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  1. Change Your Look With Rechoo Hair Products

    October 16, 2017 by barbara

    Playful colors have been spotted on lots of heads and they are the rage in 2017 hair trends.  Honestly, I have secretly admired the boldness of these women who spot grey, purplish or even green hues.  I wish I could turn my hair into a grey, lilac color but I am afraid to take the first step as I am unsure if it would look good on me or not.  What about you?  Are you bold enough to experiment a glossy, multidimensional hue?  Some of the hottest hair color trends for the year include grey, green, purple to lavender.  Boy, these shades are so pretty, especially smokey lilac.  It is a little grey in tone with purplish hue mixed in.  Kind of grungee, chic and a little glam and this shade looks good on long and short hair.

    It’s a little grey in tone, but with purple hues mixed in. It’s a little grungey, a little glam and very chic. It looks good on long hair and short hair.  Are you brave enough to change the color of your hair to this?  Well you know what? You can actually get some synthetic wigs and try on the style if you do not wish for your hair to go through some chemical styling.   The best place to get them is at Rechoo.com.   This online hair one-stop shop has a huge range of synthetic wigs, hair extensions and other hair accessories that are very affordably priced.  Their wigs come in a variety of colors, lengths, and textures to fit your individual style and needs.  Made with heat-friendly fiber, Rechoo’s hair products such as synthetic lace front wigs and clip-in hair extensions can create the look of your own hairline and offers the most natural appearance.

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    The lilac wavy hue is great for those who are craving a moodier hue.  This mesmerizing tint varies in tone from a pale silver-lavender shade to deep foggy violet. This look is completely phenomenal.

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     You may have spotted this gorgeous grey locks on celebrities like Rihanna, Kylie Jenner and more.  Not sure about bleaching your hair for this tone?  Just get this beautiful wig from Rechoo.com.  The easiest way to change your hair colour and length without any drastic decisions.  Wigs are the latest trend to rock the beauty world.  So hurry and kick off the season with a fresh, new do by trying out one of these synthetic wigs.

  2. DIY Dry Shampoo For Light Hair And Dark Hair

    September 26, 2017 by barbara

    You know how expensive it can get to buy dry shampoo from the store.  I stumbled upon this DIY method from musely.com.  It is very easy to make and only cost less than $5.  Here are the step by step guide.  Just store the dry shampoo in a small bottle and use a brush to dab it onto the hair or use an old spice jar.

     

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  3. Ways To Color Your Hair Without Using Hair Dye

    September 20, 2017 by barbara

    Want a natural way to color your hair? Here are some tips :-

    Pour 1/3 cup lemon juice in a spray bottle. Lemon juice is a natural lightener. Either get three lemons and squeeze out the juice, or just buy pure lemon juice from the store. If you choose to squeeze your own, remember to strain out the seeds.

    Brew two bags of chamomile tea. Like lemon juice, chamomile acts as a natural bleaching agent. Bring one cup of water to a boil and add the tea bags. Allow the tea to steep for five minutes, then add it to the lemon juice.

    Add in some cinnamon and almond oil. Adding these ingredients, which also contain natural lighteners, creates a super-bleaching cocktail for your hair. Get about one teaspoon of cinnamon and one tablespoon of almond oil and mix them in with the other ingredients. You may substitute coconut oil for the almond oil, if you like.

    Spray your clip in hair with the mixture. If you’re just going for highlights, only spray the areas you want to lighten. Otherwise, spray it all over your hair. Try to spray as evenly as possible to avoid patchiness.

    Sit out in the sun for a while. You’ll need to stay in the sun for about one to two hours. The reason for this is that the lightening process needs heat. Be sure to use sunscreen so that you don’t burn.

    Gather some flowers. You’ll need half a cup of calendula flowers or marigold petals, as well as two teaspoons of hibiscus petals. If you don’t have any in your garden, you can find them in herbal shops or some health food stores.These flowers are known for bringing out the red tones in hair. For redder hair, add more hibiscus petals.

    Bring two cups of water to a boil. Add in the flowers and bring it down to a simmer. Allow it to stew for a minimum of thirty minutes. This allows all of the juices in the flowers steep into the water.

    Pour the mixture into a bottle. Use a strainer to separate the flowers from the liquid. Keep it in the refrigerator. This helps to maintain its freshness.

    Apply it to wet hair. It’s best to use it as a rinse after a shower. Then, sit out in the sun and allow your hair to dry. Use it every day until you achieve your desired shade of red. An herbal rinse such as this works progressively. That is, the color intensifies with repeated use.To maintain your color, simply reapply the mixture every few days.

    Make the coffee. Coffee contains a natural brown pigment. Measure one cup of water and add a tablespoon of coffee. Brew as normal, then allow it to cool for thirty minutes. If you want to condition your hair at the same time, add a tablespoon of olive or coconut oil.

    Apply the coffee. Make sure that you cover your entire head with the stuff. It may be helpful to comb it through after putting it in your hair. This helps the color deposit evenly throughout your hair.

    Cover your hair weave with plastic wrap. You can also use a plastic bag with a rubber band to hold it in place. Keep it on for at least one hour and thirty minutes. The longer you leave it in, the darker your hair will become. The reason for this is that the plastic traps your body heat it at your scalp. Heat opens the cuticle of the hair shaft, allowing color to be deposited.

    Rinse your hair with water. Do not shampoo your hair. Simply rinse the coffee off with water. If you didn’t add in the olive or coconut oil, you can use a conditioner in your hair after you rinse out the coffee.


  4. Best Hair Color For This Season

    September 12, 2017 by barbara

    Planning to give your hair a new fresh look?  Blond ombre hair is all the rage this year and the shades will be slightly cooler. Light ombre hair colors are pretty versatile. They work great for short as well as long haircuts.  So, are you ready to go to a salon and get your hair dyed in the trendiest shades?

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  5. How To Tie PigTails Differently

    August 25, 2017 by barbara

    I spotted this cool new way of tying pigtails in Pinterest.  Give it a try if you are tired of the same old style of tying your hair.

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