Frequently Asked Questions About Hairstyling!

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Although hair styling is a big part of the beauty industry, there are still some things that people don’t know. 

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So Here Are Some Frequently Asked Questions About Hairstyling! 

 

I’m Losing My Hair. What Can I Do?

 

If you are already undergoing thinning hair, there are a few treatment options to consider.  First off, if you smoke or have recently quit smoking, this is your main cause of hair loss.  Secondly, make sure that you’re taking in enough protein and iron through your diet – if your hair isn’t getting the nutrients it needs to grow properly, then it’s going to fall out. Thirdly, minoxidil (Rogaine) or finasteride (Propecia) can help slow down the rate of hair loss. 

 

Fourthly, if none of these treatments work for you, a transplant might be necessary.

 

Is It True That You Should Avoid Brushing Your Hair When It’s Wet?

 

It is true that you should avoid brushing your hair when it’s wet because it can cause damage to the hair shaft.  However, you don’t need to avoid brushing your hair altogether – just wait until it’s dry. In addition, you should try not to use too many heat styling tools in terms of styling because they can also damage your hair.

 

Can You Dye Your Hair Too Much?

 

Yes – like most things in life, you can overdo it when it comes to dying your hair as well.  Excessive exposure to chemicals can cause damage and leave your hair looking lifeless and dull. If you already have dyed your hair before and want to keep up the color without damaging it further, make sure that you use a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner every time you wash your hair. 

 

You should also be using a deep conditioning mask once a week to give your hair an extra boost of moisture and shine.

 

I Have A Weird Cowlick In The Front Of My Head That Causes My Hair To Stick Out At A Funny Angle When I Let It Air Dry. What Can I Do?

 

Try using a sea salt mist spray on wet hair after washing it.  Sea salt sprays help add volume and texture, which will make your cowlick less noticeable while still allowing you to keep your natural wave.  If you don’t want anything in your hair, try setting it with rollers or curling irons after drying it – this will create natural waves without the use of any products.

 

I’m Trying To Grow Out My Hair, But It’s So Thin That I Can’t Get It To Grow Past A Certain Length. How Can I Make It Look Thicker?

 

If you’re trying to grow out your hair, the best way to make it look thicker is by using volumizing shampoos and conditioners.  You should also avoid heat styling tools as much as possible because they will damage your hair over time.

 

Finally, if all else fails, try getting long layers put in – they will take away some of the weight from all the hair around your face, giving the appearance of thick hair.

 

How Can I Make My Hair Grow Faster?

 

No one magical ingredient will make your hair grow faster – it’s mostly dependent on genetics. However, there are a few things that you can do to help promote hair growth.  First off, make sure to eat a balanced diet and get enough protein.  

 

Secondly, use a volumizing shampoo and conditioning dry hair, which will add thickness to your hair by coating each strand with thickening agents. Finally, avoid using too many heat styling tools because they can also damage your hair.

 

What’s The Difference Between A Leave-In Conditioner And A Regular Conditioner?

 

A leave-in conditioner is a lightweight cream that you apply to your hair right after shampooing, while a regular conditioner is applied before shampooing.  Leave-in conditioners are designed to be lightweight so they won’t weigh down the roots of heavy hair, while regular conditioners are designed to create moisture throughout your whole head of hair – not just at the roots.

 

What’s Better, Coloring Or Highlighting?

 

Both coloring and highlighting have their advantages. Coloring covers up the underneath part of your hair with a tinted dye without changing its color, while highlighting adds more dimension by applying multiple shades on the top layer of your hair.

 

Highlights are great for adding depth and giving off a more sun-kissed look.

 

How Does Going Blonde Change The Way My Face Looks?

 

Going blonde will immediately make your facial features appear smaller and more delicate. To balance out a small face, try wearing a dark lip, which is sure to draw attention to your lips and away from a small chin or nose.

 

If you want to play up your eyes, try lining them with an eyeliner – it will give them more of an almond shape and draw attention upwards towards the center of your face where your eyes are located.

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Kori is a late diagnosed neurodivergent mom. She is currently located in Albany, NY where she is raising a neurodiverse family. Her older daughter is non-speaking autistic (and also has ADHD and Anxiety) and her youngest daughter is HSP/Gifted. A blogger, podcaster, writer, and coach; Kori shares neurodivergent life in a neurotypical world while helping others to do the same. As an empath, HSP, and highly intuitive individual, Kori brings her own life experiences as an autistic woman combined with her adventures in momming to bring you the day-to-day of her life at home. Kori is on a mission to empower moms of autistic children to make informed parenting decisions with confidence and conviction.

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