Asked by Anonymous
Hey there :)
I have personally not taken it- I’ve been meaning to get some, but haven’t gotten around to it.
Everyone I have talked to about it, LOVES it. Almost every hair stylist I know uses it and swears by it.
It wouldn’t hurt you to just try it, and if you don’t see any difference after 3-4 weeks, you could stop taking it. But I mean, it’s so cheap to buy, and isn’t harmful to your body so why not try?
The only thing I would give you a heads up about- is that you should keep in mind that it helps ALL of your hair grow. Not just the hair on your head, but your body hair too. So you may notice an increase in shaving a little, but hey- the trade off isn’t too bad :)
Hope this helps!!
Asked by Anonymous
There are a few ways to actually DO a sock bun.
But to start, take a tube sock, and cut off the toe. Then put your hair in a pony tail (with the base where you want the bun)
Now is the part where you can decide how you want to do it.
Most people will take the sock and slide the sock onto their pony tail so that the sock is covering the entire pony tail. Then, begin rolling the sock towards the base. It will be rolling your hair with the sock. When you get it to the base, fan the hair out where you can still see the sock, and add some hair pins if you feel like it’s still loose.
Another way to do it would be rolling the sock into a doughnut before you put it on your pony tail, then fan out your hair over the doughnut and put a hair rubber band over the hair covered sock. You will now be able to see the “bun look” and you will have the ends of your hair going everywhere. Take the ends of your hair and just wrap them around the bun, and pin the ends into the bun.
The first option will give you the sleek look, while the second will make it look a little more messy (not as formal).
It works both ways, it just depends on what look you’re going for.
I hope these descriptions make sense! I know it makes sense in my head while I type it, but if it doesn’t make sense, or something confuses any of you, feel free to inbox me and I’ll try to clarify!!
Asked by count-thestars
I’m so sorry it’s taken so long to reply!! I just started a new job this week and I’ve been swamped!
So for curly hair, you want to make sure to keep the length for the weight. (As I’m sure you know). But what you can do, is add in lots of layers. That will give your hair a more bouncy look, and won’t get the traditional “triangle” look.
I have had several clients with curly hair request for me to thin their hair out near the base of their hair so it doesn’t feel so heavy. Keep in mind- if you ask your stylist to do that, make sure they leave a layer of hair on the top and around your face to cover the shorter pieces left from thinning your hair out so you don’t see any frizz.
Try some new styling products sometime! I LOVE Paul Mitchell’s new line for curls. “Twist Around” is their gel they made- it’s a gel and creme mix. So it holds your curl, but doesn’t give you crunchy curls.
Hope this helps! Sorry again that it took so long! Gotta love starting a new job…. *sarcasm*
Asked by Anonymous
Okay, well what I would recommend would be to maybe cut a little length off- long hair is good, but it DOES get to a point where it’s too long. I would say cut it so it’s to about your mid-back (maybe a littleeee longer) and add a ton of layers. I would also consider either cutting your bangs into a side swept bang, or doing a straight across bang (but if you do them straight across, make sure that they are thin- not thick and heavy).
That’s what I would do if I were you. The layers will help frame your face and help give your hair a more bouncy look.
I’ll go ahead and look around for some pictures and I’ll make sure to mark them for you :)
Hope this helps!