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Cambodian Hair With Straight Texture

Cambodian Hair With Straight Texture

Cambodian Hair  Straight is very durable and strong. This texture has  2 kinds: soft and coarse, it is soft and easy to maintain. Cambodian hair holds curls very well in humid weather. Hair comes in a natural dark brown hair color.

Cambodian hair is amongst the most exotic hair available and hands down the most amazing in the market. We bring this hair to you in its purest form. It is 100% authentic virgin hair and with that comes our guarantee of no matting or tangling. Cambodian hair is always free of any harsh chemical processing.

Our Cambodian hair is naturally thick, luscious and super bouncy. Since Cambodian strands are thicker in diameter, it is ideal for the client that enjoys a fuller more voluminous look.

Our Cambodian hair extensions are available in lengths up to 28″ inches.

With Cambodian hair, don’t worry about style you want, your style is only limited to your creativity.

This is our raw Cambodian hair in its natural state it has a low to medium luster. Hair has never been processed for color or texture, and is not available in textures such as deep wave, body wave, loose wave. This texture is only available in the natural hair textures of each donor. This hair can last at least 3 years with proper care.

In fact Cambodian hair has Thin strand and thick strand but our company sell mainly with strand thick and coarse. With Thin strand or medium strand we sell with Vietnamese hair. Because Vietnamese hair is so nice with that volume.

Cambodian hair extensions also have natural straight, wavy or curly (also with steam curly) but this writing I introduce more about Cambodian Hair Straight.

Clients often order silky hair and soft hair from Vietnamese hair and if they are looking for coarse and thick hair, we will recommend with Cambodian hair.

For each head, normally need 3 bundles of weft (each bundle 100 gram) and 1 closure or 2 bundles of weft and 1 frontal. This is normal way for both Vietnamese hair and Cambodian hair for a full head.

In brief, with straight texture, if you want soft and silky hair you can choose Vietnamese hair, with Thick or coarse hair you should choose Cambodian hair from us which is so special for your client.

These are some pictures of Cambodian hair straight from us:

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Next time we will tell about Cambodian hair wavy and curly from us. Keep following us.

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Why You Shouldnt Pick Your Split Ends

Why You Shouldnt Pick Your Split Ends

Do you have a habit of picking your split ends? We know, we know, sometimes it just can’t be helped. From twirling or pulling your strands, any chance to separate the dry, wispy ends is tempting. But, one thing is for sure – picking your splits ends needs to stop…
First of all, let us clear up what a split end is. It’s pretty simple, the end of a hair strand that is damaged, resulting in the strand separating into two or more fragments. How do you get split ends? They are are result of damage to you hair from a number of factors such as, heat, combing, washing, dyeing your hair or even wearing your tresses in a ponytail. When one of these factors work to damage your hair, the outer layer which is the cuticle, starts to peel away, leaving your hair frizzy and more prone to breakage than ever before.

By picking split ends you are of course, working to damage your hair even more. It’s like when you have a piece of loose thread on your clothes, once you pull the thread it will keep unraveling and in the end ruin your clothes. Picking or pulling a split end works in the same way, so keep those mitts of your split ends girls!

If you pick your split ends, the damage will come when you tear away at them. Pulling them apart actually makes the problem a lot worse, so instead of having small splits you could end up with long lengths of locks that have been thinned out due to pulling the split end apart. This thinned out  hair shafe is then more prone to tangle which could lead to it  breaking off entirely, leaving you with shorter tresses which are even more prone to split ends.

Not only that, when you pick your split ends you are also slowing hair growth. So, if you trying to achieve long, dreamy locks, be sure to kick this habit asap. Also, when styling your hair, be sure to avoid any product with a high alcohol content as this will work to dry out your split ends rather than hydrate them. We love, love, looove, Tigi Bed Head Ego Boost Split End Mender for giving our split ends all of the TLC that they crave and helping to restore our tresses back to good health.

Do you have any tips for mending split ends? : )

From dirtylooks.com

What To Do With Greasy Hair….

What To Do With Greasy Hair

Wanting to prolong the gap between shampooing is great but putting up with a bad hair day in the meantime is the worst. We’ve all been there, desperately trying to dry shampoo, backcomb and stuff our poor lacklustre strands into a hat before making it out the door on time. To save you the trauma of another bad hair day, we’re going to give you some quick greasy hair tips to get your tresses looking super fresh.

Create volume and texture

Backcombing your hair is a great way to add texture and volume as well as hiding the grease. Try and concentrate the backcombing at your roots to add lots of lift that will stop your hair looking flat.

Reach for the dry shampoo

This is a pretty failsafe option and definitely the easiest. You need to make sure you keep the can at least a few inches away from your hairline so you don’t deposit too much product in one area. Work in sections too so that you can evenly cover all your roots and suck up the excess oil. If you can, pick up a dry shampoo that’s volumising to give you some root lift too that will make your hair look even fresher.

Curl your hair

Curling your hair helps to add volume and texture that will mask your greasy strands. Try and go for tighter curls too and take them as close to your roots at possible to add some lift. You can use this along with your dry shampoo to bulk up the strands too.

Don’t play with it

It’s tempting to touch your hair a lot during the day but the oils on your hands will only serve to add more grease into the mix. Fix your style in the morning and then try your best not to touch it for fiddle with your strands during the day.

Incorporate braids and twists

If you’re wearing your hair up try and incorporate some braids or hair twists to add texture. This will disguise your flat roots and add lots of volume that will mask greasy hair.

Only wash the front of your hair

This might not be the easiest but if you have a fringe it could be a good one for you. Just take a section of hair at the front of your head and wash those strands rather than doing an all over wash. The rest of your hair might not feel amazing but at least it’s a quick fix to mask your problem in the meantime.

Go with it

You’re in luck this season because slicked back hairstyles are really on trend right now. So, instead of trying to mask your greasy roots, take a comb and pull them into a low pony. You can use hairspray to smooth down any flyaways and then curl your pony to finish the look.

We hope you found these helpful, especially for mornings when you have zero time to do anything let alone wash your hair! Have any greasy tips of your own? Pop them in our comments box below.
From dirtylooks.com

Are Avocados Really Good For Your Hair?

Are Avocados Really Good For Your Hair?
They’re on socks, t-shirts, emojis and toast but are the hair healing properties of avos real, or just hype? Today we’re gonna break it down and find out for sure whether avocados can give us super shiny locks or just very funky smelling hair.

The use of avocados as a moisturiser or hair treatment can be traced right back to Ancient Egypt – long before hipsters were invented. The little green fruits can definitely make your hair look shinier and feel silkier and there’s actually a lot of science behind it.

Avocado oil is very high in monounsaturated fatty acids which help to moisturise and rejuvenate the scalp so if you suffer from dandruff or dry skin it will combat that. The oil can penetrate the hair cuticle so it will deeply moisturise and nourish your hair. You can pick up some avocado oil at your local health food shop and mix this with your regular shampoo as an easy way to work it into your routine and it’s a little bit easier than mashing up lots of whole ones.

Avocados also contain a lot of vitamin E which is good for promoting healthy hair growth as it helps to build tissue and repair any damage to the hair follicles. As vitamin E is an antioxidant it will also help to take down any inflammation which again will fight against a flaky or itchy scalp.

Biotin (vitamin B) improves your body’s keratin infrastructure which is what your hair is made of and avocados are packed with this stuff. Biotin protects our cells from damage and if we’re low in it then our hair can become really dry and brittle, super gross! This will also help your skin and nails too so it’s even more of a reason to pack an avo for lunch.

So the answer is yes – avocados are good for your hair as well as looking super cool on your Instagram feed 🙂 So stock up, mash them up and spread them on your toast and your head for the dreamiest locks ever…
From dirtylooks.com

DIY Aloe Vera Juice for Natural Hair

DIY Aloe Vera Juice for Natural Hair
Aloe vera is one of the oldest and most popular plants in history, and for good reason. The drought-resisting succulent plant is compacted with rich nutrients that are beneficial for multiple purposes, both internal and external.

When it comes to hair, aloe vera is undoubtedly a wonderful resource to try some at-home haircare without spending the big bucks. It is an extra plus if you already have an aloe vera plant in your backyard!

Aloe vera contains vitamins A, C, and E, along with multiple amino acids that are essential to restore hair strands strength. Due to its high water content and numerous anti-inflammatory properties, aloe vera also works to heal an itchy scalp and minimize dandruff. As commonly known, the inside of aloe vera, yes – that gooey, jelly looking stuff at the center of each leaf, is what needs to be used in order to experience these benefits.

An easy way to apply aloe vera onto the hair is by creating your very own DIY aloe vera juice. Follow these simple steps to create it and use it in addition to your Real Hair Smoothie treatment:

Items needed: aloe vera leaves, a knife, spoon, blender, and small storage container or jar.

1. Obtain 4 aloe vera leaves. If you already have an aloe vera plant, you can cut the leaves with a sharp knife then rinse the leaves to remove any dirt. Alternatively, you can visit your local foods store and buy some leaves if available.
2. Remove the inner gel from each leaf. Begin by cutting off the  sharp edges of each aloe vera leaf with your knife. Afterwards, using your knife, carefully peel one side of the remaining skin on the leaves. Doing so should expose the inner gel. Take your spoon and scoop out the gel. Place the gel inside the blender. Repeat this step until you are satisfied with the amount of gel collected.
3. Blend the gel. After you have all of your gel inside the blender, add 1-2 cups of water (depending on how much gel you have), and begin to blend. Blend for about 4 minutes.
4. Store. Once the blending is complete, pour the juice into a small storage container or jar. The mixture can be refrigerated for up to 5 days for continual use.
The juice can be applied to the hair wet, damp, or dry depending on your preference. You can leave it on overnight or use it as a quick 20 minute treatment in your haircare routine. The result: healthy, moisturized hair!
From realhairsmoothie.com

7 Hair Care Myths Busted

7 Hair Care Myths Busted

Ever feel like one article will tell you one thing and then the next one you read will say something completely different? It’s so hard to figure out what’s true or what will REALLY make your hair grow faster. To help you guys out we’ve busted the 7 biggest hair care myths that you need to stop believing…
Your hair gets ‘used’ to certain products

You can use the same shampoo forever and the effects will be the same because your hair definitely doesn’t get used to a product. Normally it’s because we try something new and it has a different effect so we think it’s worth switching but it’s only because different shampoos are formulated to do different things.

Air drying is better than blow drying

Eeek sorry gals but this isn’t true either. When your hair is wet it swells and if it’s swelling for 2 hours (or however long it takes to air dry your hair) it can start to weaken the protein bonds. This will eventually make it more prone to damage and could lead to more split ends and breakage. It’s best to leave your hair until it’s about 60% dry and then use your hairdryer on a low setting to remove the extra moisture.

Rinsing with cold water gives you shinier hair

Soo not true and thank God because it’s not fun either. For years beauty magazines have been telling us to turn the shower on cold as it will seal the cuticle and give us shinier hair. This is definitely a myth and a recent study actually found that warm water will make your hair look shinier than cold.

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Cutting your hair makes it grow faster

So, so, so false. The rate your hair grows is all down to genetics and not how often you take the chop. It does, however, prevent split ends so that you’ll hold on to more length than usual, giving you the illusion that your hair is growing faster.

You can fix split ends

As much as we wish this one was true, unfortunately you can’t mend a split end once it’s split. The only remedy is to snip it off before it damages the rest of your hair shaft. Repairing hair masks and serums will help to prevent against damage but there’s no miracle product for this one.

Dandruff happens when your scalp is dry

The complete opposite actually. It’s the extra oil from your scalp that causes your skin cells to clump together and create the flakes. Rather than trying to moisturise your scalp you want to stick to a clarifying, anti-dandruff shampoo instead to get rid of it.

Brushing your hair 100 times a day will make it grow quicker

False! It actually won’t make any difference. The myth is that it stimulates your hair follicles but you could actually do more damage than good by over brushing. Unless you’re super gentle it can snap off your hair, so it’s best to stick to your normal brush routine.
From dirtylooks.com

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Kinky curly after washing from us https://youtu.be/rebA44pCBWI

How To Switch Up Your Hair Routine For The Summer

How To Switch Up Your Hair Routine For The Summer

Festivals, pool parties and days at the beach are the perfect excuse to try out those summer hairstyles you’ve been coveting. Just like your skin, you need to be protecting those tresses against heat damage and major frizziness though. To help you guys out here are a few ways you can switch up your hair routine for the summer and keep it looking its best.
Moisturise, moisturise, moisturise

The heat will dry out your hair and make it more prone to frizz so it’s important to keep it as hydrated as possible over the summer months. Use a nourishing mask once a week and keep your hair topped up with a serum to prevent it from drying out. If you want something more low maintenance though, leave in conditioners are a really good shout.

Include an SPF

It goes without saying that you should always use a heat protectant but adding an SPF to your routine could make a big difference too. Using an SPF will help to protect your colour and prevent your hair getting dry in the heat. For an affordable version check out Tigi’s Beach Bound Protection Spray or if you’re feeling spendy go for Philip Kingsley’s Swimcap.

Get your hair wet before swimming

Chlorine strips the natural oils in your hair which is why it feels super dry after you’ve been swimming. To prevent this just get your hair wet before jumping in as it will stop your locks from soaking up as much of the chlorine. You can also run some conditioner through the lengths for extra protection too.

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Use a colour protecting shampoo

As the sun can bleach your hair you really need to protect your colour during the summer months. It’s definitely worth investing in a protecting shampoo and some styling products that work with your colour. If you’re not sure what’s best ask your stylist at your next appointment to recommend some products and to give you some tips. For blonde hair we’d recommend the Lee Stafford Bleach Blondes Tone Correcting Conditioning Spray to prevent any brassiness and to keep your hair looking super glossy.

Skip the heat styling

Heat styling zaps your hair of moisture so once you get out and into the humid air it’s just going to suck it all back in and get really frizzy. Go for some heatless hairstyles instead and use lots of product to hold everything in place. If you need some inspo check out our heatless curls video here.

Cover up your hair

It’s definitely worth picking up a cute sun hat, bandana or cap to hide your hair away for a few hours a day. If you’re out in the sun you want to give your hair a break just like you do with your skin in the shade as it will help to cool it down and prevent lasting damage to your locks.

From dirtylooks.com

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