Your hair resolutions for 2013

4 Jan

The beginning of the New Year is when we always like to make a change. We make resolutions, either to get fit, to improve our lives a little bit or just to be better versions of ourselves.

If 2012 was your year of the bad barnet then maybe you should be thinking about making some hair resolutions this year; a longer style, ensuring you have glossy and healthy looking hair. Whether you want to enhance your natural look or want to go for a complete change here are Dream Girl’s five top resolutions for 2013.

  1. dreamgirlhairpicHave long, sleek hair

If you’re in that “in between” stage when you’re growing your hair out it can feel like an age. Why should we have to wait for our hair to grow, we sigh, pulling on the ends. The truth is, you don’t. Human Hair Extensions will enhance your own natural style offering added length and volume. The first step is to decide which kind of extensions is best for you; Remi Silky or Euro Weft. The difference comes from the quality of the hair used and how it is produced. 100% human hair offers a better quality finished product with shiner hair that is less likely to tangle and therefore will last longer. Choose a style as close as possible to your own using Dream Girl’s Colour Comparator and then decide which length you want. Talk to your stylist or salon for more advice as to which extensions are best for you.

  1. A splash of colour.

Some say a change is as good as a rest. If want to do something daring or eye-catching with your hair then colour might be the right way to go. However you might not be keen on dyeing your hair, only testing the colour out. In that case why not try Dream Girl’s Clip’N Go Extensions but in one of our Fancies which includes red, blue or green. It means you can add a splash of colour that’s just right without having to worry about damaging your natural hair.

  1. Healthier looking hair.

Who doesn’t want to look after their hair? True, when it’s cold and windy or when we’re in a rush we might forget to take the time and care to make sure our hair is getting everything it needs. The work you put in to making your hair healthy, though, shows on the outside as well as the inside. The first thing you should do is to reduce the heat. Heat is one of the main causes for damaged hair. It stretches the hair fibres and weakens them making them more prone to split ends and a duller look. Make sure you use a shampoo and conditioner specially designed for hair extensions. Also drink plenty of water. Just like your skin it will help keep it looking healthy.

  1. Try new styles.

If it’s your New Year’s Resolution to get a little bit more on trend then this is for you. We can often feel like we’re in a hair rut, just wearing our hair the same every single day. Trying different styles can give us the confidence to experiment and find a new look that suits us but is also straight off the catwalk. Dream Girl regularly writes tips and ideas about how to stay on top of the latest trends, including step by step guides as to how you can recreate them in the comfort of your own home. Explore more on previous posts from our blog.

  1. Treat your hair.

You like a treat every once in a while. Your hair is no different. Whether it’s once a week or once a fortnight make sure you put aside some one on one time for you and your hair. Use a conditioning mask that will help put back the moisture lost in your hair. Comb it gently and leave it to dry naturally. Make sure you get ends trimmed regularly to remove any split ends. Give you hair a little love and it will give it back ten-fold by staying shiny, healthy and glossy.

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One Response to “Your hair resolutions for 2013”

  1. virgin hair extensions January 9, 2013 at 9:09 am #

    Dream Girl regularly writes tips and ideas about how to stay on top of the latest trends, including step by step guides as to how you can recreate them in the comfort of your own home

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