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Image: Gardening with Wyatt

Tidings! The Holiday Season brings parties, socializing, awkward relatives, and lots and lots of things to drink, like hot toddy’s, spiked eggnog and mulled wine. If you’ve ever drank way too much, you’ll  know that alongside the headache, the shakes and the fear, symptoms also include the skin feeling deflated and dry. You may not notice it much with all the other aches and pains but alcohol’s proclivity for creating dryness extends to your hair, leaving it brittle. Hair needs constant nourishment and your follicles rely on zinc and folic acid to maintain strength. Alcohol can affect these nutrient levels, which can even cause loss and breakage. Obviously the best solution to keep hair healthy is to drink in moderation, but since that’s not a choice many make over the Holidays, pick up a few other healthy hair habits instead. Get details below.  Click for StyleNotes →

long strong

As a huge hair mask fan I am always trying infuse together the perfect set of ingredients to create a mask that balances moisture and protein that helps your hair grow long and strong, soft and shiny. Finding this perfect mix can be tough, too much protein and your hair will get hard, too much moisture and your hair will be weighed down. Click the notes for my perfect strengthen and lengthen mask. –– Kelly Rowe

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summer damage
Traditionally, summer was a time when even the most dedicated blonde bombshells didn’t have to get too much hair color, instead allowing natural sunlight and tanned skin to effortlessly enhance beauty. But with the advent of pastel shades, ombre, and other creative color services a lot of girls are coming out of summer with a rainbow of faded or even over-processed shades. What is one to do to get beautiful shiny locks back for fall? Find out below.

Portrait of very beautiful young woman in autumn park

Are you welcoming fall with open arms? Pumpkin spice everything, football, and of course cool less humid temperatures. You may be having the best hair days of the year with this weather, but it’s also a good time to start a hair care routine that will keep your locks strong and shiny through the dryer months. Click the notes for more. –Kelly Rowe

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blonde with long hair

I’ve been growing out my hair forever. For a very long time I was convinced I would never have any length on it. I used to live for my extensions because I thought they were my only hope at long locks, but I was wrong.  You can have long hair but it may require some time and lifestyle changes. Click the notes to see what I learned growing out my hair. –Kelly Rowe 

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