hair is really dry help?

August 12th, 2011

Question by lauren kelly: hair is really dry help?
i used too straighten my hair every day last year but now that the summers here i do its once in a blue moon and i put heat protector on. now im never gunna straighten my hair again and i used to dye my hair using the box but now i healthyly get it done at the salon but my hair is always dry and no matter how much i cut my hair off i have split ends right now my hair is right above my shoulders and its really frizzy and wavy and i usuually style it by wetting it and putting mousse in it. soo ive tried salon conditioners such as moroccan kind i forget the others of tried herbal essences and garnier. iv tried cholestorol pantene yestocucumbers iv tried putting maynaise in my hair hot oil treatments jojoba oil olive oil spray. vinegar. everythimng i need help

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Answer by Iris Kay
Buy Hot oil treatments! this has worked for me cuz i LOVE to dye my hair, and i dye it red. and i am always dying it cuz the color always fades. i straighten and curl it and everything. and now like you since its summer and i style my hair like never lol. so yeah my hair was pretty damaged. thats when i went to sallys and they told me about hot oil treatments, and OMG my hair feels amazing i love it. i leave it on for 30 to 40 mins each time i put it on and my hair is awesome. oh and also by “one and only aragan oil” shampoo and conditioner, its a bit pricey but its worth it cuz when i use both my hair feels divine, i barley have split ends and my hair looks and feels healthy. so if it works for me it’ll work for you… oh and did i mention hot oil treatment helps your hair grow faster (:

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professional hair help!?

August 12th, 2011

Question by Phobee: professional hair help!?
I am a natural light brown, dirty blonde and i died my hair from the box to blonde. i like it until it starts to grow out and i sort of realize it looks kinda cheesy (orangey ish, and i used the cool tones too), not really fake but you can tell it’s not really my color. I’m sick of re-dying it and it’s costly.

i made an appt. in three weeks for highlights, in a perfect world i wish my hair was just natural so i can get it nicely done on top of my natural color. you can see the dye growing out and there’s a contrast, not a huge one but it’s noticeable (at least to me anyway)

question: should i dye my hair back to the natural color OR will the highlights sort of cover things up? (i’m only getting half highlights)

-i’m scared of dying my hair back because i feel like i won’t pick out the right color and i’ll end up dying it darker or something, i know i should get it professionally dyed back but i’m sort of on a budget.

please help!

also one quick question…i have Moroccan oil shamp&condish and the oil. i was sort of saving it until i get my hair cut because i don’t want to waste it on my already deadish hair, am i crazy to do this or is there some logic?

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Answer by ccitymama
If you already have an appt just wait till you get there then have your stylist match your natural color for your base and then put in the hi-lights but you really don’t want to put a box color on before hi-lights because they may not turn out right because box colors are really bad and can make more work for your stylist which could mean a bigger bill. So my advice is just wait it out I know how bad it sucks to have outgrowth but that’s the best advice that I can give. Use the shampoo and conditioner it will help your deadish hair not be so deadish.

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I have a specific scent or fragrance that i can No Longer find….it is” Moroccan Jasmine”????

August 12th, 2011

Question by : I have a specific scent or fragrance that i can No Longer find….it is” Moroccan Jasmine”????
I use to get it in th eessential oil from Kiehl’s of N.Y. but unfortunately they no longer carry it. Another was “Impulse’s Musk” which i believe is no longer available…these two fragrances wer/are so intoxicatingly beautiful that I long to have them back….perhaps this is in the wrong category…but here is my turf….and i highly laud anyone with a backround of fragrances which i nearly went into , now i could kick myself…lol…so are yo ufamiliar with Morroccan Jasmine & Impulse Musk? (I REALLY HOPE SO!!!) They both respectively might have been sold to other companies and renamed…and any help would be great thanks in advance!!! WELL?????

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Answer by Robert B
It might be gone because it has whale product in it.

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Ways to strengthen hair?

August 12th, 2011
Moroccan Oil
by avlxyz

Question by Hanson Fan: Ways to strengthen hair?
My hair used to be very thick but I’ve noticed over the past 2 years, as well as my hair dresser, that it’s not as thick as it used it be. I also noticed that since I cut it, my roots are still very curly but the rest of my hair is almost wavy towards the ends. I use Moroccan oil, let it air dry or blow dry with a diffuser and I don’t brush or comb it when it’s wet. I’ve used the Biolage products and I like them but I feel like my hair is just getting thinner and thinner. I know it’s partly due to the fact that I have flat ironed it a lot but I don’t as much as I used to. Are there ways to help strengthen it?

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Answer by lisalondon1950
Do not flat iron your hair and also cut back on blowdrying it. Switch hair product brands. I suggest Lush, the products smell good and are better for hair.

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The Diversity Of Moroccan Cooking

August 12th, 2011
Moroccan Oil
by avlxyz

There are lots of cooking recipes and dishes of different cultures and nations but none is more unique and competitive than Moroccan cooking at all for the reason that they involve diverse cooking recipes and foods which would attract to your eyes beyond your imaginations. The diversity of Moroccan cuisines is that they are merger of several civilizations and countries over the centuries such as Berber, Moorish, Mediterranean and Arab. That is why Moroccan cuisines do have the influences of several civilizations and cultures, alluring your hearts beyond your imaginations. Today Moroccan cooking has emerged one of the most diversified cuisines due to the influences of Fez, Meknes, Marrakesh, Rabat and Tetouan all over the world. Moroccan cooking is truly known as the most unique cooking due to its diversified ingredients.

The truth of the matter is that Morocco yields a wide range of Mediterranean fruits, vegetables and steamy foods. The most commonly used meats of Moroccan are typically consisted of mutton, lamb, beef, chicken, camel, rabbit and seafood which have given the Moroccan cooking a unique and diversified shape in recent times. When it comes to flavors of Moroccan cooking, they typically involve: lemon pickle, cold pressed, unrefined olive oil, dried fruits. As far as the spices of Moroccan cooking are concerned, they are consisted of cinnamon, ginger, pepper, paprika, turmeric, cumin, coriander, parsley, sesame seeds, anise, saffron, and mint. Moroccans generally used heavy spices in their cooking.The structure of Moroccans meals is very unique and systematic. Generally they eat bread with every meal. A normal meal is consisted of a lamb or chicken. Besides, they eat plenty of hot and cold salads along with the meals. Moreover they eat plentiful fruits and vegetables in their normal routines. After the meal, Moroccans would definitely like to drink a cup of mint tea. Normally they eat with their hands. When it comes to dishes, there are several types of popular Moroccan recipes which are known as Moroccan Couscous, Moroccan Lamb, Moroccan Pastilla, Moroccan Tagine, Moroccan Harira, Moroccan Soup, and Moroccan Tanjia. Talking about Moroccan salads, they are mainly comprised of eggplant, tomato mixture, and finally taktouka (blend of tomatoes, green peppers, garlic and spices).
Another most fabulous aspect about the Moroccan cuisine is the usage of desserts. Normally they use desserts at the end of their meals.

There are lots of Moroccan desserts but the most commonly used desserts are consisted of Gazelles Horns, Halwa Shebakia, and Coconut Fudge Cakes. Then Moroccans eat lots of snacks and fast foods too. Finally the most popular drink of Moroccan culture is called as Green Tea with Mint. In short, we can say that Moroccans cuisines have today made their worth renowned due to their diversified food patters and recipes all over the world. Moreover all the Moroccan cuisines do have the influences of several cultures and civilizations over the centuries. Thus Moroccan cooking has become the last trend due to its diversified nature in the world today.

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Watts Moroccan Beauty Oil – 100% Pure Cold Pressed Raw Argan Oil

August 12th, 2011

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Is it bad to use all these products on my hair? (details inside?)?

August 12th, 2011
Moroccan Oil
by avlxyz

Question by 3Oh!3 <3: Is it bad to use all these products on my hair? (details inside?)?
Okay, I live in Japan where its EXTREMELY humid outside, so my hair frizzes up into a huge poof ball. But I use a lot of products for it so it will look better, is this bad?
All of the products I use are,
1. John Frieda Frizz ease Shampoo and Conditioner
2. John Frieda Root Awakening conditioner [to keep healthy]
3. This Paul Mitchell Color saver thing which i use one a week
When Im out of the shower,
4. Moroccan Oil [amazing]
5. John Frieda extra strength serum
6. John Frieda Weather Works creme [to keep it from frizzing kind of..]
7. Aveda Hang Straight lotion
8. aussie leave in conditioner
9. artec texture heat protectant and straightening creme

and when its dry and straight i just use a little hairspray, but i do tease my hair a lot too so a little more hair spray.
Is this over doing my hair a lot? Because I straighten it everyday or so because it STILL gets frizzy. Its slightly damaged not too bad but its not very managable.
Thanks if you answered :D
No i dont use it every day, about every 2-3 days when i wash my hair. And im not sure which to use ):
Im white, caucasion or how ever you spell it :P

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Answer by nikiloveskiki
i hope you dont use all of that everyday…
then yes your hair will be very damaged.
im sure you dont need all of it. try using one or 2 products instead of all of those, it’ll probly work the same.

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why do I have so much white stuff in my scalp?

August 12th, 2011

Question by Roxy: why do I have so much white stuff in my scalp?
ok, it is clean, I wash my hair as usual. But, even after I wash it it…my scalp always has white dandruff why???!! I use good products…e.g. Nexxus and Matrix, I switch them every two weeks, also I use Moroccan oil, its great for the texture…but my scalp is still dry…I also use Biosilk, I don’t have perms or color treated hair. I do press it, once a week. Please any ideas or suggestions will be greatly appreciated! Thank you!

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Answer by mybestnitemare
ok… moroccan oil first of all isnt gonna do anything with ur roots. please get that down.

just stop changing hair stuff so often.
and wash your hair better. scrub ur scalp…

and dont use biosilk if u dont have what its meant for…duhh

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My hair is still dirty after I shower?

August 12th, 2011

Question by Courtney Butler: My hair is still dirty after I shower?
After I take a shower, shampoo, and condition my hair. I blow dry it and flat iron it with clean tools. But, by the time I’m done I look at my scalp and it is covered with flakes of dirt. I don’t understand why because I wash it while scrubbing it with my fingernails for like 10 minutes than repeat and than condition. Could it because I have thick hair, because that is a cause of why it is harder to wash it and why it takes more time. But my scalp shouldn’t be this dirty after I just washed it within 2 hours. I didn’t do anything outside or productive, I actually walked around and cleaned laundry with a towel wrapped around my head for like half an hour. I use top of the line products (that are EXPENSIVE). I use the Moroccan Oil line shampoo and conditioner. They are too expensive to just use up in one wash to get my hair completely clean. Now, I don’t have to have squeaky clean hair. But when I wash it I don’t want to scratch it and end up with dirt under my nails after. It’s just gross. I hate it. Can someone please help. Is there a technique or product that helps dirt wash out completely. BTW i’m have ethnic (textured) hair.

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Answer by kash
youa a really think bristled brush like the one white ppl use [no offense!]
but make sure you reach your scalp and if that doesnt work you should try a different shampoo one that qives you a little tinqle!

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Curly Poof Hair that is Unmanageable!?

August 12th, 2011

Question by Greek: Curly Poof Hair that is Unmanageable!?
I straighten my hair sometimes but it takes a long time and its not good for my hair, so I started using Moroccan oil products which makes my hair not very curly but its very unpredictable and most times i still need to do something, I have tried moose the curls look nice but it just makes it poofy unless i use a lot which then it is brittle, Im getting a haircut soon and I was wondering if there was any haircut or product that can make my curls look nice (trying to have them like taylor swift but it would be really hard) Thanks!!

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Answer by Hogwarts_Vampire_Lover
First, get them trimmed a bit. Then you could possibly have your hair relaxed a bit or ask your hair stylist if there are any products they swear works. If nothing works, try the Helena Bonham Carter look. It’s so gorgeous.

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