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Yarok’s hydrates your hair!
I started by using the Yarok Feed Your roots to create volume as well as natural texture.
I continued with a melange of Yarok Feed Your Hold and Feed Your Shine to lock the moister in and give a hold throughout out the entire shoot…
a voila’ sexy organic full and bouncy hair!
As the heat rolls in, so do the summertime hair woes, and it’s not just chlorinated pool water that’s wreaking havoc on your head. With the sun more powerful here on Earth than ever before, it’s very important to protect your hair and scalp from its harmful rays. And though we may all love the post beach trip wavy hair, there are good and bad methods to achieving the look. YAROK can help you promote a healthy head and environment all summer long.
The first (and most important) step to healthy hair in the summer is about maintenance and prevention. When you know you’ll be spending lengthy periods in direct sunlight, there are a few accessories you should get in the habit of using. For example, it’s good practice to cover your head with a hat or scarf. This not only prevents sunburn at the scalp but also damage caused by UVA/UVB rays to your locks, especially if your hair is treated with color—the sun will cause it to fade. When it’s time to take a dip, there are sunscreens specifically designed for scalp that will protect as the hats are off. I recommend elementalherbs.com , It’s also a good idea to bring nourishing product with you, like YAROK Feed Your Ends which will lock-in moisture and protect from the sun’s heat (as well as hot tools).
Don’t forget to rinse your hair with clean, cold water after your swim session. When the day is done, massage YAROK Feed Your Sunshine in your hair and scalp before shampooing to restore moisture.
I also recommend treating your hair before laps in the pool as the nourishing oils in YAROK Feed Your Sunshine will block chlorine from soaking into your tresses. Afterwards, mix one teaspoon of baking soda into your shampoo (YAROK Feed Your Volume doesn’t contain parabens or sulfates). The baking soda removes chlorine left in your hair.
Styling your hair in the summertime heat can be a real nuisance. As the temperature and humidity rise in the summer, so does your hair, often becoming frizzy and unmanageable. To combat the frizz, I like to mix YAROK Feed Your Do with YAROK Feed Your Sunshine while hair is still wet. This coats your hairs, taming frizz and providing moderate hold.
If you’re hair is flat and you like to use hair spray, try YAROK Feed Your Hold as a styling lotion while the hair is wet, before you blow dry. It pumps up your hair without making it stiff or sticky while the heat is on.
If you want to achieve that natural “beachy” waves look (without the waves), mix YAROK Feed Your Roots with YAROK Feed Your Sunshine and twirl the hair section by section, starting from the bottom and going up to the roots. Note: make sure you draw your part before final sections. Then leave your hair to air dry or use a diffuser on your blow dryer.
The low ponytail/bun is another trending style this season, loose in daytime and sleek at night. Add flowers for fun or just pin it if you’ve got loose hairs. Don’t worry if the pins are showing—it’s part of the look! Just choose a color that matches your hair. If flyaways are a problem, use a dab of YAROK Feed Your Do to tame tresses.
Haircare is generally thought of as a woman’s domain. On the other hand, most guys barely so much as check their hair in the bathroom mirror before they walk out the door. While some men may be blessed with healthy and easily maintained hair, others could certainly use a few tips from the ladies’ hair habits. Lest we forget the famous words sung by the legendary James Brown, “It’s a man’s world, but it wouldn’t be nothing without a woman.”
Dandruff is a common skin condition that causes “scales” to form and “flake” off, creating a rather unsightly mess in your hair. It is thought to be caused by a combination of an overproduction of scalp oils and irritation caused by a yeast called malessizia. For this I recommend using YAROK Feed Your Youth treatment at least once a week. This will help with dryness and promote blood circulation to the scalp. To use: massage about 15 drops into the scalp, then shampoo and condition (Yes, gentlemen, conditioning is a must!).
Men shouldn’t shy away from styling products as they help with very common complaints like “puffy” or dry. YAROK Feed Your Do is a super balanced hair cream that gives some hold and tames the puff without making hair oily. To use: Emulsify the cream (amount depending on hair thickness) on your hands and apply to head. Style as desired.
For extra dry hair plus maintaining style, mix into your palm YAROK Feed Your Do for hold and YAROK Feed Your Shine for moister. If the result yields too much sheen, rub a towel over your head and the towel will absorb the extra product.
While trending hairstyles right now are ranging from retro to au naturale, the hair color trends for 2012 are anything but. The key to great hair color has always been to keep it looking as if it had grown out of your own head, while maintaining a wholly unnatural (and basically unattainable) perfection through rich hues and blinding shine. Well move over, Nice ‘n Easy. Girls are taking back their hair color and having fun with it! Hair trends for 2012 are progressive, vibrant, and eye-catching!
First, there’s the “Ombre,” which looks something like you’ve been too broke to touch-up the blonde highlights you got last Spring. Fashionistas like Alexa Chung, Drew Barrymore, and Lauren Conrad have really embraced this late Summer look. Of course, not everyone has had highlights, so careful when attempting this look at-home. If you’re hair is dark, it’s always a good idea to consult and expert when going lighter and using bleaching agents on your hair.
Punk rock is back in a fashionable way. Lots of girls are drawing attention to their locks with unnatural hues of pink, purple, blue, anything goes! But you don’t have to go Katy Perry to be radical with your hair. There are extensions available in many beauty stores and salons that offer a rainbow of options.
Finally, and possibly most shocking of all, women are going rogue with white and grey all-over color. Kate Moss and Lady Gaga are proudly and fiercely sporting their age and greys!
Hair Color Tips for Spring
This is a bit obvious, but if you really want to get the most out of your hair color, try not to stray too far from your natural tone. I recommend staying within three shades of your own color.
Use a color safe shampoo and conditioner, anything organic is good but i will
Love to recommend Feed Your Volume is amazing and does not Streeps the color, no harsh cleansing agents here.
With the sun’s rays and pool chemicals, your hair will need all the defense it can get against color fade. You might even want to consider purchasing a chlorine filter for your shower-head.
The possibility of colors and shades are almost endless. Multi-tonal hair can look awesome, but is difficult to achieve on your own. When you’re going for the extreme, you should always consult us “the experts” like myself
Spring Hair-care Do’s and Dont’s
Fun in the sun can wreak havoc on healthy hair if not treated correctly. Keep these tips in mind this Spring as the sun comes out and bikinis are dawned.
Going to a pool party? Be sure to rinse your hair with tap water before diving-in. Pool chemicals can do major damage and dry-out your locks. Dry hair will soak up the chlorinated pool water, while hair wet with non-chlorinated water will not be so ready to soak in more. Moreover, try to use an oil formula like Yarok Feed Your Sunshine, this serum will help protect from the chlorine to penetrate onto the hair shaft, shampoo & condition your hair as soon as you’re done in the pool. It’s important to get those chemicals out before they can sink deeper in drying.
Don’t pull up your hair in a tight bun or ponytail while wet. The outdoor heat and humidity of wet hair plus elapsed time yields a thriving environment for bacteria, fungus & mold. Gross!
If you’re hair is colored, you need to take extra care in the sun to keep your color from fading fast. Buy a fabulous sun hat and wear it when you know you’ll be in the sun for an extended period. This helps keep your hair vibrant and protected, as sunshine will fade hair-color (just like it does with your lawn furniture). Also consider purchasing a hair product like Yarok Feed Your ends an amazing Leave In Conditioner that when you know the hat might be coming off.
suggest using a large barrel curing iron to straighten hair. Flat irons can suck the life out of hair and leave it too flat, especially those with fine hair. A large curling iron will give it a little more body and wave to make it look naturally voluminous.
Consider the look you want to achieve, and what your hair needs. If your hair tends to fall flat, try using a large curling iron to lift hair at the roots for more volume, then a smaller iron to curl at the ends. For an even more dynamic look, use different sized curling irons throughout your hair.
If you’re not as adept with hot hair tools, try simply braiding your hair and blow drying it. The smaller the brains, the more crimped the curls. If you can french braid, you’ll be able to achieve wave through the whole strand.
If you like to create waves with a blow dryer diffuser rather than curling or flattening iron, I recommend using a cloth diffuser instead of plastic. The cloth diffuser helps make hair less frizzy.
New Hair Tools:
I like using a duel thin barrel curling iron for my editorial work. They resemble a pair of knitting needles attached to one handle. Models and clients are always a bit shocked and intimidated by the tool, and even more surprised by the outcome. I mainly use it to create waves that look natural yet defined. The size of the wave depends on the size of the section of hair you choose.
To use this tool, I prep that hair with a styling lotion or mousse like YAROK Feed Your Roots mousse on dry hair. Then I take the desired section of hair and begin rolling the hair on onto one barrel, then the next, creating a “figure 8″ motion (stylists call this “figure 8 waves”). From there you can brush your hair to get some frizz, comb it if you do not want frizz, or use just your fingers to blend.
Another new tool I’ve used is a curling iron without the clamp. Instead, it comes with a heat proof glove to protect your hands. This way you control how you and where the heat is applied to your hair without the risk of frying or crimping your strands. You have even get them with interchangeable heads for different sized curls.”
YAROK Feed Your Hold works magic with all of the tools i have mentioned!
Feed Your DO Styling Whip.
Use this all natural styling whip filled with organic botanicals to texturize and tame every type of hair.
Leaves hair with a fresh, matte finish. Great for calming fizz and fly aways.
Has a soft, natural hold. Perfect for short hair to create a pieced out look with lots of definition.
Sweep tip of your finger across product leaving about a pea size amount of Feed Your Do on fingertip.
Massage product into palms of hand. Apply product with hands, concentrating on ends and areas of hair that need definition.
Add small amounts of additional product if needed. Add to the roots and crown for soft hold and volume… Now You DO your DO.