Swarovski headbands

January 20th, 2014 by aclazaro

The hair as they say, is a person’s crowning glory, especially a woman, and yes that’s why we are extremely pissed off during bad hair days. If you find yourself pressed for time, and if your hair is acting difficult as if it has a mind of its own, a great way to remedy the situation is to use a head band. Regardless if you have wavy, curly or straight hair, a head band can do wonders during bad hair days.

swarovskiA sure way to add some sparkle to your hair do is this Swarovski headband. This particular design features a lear crystal mesh on Alcantara. It comes with an elastic band at the back for a more comfortable fit. The color is a perfect match for dark colored hairs.


Finding Your Perfect Hairstyle

December 27th, 2013 by aclazaro

There’s nothing I dread more than going to get my hair cut. I’m always scared that she’ll either chop off too much or not enough. On top of that, I can never trust them to do a good job, especially if I’m always switching back and forth to different hairstylists. But even if you’re a skeptical about a certain stylist, there are some things you can do to make sure you get the right kind of hairstyle for your hair. Here’s how:

The first thing to take into consideration is your hair’s texture (fine, medium-smooth, or coarse) as well as shape (straight, wavy or curly). Most people take face shape into consideration first and that’s not the way to do it:  a face shape can suit a number of different styles so don’t base it on that.


Fashion Hair Tips: Straight Hair Addict

December 27th, 2013 by aclazaro

Ever since flat irons became available to straighten hair, women seems cannot put hem down. Most women today cannot do anything less without them. In order to have great looking sleek, straight hair, all you need is a nice flat iron to work with your hair.

Blow dryer and your flatiron are your working magic wand to get the straight hair you have always wanted. In order to make it less stressful for your hair, if your hair is still damp, you need to let it dry first using a fan. This is can also save your hair from too much dryness. It is not a good idea to flatiron a wet hair. It must be halfway dry not dripping.

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Tips and Tricks to Avoid Bad Hair day

December 20th, 2013 by aclazaro

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We always experience a bad hair day. What is worst in having a bad hair day is that no matter how you wash your hair it will still look bad. Here are some tricks to avoid that dreadful day: 

It may sound strange but baking soda can do that trick. If you are on a big day and you need to look good, be prepared by mixing a dash of backing soda in your shampoo. Rinse well and condition as usual. It will make your hair soft, shinny, and manageable. Baking soda can remove the impurities in your scalp that your shampoo can do. 

If you cannot really trick the messy hair, you do not have to wash your hair in the morning. Just do some tricks by washing your bangs only and then tossing the rest of your hair into sexy messy bun. I posted some tips on how to make a messy bun. Check it out. 

These are just some of the tricks that you can do to resolve or even prevent bad hair day.

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Affordable Beauty Tips That Will Make You Say Goodbye

February 18th, 2013 by aclazaro

It is possible to maintain a stunning look without having to waste too much money. Here are some affordable beauty tips you can start doing:

Say Goodbye To Those Blemishes

Dab on some toothpaste on those spots and leave overnight.

Say Goodbye To Dried Skin

Put some petroleum jelly or maybe Vaseline on the areas affected.

Say Goodbye To Falling Hair

Mix some cinnamon to water of 12 ounces or more. Let it boil together for about 5 to 10 minutes. When it cools down, you can start applying it to your scalp for another 10 to 15 minutes. Then you can do your regular shampooing and rinse it well just how you usually clean your hair.

Say Goodbye To Blackheads

Combine honey and oatmeal and apply directly to your skin. You have to massage it into your skin for around 5 to 7 minutes before you rinse it totally off with some warm water.

Photo via squidoo.com

Make Your Own Hair Conditioner

December 25th, 2012 by aclazaro

Many people go to salons not just for a haircut but also for sessions of hot oil. Everyone wants soft and smooth textured hair. So why pay or spend on a lot of conditioners that are not so effective in making your hair look stunning? Here is a homemade recipe you can try for you to save money and also help your hair achieve help from a naturally made hair conditioner.

Mix up an egg yolk with 1 tablespoon of castor oil and apply it to your hair. Let it stay for 10 minutes before rinsing out. You can use this mix as often as you like just the same as how you use an ordinary conditioner.

If you seem to be more daring, you can also mix other kitchen stuff like a variety of herbs and any other organic ingredient and mix it with eggs would surely help in giving you shiny and healthy hair.

Photos via yourorganicgardeningblog.com and agoosa.com

Hair Extensions: A Fashion Trend

August 13th, 2012 by aclazaro

Hair Extensions

Hair extensions have become very popular in the last decade with many celebrities taking advantage of the instant volume and length. However, this is an expensive process and there are a few things to watch out for.

Hair extensions are lengths of either real or synthetic hair that can be affixed close to the scalp through a number of ways such as braids, weaves, bonding, metal tubing, heat shrink tubing & adhesive based bonding. When done correctly, hair extensions are not noticeable…no one can tell if you’re wearing them. They can provide volume, extend hair, and add highlights or lowlights without the harshness of coloring your own hair. Some extensions can be worn continuously for up to 3 months before requiring maintenance.

Hair extensions come in many colors, textures, styles and lengths to match any hair type. Natural or human hair extensions are more expensive than synthetic hair because they can be colored, set, curled or treated. Synthetic hair will melt if exposed to the high temperatures of a curling iron or a hot blow dryer; it is used as purchased, and is generally not recommended. Synthetic extenders are available widely at department stores. Human hair extensions are generally purchased through salons that provide extensionist services. Info from WiseGeek.

Several factors have to be considered before deciding to have a hair extension. First to consider is the budget. A minimum of $2,000 should be set aside initially that depends on the type/method of hair extensions. It’s always best to get the opinions of at least 2-3 professionals on what type of hair extension process is appropriate for your kind of hairstyle & requirements before finally deciding especially because it involves investment of time & money. For the meantime, before you decide to get a hair extension, take a look at these pictures and see how hair extensions can totally change one’s look.

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Eugenia Kim Max Toyo Fedora

February 15th, 2012 by aclazaro

If you want to stay protected from the sun in a fashionable way still, then this is the accessory that you need to consider to be a part of your statement. It comes with vibrant accents with cobalt and some fuchsia. It also has camel style that is the utmost accessory for parties set at the garden and the beach.

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