There’s nothing worse than switching up your style with a brand-new statement color… only to watch it wash down the drain, shower by shower, until it’s a dull imitation of its salon-day hue.
Bad showering habits, the wrong products, and chemicals found in pools and the environment can all contribute to the loss of salon color. Luckily, there are plenty of simple haircare tips how to maintain hair color fresh and keep your color looking healthier, longer.
Important in life and important in business, paying it forward is one of the greatest things we can do for ourselves and others. There are plenty of different ways we can pay it forward in life, donating money or our time and attention.
This year for milk_shake Go Pink promotion we have chosen the “PAY IT FORWARD” concept with a goal to brighten someones day and advocate fro breast cancer screening.
Frizz: the style-killer that only takes a second to leave you looking like you spent the day in a deep-fryer. Luckily, banishing frizz is easy with the right hair care products. If you’re guilty of one of the following frizz faux-pas, we’ll help you take your hair from freaky to fab.
Split ends have the amazing power to turn a glossy cut into a dry, drab look in a matter of seconds. And it seems like just about everything can cause them.
First, you’ve got environmental factors. Hot sun and chlorine are two common summer culprits. Then, you’ve got unhealthy hair maintenance. Yep, things like flat-ironing, blow-drying, and exposure to harsh chemicals (such as suflates and parabens) can all contribute to those dry, split strands.
Sure, summer carries the promise of pool-side days, margarita mixers and tan lines, but the same sun-drenched months we look forward to all year tend to test the mettle of our hair-care routines; too much sun and you’re left with a head that feels a little like a bail of farm animal feed.
The brittle straw-like texture our hair takes on after one too many beachside days is called sun damage, and while there are a few easy ways to prevent hair from reaching barnyard status, the “cure” for sun-damaged hair is even simpler—there really isn’t one.
Chronic greasy hair can be caused by genetic, lifestyle, or environmental factors. If you wash your hair at night and wake up looking like you’ve sworn off showers, your scalp may be producing too much sebum, or oil. Sebum production is, for many people, a natural process. Your scalp produces oil through your sebaceous glands; without any oil, your strands would be dry, crackly, and easily breakable.
Spring refresh your hair: discover the benefits of organic mint for your hair
Warm weather means spending more time outdoors and more activity. Your body loves you for it. Your hair, not so much. Your strands lubricate on their own with your scalp’s sebaceous glands but, when you get active, you sweat more. This salty lubrication isn’t the hydrating kind: it can cause breakage, chronic dryness, and flaky skin that brings dandruff a’knockin’.
Sun protection isn’t just for skin: hair needs protection from the sun, too! milkshake sun & more gives you the ultimate essentials for your summer beauty case: UV protection, hydration, and nourishment, for perfect hair.
milk_shake® has created a range of delectable hair treatments that will leave hair looking gorgeous and smelling divine for a healthy, natural result. Each treatment has been studied carefully to suit each hair type and hair need.
Twenty minutes it’s all it takes to inject some life into your locks with a milk_shake haircare reviving treatment. The Argan Cocktail will add hydration and shine, while the Direct Color cocktail is a conditioning, color reviving treatment. The delicious smelling hair cocktail is mixed in front of you and served in super cute martini glasses.
Butter on your hair is nowhere near as weird as it sounds. Actually, it’s not really butter at all—murumuru butter is a thick, creamy, nutty-scented substance extracted from the seeds of a palm fruit native to the Amazon rainforest. And, while we’ve been rubbing all sorts of butters on our skin for years, murumuru butter is especially helpful in bringing drab and dry hair back to life. Continue reading →