Professional advice on maintenance — and Zoom-friendly styling — for when you can’t get to a salon.
We’ve been told that if we stop washing our hair, it will get better. This works for almost no one.
Nothing is better than a good hair day, you know? Those days when you glance in the mirror and everything is falling just right. A fantastic hairstyle is awesome, but the real secret to a good hair day is the health of your hair.
There is a reason you may be seeing more beards these days on TV or the street. It has nothing to do with a resurgence of Victorian aesthetics, a mass outbreak of folliculitis or the conquest of the U.S. by hipsters.
The embrace of cheek-fuzz is actually part of a world-wide hair-a-thon to raise money for cancer charities.
Can your diet affect your hair? Yes! Discover the culprits behind dull, lifeless locks and learn what to eat for stronger, healthier hair.
Common problems affecting the hair and scalp include hair loss, infections, and disorders causing itching and scaling.
Many of you already know teas (specifically black and green teas) are high in antioxidants; in fact, some studies indicate that green and black teas may have 10 times the amount of antioxidants found in fruits and vegetables. But did you realize that tea can be beneficial to your hair growth and used as a natural highlighter/colorant?
Are those locks fried and frizzy? Dry and damaged? Here’s how to take care of your mane.
Scalp conditions vary from simple (like dry, flaky scalp or scalp acne) to serious (an irregular mole, a rash).
Brunettes, blondes and redheads all have something to beware, from thinning and balding to an increased risk of certain diseases. Dr. Oz decodes the secret warning signs of what hair color can mean for your health.
A dermatologist investigates...
Why does your hair stop growing? How come your hair looks different when you travel?
Your hair has its own set of rules about health, and we spoke to experts to find the answers to common hair health questions so you can keep your locks beautiful and healthy.
TWEEZE, SHAVE, CHEMICAL cream, wax or electro-zap: Humans have come up with a pharmacy's worth of ways to deforest their bodies of natural hair.
Yet, to evolutionary biologists, humans are amazing not because they have so much hair, but because they have so little. Whereas our ancestors once sported full-fur suits, Homo sapiens today are almost embarrassingly naked.
Once those strands turn gray, they never go back.
The reason I took us back to sixth grade history was to make a comparison between how the flooding of Nile river promoted the growth of countless varieties of vegetation and how adequate blood flow to the scalp will promote healthy (and perhaps faster) hair growth.
Keep this in mind the next time you think you are having a bad hair day.
When it comes to having healthy, beautiful hair, you need to start from the inside out. Just like your skin appearance reflects a healthy diet, so does your hair.
Our mission is to develop the concept and promote the importance of hair health, educate the public, and coordinate and gather the unique expertise of various hair-related organizations to serve this mission.
I started this blog to archive advice on achieving healthy growing hair. In time, it extended into skin care, the health of our body, and a healthy soul. I am no expert ... Just an amateur researcher blogging for the love of black hair and health. I hope you enjoy your time in this corner of the World Wide Web!
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Men, especially older men, are the ones who are most likely to lose their hair. This kind of hair loss is called androgenetic (say: an-dro-jeh-neh-tik) alopecia, also known as male-pattern baldness. It's the most common type of hair loss and it doesn't affect kids. This type of baldness runs in families and happens when people get older. So why do some kids lose their hair? A kid's hair may fall out if he or she uses harsh chemicals to dye, bleach, straighten, or perm the hair. Even drying hair with very high heat can hurt it and cause it to fall out.
As an official global charity, Movember’s vision is to have an everlasting impact on the face of men’s health. During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of millions of moustaches on men's faces around the world. Through the power of the Mo, vital funds and awareness are raised to combat prostate and testicular cancer and mental health challenges.
No-Shave November is a unique way to raise cancer awareness. What better way to grow awareness than with some hair? Show your support and give back.
The ORIGINAL chemistry that multiplies bonds and cross-links broken bonds. There can only be one!