 TIPS FOR HAIR WASHING:
 How often should I wash her hair the boy / girl?
 1. In general, it is recommended not to wash...
 1. Wash your child's hair , making him kneel on a chair , with his head under
 Key sink or bathtub . You may prefer to ...
 1. Evaluate the characteristics / hair type needs to be elected by the
 shampoo. You may have to try several before fin...
 1. The "instant conditioner" covers the hair and gives body and shine. the
 Instant conditioners cuticles flatten eleva...
 3 . The only care to be taken with a conditioner that is left in the
 hair is that it can be a film or residue on hair ...
 1. After washing your hair and rinse it, gently squeeze the hair
 to remove all excess water. Divide the hair, and plac...
Many hair products used commercially available
potentially damaging ingredients. For the sake of health, the following lis...
 Why is it done:
 It is recommended to divide the hair into manageable sections to
detangle, and
 this facilitates the ...
 1. The following items are used for the process of unraveling: tail comb
 rat, wide-tooth comb, clips or elastic covere...
 1. With a rat tail brush, divide hair into 4-8 sections, depending
 its thickness. The tighter curls, more sections wil...
 5. Hold the hair firmly at the root, and with a wide tooth comb,
 begin to comb the hair and follow the tips to the roo...
Short Haircuts Style 2013 - 2014
Short Haircuts Style 2013 - 2014
Short Haircuts Style 2013 - 2014
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  1. 1.  TIPS FOR HAIR WASHING:  How often should I wash her hair the boy / girl?  1. In general, it is recommended not to wash your hair more than every 7-10 days. the  Frequent washing tend to dry. However, the hair washing  child varies according to hair texture. For example, a child with hair very  Frequently thin washes need a medium-haired child to  thick. For thick hair, sometimes it is necessary to rinse and saturate the  hair before shampooing. This will rinse any accumulated  products such as gels, hair gel, mousse and conditioners not  rinsed.
  2. 2.  1. Wash your child's hair , making him kneel on a chair , with his head under  Key sink or bathtub . You may prefer to have the child  lie on your back on the kitchen counter , his head below the  key. Thus, water will not enter the eyes. If possible , provide  much the process use a removable hand shower attached to the sink or  shower head .  2 . Put a little shampoo ( about 1 tablespoon) in the palm of the  hand and gently massage the shampoo through the hair of the child.  3. With the tips of your fingers (do not use nails - if you scratch the scalp,  can irritate ) , gently massage the scalp with moves towards  inside and out, moving her fingers through the hair , starting with the  hairline and neck , to the center of the scalp.  4 . If your child has very curly hair , be sure NOT to amass all  hair on the top of the head, as this can cause tangling  unnecessarily.  5. If the hair is thick , you may need to apply and rinse the shampoo two or  three times , including rinses of one to two minutes. Possibly , the caregiver  prefer to wash your hair in sections where it divided the comb . this  can facilitate washing .
  3. 3.  1. Evaluate the characteristics / hair type needs to be elected by the  shampoo. You may have to try several before finding the shampoo  adequate. In general, you should look for a gentle, moisturizing shampoo with a value  pH balanced . PH balance refers to the alkalinity and acidity of a  particular product. Supposedly , a pH of 5 is the nearest approach to  the normal hair and scalp . A balanced pH will help  maintain the natural acidity of the hair, leaving it shiny and manageable.  2 . There is an ingredient that would have to be careful to avoid in shampoo : the  lauryl sulfate [ lauryl (or laureth ) sulfate , in English ] . Shampoos with this  ingredient were designed to remove natural oils and hair  were created for very curly hair .  3 . The use of a " clarifying shampoo " every 4-6 weeks eliminates build  residues of the various products used in the hair (eg . , shampoos  protein , oils, gels , etc.). .  4 . The following are suggested and shampoos and conditioners special  black children who are less strong and irritating products for  adults: "Just for Me" ProLine " Beautiful Beginnings " Dark and Lovely ,  Crème of Nature shampoo , "Dream Kids" African Pride . these products  can make thick hair more manageable .
  4. 4.  1. The "instant conditioner" covers the hair and gives body and shine. the  Instant conditioners cuticles flatten elevated leave the hair  soft and manageable, and help protect the inner structure of the strand  hair against damage by acting as a barrier. This type of conditioner  should be used whenever you wash your hair. When choosing a conditioner  instant, look for one that contains any combination of ingredients as  lanolin, cholesterol, sulfonated oil, vegetable oil, proteins and polymers.  2. Instant conditioners are rinsed off and others are left  hair. Any of these is acceptable, and may try to define what  is best for the child's hair needs. Using a conditioner  that is left in the hair after washing can facilitate combing and drying  an accessory. It can also help protect the hair against heat  dryer
  5. 5.  3 . The only care to be taken with a conditioner that is left in the  hair is that it can be a film or residue on hair curly more  silky or thin , if the air conditioner is left in the hair is too  heavy for the type of texture . In this case, it is recommended to rinse hair .  You can use then a mild conditioner spray, which is left in the  hair before brushing / combing hair.  4. The " penetrating conditioner " is a deep conditioner that is  absorbed by the hair and improves its appearance. Contains animal proteins and  keratin. This type of conditioner should be used in each wash , if the hair  the child is damaged ( eg . , the tips are divided , growth is not  uniform , the hair was exposed to chlorine or is tinted , etc . ), or if the leather  seems to be very dry scalp . If your child's hair is not damaged , it is good  use this type of conditioner once a month . Usually beneficial leave  penetrating conditioner on the hair for at least 15 minutes before  rinsing. Another technique to make the most of this type of  is to apply conditioner and then wrap your hair with a damp towel or  use a plastic shower cap for at least 15 minutes. then  rinse hair thoroughly until the water runs clear .
  6. 6.  1. After washing your hair and rinse it, gently squeeze the hair  to remove all excess water. Divide the hair, and place  about a handful of conditioner into the palm of the hand.  Massage the hair conditioner to penetrate. A comb with teeth  wide is an excellent tool to extend the conditioner throughout the  hair. You can also use the tips of your fingers to do this.   Two. Pay special attention to making penetrating conditioner on the ends of  hair, as they tend to be the driest part of the hair and the most prone to  entangled and form knots.  Three. Rinse hair (or, if you use a conditioner that is left in the hair, not  rinse it), and then comb and twist hair into 6-15 sections,  depending on its thickness and length.
  7. 7. Many hair products used commercially available potentially damaging ingredients. For the sake of health, the following list contains ten ingredients that are commonly found on products and should be avoided. Check the list of ingredients of hair products. The higher is in the list of ingredients in the flask, the greater the amount of that ingredient specific to the product.
  8. 8.  Why is it done:  It is recommended to divide the hair into manageable sections to detangle, and  this facilitates the process. The idea is to pass detangle comb  more easily and prevent it hurts the child.  When to do it:  1. Always untangle the hair after washing and condition.  Two. Untangle your hair when you are preparing to change the hairstyle
  9. 9.  1. The following items are used for the process of unraveling: tail comb  rat, wide-tooth comb, clips or elastic covered in fabric, oil  Light and boar bristle brush. Only use the rat tail comb  for coarse hair into sections. The rat tail comb has teeth  thin and thick hair may start if you comb.  2. It is a good decision to use natural bristles, eg boar. the  Boar bristle brushes are similar to hair keratin and absorb  dirt and oil just like your hair. Furthermore, the tips of the brush  Boar bristles are rounded and gently massage the scalp.  This brush does not damage the hair.  3. The paddle brushes are flat and wide. Help in brushing and combing  long hair. Brushing hair with a paddle brush massage also  slight scalp. These brushes are used to style in  layers because they do not increase the volume of the layers.
  10. 10.  1. With a rat tail brush, divide hair into 4-8 sections, depending  its thickness. The tighter curls, more sections will be needed.  The looser curls, less sections will be needed.  2. Using a rat tail comb to divide the hair into sections  manageable, be careful not to bury the comb on the scalp. If the  seems to be entangled comb, separate the hair strands lightly with  fingers.  3. After separating each strand, secure with an elastic band  covered in fabric or twist the section and attach securely with a clip.  4. Once all of the hair, drop a section of hair.
  11. 11.  5. Hold the hair firmly at the root, and with a wide tooth comb,  begin to comb the hair and follow the tips to the roots. the  movement must be fast, but it should not hurt the child. Do not comb your hair  thick and wet with rat tail comb to prevent hair loss.  6. Once all the hair is combed, apply a small amount of  oil on the scalp (do not saturate) and massage a little oil around  hair. Use oil that contains sage, olive, rosemary and almond or  lavender, as these are the best oils for hair and scalp  hair. Avoid using heavy substances such as lanolin, petroleum and oils  minerals, as they attract dust and dirt can clog the pores. whether  pores can not breathe, can slow the growth process  hair.  7 . According to the texture / thickness of hair, take bristle brush  boar and brush the hair so that the oil into it, then  each strand twist and secure with a clip to avoid tangling when working in the  next wick.

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