Introduction Retro Back 1970 (RB70) is the newest hair care product of the Johnson Product line. The Johnson Product hair line of products was well known in the 1970’s for having the best products for African-Americans. Johnson Products had two divisions in their hair line. One was Ultra
In the late 1890’s Sarah developed a scalp disorder which made her lose most of her hair. To help her scalp she made a product called glossine. This hair care product helped treat
Throughout the decades, women’s fashion has evolved many times, each time creating a fashion stamp unique to that particular decade. One thing has remained the same and managed to remain a part of every era: hairspray. It is a cosmetic product that is meant to hold hair in its place. A lot of products we use today are may have unseen consequences to daily usage. A product I use almost daily is hairspray. I always knew hairspray was bad for the environment because of the aerosol that was in them would break down the ozone layer, so I began to look at a specific hairspray that I use just about every morning and night, Sebastian Shaper Hairspray, Regular, Styling Mist for Hold & Control. This specific Sebastian Hairspray product is not only
Stop the Usage of Chemical Relaxers For years, African woman have been the prime consumers of chemical relaxers. We all have experienced similar outcome from the substance. The main result we love most about it is that our hair is so easy to manage and is straighter without our natural curl pattern appearing. Even though we lust to have straight and manageable hair, we neglect to actually think about what this substance is doing to our hair, better yet our bodies and children. So, by questing that, I would like to share the benefits and non-beneficial effects of the chemical relaxer, and introduce the other alternatives for straight hair because women need to completely stop using chemical relaxer and open her mind to a safer and natural
There are some very good beauty products out in many stores that can help the appearance of someone, but there are some that may do more damage instead of help. These products that say that they are revitalizing the skin or putting more sheen in your hair may just be
Use Of The Hair Flattening Iron Has Impressive Results You Can Count On Get one of these Flat Irons and make an implication on the hair as there are improvements in quality of the hair follicles and impressive results are seen when this device is implied with use which is positive and actually looks to get you to change the way your hair is managed and you can just trust on the results as time progresses to get the best and most wanted assertions you care about.
In the fall of my junior year, while attending a Wella hair product education class, I discovered that I could combine my love of cosmetology and my interest in chemistry by becoming a cosmetic chemist. Over the past two years my passion for cosmetology has grown. I believe that I will always be involved in cosmetology in some capacity. By attending a cosmetology program I have been given a good foundation in the cosmetic chemistry field. In order to formulate successful products one needs to do a lot more than understand product formulation. One needs to consider the structure of the hair, what the product will do to strengthen the cortex, how it will affect the color under the hair’s cuticle. I see my cosmetology education as a unique tool that help me along the way to reach my
Chemical relaxers were used assimilate into white society. “America found the more European traits they had, the higher class they could be. The less apparent their African roots were - the more bleached and straightened their features were - the more refined (less savage) they could be considered. (The Oppressive)” This idea can still be seen in modern times and our perception of beauty is challenged. Black women often hear terms like “nappy” that degrades their natural state. This would cause them alter their hair through this extreme method.
Wen By Chaz promises red carpet-ready, full, healthy hair, just like celebrities Alyssa Milano and Brooke Shields. The 5-in-1 formula replaces multiple hair care products, making it ideal for busy women who don't have time to shampoo, condition, deep condition, and detangle each day. Wen doesn't feel like a shampoo, but that is because it does not contain the harsh sulfates found in other shampoos. Wen garners rave reviews, mostly from women, who say their hair has never felt softer, or looked healthier.
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Your hair is one part of your body that shouldn't be taken for granted for any reason. Most of us don't think twice about all the tension braids, hair extensions and other strenuous styles put on our hair's edges. Repeated use of these types of styling practices will ultimately result
Imagine finding a product that actually produces the results promised. The fact is that there are literally millions of hair care products on the market. It is very difficult to separate the fact from fiction in the hair care department. Women would like to know if a hair care product lives up to the claims before purchasing to save money. Well, in a recent article that appeared in Bustle, a woman's curiosity got the best of her. She decided to test the Wen by Chaz Cleansing Conditioner on her hair and share it with Bustle readers. Her results are the real facts and honest facts concering the Wen by Chaz Cleansing Conditioner.
We may not have ever met face to face, but I know something special about you. You want to shine from the inside out, develop a stronger understanding of how your hair works, and accentuate your own personal authentic, natural beauty. Ultimately, you’re interested in achieving a fuller, healthier mane.
So now here I am, frantically searching for something, anything to help my hair. Many articles I’ve read (and trust me, I’ve read a lot) have said to get a hair dryer that also comes with a diffuser. Somehow the diffuser is supposed to help with frizz within my curls, but I am not sure how blowing hot air into my hair is going to help it look nicer. With further research, I was told to get a daily styling product such as a leave-in conditioner, anti-frizz control sprays, a more curl-based conditioner, and anything I can get my hands on that contain the miraculous ingredient coconut oil. I’ve spent hundreds of dollars on hair styling products and nothing seems to help tame