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How To Care For Bleached Hair

How To Care For Bleached Hair

Blondes have more fun, right? Sure, it’s all fun and games until your hair falls apart faster than your Tinder date who failed to mention that they live in their mom’s basement. You may be looking hot with some blonde locks but too much bleaching can quickly lead to a hot mess. Don’t freak- there’s hope! Here’s a few life hacks to extend the life of your hair if you just aren’t ready to break it off with the blonde, literally and figuratively speaking.


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How To Reduce Hair Breakage

How To Reduce Hair Breakage

Your luscious locks are less wimpy than you may think. That is, of course, if you take care of them. Did you know that if your hair is healthy and hydrated, it can actually stretch up to 30% before snapping? Insane! That stretch-factor comes from what are called disulphide bonds. They hold keratin proteins in your hair. Not enough keratin equals breakage which is no bueno. That's why tlw. products are packed with strengthening keratin and silk amino acids to keep your hair healthy and strong.


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Why You Should Wash Your Hair Less

Why You Should Wash Your Hair Less

No one wants to be the smelly person in the office or have an oil field on top of their head.

But, did you know that washing your hair too often can actually be a bad thing? We know you're a fashionista who always wants your hair fresh, but it's necessary to skip the routine of lather, rinse, repeat every once in awhile. It should be more like lather, rinse, relax for two or three days.

 

Less is more

Washing your hair daily with shampoos that contain harsh chemicals like parabens and sulphates can actually cause build up over time...


Let's Talk Dirty

Let's Talk Dirty

Here at tlw., we might like to do a little dirty flirting but we're all about keeping it clean. That's why all of our products steer clear of the ingredients below. Let's get down and dirty and talk about the chemicals you need to watch out for:

 

Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA) and Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT): These chemicals are known to cause allergic reactions on the skin and interfere with naturally occurring hormones. Studies have shown that long term exposure of BHA and BHT to be toxic to rodents and cause problems with reproductive health in humans.

 

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How To Deal With Dandruff

How To Deal With Dandruff

Even the best of us deal with dandruff at some point in our life. Dandruff flakes always seem to make an appearance at the worst time possible and can leave your shoulders looking like a winter wonderland. The blizzard of dandruff happens when your scalp produces too much oil. Believe it or not, dry skin can cause too much oil because your body works overtime to lube up the dry skin.

 

Make it a point to spend a little extra quality time with your shampoo each week. When bubble baths and cheat days don't do the trick, you can...