Sunday, June 20, 2010

What's a good iron to make your hair wavy like this?! Helpp please.?

Please help. I need to know a good iron to use to make my hair wavy like the picture below.

Best answer!


What's a good iron to make your hair wavy like this?! Helpp please.?

try a REMINGTON Hair Iron or

What's a good iron to make your hair wavy like this?! Helpp please.?

that looks like its just scrunch dried .. i dont think they make irons to do that .. thats just beachy waves, you can buy a pomade that will help you achieve that look, it will take some practice but its not hard.

What's a good iron to make your hair wavy like this?! Helpp please.?

check the links below for beauty tips to:-- * Layered hairstyle- how to do-

Wavy hairstyles-How To Give Your Hair 'Beachy,' Sexy Waves

Homecoming Hair ideas?

Ok my hair is just past my shoulders and VERY wavy and thick...very! Its hard to do anything with it. I was wondering if someone could give me some ideas for how I should wera my hair to homecoming considering my hair "complications" lets call them.

Also, pictures would be great!

Homecoming Hair ideas?

I think hair is a filamentous outgrowth of protein, found only on mammals. It projects from the epidermis, though it grows from hair follicles deep in the dermis. Although many other organisms, especially insects, show filamentous outgrowths, these are not considered "hair". So-called "hairs" (trichomes) are also found on plants. The projections on arthropods, such as insects and spiders are actually insect bristles. The hair of non-human mammal species is commonly referred to as fur. There are varieties of cats, dogs, and mice bred to have little or no visible fur. In some species, hair is absent at certain stages of life.

The primary component of hair fiber is keratin. Keratins are proteins, long chains (polymers) of amino acids.



* 1 Human hair

o 1.1 Body hair

o 1.2 Head hair

o 1.3 Types of hair

o 1.4 Growth

o 1.5 Texture

o 1.6 Aging

o 1.7 Pathological impacts on hair

o 1.8 Width

* 2 Cultural attitudes

o 2.1 Head hair

o 2.2 Body hair

o 2.3 Hair as business factor

* 3 Social role of hair

o 3.1 Hair as indicator

o 3.2 Growing and removing

o 3.3 Hair, power, punishment and status

o 3.4 Concealing and revealing

* 4 See also

* 5 References

* 6 External links

[edit] Human hair

[edit] Body hair

Historically, several ideas have been advanced to describe the reduction of human body hair. All were faced with the same problem that there is no fossil record of human hair to back up the conjectures nor to determine exactly when the feature evolved. However, recent research on the evolution of lice suggests that human ancestors lost their body hair approximately 3.3 million years ago.[1]

Savanna theory suggests that nature selected humans for shorter and thinner body hair as part of a set of adaptations to the warm plains of the savanna, including bipedal locomotion and an upright posture. There are several problems (including balding) with this theory, not least of which is that cursorial hunting is used by other animals that do not show any thinning of hair.

Another theory for the thin body hair on humans proposes that Fisherian runaway sexual selection played a role here (as well as in the selection of long head hair). Possibly this occurred in conjunction with neoteny, with the more juvenile appearing females being selected by males as more desirable; see types of hair and vellus hair.

The aquatic ape hypothesis posits that sparsity of hair is an adaptation to an aquatic environment, but it has little support amongst scientists and very few aquatic mammals are, in fact, hairless.

In reality, there may be little to explain. Humans, like all primates, are part of a trend toward sparser hair in larger animals; the density of human hair follicles on the skin is actually about what one would expect for an animal of equivalent size[2]. The outstanding question is why so much of human hair is short, underpigmented vellus hair rather than terminal hair.

[edit] Head hair

Young Girl Fixing her Hair, by Sophie Gengembre Anderson

Young Girl Fixing her Hair, by Sophie Gengembre Anderson

Head hair is a type of hair that is grown on the head (sometimes referring directly to the scalp)[citation needed].The most noticeable part of human hair is the hair on the head, which can grow longer than on most mammals and is more dense than most hair found elsewhere on the body. The average human head has about 100,000 hair follicles. [1] Its absence is termed alopecia, commonly known as baldness. Anthropologists speculate that the functional significance of long head hair may be adornment, a by-product of secondary natural selection once other somatic hair had been lost. Another possibility is that long head hair is a result of Fisherian runaway sexual selection, where long lustrous hair is a visible marker for a healthy individual (with good nutrition, waist length hair鈥攁pproximately 1 meter or 39 inches long鈥攚ould take around 84 months, or about 7 years, to grow). Each follicle can grow about 20 individual hairs in a person's lifetime. [2] Average hair loss is about 100 strands a day. The average human scalp measures approximately 120 square inches (770 cm虏). These values are also reported by Desmond Morris[3] although it is not clear if these are applicable to both men and women.

Average number of head hairs (Caucasian) [3]

color number of hairs diameter

Blonde 146,000 1鈦?500th to 1鈦?00th inch 17 to 51 micrometers

Black 110,000 1鈦?00th to 1鈦?50th inch 64 to 100 micrometers

Brunette 100,000 variable variable

Red 86,000 variable variable

Traditional Hopi hair style, photo by Edward S. Curtis, 1922

Traditional Hopi hair style, photo by Edward S. Curtis, 1922

[edit] Types of hair

Humans have three different types of hair:

* Lanugo, the fine hair that covers nearly the entire body of fetuses

* Vellus hair, the short, fine, "peach fuzz" body hair that grows in most places on the human body in both sexes

* Terminal hair, the fully developed hair, which is generally longer, coarser, thicker, and darker than vellus hair.

[edit] Growth

Distribution of androgenic hair on female and male body

Distribution of androgenic hair on female and male body

Different parts of the human body feature different types of hair. From childhood onward, vellus hair covers the entire human body regardless of sex or race except in the following locations: the lips, the palms of hands, the soles of feet, certain external genital areas, the navel and scar tissue. The density of the hairs (in hair follicles per square centimeter) varies from one person to another.

The rising level of male hormones (androgens) during puberty causes a transformation process of vellus hair into terminal hair on several parts of the body. The hair follicles respond to androgens, primarily testosterone and its derivatives; the hair in these locations can be thus termed androgenic hair. The rate of hair growth and the weight of the hairs increase. However, different areas respond with different sensitivities. As testosterone levels increase, the sequence of appearance of androgenic hair reflects the gradations of androgen sensitivity. The pubic area is most sensitive, and heavier hair usually grows there first in response to androgens.

Layers of an individual hair

Layers of an individual hair

Areas on the human body that develop terminal hair growth due to rising androgens in both sexes, men and women, are the underarms and the pubic area. In contrast, normally only men grow androgenic hair in other areas. There is a sexual dimorphism in the amount and distribution of androgenic hair, with males having more terminal hair (particularly facial hair, chest hair, abdominal hair and hair on legs and arms) and females having more vellus hair, which is less visible. The genetic disposition determines the sex-dependent and individual rising of androgens and therefore the development of androgenic hair.

Increased body hair on women following the male pattern can be referred to as hirsutism. An excessive and abnormal hair growth on the body of males and females is defined as hypertrichosis. Considering an individual occurrence of body hair as abnormal does not implicitly depend on medical indications but also on cultural and social attitudes.

Individual hairs alternate periods of growth and dormancy. During the growth portion of the cycle, hair follicles are long and bulbous, and the hair advances outward at about a third of a millimeter per day. After three to six months, body hair growth stops (the pubic and armpit areas having the longest growth period). The follicle shrinks and the root of the hair grows rigid. Following a period of dormancy, another growth cycle starts, and eventually a new hair pushes the old one out of the follicle from beneath. Head hair, by comparison, grows for a long duration and to a great length before being shed. The rate of growth is approximately 15 millimeters, or about 鈪?inch, per month.

Photo of Statue with curly hair

Photo of Statue with curly hair

[edit] Texture

Hair texture is measured by the degree of which one's hair is either fine or coarse, which in turn varies according to the diameter of each individual hair. There are usually four major types of hair texture: fine, medium, coarse and wiry. Within the four texture ranges hair can also be thin, medium or thick density and it can be straight, curly, wavy or kinky. Hair conditioner will also alter the ultimate equation and can be healthy, normal, oily, dry, damaged or a combination. Hair can also be textured if straighteners, crimpers, curlers, etc are used to style hair. Also, an expert hairdresser can change the hair texture with the use of special chemicals.

Hair is genetically programmed to be straight, curly or wavy, and it tends to change over time.

For many years, it was believed that the shape of a person鈥檚 hair was determined by the individual hair shafts, and that curly hair was curly because the cross-section of the hair shaft was flatter and had more intertwined layers than straight hair, which was round. But scientists have determined that whether your hair is curly or straight is determined by the shape of the follicle itself and the direction in which each strand grows out of its follicle. Curly hair is shaped like an elongated oval and grows at a sharp angle to the scalp.

Curly hair has a different biological structure than straight hair. It tends to be much drier than straight hair because the oils secreted into the hair shaft by the sebaceous glands can more easily travel down the shaft of straight hair. People with very curly hair may find that this hair type can be dry, hard to manage, and often frizzy.

Hair, whether it is curly or straight, is affected by the amount of humidity in the air. It serves as a "truth serum" for the hair, forcing water back into the hair fiber and forcing hair shaft to return to its original structure. This may be more noticeable in somebody with curly hair because it tends to get frizzy when the humidity rises.

Hair texture variation is likely to have resulted from a significant event in human evolutionary history. Evolutionary biologists agree that the evidence suggests that genus Homo arose in East Africa approximately 2 million years ago. During this time body size increased in response to richer dietary intake. This increase was most likely a reflection of rapidly increasing brain size among members of this genus, which facilitated an increasing intellectual capacity that made more varied dietary access possible (i.e. via new hunting and scavenging techniques etc.). Jablonski et al (2004) postulate that as body size increase, it became evolutionarily necessary to expell heat from the body at a more rapid rate. As a result, humans developed the ability to sweat. They also lost body hair in order to facilitate sweat evaporation and hence cooling of the body.

[edit] Aging

Older people tend to develop grey hair because the pigment in the hair is lost and the hair becomes colorless. Grey hair is considered to be a characteristic of normal aging. The age at which this occurs varies from person to person, but in general nearly everyone 75 years or older has grey hair, and in general men tend to become grey at younger ages than women.

It should be noted however, that grey hair in itself is not actually grey; the grey head of hair is a result of a combination of the dark and white/colorless hair forming an overall 'grey' appearance to the observer. As such, people starting out with very pale blond hair usually develop white hair instead of grey hair when aging. Red hair usually doesn't turn grey with age; rather it becomes a sandy color and afterward turns white. In fact, the grey or white appearance of individual hair fibers is a result of light scattering from air bubbles in the central medula of the hair fiber. Some degree of scalp hair loss or thinning generally accompanies aging in both males and females, and it's estimated that half of all men are affected by male pattern baldness by the time they are 50[4]. The tendency toward baldness is a trait shared by a number of other primate species, and is thought to have evolutionary roots.

It is commonly claimed that hair and nails will continue growing for several days after death. This is a myth; the appearance of growth is actually caused by the retraction of skin as the surrounding tissue dehydrates, making nails and hair more prominent.

[edit] Pathological impacts on hair

Drugs used in cancer chemotherapy frequently cause a temporary loss of hair, noticeable on the head and eyebrows, because they kill all rapidly dividing cells, not just the cancerous ones. Other diseases and traumas can cause temporary or permanent loss of hair, either generally or in patches.

The hair shafts may also store certain poisons for years, even decades, after death. In the case of Col. Lafayette Baker, who died July 3, 1868, use of an atomic absorption spectrophotometer showed the man was killed by white arsenic. The prime suspect was Wally Pollack, Baker's brother-in-law. According to Dr. Ray A. Neff, Pollack had laced Baker's beer with it over a period of months, and a century or so later minute traces of arsenic showed up in the dead man's hair. Mrs. Baker's diary seems to confirm that it was indeed arsenic, as she writes of how she found some vials of it inside her brother's suitcoat one day.

[edit] Width

According to The Physics Factbook, the diameter of human hair ranges from 17 to 181 碌m.[4]

[edit] Cultural attitudes

[edit] Head hair

People from different cultures have invented various ways to arrange, or "style" their hair.

People from different cultures have invented various ways to arrange, or "style" their hair.

The remarkable head hair of humans has gained an important significance in nearly all present societies as well as any given historical period throughout the world. The haircut has always played a significant cultural and social role.

In ancient Egypt head hair was often shaved, especially amongst children, as long hair was uncomfortable in the heat. Children were often left with a long lock of hair growing from one part of their heads, the practice being so common that it became the standard in Egyptian art for artists to depict children as always wearing this "sidelock". Many adult men and women kept their heads permanently shaved for comfort in the heat and to keep the head free of lice, while wearing a wig in public.

In ancient Greece and ancient Rome men and women already differed from each other through their haircuts. The head hair of women was long and pulled back into a chignon. Many dyed their hair red with henna and sprinkled it with gold powder, often adorning it with fresh flowers. Men鈥檚 hair was short and even occasionally shaved. In Rome hairdressing became ever more popular and the upper classes were attended to by slaves or visited public barber shops.

Maasai warriors with their traditional hair styling

Maasai warriors with their traditional hair styling

The traditional hair styling in some parts of Africa also gives interesting examples of how people dealt with their head hair. The Maasai warriors tied the front hair into sections of tiny braids while the back hair was allowed to grow to waist length. Women and non-warriors, however, shaved their heads. Many tribes dyed the hair with red earth and grease; some stiffened it with animal dung.

Contemporary social and cultural conditions have constantly influenced popular hair styles. From the 17th century into the early 19th century it was the norm in Western culture for men to have long hair often tied back into a ponytail. Famous long-haired men include Ren茅 Descartes, Giacomo Casanova, Oliver Cromwell and George Washington. During his younger years Napoleon Bonaparte had a long and flamboyant head of hair. Before World War I men generally had longer hair and beards. The trench warfare between 1914 and 1918 exposed men to lice and flea infestations, which prompted the order to cut hair short, establishing a norm that has persisted.

It has also been advanced that short hair on men has been enforced as a means of control, as shown in the military and police and other forces that require obedience and discipline. Additionally, slaves and defeated armies were often required to shave their heads, in both pre-medieval Europe and China.

Long hair was almost universal among women in Western culture until World War I. Many women in conservative Pentecostal groups abstain from trimming their hair after conversion (and some have never had their hair trimmed or cut at all since birth). The social revolution of the 1960s led to a renaissance of unchecked hair growth. Hair length is measured from the front scalp line on the forehead up over the top of the head and down the back to the floor. Standard milestones in this process of hair growing are waist length, hip length, classic length (midpoint on the body, where the buttocks meet the thighs), thigh length, knee length, ankle length and even beyond. It takes about seven years, including occasional trims, to grow one's hair to waist length. Terminal length varies from person to person according to genetics and overall health.

A thriving salon culture in Detroit gave rise to the Detroit Hair Wars in 1991. Using the medium of human and synthetic hair, elaborate fantastical head pieces, such as spider webs, flowers and flying "hair-y copters", have been made by participants.[5]

[edit] Body hair

Mark Twain, Shirtless. A human male with body hair.

Mark Twain, Shirtless. A human male with body hair.

The attitudes towards hair on the human body also vary between different cultures and times. In some cultures profuse chest hair on men is a symbol of virility and masculinity; other societies display a hairless body as a sign of youthfulness.

In ancient Egypt, people regarded a completely smooth, hairless body as the standard of beauty. An upper class Egyptian woman took great pains to ensure that she did not have a single hair on her body, except for the top of her head (and even this was often replaced with a wig[5]). The ancient Greeks later adopted this smooth ideal, considering a hairless body to be representative of youth and beauty. This is reflected in Greek female sculptures which do not display any pubic hair. Islam stipulates many tenets with respect to hair, such as the covering of hair by women and the removal of armpit and pubic hair (see five physical characteristics traits of fitrah).

In Western societies it became a public trend during the late twentieth century, particularly for women, to reduce or to remove their body hair. The bikini and Brazilian waxing fashion as well as the sexual imagery in advertising and movies are major reasons for this development. This media trend began in the United States and is becoming ever more popular throughout other Western countries. It was also beginning to gain currency among men, among whom shaving or trimming one's body hair is sometimes jokingly called "manscaping".[citations needed]

[edit] Hair as business factor

Hair care for humans is a major world industry with specialized tools, chemicals and techniques. The business of various products connected with human hair has become an important industrial and financial factor in Western societies.

[edit] Social role of hair

Hair has great social significance for human beings. It can grow on most areas of the human body, except on the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet (among other areas), but hair is most noticeable in most people in a small number of areas, which are also the ones that are most commonly trimmed, plucked, or shaved. These include the face, nose, ears, head, eyebrows, eyelashes, legs and armpits, as well as the pubic region.

The highly visible differences between male and female body and facial hair are a notable secondary sex characteristic.

Hair has had social and sexual significance in a number of societies, as a sign of masculinity in men, and femininity in women when in the "right" place, and as a sign of effeminacy in men and unfemininity in women when in the "wrong" place. Where the right and wrong places are differs from one culture to another.

Portrait of a Woman, Alessandro Allori (1535 - 1607; Uffizi Gallery): a plucked hairline gives a fashionably "noble brow"

Portrait of a Woman, Alessandro Allori (1535 - 1607; Uffizi Gallery): a plucked hairline gives a fashionably "noble brow"

[edit] Hair as indicator

* Healthy hair indicates health and youth (important in evolutionary biology)

* Hair colour and texture can be a sign of ethnic ancestry

* Facial hair is a sign of puberty in men

* White hair is a sign of age, which can be concealed with hair dye

* Male pattern baldness is sign of age, which can be concealed with a toupee, hats or religious/cultural adornments. In modern times, it can be reversed in some men with minoxidil (marketed as Rogaine or Regaine) or finasteride (marketed as Propecia); see Baldness treatments

* Hairstyle can be an indicator of group membership:

o Metalhead long-hair for headbanging

o Beatle "pudding-bowl" haircuts

o Punk mohawk haircuts

o Skinhead haircut

o Mullet hairstyle

o Dreadlocks

o Emo hair where the bangs cover one eye

* Some groups, for example Sikhs and male orthodox Jews, never cut some or all of their hair

[edit] Growing and removing

* Romans, Greeks and shaving

* Hair as item of female beauty

* Hair length for men: Cavaliers and Roundheads, long hair in the 1960s, skinheads, mullets and other hairstyles, the uncut hair of Sikhs

* Hair length for women: trends and fashions

o The bobbed hair of flappers

* Hairy arms and legs, regional variations in hirsutism

* Depilation, eyebrow plucking, unibrow, etc.

[edit] Hair, power, punishment and status

French civilians shave the head of a young woman as punishment for wartime collaboration, August 29, 1944

French civilians shave the head of a young woman as punishment for wartime collaboration, August 29, 1944

* Samson and Delilah

* Shaved heads in concentration camps

* Head-shaving as punishment - especially for women with long hair.

* Military haircuts, monastic tonsures

* Extremely long hair of some Indian holy men

* Regular hairdressing as sign of wealth

* The dreadlocks of the Rastafari movement

* Own removal of hair in order to liberate oneself from their past, usually after a trying time in one's life.

* Tightly curled Afros are sometimes worn among Blacks as a symbol of racial pride

* Flappers of the 1920s cut their traditional long hair into short Bob cuts to show their independence and sexual freedom.

* Hippies of the 1960s grew their hair long in order to illustrate their distance from mainstream society. The film Easy Rider (1969) includes the description of one Hippie forcibly having his head shaved with a rusty razor to indicate the intolerance of some conservative groups towards the Hippie movement.

[edit] Concealing and revealing

* Keeping women's hair hidden: headscarves, the hijab in Islam, head-shaving and wigs in Orthodox Judaism etc.

* Keeping men's hair hidden: the turban in Sikhism

* Displaying women's hair: hair fashions in Western society

* Displaying men's hair: facial hair in Islam, ringlets in Orthodox Judaism

* Hair ornaments

* Keeping pubic hair hidden or shaven

In Hindu culture, it is believed that the base of the hair shaft contains certain hormones that stimulate the opposite sex. This, combined with the notion that the woman's hair is the most attractive part of her body, was the reason behind tonsuring (shaving) of a woman after her husband's death, so that no person would be attracted to her and thereby secure her chastity. This is the reason why the son tonsures his head after his parents' death, it instills a sense of detachment from worldly pleasures in him for the duration of mourning.

Homecoming Hair ideas?

have your stylist flat iron the whole thing then go through it with a large barrel curling iron taking large sections and twisting them around the barrel of the iron instead of clamping them in the iron itself (does that make sense?) then take some of the peices near the front hair line and pin them in the back, but keep the peices looking loose near the front you don't want it to look too tight or "pagenty", keep it soft and natural and play up the natural texture of your hair. it'll be easier to maintin throughout the night and if you get sweaty from dancing or if peices come loose then you won't have frizz popping out every where like if it where too "styled"

Homecoming Hair ideas?

get some bobby pins and part your hair to the side ......then

pul your hair up into a low pony tail where its still parted and leave a strand down and curl it and................walla! low ponytail and curled strand or two on the sides.

New hair-style?

I'm 17, 18 in about a month. I've had the same sort of hairstyle for like 2 years and im really bored of it. Can anyone give me any ideas on how to have it?

I have dark-ish brown hair currently with blonde highlights.. Pictures of hairstyles or Mens Hair Catalogues would be a help!!

Thanks in advance!!

New hair-style?

As a stylists, I would say grow it out, if it's short, w/ some layers. If it's long, then cut it short(fades are really in right now).

New hair-style?

thanks, I hoped my answers helped Report It

New hair-style?

Like this

4th row down

2nd one across

New hair-style?

Get it cut medium shortish and ask them to really chip into it and give it some texture, then get some wax/clay and just mess it up....and lose the highlights, your nearly an adult now!

New hair-style?

part on one side or the other, out of your eyes %26amp; down only to the bottom of your ears.

New hair-style?

Short messy look, but different lengths

New hair-style?

Spikes. Not organised though. I would probably get some gel or wax and spike your hair front and back but keep it flat at the sides. I wouldn't spend too long on it or it looks like you are very vein when you have like perfectl organised spikes. You want it messy but spiky in my opinion. It really depends on how long your hair is.

Whatever you do, don't do that stupid emo fringe or aany of them stupid emo hairuts. Also, dont go for the chav - shave a 1 all over yor head but have a long organised geled fringe look as that also looks stupid. For some people, their hair looks better not styled, just natural.

(I don't know hat your current hair style is??)

New hair-style?

Maybe You could refrain from using the word 'like' when it's not called for, this isn't Sweet Valley High.

New hair-style?

ask your stylist

New hair-style?

Well take out the blond highlights.

Get all blond all girls like that!

Get V05 gel which makes your hair stick up!

And last

Happy Birthday in a month!

How do you make your hair really shine?

^That is a picture of my hair (same color, just one is taken with more lighting). Sometimes it is shinier than other times. Any tips for me? Thanks!

Oh, and if it helps, my hair is very long (to the small of my back, almost), and fairly thick. It's healthy split or dead ends.

How do you make your hair really shine?

Ok my hair is exactley the same when you flat iron it or whatever you do y oit even if you just brush it and go, you should look for a hairspray called: "Aquage". its in a blue can and is says on the bottom, "beyond shine" ask about it at a beauty store or salon. A lot of salons have it. My mom works at a salon but as the receptionist but the girls who work their give her all this cool stuff to use. i use "Aquage" all the time. it is awesome!! the best stuff you can use! if you live around niles ohio, like in trumbull county, or something, try to go to Tara Mia spa and salon. there is one in cleveland too. Look it up on mapquest to see if Tara Mia is in your area. But deffinately ask your local salons about it and try at Target or any stores as well!! "Aquage" works awesome my hair is thick and long as well. If you can't find "Aguage" try "Garnier Fructis" "sleek and shine waitless anti-frizz shine serum" or brilliantine shine cream gel" they work awesome just as well. its all great stuff!! You can find the "Garnier Fructis" stuff at Target or other simple places as well!! Hope that helps a lot!!

How do you make your hair really shine?

Hey thanks super-glad I helped you out!! Report It

How do you make your hair really shine?

Use a oil glosser made out of tea tree oil so it wont be all greasy

How do you make your hair really shine?

Try the Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine system. Shampoo, conditioner, gel, or styling "milk." It really improves your hair. After I used it, I noticed my hair was softer, it moved around more and so much shinier!

How do you make your hair really shine?

um oil glosser.

How do you make your hair really shine?

it sounds gross but mayonaise. not like miracle whip lol but actual mayo. if you live in the south id get dukes. or if not then kraft mayo.

How do you make your hair really shine?

Many shampoo's help with shine. Pantene offers something called ice shine and it really does work. Good luck

How do you make your hair really shine?

btush it ALOT,wash it every night w/ the best prouduct out there

How do you make your hair really shine?

The easiest way is to wash it in cold water. You can also do at-home hot oil treatments, leave-in conditioner, or hair masks--you can look at places like The Body Shop, Bath and Body Works, or Rite-Aid/other drug stores for these types of products.

How do you make your hair really shine?

Rinse it in cold water, Brush it before you go to bed at night also get shampoon and conditioner with shine:)

How do you make your hair really shine?

silicone, you can buy it at salons, it gives unbelievable shine and its not greasy, it also smooths split ends

How do you make your hair really shine?

-Fructis Garner Products

-Leave conditioner longer than you usually do.

-Believer it or not...avocado my friend!It sounds crazy but it helps.The more rotten the better.

How do you make your hair really shine?

Shampoo your hair and apply Silk-n-Shine conditioner.It works for me.Might help you.

How do you make your hair really shine?

use pantene pearl shine shampoo or whatever it is...

it works...

or for a quick fix, rub an ice cube (before it starts melting) onto your hair..sounds crazy, but it works!

hope i helped.

How do you make your hair really shine?

i put mayo in my hair for 5-10 mins and then i wash it out.

How do you make your hair really shine?

I've heard that you can put olive oil on it when you get out of the shower. I've never tried it though. I use Kenra brand silkening mist. It gives my hair a natural shine. It's comes in a "can" with a top like hairspray. You can get it at most salons. I hope I helped

How do you make your hair really shine?

aside from using gloss and all, try washing your h air with vinegar before'll help your hair become silky smooth and shiny.


How do you make your hair really shine?

wash it in cold water

How do you make your hair really shine?

spray it with some spam ^_^

How do you make your hair really shine?

try mark. salon straight shine spray with invigorating orange. it makes my hair really shine but not greasy at all since it comes in a spray rather than an oil.

check it out online at

hope this helps!

How do you make your hair really shine?

Paul Mitchell's Super Skinny Serum

How do you make your hair really shine?

You can get good shampoo with silk or satin or pearls in it Herbal Essences has hte best kind it keeps your hair happy and shiny

How do you make your hair really shine?

Cut it and use Pantene Ice Shine

How long does my hair have to be to cornrow?

im mixed with black and white so my hair is curly but not really tight curls

as of right now my hair is a little over 3"

here is a link to a picture of my hair:

How long does my hair have to be to cornrow?

My older brother started to do his at about the same length as yours and well it looked good but it will look a lot better if you grow it a little more,he left his to grow and well it's shoulder length now,he has curly hair and is about your complexion so trust me you'll look great with cornrows

How long does my hair have to be to cornrow?

i went to the african braider and she said it isn't long enough Report It

How long does my hair have to be to cornrow?

It looks long enough...

How long does my hair have to be to cornrow?

its long enough but it probably wouldnt be long braids. Dont let em stop at tha bac of yur head. U would look cute without braids2 be straight up. That would look better on you with a haircut.

How long does my hair have to be to cornrow?

one ur cute......and 2 thats is eenough hair to get it braided.......but if u really want to be sure id grow it a little more....cuz some braiders are picky but the lngth of the hair....bye! 鈾モ櫏鈾モ櫏鈾モ櫏鈾モ櫏

How long does my hair have to be to cornrow?

find a salon that specializes in braids and they will be able to do it.

How long does my hair have to be to cornrow?

check the links below for beauty tips to:-- * Cornrows-

Dying the 'tips' of my hair RED.?

I want to dye the tips of my hair vibrant red. I need a picture to give to my hairdresser of what I want done. Know any good sights with the pictures of what I want?

Dying the 'tips' of my hair RED.?

i know avril lavigne had black tips, just find a picture of her on google or somethin.

Dying the 'tips' of my hair RED.?

I think you should do something like this, not the length, but the color.

good luck, I can't see anything else!

Dying the 'tips' of my hair RED.?

Tessa Ludwick, Movie Surfers. She's the only person who popped into my mind.

Sonny Moore's hair in note to self music video?

if you dont know sonny is the singer in the band from first to last.

if anyone could get me a clear picture of his hair in that video from the side or something that would be great.

here is the link to the video:

Sonny Moore's hair in note to self music video?

These are the best ones a could find

srry if i posted one twice

Sonny Moore's hair in note to self music video?

Why does it have to be from that video? Just curious.

Sonny Moore's hair in note to self music video?

i cant get

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