them and just socialize with friends instead.

    Think like home - Staying on campus can make some people very home sick. Instead, try and think of what you did while you were at home to keep busy. Did you play a lot of video games? Did you read a lot? Try and pretend that your dorm room and college is your home now where you and your family live. If you can condition yourself to do this, keeping busy and having fun shouldn’t be a problem. Remember, you can’t live with mommy and daddy forever.

    As you can see by these few options that college can be a blast if you become motivated and find ways to have fun. Sitting in your dorm all day and being depressed won’t be fun. Just remember that the fun won’t come to you, you’ll have to go out there and find it!



  • Most Popular Halloween Costumes for 2008

    Posted on January 30th, 2009 admin No comments
    Chad Hosrtman asked:


    Halloween is just around the corner and if you are like others, you are now contemplating what costumes you should buy for yourself and your kids. Well, if you wish to have a great costume and wow everyone or ensure you find ones so your children are wearing ones that are popular you had better begin thinking about ordering or buying the costumes early. If you wait until the week of Halloween, you may be too late to find the ones your children desire or that you may want to wear. Nothing is more embarrassing for yourself or your children than to wear a Halloween costume from last year and is no longer considered popular.

    Here is a list of the top 10 costumes for baby boys or girls this year.

    1. Baby Elephant

    2. Baby Lamb

    3. Baby Giraffe

    4. Baby Kitty

    5. Baby Penguin

    6. Lil’ Pumkin’ Pie

    7. Baby Tootsie

    8. Baby Pizza

    9. Baby Ice Cream

    10. Baby Monkey

    Here is a list of the top 10 costumes for toddler boys this year.

    1. Pikachu

    2. Ash Ketchum

    3. Spiderman Fiber Optic Halloween Costume

    4. Dash Children’s Halloween Costume

    5. Spiderman Halloween Costume

    6. Buzz Lightyear Halloween Costume

    7. Woody Halloween Costume

    8. Bob the Builder Halloween Costume

    9. Lightning McQueen Pit Crew Costume

    10. Special Ranger Halloween Costume

    Here is a list of the top 10 costumes for toddler girls this year.

    1. Aurora Prestige Halloween Costume

    2. Cinderella Prestige Halloween Costume

    3. Snow White Prestige Halloween Costume

    4. Belle Prestige Halloween Costume

    5. Ariel Children’s Halloween Costume

    6. Little Bo Peep Costume

    7. Tinker Bell

    8. Jesse Children’s Halloween Costume

    9. Sock Monkey Costume

    10. Minnie Mouse Halloween Costume

    Here is a list of the top 10 costumes for girls this year.

    1. Girls Gothic Vampira Halloween Costume

    2. Chronicles of Narnia Lucy Costume

    3. Hannah Montana with Jacket & Wig Costume

    4. Snowflake Princess Halloween Costume

    5. Bat ***** Halloween Costume

    6. Charmed Witch Halloween Costume

    7. Sassy Vampiress Halloween Costume

    8. Rock Diva Halloween Costume

    9. Minnie Mouse Halloween Costume

    10. Cinderella Prestige Halloween Costume

    Here is a list of the top 10 costumes for boys this year.

    1. Naruto Halloween Costume

    2. Lil’ Vampire Costume

    3. Dash Children’s Halloween Costume

    4. Kid’s Ninja Warrior Halloween Costume

    5. Child Iron Man Costume

    6. Children’s Alien Halloween Costume

    7. Children’s Ghost Rider Costume

    8. Kakashi Halloween Costume

    9. Wolverine Halloween Costume

    10. Sailor of Death Halloween Costume

    Here is a list of the top 10 costumes for teen girls this year.

    1. Juniors Daisy Bug Halloween Costume

    2. Elizabeth Empiress Halloween Costume

    3. Deluxe Elizabeth Pirate Halloween Costume

    4. Devil Fairy Halloween Costume

    5. Genie Princess Costume

    6. Fembot Costume

    7. Juniors Rebel Snow Princess Halloween Costume

    8. Juniors Tea Party Hostess Halloween Costume

    9. Juniors Miss Alice Halloween Costume

    10. Juniors All Star Player Halloween Costume

    Here is a list of the top 10 costumes for teen boys this year.

    1. Ghost Rider Costume

    2. Captain Jack Sparrow Halloween Costume

    3. Davy Jones Halloween Costume

    4. Sailor of Death Halloween Costume

    5. Maccus Sharkman Children’s Costume

    6. Sir Peter, Knight of Wolfsbane War Costume

    7. Captain Jack Sparrow Children’s Premium Costume

    8. Harry Potter Halloween Costume

    9. Gangster Halloween costume

    10. Dr. Doom Halloween Costume



  • Fall Collection | Fall Dresses | Fall 2006 | Fall 2006 Collection

    Posted on January 30th, 2009 admin No comments
    Onlygowns asked:


    Sharp Feminine Silhouettes and Drapes for formals

    The first influence of this season is the highlighted bodice; designers this season are placing more emphasis on fitted shapes with striking color and embroidery or ornaments. Plunging neckline is crisply molded and matched to the extravagant inlays of the skirt with deep neckline and decorative mosaic designs are ruling the fashion modes. With the globalization of fashion trends, simplifying and highlighting the bodice in formalwear designs broadens the designer’s reach across cultural expectations.

    The second influence is the bold feminine shape. Pinpointing the key looks, there is a distinct departure from the soft, pretty femininity of the past few seasons for autumn, as designers cut a cleaner silhouette and toyed with the concept of shape. The possibilities of texture and layering are cleverly explored and designers are using sheath, trumpet, princess, mermaid, and a-line styling to create curvy dresses, many with corseted or structured undergarments, reasserting the womanly look in this season’s formal line. Gone are the demure straight silhouettes and the tailored work wear looks of the previous century. The post-9/11 woman sees her public as a proud yet traditionally sensual individual.

    The third influence of the season is the new emphasis on soft, feminine expression through silk and chiffon overlays, lace bordering, and beaded or rhinestone hems, lines, and straps. While the partygoer is simply elegant with brilliant structural accents, the bride dons a flowing gown overlayed with embroidered or appliquéd sheath. Soft satin silk is the fabric of choice, with form-enhancing embellishments to match the wearer’s personality.

    Color in bold and beautiful

    The palette for the season, though predominantly dark, is occasionally electrified with brilliant flashes of color. The traditional shades of black and grey are represented beautifully, supported by bursts of bolds and touches of shine. With a season draped in darkness, refreshing shots of sapphire blue and pops of marvelous magenta or coalesce colors in divine dresses perch up the entire season. Have fun and let bright colors and bold prints accessorize you this fall!

    Color in Red

    Punctuating the collections like a brilliant exclamation mark, red shows up intermittently, glinting through a mainly muted palette. Sophisticated and classic for the look that says you’re on top of the world.

    Black and White

    Classic black & white fashions are a hit again in prom 2006 as trend-savvy consumers desire the classic and elegant look. From clean lines to bold stripes and optical waves, monochrome combinations are the seductively simple route to smart dressing. Winter white is an important focus of the season, and it works great for the calendar events like winter or fall formals and cocktails.

    Black is Back

    Black is the number one staple for the season and will remain so well into 2006. Bright black looks showcase the blustery raven theme in tailored suits, asymmetric tops, and frothy evening gowns.

    Gorgeous Grays

    Grey is the designers’ shade of choice, and no wonder: restrained, chic, edgy - its subtleties allow for eclectic interpretation, whether sharp as steel in silk or soft in jersey knits. Pin tucks and pleats complement grey’s cool sophistication. Mix shades and textures for a more directional look. Choose hosiery carefully - sheer styles are a flattering option. Soften up with shades of heather gray this season. It is the only color that encompass coziness and comfort while remaining glamorous. Not to mention it looks great on everyone

    Chocolate treat

    The beginnings of fall bring decadent shades of our favorite indulgence to another level of luxury. Go ahead and indulge in fall’s color palette. The hue drapes beautifully in jersey, sequin or shimmering satin without adding a pound! From rich and dark to creamy and light, chocolate makes everyone feel and look just fabulous!

    Eighties Vibes N Trends Romantic, off the shoulder neckline dress with empire waist in dramatic chiffon drape seem to revive the popular culture for that regal yet fresh and modern look embraced by generation X. Strapless is getting a lot of exposure these days, and the stylists use gems, beads, sheer, and train to add sparkle to the conservative evening. Recapturing the sexiness of the era, the Eighties silhouette is back. Try it in black or jolts of electric colors. Shimmers and Shines

    The warm shine continues into the cooler months. No need for a full metallic blast, instead designers subtly weaved sparkle throughout garments to create a soft yet **** sheen. For the girls who still want their bling, sequins combined with satin and sheer georgette get you ready for that fabulous evening.

    Mini dress Boom

    The mini dress or mini skirt for the spring will still reign come the winter, but don’t panic: Stores are ordering them longer. Revolutionary mini dress has resurfaced on the runway with its traditional tunic-like and bodice-less smocks in delicate lace and flowing fabrics. Details of woven necklines, perfectly pretty collars and oh-so-fun pockets will take you back to the mod Swinging London times! Thigh-grazing A-line flirty micro dresses will imbue a girlish charm for the season. There are endless ways—dark opaque hose; leggings; long, long boots—to make the mini work for snow days. Opaque tights and leggings will give these short skirts and tunics a cool stylish and contemporary feel as well.

    Formal Opulence Rewind to the baroque luxury of imperial princess and Seventies glam rockers - gilding, rich fabrics and lavish embroidery with confident insouciance Opulence is the theme for the fall 2006, so drape in this opulence with dress down hair and make-up. Tracking down the allure of historical Helen of Troy and Hollywood Jean Harlow-esque with bias cutting and deep décolleté, designers make them the season’s next big-night numbers.

    Prance in Prom wear, Home coming dresses and Eveningwear

    Beaded and bangled, sparkling and luster fabrics factor big this prom 2006 season. For prom dress fabrics, it’s smooth satin, silky chiffon, slinky jersey, and lace. Jewel tones in emerald, ruby, sapphire, silver, and gold are important, as well as dress combinations in black and pretty shades of pink. Of course, the geek theme continues strong into this year, paying attention to the details - interesting necklines, pretty fabrics, sparkly touches - to make your prom dress to dazzle. A new trend is a high front slit accompanied by cascading ruffles. Sparkle and shine on the dance floor in shimmering fabrics like organza, glitter ice lace, and lustrous satin. Unique beads and ribbon detailing enhance the figure: rhinestone along the bodice, lace-up ribbon corsetry, criss-cross open backs, or swirls of lace with glitter topping.

    New prom silhouettes this 2006 season are in empire waists, princess shapes and A-line separates and modified Mermaid design with a slim bust, waist, and hips that flares out below the knee, the vintage-inspired Empire design with a ruched bodice and flowing, and the lingerie-influenced Corset design with ribbon lacing along the front, side, or back. Rich reds, burgundies, and deep romantic purples and blues pretty coral pinks and turquoise capture the essence of the American Classic look. Winter white and classic black is still strong for early prom events, particularly in strapless dresses.

    Fall on Cocktail Numbers

    How to achieve fall’s most intoxicating evening look? Mix up equal parts satin, silk, and lace; add an elegant neckline, a defined waist, and a flared, flirty skirt. Serve in a sexy-but-sophisticated knee-length dress. Lace in all forms takes center stage, kept simple and modern in white, ivory, and blush.

    Bridal and Ball gowns

    Fresh from the runway, designers are showing off the softer side of their style. Big voluminous dresses and hair, delicate beading in unique patterns, gorgeous, floral-worthy embellishments, bodices with unique touches, and vintage-inspired details that are far from old-fashioned.

    Whether you want a little or a lot of sparkle—designers worked it in this season from subtle glimmers to bold, beautiful bling. Beading gets worked into the lace on this tank gown with a trumpet skirt for an allover sparkly, shimmery effect. Beside this geometric, concentric, circular pearl design ornaments the bodice of sleek, silk crepe gowns. Strands of crystals form the delicate straps on the silk crepe dropped-waist gown. Flowers on wedding dresses are nothing new. Modern, streamlined back detailing recalls a patterned Art Deco look for these gowns. But this season, designers took a bold twist on the romantic front using color, subtle crystals, and crepe—accents worthy of a modern garden wedding. Embellishments of all kinds graced the bodices of this season’s gowns, from bold color and pretty pleats to refined ruffles. This season, designers took cues from eras gone by and worked retro accents into distinctly modern gowns—with show stopping results.

    So now, accessorize yourself in exotic leathers, metal details and new shapes to give fresh interest to accessories when it comes to dressing up this season’s pared-down looks. Carry clutch bags, put on platforms, wedges with elbow-length gloves for that demure, and style to welcome the fashion swing this fall.



  • An Overview of Full Lace Wigs

    Posted on January 28th, 2009 admin 1 comment
    Daniel Millions asked:


    Regular wigs have been around for hundreds of years, but in today’s modern society, people usually do not like to be noticed as wearing a wig. There are a variety of hair growing products and operations, but for some people, that option is not practical. An alternative to the traditional style of wig is the full lace wig, which appears much more realistic than its older counterpart.

    Never heard of a full lace wig? The concept is relatively simple, and you have probably seen a wig of this nature at some point. Full lace wigs are made with a cap, and a lace is sewn on to the cap. On that lace, individual hairs are sewn, to make the wig look as natural as possible. A new hairline is made around your head, and the wig fits easily on. There is no limit to what you can do with the wig, including putting it in any arrangement that you desire.

    The greatest part of a full lace wig is that it looks so real. Hair actually appears to be growing straight out of the scalp. Regular wigs can be quickly identified, especially if one just takes a moment to analyze it. Full lace wigs are nearly unidentifiable, so most people will not be able to tell you are wearing a wig at all. Also, the hair used is human hair, not any synthetic substitutes which are of much lower quality.

    One can attach a wig to their head using two methods. They can either utilize double sided tape, or a liquid adhesive. Each option is equally applicable and neither one is better than the other. Whatever option is chosen, it should be made sure of that the product is high quality and durable. Durability is especially important for one who engages in a variety of intensive activities. If your bonding is not strong enough, it is possible that the wig will fall right off. In addition, tape and/or adhesive makes the hair look even more natural, by further accentuating the look of hair growing out of the head.

    Density is the thickness of hair, and when deciding on a full lace wig, one of the criteria is how dense you want the hair to be. Most natural hair is medium dense, but one can usually pull off having light or heavy dense hair, as some people look better with less dense/more dense hair. It really is a matter of personal preference. There is an average density for human hair, and that average is what defines light, medium, and heavy density. For example, light is considered sixty percent of normal density, medium is one hundred percent, and heavy is one hundred and fifty percent. Due to the fact that full lace wigs are inherently realistic looking, the dense factor is not that critical in expressing realism.

    Since individual hairs are hand sewed on to full lace wigs, and the hair is real, it is understandable that the price of the wigs would be high. People who really care about their hair should make the investment in to full lace wigs, but those who are not too mindful of it should not have a problem with a regular wig. Full lace wigs run between three hundred and five hundred dollars, although if a wig is extremely high quality and made with in-demand hair, the price can reach into the thousands.



  • How To Keep A Full Lace Wig Bonded Up To 6 Weeks

    Posted on January 27th, 2009 admin 15 comments
    4Designers asked:


    Ms Lola will show you how to bond your full lace wigs and have them stay secure through shampooing, swimming, and love-making for up to 6 weeks.

  • Which wig is best for alopecia universalis? The front or full lace wig?

    Posted on January 27th, 2009 admin 3 comments
    alins asked:


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  • Student Time Management - How To Balance Study With Fun

    Posted on January 26th, 2009 admin No comments
    Abhishek Agarwal asked:


    So, you thought high school was a drag and heading off to college was your ticket to freedom before you got a hold of those grueling project reports, study schedules and even more focus required of you to select a major?

    If you’ve been keeping up with the latest industry news and trends across the globe, you will know that time management is not for business persons and harried housewives alone who juggle different tasks and need to always come out tops! It is equally important for the student community at large, especially college level students who have just come out of the sheltered and structured environment of high school and need to understand the essence of basic time management in order to prioritize goals, have an organized life, advance towards their dream careers and also reduce stress by working out a balance in their lifestyle.

    Learn how to balance college fun and study life with student time management tips we have compiled from the best resources right here!

    • Conduct A Personal Time Survey For Yourself: list the things you need to do on a regular basis (weekly/monthly) and note down the approximate time it takes you to attend to these. Multiply the time spent on each activity by seven to know the approx. number of hours you spent on that activity in a week. Do this for all activities and add them up; then subtract the sum from 168 (total number of hours in a week) and you’ll know jut how many hours you can study.

    • Now, make out a time table for yourself. You can buy a ready made one or customize the online charts available on various websites and take a print out for making your calendar to fit in classes, meals, exercise routine etc. keeping in mind intervals needed to go from one to another/commuting time.

    • Fit in breaks in between long hours of study and organize your free-time as well so you can accommodate assorted tasks in your daily schedule without having felt you’ve left out on something or given others too much importance.

    • Be realistic in choosing goals you can achieve in the time-frame you set yourself; don’t aim at being a perfectionist for then you’ll only get de-motivated after a while of not getting the right results.

    • Prioritize your ‘to-do’ list and ensure these are in keeping with your goals. Learn to say no politely when others demand of your time kept aside for reaching a particularly important goal.

    • Multi-task wherever possible e.g. do laundry while listening to an audio lesson so you revise your work, read on the bus to college etc.

    • Don’t lose focus of what you need to do in the timeline given to you: if circumstances beyond your control require you to change your schedule, then re-prioritize with taking up where you left off the most important task the day before. This way you will find yourself back on schedule again!

    As mentioned before, the key to organizing your life and living college life to the fullest is proper time management, which can be achieved with various web tools and basic knowledge of what makes you tick, knowing which are your strong points (e.g. perhaps a talent for public relations, artistic skills, good memory etc.) which are your weak areas that need to be worked upon (e.g. tendency to procrastinate, sleep late, eat junk food etc.) so you can sift through this information and arrive at a list of things you need to do.



  • Lace Wigs and Lace Fronts are the Hottest Ticket Out There

    Posted on January 26th, 2009 admin No comments
    hairworks asked:


    Lace wigs and lace fronts have recently been seen on the streets since the popularity of some well seen celebrities who openly wear the wigs and lace front additions. Lace front wigs were originally only found in the theatre, the silver screen or on those who had the connections to have one made for them.

    A lace wig is truly the ultimate for any wig wearer. A lace front wig is made completely of a soft French or Swiss lace in several sections and the wig maker will take darts in the lace to make the material contour the head and because of this it is possible to get a glove tight fit for the wearer. They are different from wigs as we generally know them because they are usually made or at least “tailored” to fit the individual.

    This is particularly important in the top and frontal area as this is where the hair must flow naturally and the way the lace is configured hair direction will be affected if the lace is not placed correctly. Once the wig maker has the cap completed they can do a final fitting to be sure the fit is correct and the front is smooth and tight. If adjustments need to be done this is the time to do it and a final fitting can be done just to check. Once the cap is finished the wig maker can now begin to ventilate the hair into the base. This is done with a hooked ventilating needle that can be gauged to pick up as many hairs as needed for a section of the wig

    The ability for the wig maker is of course the frontal area. Once the wig maker gets to the top and front area they will usually switch their ventilating needle to only pick up one hair for each knot. This allows the wig maker to make very small tight knots that are virtually impossible to be seen. The single hair knots, placement and hair direction has to look and move like natural hair and should not be noticeable to the eye. Once a lace front wig is finished, dressed or styled and placed on the head a small amount of lace adhesive is placed on the skin where the edge of the lace will sit, allowed to get tacky and then the lace is pressed into the adhesive where it disappears into the skin. Once the adhesive is completely dry normal daily make up can be applied and the wearer is ready to go.



  • Lace Wigs and Lace Fronts are the Hottest Ticket Out There

    Posted on January 26th, 2009 admin No comments
    hairworks asked:


    Lace wigs and lace fronts have recently been seen on the streets since the popularity of some well seen celebrities who openly wear the wigs and lace front additions. Lace front wigs were originally only found in the theatre, the silver screen or on those who had the connections to have one made for them.

    A lace wig is truly the ultimate for any wig wearer. A lace front wig is made completely of a soft French or Swiss lace in several sections and the wig maker will take darts in the lace to make the material contour the head and because of this it is possible to get a glove tight fit for the wearer. They are different from wigs as we generally know them because they are usually made or at least “tailored” to fit the individual.

    This is particularly important in the top and frontal area as this is where the hair must flow naturally and the way the lace is configured hair direction will be affected if the lace is not placed correctly. Once the wig maker has the cap completed they can do a final fitting to be sure the fit is correct and the front is smooth and tight. If adjustments need to be done this is the time to do it and a final fitting can be done just to check. Once the cap is finished the wig maker can now begin to ventilate the hair into the base. This is done with a hooked ventilating needle that can be gauged to pick up as many hairs as needed for a section of the wig

    The ability for the wig maker is of course the frontal area. Once the wig maker gets to the top and front area they will usually switch their ventilating needle to only pick up one hair for each knot. This allows the wig maker to make very small tight knots that are virtually impossible to be seen. The single hair knots, placement and hair direction has to look and move like natural hair and should not be noticeable to the eye. Once a lace front wig is finished, dressed or styled and placed on the head a small amount of lace adhesive is placed on the skin where the edge of the lace will sit, allowed to get tacky and then the lace is pressed into the adhesive where it disappears into the skin. Once the adhesive is completely dry normal daily make up can be applied and the wearer is ready to go.



  • Hair-Care Tips for Your Colored Treated Hair

    Posted on January 26th, 2009 admin No comments
    Donna Rice asked:


    Whether your hair is dyed, highlighted, or streaked, you have the same problem that most women with color treated hair have, hair that lacks luster and shine. When your hair is treated with color, it loses its vitality and natural shine. Have you ever noticed that after your hair is colored it has a different feel to it, … A feel that’s synthetic, almost similar to hair weave? Well, the reason why is because colored treated hair has been processed with chemicals that deplete your hair with a process called oxidation. Oxidation is loss of hydrogen. Coloring agents contain these chemicals that wear down on your hair follicles and remove the proper moisture balance from your locks. The end result is dull, frizzy, and lifeless hair. Follow these tips to revitalize your shine and luster after your hair has been colored.

    Begin caring for your color treated hair immediately after the processing. I know that it sounds a bit exaggerated, however the wearing down process that damages your hair follicles begins immediately, so you must start your anti-damage treatment as soon as it begins. The sooner the better! The best way to begin this treatment is to spray your hair with a good oil sheen a few nights a week before you go to bed, and place a silk bonnet or cap over it to retain the moisture. I know, I know, who wants limp locks that have been sprayed with oil, where’s my body going to go? In order to maintain your hair’s body, roll your hair with large or jumbo rollers, preferably sponge. Avoid excessive sheen, a little shot will do.

    Use a good conditioning shampoo. Whether you wash your hair every other night or once a week, depending on your own needs, (naturally oily hair needs to be washed more often) you need a conditioning shampoo. I suggest, KeraCare products. This is an awesome shampoo that works to keep natural moisture in your hair, as well as a deep penetrating cleansing that is necessary for your color treated hair. After shampooing your hair, follow up with a conditioner, at once.

    Condition with a quality product. You want to invest in a quality conditioner that will coat your hair follicles and restore proper moisture balance. It also needs to contain a UV protection agent that will protect your delicate hair from harsh sunrays. Make sure that your conditioner contains humectants, which help to restore moisture balance as well. Investing in quality conditioning products will ensure that your follicles won’t be stripped of its coating. These products that contain these ingredients actually provide your hair with a coating that protects your follicles. You won’t be sorry for it.

    Hot oil treatments are needed on a regular basis. The actual time span varies from person to person, just depending on the condition of your hair. Most stylists suggest twice a year, but of course some could use more frequent treatments. Some key ingredients here to look for in hot oil treatments are avocado, jojoba, and coconut oils. These leave the hair looking healthier and shiner. This is a good preventive measure to use in-between salon visits.

    Visit your stylist on a regular basis. It is important to see an expert on a regular basis when your hair is color treated. They can detect future problems and attack them head on. Unless you are a licensed stylist, you may not always know the warning signs of damaged processed hair. Do some research and find a good stylist that has a reputation of providing good service and caring for color treated hair. They can also add to your tips of home care in-between visits.

    As you see, the key is replacing the much needed moisture in your hair to revitalize and care for healthy colored treated hair. Who says you can’t have color and healthy hair simultaneously? Enjoy your beautiful, color treated hair!