Monday June 17, 2013
She's fearless, onstage and off, especially when it comes to hair. When talking about Nicki Minaj, you never know what hairstyle she'll sport next. This gallery takes you through some of the best (and wildest!) looks she's worn over the years, from blonde to green to multicolored combos. Want to know how to wear bold colors and outrageous styles like Nicki? Peruse the gallery and learn from someone who's perfected the art of the unforgettable 'do.
Nicki Minaj Hair Showcase
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Wednesday June 12, 2013
This type of blowout is often described by women who've experienced them in one of two ways: (1) As the answer to her dreams for light and bouncy hair that moves or (2) A breakage nightmare. If you've never had one, check out the comments from this popular blog post that I wrote some time ago: Worth the Hype? As you can see, some women love it and others hate it.
To detail the process further, my article on it should answer any questions you have, but as always when changing your texture through chemicals or heat, do your research before you let anyone near your head.
All About the Dominican Blowout
Finally, if you've already received this type of blowout, weigh in with your thoughts here: Share your DBO experience.
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Monday June 10, 2013
Parents, are you looking for hair care tools just for your child's tender scalp? Denman, which makes an incredibly popular line of brushes (as well as combs and other accessories), makes a line of products just for kids.
Detangling can sometimes be a painful job. Having used a Denman myself, I can testify that these brushes make detangling a breeze, especially when used while hair is saturated with conditioner. See if adding a junior Denman to your child's grooming routine makes combing through his or her hair easier...on everyone.
I've found Denman at my local Sally Beauty Supply, but if you have another favorite spot to pick up these brushes, I'd love to hear about it.
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Friday June 7, 2013
Crispy ends can really wreck a hairstyle. Maybe you feel you've done all you can do, and you're still having problems with ends that don't recover.
Don't reach for those shears just yet! Chances are, unless you've done some irreversible damage, your dry ends can be well-moisturized again. The trick is to be patient while they recover. See what you can do about excessively dry ends -- change won't happen overnight, but with persistence and care, you can reverse the problem.
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