[ crowning glory ]
shiny-haired women have not steered us wrong: Give those tresses of yours a
hundred strokes or so before bedtime and your hair will be healthier for it.
Something about stimulating glands, distributing oil, release of sebum … science
class dismissed. Fact is: The right brush can help prevent breakage, reduce
static and add vibrant style and volume. And sebum aside, a daily brushing
yields another, more soothing benefit. It lets you brush your cares away. Ohm.
One of the most effective
techniques for dealing with cowlicks at the bang area is to try drying the bangs
forward with a vent or round brush so that the cowlick will be weighted down.
Another technique is to have a hairstyle that incorporates the cowlick into the
style thereby creating lift at the cowlick. Use styling tools to support either
Splits At Crown Area
can be treated by utilizing the correct styling tools and drying the problem
area in the opposite direction to redirect the hair and give it more lift. Don't
dry the hair flat to your head as it magnifies the split in the crown area.
Instead use a vent brush to lift the hair at the scalp. If the hair is sticking
up in the crown area and you have a short cut, try growing the hair longer. You
should find that the weight of the hair will weigh down the crown cowlick.
A recent study by Yale University on the psychology of bad hair
days found that people experience low self esteem when their ‘do isn’t up to
par. A botched haircut or even fly away locks can cause major embarrassment and
trigger self-doubt. We knew that - but what’s surprising is that men are more
likely to suffer from bad hair days than women! The study was sponsored by
Procter & Gamble, which is working on a line of shampoos that will make bad