Hair loss can be a really annoying thing. To make sure that you avoid hair loss at all costs, here are a few tips to keep in mind.
Natural waterless shampoo is revolutionizing the way we cleanse and care for our hair. Greasy oils naturally accumulating in the hair can make it look dirty or messy. Usually only a good rinse and shampoo with copious amounts of water will remove the excess oil. Often it’s not a convenient process, especially for the elderly, patients in hospitals or active people in the outdoors with limited water supply.
This August, Fudge is pleased to present industry icons, Fudge Global Creative Director, John Vial and Fudge Global Head of Technical Training, Tracy Hayes in the biggest event on Fudge’s educational calendar. Supported by industry heavyweight and celebrity favorite
Throughout the lives of many girls and some boys, having to tend hair is a daily duty. For many girls, haircut styles and trends change based on location, age and decade. During past years, hairstyles have evolved from bobs, the pixie cut in 1950, the beehive in 1960, the afro, dreadlocks and many other forms of hairstyles.