_*Refresh slept-on curls with a few spritzes of leave-in conditioning mist.
*Most people's hair grows a 1/2 inch a month.Be careful what you ask your stylist for, if you are growing it.
*Use a crimping iron to achieve lift at your roots.
*Curl your hair when it's still about 5% wet. It's like using steam rollers
*Frizzy hair is simply crying for moisture.
*Use a metallic Sharpie Marker to add decorations to your manicure.
*Like your skin, your hair must also me protected from the sun. Always wear a hat in the heat of summer and consider using a sun protecting spray while at the beach or the pool.
* "How long should I leave the conditioner on my hair?" ~About the time it takes to shave your legs.
*Be honest about all previous color~we need to know if you did it yourself.
*Mix shampoo and water in a spray bottle to remove hairspray from surfaces in your bathroom
*Dirty hair is best on highlite day.
* The word HAIRCUT has a hurtful connotation to small kiddo's~say trim instead
*Love 'em or leave 'em: there are plenty of excellent stylists who would LOVE to have you as a client~don't stay where you feel unwelcome!
* Use hairspray on a toothbrush to control fly-a ways or unruly "baby hair" on your hairline.
* Applying styling aids to sopping wet hair will dilute them.
* Keep tweezers in the car, you'll see better in natural light.
* Back-comb your roots to camouflage that neglected highlite.
* Shave your legs with a 2in1 shampoo and conditioner combo.
*If you like someone's hair while out in public-be brave and ask where they get their hair done.Word of mouth is most valuable.
*Brush a little mascara over a hair on your face that is too light to see. You'll tweeze it easily when it is more obvious.
* Back combed hair holds a head band from slipping.
* Velvet backed head bands don't slip, either!
* A bit of flat iron might be easier on your hair than all the heat and pulling of round brushing your whole head.
* Allow your hair to air dry whilst you apply your makeup and eat breakfast. When you return to finish your hair, you'll have less drying time.
* Finish off each blow dried section with a shot of COLD air. Your style will last longer.
* Anti- friz serum, distributed evenly, will control those unruly fly-aways.
* Clarifying shampoo should be used weekly if you are using wax based products.
* Re-wet and style JUST your bangs for a quick exit in the morning.
* Round brushing your hair all forward is much easier on your arms.
* Translucent powder, sprinkled on your roots and brushed thoroughly, will help you look less oily.
*Change your pillow case often to prevent skin break-outs when using glossers on your hair.
* Wrap clean wet hair into a bun at the nape and sleep on it. The top of your hair will be smooth and the bottom wavy. NICE
* Insert roller clips at your roots while hair is wet. Hair will stand up nicely when dry.
* Avoid excess touching of your hair on curly hair days, as you will break the hold of your styling product and cause frizziness.
* DIY dry shampoo- flour.
* Velcro rollers add a lot of lift and smoothness-just don't get them stuck!*
Try a styling CREAM, rather that gel or mousse, to have a more touchable and less crunchy feeling hair.
* Loosen your natural curls with a large barreled curling iron. Randomly chosen sections- not your whole head.
* Drying your hair with a diffuser, only half way, will cut down on frizz.
* Rinse and condition hair instead of shampooing whenever possible- keep your natural oils.
* Pull your hair into a low pony-tail and add a brightly colored scarf to the elastic. Braid or bun with a pop of color.
*You don't have to wait until your hair is dirty to use a dry shampoo. Applied to clean hair - it creates tons of volume.
*Chewing gum strengthens your facial muscles, preventing sag.
*Hair matting up at the nape of your neck? Control it with a little shine serum.
*Get your children's hair done at your salon; teach excellence! Avoid cheap-o shops.
*Over tweezing may cause permanent hair loss.
*Hair left in your brush will pull out hair that you didn't intend.