It’s time for colorful dresses, paisley prints, and flirty hair styles. When spring comes around we want to enjoy the outdoors, eat light tasteful food and PARTY.
Let your spring style open up the door to a fun-filled season where you are able to live liberated. The 2012 Trends for spring include styles like the Top Knots, Slick back Ponytails, and BOLD.LIVE.COLOR. It’s your chance to have fun with yourself.
Look out for photos of all the spring styles and Stylist Insider Tips at http://www.facebook.com/groups/#!?groups136126586488109 Hair Under Construction Group (Facebook). Happy Spring Time!
Prom is the ultimate school party. Guarentee that your evening will go unspoiled by managing your resources, planning ahead, and perserving your evening with great photos. Remember, that this is an evening that you will remember; ALWAYS.
Your dress is chosen so now you must pick the PERFECT HAIR STYLE. Whether you are going to the salon or doing your hair yourself, it's always a great idea to plan ahead. Use your dress and accessories as inspiration when chosing your hair style.
Items to take to the salon:
1. Schedule an appoinment (2-4 weeks in before date of prom)
2. Take visuals of your desired style (include multiple views)
3. Take visuals of your dress and accessories.
4. Take the accessories you plan to incorporate in your style.
5. Wear a button-up or zipped shirt for easy removal after service.
1. Consider time. If you are doing your hair yourself, make sure to start in plenty of time (3 hours-45 mins before getting dressed).
2. Choose a style that is not difficult for you to achieve. (sophisticated sleek pony, loose bun, or french twist)
3. Use hair accessories that will give your look a professional feel. (be careful to not go overboard)
Are you being accompanied by little white flakes everywhere you go? You may be experiencing DANDRUFF. Dandruff is the shedding of the scalp that leaves white flakes on the scalp and in the hair. Those loose flakes rain down to your neck and shoulders often covering your clothes. Dandruff is typically non harmful and causes little to no discomfort. If you realize that you are experiencing discomfort you may not dandruff and you could be worsening the condition you do have.
What are the other scalp conditions that you should be aware of? There’s Cradle Cap which is most prevalent in babies; Ringworm, a circular patterned infection of the skin; Psoriasis, which is a chronic skin disorder; Seborrhea, a form of eczema; Folliculitis, infection of the hair follicles; and Contact Dermatitis, inflammation of the skin.
Each of these scalp conditions could appear to be dandruff because of the flakes that they leave behind. These conditions are however, much more severe and will cause some form of pain and maybe even hair loss if misdiagnosed or untreated. With the assistance of a medical professional you can easily diagnose your condition. Once you identify your issue, then you will be ready to seek out a professional hair care provider that can lead you to products or natural remedies that will repair your scalp. Be aware that you may also be instructed by your medical professional to take antibiotics or use topical creams to cure or lesson the symptoms that you are experiencing.
The sooner you tackle your condition the quicker you can get back to appearing in public solo. No one should have to experience public ridicule or personal embarrassment for issues that are reversible. Like Hair Under Construction Group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/#!?groups136126586488109 for Prevention techniques and Remedies to all the scalp conditions mentioned above.
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