Monthly Archives: August 2017


Having static hair can be such a pain especially when your taking photos and you don’t wait your static-ish hair to be the center of attention.


However, it’s so easy to fix static hair without having to spending 827482x of dollars on keeping your hair static free.


Here are some easy tips and items you can use on How To Deal With Static Hair


  1. Natural bristle brush – Sometimes all you need to do is to tame your static hair with a natural bristle brush. They are a great investment and help distribute natural oils throughout your hair.
  2. Metal or rubber combs only – Plastic combs are actually the worst things to use do deal with static hair and contribute to the static. Metal and rubber only!
  3. Silicone based conditioners – The silicone ingredient will help coat your hair and the static will become neutral from electric charge
  4. Avoid wearing rubber-soled shoes – Weird but apparently these help gravitate electric charge and contribute to staticky hair which allows you to get shocked when you touch something
  5. Hairspray – When you spray hairspray on your hair when its damp or wet, it can help get rid of the static
  6. Frizz Control Spray – You can easily purchase this anywhere at Target, Ulta, Walmart, Sephora, Sally’s, grocery stores and even drugstores. Now it’s just the matter of finding one suitable for your hair type.
  7. Lotion – When your out and about, you don’t want to be carrying a whole salon in your purse. A little easy tip you can do to prevent static hair is to simply just add some lotion and run it through your hair but of course.. use wisely!
  8. Dryer sheets – It’s an old trick in the books but it still works! You can rub them on your hair or even on your combs and brushes to help prevent flyaways.
  9. Humidify that room! – When you humidify your room, the moisture level with become greater instead of ir being dry which will help with the static!


Hope these tips help your static hair needs!

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There are many times I’m sure where you probably want to style and curl your hair but 1. You may not have a curling iron or 2. You don’t want to damage your hair because of the heat.

With that being said, now a days if you just use your imagination, you can curl your hair with products you already own right in your own home.

Here is a little breakdown on How To Curl Your Hair With Paper Towels

First you need to grab a brush, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, hairspray and of course, 1 roll of paper towels.

1. Start tearing up paper towels strips which should be ripped into 2 inches wide
2. Take 1 inch section of your hair and use your spray bottle with water
3. Grab a piece of the paper towel, take the bottom of your hair, wrap up the paper towel and roll it up all the way to the scalp
4. With each section of hair that is wrapped up in the towel,tie the ends of the paper towels together
5. Once you finish tying up all the paper towels together, you can sleep with them overnight
6. When you wake up and are ready to get ready, just untie the paper towels, spray some hairspray to keep your locks together and there you go!

Hope this little hair tutorial with paper towels helps out for your curly hair needs!
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Ever want to keep your hair out of your face but look cute doing it? Ditch the ponytail welcome BRAIDS! Half braided hairstyles are a must-have if you like easy ways to pull your locks back. You can enjoy all the beautiful simplicity of leaving your hair down without having to brush the hair out of your eyes… Check out these cute, simple hairstyles.

Double Dutch Braid Hairstyle

Snake Braid Headband

Four Strand Headband Braid

Half Up Braided Hairstyle

Double Half Braided Hairstyle

And remember to ALWAYS wear your Hidden Crown…

There are some major factors that influence your hair—genetics, age, hormones, nutrient deficiencies, and more—but what you eat is one of the few things you can do to control your hair’s behavior.

Almond butter contains a wide variety of nutrients—including protein, healthy fats, and certain vitamins—that have all been linked to hair health.

The benefits of tangerines affect your hair in two big ways: Its vitamin C content makes it easier for your body to absorb iron. The vitamin B12 in tangerines promotes hair growth, reduces hair loss, and slows down the graying process.

Greek yogurt is rich in vitamin B5 (known as pantothenic acid), which helps with blood flow to your scalp and hair growth.

Cinnamon smells like the holiday season and improves circulation, which brings oxygen and nutrients to your hair follicles.

Oats are rich in iron, fiber, zinc, omega-3 fatty acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids, which stimulate hair growth, making it thick and healthy.

Eggs are packed with a B vitamin called biotin, which helps hair grow and strengthens brittle fingernails.

Pistachios have been linked to helping with male pattern baldness, cashews have biotin, and walnuts contain oils that add to the amount of elastin in your hair.

Halibut has plenty of magnesium, as do several other types of fish.

Shiitake mushrooms are rich in copper, as well as seaweed and sesame seeds.

Without sufficient dietary protein, hair essentially goes on strike.

Trying to find the perfect haircut!? Let us help!

Figuring out your face shape isn’t all that complicated once you understand that there are only six shapes to choose from. Many of us make the mistake of thinking that our faces are “round,” missing some of the subtler angles completely.

To determine your face shape, pull your hair back in a headband or ponytail and analyze what you see in the mirror. Your pretty face should fall within one of six categories…

A gamine with spiky layers sliced all around the crown.

A collarbone-length crop with sweeping bangs and uniform layers.

An angular bob with short, chin-hugging layers.

Collarbone-skimming strands with slight bangs that hit at the cheekbone.

Long flicks provide a lovely frame to a diamond shaped face.

Until next time…
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If you’re starting to find your strands of hair are more abundant on the floor than your head, then, perhaps you need to learn some ways to deal with thinning hair you might not know about yet.

1. GET A TEST – One of the very first ways to deal with thinning hair you need to take action on is to have a test performed by your doctor.

2. GOOD DIET – If your diet doesn’t have enough protein in it, along with a broad range of nutrients, hair loss and hair thinning can become a problem quickly.

3. MINERALS – Iron supplements are not a good idea since they can cause various complications for many women, like constipation, however do be sure to eat plenty of iron for hair health.

4. THICKENING SHAMPOO – Along with the other tips recommended here, try buying shampoos and conditioners that offer thickening properties.

5. ALWAYS CONDITION – Along with the other tips recommended here, try buying shampoos and conditioners that offer thickening properties.

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Check out Bonnie B sharing another hair tutorial on how to blend your Hidden Crown Hair extensions with short blunt hair!

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Are you guilty of over-using hot styling tools to curl your hair? We realized that you can get the same amazing curls without ANY heat. Amazing, right? Hot styling tools can be one of the harshest things you can use to style your hair. Why? Because they instantly zap the moisture from our hair, leading to dry, brittle hair.

You can get big, bouncy waves and smooth, polished curls by setting your hair with items lying around the house and air-drying overnight while you sleep, instead of plugging in. Keep your cool this summer with these heatless hairstyling tricks…


  1. Headband: 
  2. Bobby Pins: 
  3. Soft Curlers:
  4. Braids: 

Click here to see how we naturally curled Hidden Crown Hair extensions….

So now that you’ve made this worthy splurge, it’s time to talk proper care on your Hidden Crown Hair extensions. To ensure a long-lived look, it’s essential to get the maintenance rituals for them down pat…


Why is it important to take care of your extensions?
They can damage your own hair and won’t last as long as they’re supposed to. It’s especially important to attend to the definitive needs of your particular hair extensions. The natural oils of your hair will not reach the tips of your extensions, proper care includes a daily brushing routine, hydration, and the use of natural products that avoid drying chemicals.


How do you take care of real human hair extensions?
It’s critical to wash human hair extensions with only sulfate- or paraben-free shampoo specifically on the roots. To help soften and detangle, try Bumble and Bumble Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil Sulfate Free Shampoo. Treat your extensions with care—no pulling or tugging. Try the Spornette Large Super Looper Brush. Last but not least, avoid hot tools as much as possible.


We have multiple videos on our YouTube Channel on how to care for you Hidden Crown Hair Extensions as well! CLICK HERE for more…


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Doesn’t it seem like hair stops growing after a certain point? There are women who have hair that reaches way down their backs, but for others, growing hair to that length feels impossible.

Poor Hair Habits

When your hair is damaged, your hair becomes weak and fragile.

There are several poor hair care habits that can lead to breakage of the hair such as excessive heat styling, over-manipulation from styling, chemical hair coloring, and bleaching.

These types of practices can add a lot of stress to hair that is already fragile, weaken your hair’s elasticity and can lead to breakage, thinning of the hair and severe hair damage.


Shorter Hair Growth Cycle also known as Genetics

We all have a unique hair growth cycle contributed solely to genetics. The hair growth cycle is constantly in rotation, and all of your hair never in the same phase of the cycle simultaneously. There is a phase of the hair growth cycle when the hair will become dormant until the cycle repeats.


Poor Diet & Lack of Exercise

They say you are what you eat, and if you’re filling up on a lot of junk, fried and greasy foods, your hair could really suffer.

Your hair also needs proper vitamins, minerals and nutrients in order to thrive and eating foods that are high in nutritional value such as fish, nuts, and green leafy vegetables will help your hair grow healthier and fuller.