Timeless Beauty Tricks!

We love these ideas and tricks that have been around forever! Check out these ideas that work for all types of hair and all women that have worked for years and years around the globe:

maya-diab-thumb-25-12-2012Maya Diab – Blonde Hair

For All-time Gorgeous Hair, follow these timeless tricks from the last 75 years:

1 | Camouflage roots by zigzagging your part rather than making it straight. February 1981

2 | Brush hair from roots to ends nightly. This distributes natural oils throughout the shaft and gives hair a healthy sheen. October 2005

3 | Be direct when telling your hairstylist what you want, and bring photos from magazines of styles you like. April 1971

4 | Doing your color yourself? Don’t make too drastic a change. Stay within one or two shades of your natural color. October 1955

5 | Comb wet hair like the pros: Hold a handful at a time and work from center to ends, then scalp to center. March 1963

6 | Never let a stylist interfere with the natural hairline on your neck. The hair there is cowlicklike and will stick out when it grows.February 1976

7 | Always rinse out conditioner (which should go on hair ends) with cold water to seal the cuticle and promote shine. September 2009

8 | Protect hair from sun damage with a scarf or hat. June 1938

9 | Keep a blowout lasting days longer by sleeping on a silk or satin pillowcase. September 2009

10 | Change your part to boost body and volume. April 2010

11 | To fix hat-head, bend over and shake your head a few times. Then run fingers through hair to add volume. For even more body, mist a natural-bristle brush with hairspray, bend over and brush lightly from underneath. February 1990

12 | Avoid frizz: Use only a widetooth comb, especially when hair is dry. January 1940

13 | If you color your hair, look for sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners, which don’t contain harsh detergents. September 2009

14 | Stop flyaway hair! Spray Static Guard on your comb or brush. Or smooth an antistatic dryer sheet along your head. February 1990


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