The Cutting Chair is a new website on hair fashion started by James Lai. It’s worth a mention because you can get ideas of new hairdos from its hairstyle gallery featuring interesting haircuts from girls on the street as well as celebrities. In addition, the website goes further to provide visitors with the information on styling products, styling tools, and how to achieve the look for each hairstyle. So you can search for hairstyles based on your face shape, hair texture, color, even by keyword such as products, location or techniques. I’m particularly glad that James gave some focus to Asian hairstyles.
The SkinFood Hop Beer Hair Wash that I’m currently using contains Vitamin H which is commonly known as Biotin, often recommended for strengthening hair and nails.
From what I’ve read, Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin produced in the body by certain types of intestinal bacteria and obtained from food. Considered part of the B complex group of vitamins, Biotin is necessary for the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and amino acids. While bacteria in the intestines produce enough Biotin for the bodies of most people, Biotin can also be obtained from a variety of foods including soybeans and other legumes, egg yolks, nuts, and organ meats.
It’s always good to make a friend out of your hairstylist. For me, it means extra special care for my unique hair needs. Like this – Nioxin Volumizing Reflectives Root Lifter - a weightless volumizing hairspray that is supposed to give my fine limp hair the extra volume it needs.
What is it?
Nioxin Volumizing Reflectives Root Lifter is a hairspray that is designed to provide extra support, hold and volume to the root of fine thin hair without sticky resins or drying alcohol using exclusive Cuticle Support Technology (CST).
One of the tricks I picked up from the hairstylist who did my hair during my wedding is that I can use a crimper to give my straight and fine hair a different texture and more volume. It’s actually very easy and I can achieve the effect very quickly within 10 minutes. The only tool I really need is the crimper but I can use some hairspray if I want a more lasting effect.
First, I need to heat up the crimper for about five minutes. After which, I start with the insides of my hair, take sections of it and put the crimper on for around one minute on each section. The longer I leave the crimper on, the harder the look of the crimps, which may not be natural looking. It’s also important that I do not redo the sections I’ve already crimped otherwise my hair would look too brittle.
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