Hot Product: Be Curly Curl Control By Aveda

November 13th, 2009 by dooce


To Women who were born with curls, here is your solution in your frizzy hair days. Aveda’s be curly can actually define curls. It boost shine and reduce frizz.

You can get it for only $18. All you have to do is to dump and dry your hair to shape and define your curls. You will definitely love the results. all you have to do is to wet your hair, let it dry, flat ironed it, spray some water and apply Be curly generously.

The product was made from tamanu oil, which helps in providing rich moisture and reduce hair frizziness.

Hair Style: How To Fix Your Hair in 10 Minutes Using Hot Rollers

November 8th, 2009 by dooce


Hot rollers today are very nice to use in styling your hair quickly without even excerting an effort without a blow dryer. Hot rollers can actually save your time when you want to a new fresh and voluminous style.

It is wise to just use your hot rollers instead of making big effort in hair drying your hair. Hot rollers could actually fix your hair in 10 minutes. All you need is to insert the hot rollers and you are free to do other things like getting dressed and applying make up. So, next time you need a fresh nicely set hair with just little amount of time, check those hot rollers. They can be your fairy grandmother and turn you into a hottie.

October 30th, 2009 by dooce

If you are planning to get a new hairdo this coming holiday season, you need to be updated on what’s going to be “in” this coming year.

This 2010, monochromatic hair color will be the fashion style. Yes, it will be the sexy and stylish hairdo for 2010. Streaks and highlights will be saying good bye at the end of the 2009.

Here are some of my tips to maintain that monochromatic hairdo all year long:


For blonds, make sure to brighten your base and try to blend any existing highlights. You need to do a monthly gloss or an hair spa to get that extra shine.
For Brunettes, A deep chocolate or coffee shade will do the trick. Choose a darker shades, at least 2 tones darker, in order to get that sultriness.
For red heads, stay away from copper hues. They will make your complexion pale. Try using the amber or auburn shade.

Best Hair Treatment Mask For Damaged Hair

October 30th, 2009 by dooce

P21256_heroIt is so hard to treat a parched hair that was damaged from over treatment and dryness. It is very expensive to go to the spa for a hair re-moisturizing. The worst part is no matter how expensive your moisturizing shampoo is, it cannot treat your damaged hair. Moisturizing shampoo actually prevents your hair to become dry and later on be damaged. But, it cannot actually treat a dry and damaged hair.

Treating a damaged hair will require an hair mask treatment. I want to share with you the hair mask treatment cream I used to re-moisturize my hair.

You can try using Phytokarite Ultra Nourishing mask for dry hair. I am glad I used this product. It was the product that made my hair healthy. Try it out, it might work well to you, too.

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How To Make Homemade Hot Oil Treatment For Your Hair

October 29th, 2009 by dooce



Hot oil treatments at a spa or beauty parlor are getting expensive today. So here are some tips on how to make your very own hot oil hair treatment: 

In order to make a hot oil treatment, you need half cup dried rosemary leaves. You also need one half cup of olive oil. 

Combine the rosemary and the olive oil in a small saucepan over a low heat. You need to stir it constantly until everything in the saucepan become warm. Remove from heat and strain. You need to strain it to remove the leaves from the oil. 

Your hot oil treatment hair is ready to use. You can coat your scalp and ends of your hair and wrap it in a towel or a saran wrap. Use it like your regular hot oil hair treatment.

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How to have a Sleek and Smooth Blowout by Stylist Danielle Caputo

October 22nd, 2009 by dooce


Famous Stylist Danielle Capulo shares his secrets on how to make any hair sleek and smooth: 

After shower, while your hair is still damp, spray some detangling spritz for nourishment. 


In order to add more control and height to your hair, try to use a volumizing spray. 


Use a grooming cream to make the hair especially the ends look polished. 

Blow dry your hair until it is 90% dry to cut the drying time.

Start blow drying from the nape section of your hair. It will be better if you will separate your hair into three sections and blow drying the top most part last. 

In order to add volume and bend, use a round brush. If you want to have a sleek look, use a paddle brush.

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The Bouffant Hairstyle is Back

October 22nd, 2009 by dooce

ad1Retro is back and so is a bouffant hairstyle. I have posted several hairstyle that will become a hit this coming year, another hairstyle that will be back this coming 2010 is the bouffant hairstyle. 

Bouffant hairstyle became popular in the 60’s. It is one of the messy type hairstyle that became popular in the 60s where you need several bottles of hairspray and hairpins to put the hairstyle in perfect place. 

Bouffant hairstyle will definitely become a hit this coming year because it comes in loose hair strands that emphasize sexiness. It shows sexy napes, no wonder many celebrities are already wearing this kind of hairdo lately. Check them out!

Hair Care Tips To a Shiny Hair

October 21st, 2009 by dooce


Shiny hair is always fashionable. We all want a shiny, healthy, soft looking hair. It adds up with how you look. Here are some tips on how to get a shiny hair:

Clean your hair properly. Chemicals and unwanted gunk build up in our scalp from all the hair products that we use, this is the reason why we need to clean our hair thoroughly. Use a deep cleansing shampoo at least once a week. Apply your deep cleansing in the roots only. When you rinse, it is best to use cold water to seal in the cuticle in order to make your hair smooth.

When you apply conditioner, start your application through the roots of your hair down to its ends. Wash it with warm water to absorb the moisture and nutrients of your conditioner.

These simple tips could make a big difference in making your hair shinny and healthy looking.

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