Hair Cutting for Beginners – A complete haircut How To
We all wish that we could cut our own hair then we would end up with the exact style and cut that we wanted. How much money do you think you would save if you were an expert in haircuts and you knew exactly what you were doing with a pair of scissors.
Men’s haircuts, Ladies haircuts and even your kids would benefit from your knowledge and skills.
If you’re a parent then you’ll know what a hassle it can be getting your kids to your local barber or hair dresser and then you just end up watching them cut your kids hair and hand over the money.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could learn the skills to cut you family’s hair right in the comfort of your own home?
We all know the usual tricks we do to try and avoid a trip to the Hair Dresser like: (more…)
The official name for split ends is Trichoptlosis; but no matter what you call them, split ends are annoying and make the hair appear dull and scraggly. The cause of split ends has to do with the protective cuticle, which is stripped from the ends of the hair fibers. Although split ends can happen to all types of hair, typically you will see the most on brittle or dry hair. Other common causes can include excessive brushing, over dying, and brushing the hair while wet.
When the protective cuticle is removed, it cannot be replaced. The result is hair that is split in two, or sometimes, three strands. Depending on how bad the split end, it can be anywhere from one-eighth to one inch long. While there are several options for treating split ends, the best one is to cut the damaged fibers off.
Many people with split ends think that they have to change their monthly trim to once a week. In fact, that is not necessary. To prevent split ends from becoming worse, you can do other things, including trimming them yourself. Now before you panic, keep in mind that women do trim their own hair all the time and no one is the wiser. Even supermodels will trim their own hair between appointments! (more…)