• What’s the best hair color for us darkskin girls?

    Best answer: A warm honey, strawberry or or golden blonde will look stunning. Gold hair on deep colored skin is very striking. Same with golden browns and warm caramel browns. Stay away for cool ash browns and blondes. These colors can make darker skin look ashy and grey. I'm not a fan of burgundy (on any skin tone or... show more
    Best answer: A warm honey, strawberry or or golden blonde will look stunning. Gold hair on deep colored skin is very striking. Same with golden browns and warm caramel browns. Stay away for cool ash browns and blondes. These colors can make darker skin look ashy and grey. I'm not a fan of burgundy (on any skin tone or natural hair color) because it looks a little too fake. The warmer golds and browns say "my hair and I have been outdoors in the sun all summer" while a color like burgundy can say "I got my hair dyed!"
    22 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is a low ponytail still bad for your hair?

    I know that wearing your hair up in a regular ponytail is stressful for your hair but is a low ponytail bad too? Whenever I am home, I always wear a low ponytail (at the nape of my neck). I have noticed my hair is becoming gradually more and more thin so maybe tying it all the time is not a good idea? I can try... show more
    I know that wearing your hair up in a regular ponytail is stressful for your hair but is a low ponytail bad too? Whenever I am home, I always wear a low ponytail (at the nape of my neck). I have noticed my hair is becoming gradually more and more thin so maybe tying it all the time is not a good idea? I can try wearing it down and free but I want to know if that will even make any difference.
    19 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Help my long hair makes me itchy when I try to sleep ?

    Best answer: I loosely gather mine on top of my head w/ a claw clip as I can't stand it either (yeah weird for someone w/ such long hair) It also makes for easier brushing in the morning. If you want a little body you can also roll it on top of your head with a sock- just google how to roll hair on a sock) As long as you... show more
    Best answer: I loosely gather mine on top of my head w/ a claw clip as I can't stand it either (yeah weird for someone w/ such long hair) It also makes for easier brushing in the morning. If you want a little body you can also roll it on top of your head with a sock- just google how to roll hair on a sock) As long as you do either loosely on top of your head it is comfy and will not damage your hair
    22 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I don’t have time to shower, what do I do with my hair?

    So I washed my hair yesterday and put mousse in it, I slept with my hair up.. and now my hair looks like very messy and puffy and frizzy, what do I do??? I only have an hour
    So I washed my hair yesterday and put mousse in it, I slept with my hair up.. and now my hair looks like very messy and puffy and frizzy, what do I do??? I only have an hour
    25 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How to get my hair to be not so dry?

    I've been trying to eat healthy, drink lots of water I'm shampooing and conditioning on the regular, and I'm even putting a mixture of extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, and honey in my hair once a week and my hair still feels dry. What do I do?
    I've been trying to eat healthy, drink lots of water I'm shampooing and conditioning on the regular, and I'm even putting a mixture of extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, and honey in my hair once a week and my hair still feels dry. What do I do?
    17 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I dye my hair back to brown for ARMY basic training?

    Half of my hair is a slightly lighter shade of brown from the top half which is dark brown. Its really not all that noticeable, I think... But should I still dye it to be safe?
    Half of my hair is a slightly lighter shade of brown from the top half which is dark brown. Its really not all that noticeable, I think... But should I still dye it to be safe?
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I have hair on my toes and i'm a girl?

    Best answer: Perfectly normal. Girls actually have the same number of hairs as guys, but in most places they re finer. At 17 your hormones are at the highest levels they ll ever be, so some hairs show up.
    My daughter had hairy arms at 15. She hated it. She s 24 and, hormones having calmed down a bit, there are no hairs visible.
    Best answer: Perfectly normal. Girls actually have the same number of hairs as guys, but in most places they re finer. At 17 your hormones are at the highest levels they ll ever be, so some hairs show up.
    My daughter had hairy arms at 15. She hated it. She s 24 and, hormones having calmed down a bit, there are no hairs visible.
    34 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Wearing a shower cap and only washing body makes my hair stink and greasy what am I doing wrong?

    Because of this I don't shower until I need to wash my hair
    Because of this I don't shower until I need to wash my hair
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How much body hair should I shave (men)?

    I’m 17, and was always afraid to shave public and body hair because I didn’t know if guys my age were doing that yet. But I found out they were, so I plan to soon. But how much should I shave? I am really hairy there and on my butt, and it branches out in patches on thighs, the rest of my body hair is either... show more
    I’m 17, and was always afraid to shave public and body hair because I didn’t know if guys my age were doing that yet. But I found out they were, so I plan to soon. But how much should I shave? I am really hairy there and on my butt, and it branches out in patches on thighs, the rest of my body hair is either really short or not grown in yet. How much should I shave and where
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What to do with breakage in short hair?

    My hair is above shoulder length in a bob. I got it permed 3 months ago and there’s been some breakage, because I commonly see shorter hairs falling out everytime I run my hands through my hair or on my pillow after I wake. I don’t see any split ends and my hair just breaks off in half as a whole, I think. I read I... show more
    My hair is above shoulder length in a bob. I got it permed 3 months ago and there’s been some breakage, because I commonly see shorter hairs falling out everytime I run my hands through my hair or on my pillow after I wake. I don’t see any split ends and my hair just breaks off in half as a whole, I think. I read I have to trim it, but my hair is already so short! My questions are: -Is it possible to grow out the breakage until all the damaged ends break off? Will the hair left behind just grow healthily? -What can I do to prevent breakage without trimming? I don’t want my hair shorter than it already is. -Or can I grow out my hair till it’s long enough to trim the breakage off?
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should men dye their hair?

    Best answer: Do it. Try it once and see if you like it. I would get the easy wash-out kind first to make sure it's a color you like. The only time I think it's tragic when people dye their hair is if they are dying over natural red...so hard to correct and get their hair back to its original shade and every redhead... show more
    Best answer: Do it. Try it once and see if you like it. I would get the easy wash-out kind first to make sure it's a color you like.

    The only time I think it's tragic when people dye their hair is if they are dying over natural red...so hard to correct and get their hair back to its original shade and every redhead I've ever met, and I've known quite a few, have regretted dying it to begin with.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Will this restore my damaged hair?

    Will this restore my damaged hair?

    Best answer: "I’m 15 and all throughout my life I’ve been taught just to use shampoo and not conditioner. " I didn't use conditioner for 18 years, living in Asia, we also just used a bar of soap for washing our hair. Soap, is like gold there, we used it for laundry, dishes, everything for cleaning. The only times... show more
    Best answer: "I’m 15 and all throughout my life I’ve been taught just to use shampoo and not conditioner. "
    I didn't use conditioner for 18 years, living in Asia, we also just used a bar of soap for washing our hair. Soap, is like gold there, we used it for laundry, dishes, everything for cleaning.
    The only times I used conditioner was when I was dying and/or perming my hair in my 20's.

    "Recently my hairs been getting greasy quickly, my hairs frizzy and I have split ends." You've changed HOW you take care of your hair. You've changed shampoo & products. You've changed HOW you style your hair. Sounds to me, YOUR SHAMPOO is causing your hair to get greasy, I'd take it back. Try using body wash weekly and see if that improves your hair, and make sure your hair is fully dried before going to bed. I towel dry my long hair. Air dry some. While air-drying, I wrap the ends with a towel so they're not dripping everywhere, get dressed, have a meal, get online, clean the bathroom, etc. Then blow dry for 3-5 mins. Brush your hair (if they're straight), or finger comb to style. Done.

    Normal brushing, styling, can cause hair to get split ends, even healthy hair gets them.

    Hair products are NOT made of glue to fix, prevent, repair, reverse hair from getting damaged, or hair loss, or make them grow . . . . they are a $62 billion dollar business. They also do NOT give money back guarantee for damaged hair or hair loss caused by heat & chemicals - hair's worst enemies. • Hair products may claim one or more benefits, but usually they do not have scientific base.


    "No hair product can change the hair's biology," says Eric Bone, senior VP of global research and innovation @ L'Oreal USA. "Products that 'repair' them are like glue used to put a broken vase back together. At the end of the day, it's still broke," says dermatologist Paul J. McAndrews, MD, a clinical professor @ the University of Southern California School of Medicine. "Overall, products are a temporary fix, although some can help prevent damage. But your best bet is really to stop damaging hair, period."
    16 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Will my hair dye be successful?

    Best answer: You can't dye it. Dye can only make you darker. So if you wanted to go all brown, you would use dye. You will need to bleach it. The healthiest way to do this is to get highlights, and gradually get more over time. If you want to, you can go blonde in just a day, but it is more harsh on your hair. ... show more
    Best answer: You can't dye it. Dye can only make you darker. So if you wanted to go all brown, you would use dye.
    You will need to bleach it.
    The healthiest way to do this is to get highlights, and gradually get more over time.
    If you want to, you can go blonde in just a day, but it is more harsh on your hair.
    Talk with a salon about getting this done. Show them photos of what you want, and ask what would be best for your hair.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Hair thinning and breaking..?

    So last December I noticed my hair was breaking off midway down my head. Ever since then it has gotten thinner as well...I have been to the doctor and ask her about it and we did some blood work and I had som low levels but been taking supplements to help. Also, not been coloring my hair, doing hair treatments and... show more
    So last December I noticed my hair was breaking off midway down my head. Ever since then it has gotten thinner as well...I have been to the doctor and ask her about it and we did some blood work and I had som low levels but been taking supplements to help. Also, not been coloring my hair, doing hair treatments and everything you could think of to not damage my hair. It has grown out some but I feel like it’s not enough and sometimes I feel like it’s gettkng worse. I am only 22 years old, and my hair has always been so healthy no matter what I did too it and I never took care of it as much as I do now so what is going on??
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago