Straightening your hair with a flat iron can yield fantastic results, but it can also cause a lot of damage if not done properly. Fortunately, the experts here at Threads Dublin Hair Salon are here to help. Healthy, long, sleek, and shiny straight hair is possible if you avoid these 8 common mistakes that do your hair more harm than good.
Everyone knows that sleep is an important ingredient in the ongoing beauty process. Quality sleep can help your skin heal, reduce breakouts, even your skin tone, and prevent bags under the eyes. Sleep helps us renew energy and gets us both physically and mentally ready for the day to come.
As the seasons change from winter to spring in the Tri-Valley, sandal and flip flop weather is quickly approaching. Are your feet ready to be exposed for the world to see?
What does your face washing routine consist of? Wash, rinse, and dry in the morning and then repeat at night? If this is the case, you may notice your skin being too dry or too oily after washing. Adding toner to your regimen may help solve this problem while giving you more vibrant, healthy skin in the process.
Through trial and error, everyone needs to find which hair removal technique is right for them. Along this path, many unnecessary mistakes are made. However, these mistakes are avoidable! Hopefully this list will save you from making some common and painful hair removal errors.
The distinguishing factors between brushes are the bristles and the brush shape (or design). I’ll explain the purpose of each design and you can decide which bristle/shape combination is right for your hair.
Henna tattoos originated as a traditional ceremonial art form in Pakistan and India. Since the 1990s, Henna has grown in popularity in Western civilization and is now becoming an extremely popular fashion trend in the U.S.