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Once you start getting a larger collection of wigs, you won’t be wearing the same wig every day...so what do you do with the other styles while you aren’t wearing them? Proper storage is vital to extending the life of your wigs, so here are a few ways to correctly store your wigs to ensure that they remain in their prime condition.

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One of the first questions I got when I started wearing a hairpiece was about my comfort level. Did it hurt, was it pulling at my natural hairline, and yet again, was it painful to wear a wig. The answer to all is no, but it can be uncomfortable if you don’t take the proper steps. Below are the most common reasons wig wearers experience scalp pain; and a few ways to get past that pain.

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Do you think you know everything about hair? Here, you will find 10 fun facts you may not know about hair.

1. Hair is mostly made out of keratin which is a protein in common with our outer layer of skin and our fingernails.

2. Hair may grow quicker in warm climates. Heat will stimulate circulation in the body as well as encourage hair growth. Besides, genetics and diet also play a role in hair growth.

3. The recently cut wet hair seemed longer, but it suddenly shrunk when the hairstylist blow-dried it. Don’t worry. Water stretches hair to be longer than it naturally is!

4. All the hair that we can see is dead. Only the hair that is still inside the epidermis of our scalp is not dead.

5. Black is the most common hair color.

1% of the world’s population has natural red hair.

2% of the world’s population has blonde hair.

Black is the most common hair color.

6. Hair contains information on what your bloodstream has contained in the past, thus hair is used as forensic evidence in trials.

7. As we know, people have on average 100000 to 150000 strands of hair on their scalp. Since every strand of your hair can support 100g, your entire head can support the equivalent of two elephants.

8. Hair is the second-fastest-growing tissue in the body.

9. Both blow-drying and water will change hair hydrogen bonds, thus they can change the shape of the hair. The water in the air not only changes the silkiness but also changes the structure of the hair causing some hair to become frizzy or puffy.

10. Cutting hair will not influence how fast it will grow. But, split ends will stop hair from growing. Therefore, it is recommended to cut the split ends when they arise.

Is it possible to make your beautiful and flawless curls last all day? Here are 5 tips to help you.

1. Let Curls Cool Down

Cool curls down and set before letting it go is an effective way to get your curls to stay. Secure each fresh curl (still keeping the curl shape) with a clip or a bobby pin. Heat will be transferred onto the hair strands if you wrap hair around the curling iron. Therefore, the shape of hair will be changed. So, if you want to make your curls last longer, you can cool your pinned curl. Once it is cooled down, it will allow the cuticle to close and set in place.

2. Use right hair products

You can turn to some right hair products to help hold the curls in longer. You can apply a tiny bit of mousse prior to drying your hair, or simply spray hairspray before and after curling, depending on what works with your hair.

Before applying hair products, you should do a heat protectant.

Don’t hold the hairspray too close to your hair.

3. Invest in good hot hair tools

High-quality hot hair tools damage your hairless, they heat up better, and good quality irons will last you a very long time.

4. Use the right barrel size

It is very important to choose the right barrel size. You can try using a 1” or 1.5” barrel, depending on your hair. With the right size, the curls not only look better but also last longer.

5. Trim hair

As we know, overly damaged hair (including split ends) doesn’t curl well. At this time, you can trim it.

You've no problem straightening your hair; getting that part down was easy. You look in the mirror, see that your hair passes the test, and walk out the door. But when the night is over, you walk back in and all of a sudden instead of you it's a frizz monster in the mirror looking back at you.

Method 1 The Basics

1. Grow your hair long. It's science -- the heavier your hair is, the more it will straighten out under its own weight. So if you want naturally straighter hair (not straight, straighter), grow it out. Shorter hair has more of a tendency to curl up.

2. Invest in a good blow dryer. The only reason those salons that only do blow-drying (seriously?) exist is because very few of us own a good blow dryer. It may seem silly, but "ionic" may not just be a marketing ploy. If you see it on the box, buy it. It may prevent further hair damage.

3. Nail down your blow-drying technique. You may think there's one way to blow dry your hair: point the blow dryer at your mop and go. But there's actually more to it to that and it's important that you do it correctly.


Method 2 As You Straighten

1. Wash your hair and blow-dry. Use your shampoo, conditioner, and straightening serum and follow your normal routine of lathering up. Bust out that nice hair dryer you just bought, the round brush, and get to work, starting from the nape of your neck.

2. Brush your hair out with a comb. This step may not be necessary if your hair responds well to blow-dryers and brushing. But if you have rather curly hair and tangles are common, give it an extra comb-through.

3. Straighten your hair a small section at a time. You may think you're saving time in the long run, but when you take large sections, you just wind up going over them again. Keep your sections to about 1" (2.5 cm) wide to get a more uniform, straightened-for-longer look. And you won't be exposing the strands to heat over and over -- just the one time.

4. Apply product. You've invested in a good hairdryer and a good flat iron, so it's high time to invest in some good products. Get a hair spray you know you like and some anti-frizz spray or gel that contains silicone.

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Curly hair is a great beauty asset, but it can be very difficult to style. For instance, it's difficult to cut curly hair in an interesting and attractive manner. If you are considering cutting bangs on your curly hair, be careful. Do it correctly so that your bangs look good whether they are blown out or allowed to dry naturally.

Dampen your hair using the spray bottle. It should not be sodden, but you should be able to easily comb through the hair. It is not necessary for the hair to be so wet that it hangs straight.

Arrange your hair as you would normally wear it. For example, if you part it on the side, then your part should be on the side now. This will help you see where your bangs will fall.

Pull the hair that you want to cut down across your face into bangs. Go easy at first. You can always cut more, but you cannot put hair back later.

Cut the bang slightly longer than you think that you want it to be. Depending on how curly your hair is, you might want to allow as much as an entire inch extra. When your hair dries, it will spring back into position. This is always an issue, even with straight hair, but curly hair requires much more leeway.

Angle your scissors at about a forty-five-degree angle. Because you have curls, you are simply unable to have a straight bang without flat ironing your hair. The angle will let your wear your bangs naturally as well as styled.

Check your results. As your hair dries, monitor your results. If they are not quite what you hoped, then re-wet your hair using the spray bottle and trim a little more. It is far better to have this take several tries than to hurry through the first time.