I have struggled with my frizzy, coarse hair for as long as I can remember. It’s super thick, hard to manage, and a huge pain to style every single day. I blame it all on my parents. My Dad had a big ol’ Afro in high school, so I was either “blessed” with his hair genes, or the damage was done when my Mom spiral permed my hair over and over again as a child. Either way, my hair has been torturing me for as long as I can remember.
We all go through that phase in our lives when we’ve experimented so much with our hair that we suddenly find our beautiful tresses becoming dull and dry. If your hair needs a serious pick me up, a home-made coconut oil and honey hair mask can do the trick. This mask is perfect to provide great nourishment and some serious hydration to dry and damaged hair.
From India to Paris, hair has stolen all the runway shows this season. But, only the best looks make it off the runway to the streets and red-carpet. Here’s the haute-est picks for runway looks this season.
You are all set to party but you look in to the mirror and realize your hair is just a tad bit oily even though you washed your hair this morning. Definitely frustrating! Oily hair is not only an issue for you but also a problem for millions of women.
Bangs have definitely made a comeback this year, and it’s looking as if this trend might be here to stay. Whether you have a round face or a long face, the right bangs can compliment anyone. It’s a relatively simple way to give your face a complete makeover.
Accessorize! It’s what all the fashion gurus say is imperative for you to make a style statement. Here in Pakistan, girls believe the best accessory is one they already have- their hair. All you need to do is improvise: whether to wear your hair up or down, straight or curled, go natural or add in some color for some extra spunk.
Many African Americans have pulled, tugged, braided, weaved, relaxed, texturized and hot combed their hair since they were in kindergarten, maybe even before then. Our hair was tugged into tight braids until it reached that kinky turning point when our mom’s threw in the towel and broke out the Just For Me.
In India, long tresses are equivalent to beauty. So most Indian women are keen to maintain long shiny tresses that they feel would attract the attention of others. However, given the climatic conditions inIndia, maintaining long tresses is indeed a challenge.
As an American living in Paris, I soon learned the importance of beauty to Parisian women. From an early age, the French are taught to take good care of their hair. It’s quite common to see young girls in a hair salon perched on a chair getting their hair cut and styled next to their mom.
Long silky hair, generous curves, and a cranial cavity filled with tumbleweeds and glitter. Is that really what men want?
According to Millionare Matchmaker Patti Stanger, it is. Now ladies, before we sharpen our nails and get ready to hurtle Virginia Woolf literature at the screen, Patti also adds (to paraphrase): “Don’t hate the player. Hate the game.”
Our journey started two decades ago, when a chemist mother and her three daughters, all of whom pursued career in science began researching the best natural ingredients to restore and beautify hair. They understood the importance of a well-nourished scalp and healthy hair in playing a role in the overall well-being of the individual.
....Read moreIt has been a long and gratifying experience developing technologies that maximize the potential of natural ingredients. As technologies emerge and natural elements discovered, the company offers salon professionals and consumers, the latest in hair care products.
The company, now under the auspices of Boca Cosmetics Group, is based in the idyllic Boca Raton, Florida, where its products are sold in the USA and exported throughout the world.
Boca Cosmetics Group is committed to offer the finest products to salon professionals and continues to strive to educate consumers who value healthy, manageable hair.