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How To: Dip Dye Your Hair Like Red Velvet

The Korean wave finally hit me.

And this is the after-effect...writing my FIRST card on Kpop hairstyle. Red Velvet (girl group pictured above) debuted last year and their hairstyle is no longer dip-dye but I think it's one of their best looks. It's fun, vibrant and colorful just like their debut single - Happiness. And it's perfect for summer! Check out @jimberlykemp's version.

Anyone can achieve a similar dip-dye style with kool-aid.

No bleach. No harsh chemical.

Step 1: Choose Your Color

Above is a color chart to help you get the right color. Don't see a color you like? Experiment with different mixes.

Step 2: Boil and Dip-Dye

It's as simple as it sounds. Refer to the video for specific instructions.

Step 3: Enjoy this music video while you style your new dip-dye hair.

This is just the beginning, so stick around for more KPop hairstyle inspiration!!! :) Also, which Red Velvet dip-dye hairstyle is your favorite?
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@gomez678 I've done this a few times! It works like a charm. I used the red and it's been dyed for over a year.
Does this actually work?
@HairConfetti thank you! and yes it is!
Blue and red :) It's great you are doing this !!
i like the blue and red colors. my hair is currently like this now lol
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Well, no one can disagree that staying indoors includes certain benefits. With this, now all of us can take out some time for ourselves and make use of those imperfect hair hacks and tips that we all have heard or ever wanted to use. You might also have heard of hair growth pills US, hair growth oil USA, and many more hair products widely used by many people. And among all the products, hair oil is one of the most crucial products. Several doctors and experts have suggested using hair oil and this is why they have explained different types of hair oils and the way to use them. We all know that oil plays one of the most crucial roles in protecting the hair from any damage as it penetrates your hair and will reduce the water absorbed in them. It will fill all the gaps between the cuticle cells and will prevent the stubborn elements from entering follicles. There are ample mineral oils and vegetable oils that have the adaptability to prevent your hair damage and also can boost your hair growth. Types of hair oils in the market! Coconut Oil:- Coconut oil has been proven well for reducing the loss of protein from your hair. The protective film will be formed when the fatty acids with lauric acid are present in the coconut oil. It is widely used for treating dryness, frizziness, and even for protection. It is also well known for the prevention of UV damage. Argan Oil:- Argan oil is one of the crucial ingredients in the hair growth product range. It is very much rich in tocopherols, polyphenols, and antioxidants. A very rich source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E, argan oil is an excellent choice for nourishing and conditioning your hair. Argan oil is a great antioxidant and along with this, it is also a good choice for reducing inflammation on your scalp, itching on the scalp, and dandruff. Tea Tree oil:- Tea tree oil is a natural oil and is very well prominent for having antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-fungal characteristics. This oil can be put to use for curing dandruff, seborrheic dermatitis, and follicular infections. This oil is also very much preferred for killing hair lice. Castor Oil:- Castor oil is also known as a traditional old-age remedy for curing hair fall and thinning of hair. It is rich in monounsaturated acids, which are also superb humectants. It will lock your moisture in hair only and will protect you from dryness. Essential points while choosing the hair oil While you are choosing the perfect hair oil for you, you must have an assessment of the scalp, hair textures, any infection, weather or climatic conditions, and so on. For instance, if you are having dry or frizzy hair then you should make the choice of coconut oil for getting moisturized hair. Precautions to be taken seriously You must know that there are some essential oils that are widely used for the maintenance of healthy hair. But sometimes these oils might even cause you some allergic reactions, thus before applying any of them, you must conduct a patch test somewhere near the skin behind your ear. When you are sure that there is no redness or any kind of irritation, it becomes safe for you to use them. One thing that you need to make sure of is that you are never using hair growth pills US as they are going to harm your hair. Summing it up! There are a lot of hair growth oils today in the market and this is why you should have proper knowledge when thinking of hair growth US. We hope this guide has given you all the necessary information that you need for getting those perfect hair goals in a less span of time.
How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?
Many patients ask us, "How does laser hair removal work?" But, more often than not, what they really want to know is, "Is laser hair removal safe and effective, and will it work on me?" Laser hair removal may sound like a terrifying procedure that involves shooting a laser gun at your skin like something from a spy movie. However, this is not how laser hair removal actually looks. Laser hair removal is becoming increasingly popular, and it's easy to see why when you learn how effective it is. We'll answer your questions here so you can make the best choice for your lifestyle and skin. Laser Hair Removal Is Safe Obviously, the most important question to ask whenever you try a new skin treatment is whether it is safe. When you're out in public, everyone can see your skin. People are usually scared of the word "laser" when it comes to laser hair removal because it sounds dangerous. The truth is that the lasers used in laser hair removal are extremely effective at destroying only hair follicles while leaving the rest of your skin unharmed. The US FDA strictly regulates all lasers used for hair removal to ensure their safety. Hair removal lasers are referred to as "lasers" because they emit extremely concentrated light. This specialised light is absorbed by your hair follicles, which convert the light energy into heat. Heat harms your hair's follicle, which is responsible for hair growth. This targeted damage to the hair follicle is what removes unwanted hair and reduces the likelihood of it growing back. Hair removal lasers are designed to target melanin in the hair. Melanin is the pigment that gives colour to your body hair. The laser targets the hair from the shaft down into the follicle by using the contrast between the melanin and your skin. Because laser hair removal works by reducing the ability of your hair follicles to regrow hair, it must be done gradually. The fact that the procedure is done over time contributes to the procedure's safety because the laser's level is low enough to damage only the hair follicles and not the surrounding skin. Laser Hair Removal Is Worth Your Investment Laser hair removal requires an investment of your time; however, when you consider how long the results will last, it is relatively inexpensive. Consider how much time and money you spend on your current hair removal method when deciding whether or not laser hair removal is a good option for you. For example, if you shave your legs, try keeping track of how much time you spend shaving each week. Then figure out how many razor-head replacements you go through in a week. Then multiply this cost by the number of weeks and months in a year to get the current, annual cost of hair removal. The Time Commitment Laser hair removal can take anywhere from 2 to 6 sessions, depending on your skin and hair type. The length of each session is determined by the size of the area being shaved. Small areas, such as the upper lip or armpits, can take 5-15 minutes, whereas larger areas, such as your legs or back, can take up to an hour per session. You can expect to wait 4-6 weeks between sessions. This is due to the fact that hair grows in cycles, and the laser is most effective at killing your hair when it is actively growing. One of the most common mistakes people make with laser hair removal is going to a couple of sessions, seeing a reduction in hair growth, and then failing to return for their remaining sessions. What is actually happening when you notice this initial reduction in hair growth is that your hair is in a dormant period and will re-grow quickly once this cycle is completed. That is why it is essential to attend the recommended number of sessions. How Much Money Do You Really Spend? The average cost of laser hair removal is between $300 and $500. However, this varies greatly depending on the size of the area you're removing hair from and the number of sessions your hair requires. Many facilities offer financing for aesthetic treatments. The initial cost of this hair removal method may appear to be high. Laser hair removal, on the other hand, is expected to provide months to years of smooth skin at a time. If you multiply the amount you currently spend on shaving or waxing over months and years, the cost is likely comparable to what you'll pay as a one-time fee for laser hair removal. You may be wondering why, if laser hair removal works so well and is so inexpensive, not everyone is doing it. The truth is that there are numerous misconceptions about laser hair removal that deter people from using it. How to Get Ready There are things you can do to prepare your skin for a healthy laser hair removal session, as well as things you can do to care for your skin after each session. The best way to decide whether to commit to laser hair removal is to speak with your skin specialist about your hair removal options.
The Truth About Hormonal Acne And How To Control It
Indian women's hormonal environments have changed dramatically as a result of increased stress and poor lifestyle choices. When it comes to polycystic ovaries, the condition is a hereditary one that can be passed down from mother to daughter. A hormonal imbalance known as PCOS or PCOD has become more common among women and young girls as obesity has become more common. Despite the fact that PCOD is a gynaecological condition marked by irregular menstruation, it is most commonly diagnosed when patients visit a dermatologist for persistent acne, hirsutism, or hair loss. So, as a dermatologist, when do I suspect PCOS or hormonal acne? Suspicion usually arises during a consultation when one or more of the following factors are present: * Inflammatory acne exacerbated by premenstrual hormones. * Acne predominantly on the lower half of their face, the jawline, and upper neck. * Hair loss and/or hirsutism are also present. * Intense acne brought on by menstrual irregularities or PCOS. Acne that does not respond to conventional acne treatments like topicals, antibiotics, or chemical peels is likely hormonal acne if none of the above factors can be ruled out. Is it possible for a dermatologist to tell whether or not acne is caused by hormones? It's a little complicated here. It is suggested that you undergo a series of blood tests. A clear hormonal imbalance may be discovered, or the results may be within normal ranges. While normal test results don't exclude PCOD as a possibility, the ratios of different investigations are taken into account when making this determination. The clinical diagnosis may be correct even if laboratory tests are negative! When do you have your hormonal tests? The use of anti-androgen medications is usually not recommended during the first consultation if the clinical diagnosis of hormonal acne is clear. Conventional acne treatment is started and response is tracked. Investigations may not be required if the response is adequate. After 6-8 weeks of treatment, if the patient does not improve, hormonal testing may be recommended. Is it necessary to treat hormonal acne and PCOS acne with hormones in all cases? No, that's not always the case. Patients who need a quick response and are open to hormonal treatment begin taking the medication at the beginning of their acne treatment. Patients who don't want to take hormones are prescribed antibiotics/retinoids, including topical and oral forms, as well as chemical peels. To effectively control mild to moderate hormonal acne, I typically use advanced chemical peels such as Agera, Obagi Blue peel Radiance, and Azelan. The patient is encouraged to start taking medication if his or her response does not improve after 3-4 sessions. Patients who do not see improvement after 6-8 sessions are re-explained that oral anti-androgen medication is needed to control acne. Acne is a completely curable dermatology lifestyle disorder. Non-hormonal acne takes 1-2 months to treat, while hormonal acne takes 3-6 months. Hormonal acne requires a more stringent maintenance plan as well. This may comprise of customised skin care as well as ocassional chemical peels. You should find yourself a dependable dermatologist and start a long-term relationship.
What Line I'm I? Challenge
I thought you guys would like a laugh before I get into the post^^ So I was born in 1999 so I'm in the 99' line. These are the idol 99' liners that I know of: SEVENTEEN's Dino - February 11, 1999 His my 오빠 (oppa) by 5 months and 29 days ASTRO's Rocky - February 25, 1999 my 오빠 (oppa) by 5 months and 15 days Red Velvet's Yeri - March 05, 1999 My 언니 (eonni) by 5 months and 4 days AKMU's SooHyun - May 04, 1999 My 언니 (eonni) by 3 months and 5 days NCT's Mark - August 02, 1999 My 오빠 (oppa) by 7 days ROMEO's Kangmin - September 05, 1999 I'm his 누나 (nuna) by 27 days Even though this has every little to do with this post I thought I would also share who my birthday twins are too^^ Nu'est MinHyun Yep, that's right, I share a birthday w/ the adorable Jin twin :D So his my 오빠 (oppa) by 4 years MyName's Jun.Q Sorry I couldn't that many good resent pics of Jun.Q but i did find ton of Insoo lol^^ And his my 오빠 (oppa) by 6 years^^ Update~!!! I can't believe I forgot about my other B-Day twins (ಥ_ಥ) So this is one of my other birthday twins. His name is Rasa (Park Gunwoo). His my 오빠 (oppa) by 10 years Info: He was (key word was) in a boy group called Lc9 but he had to go to the military shortly after their debut. While he was (or is idk if he's out or not) in the military one of his group members E.Den (the Kris/WuYiFan twin) decided to leave the group and go back to Canada to finish his studys. The remaining four members made one more Comeback but eventually disbanded on: December 21st, 2015 This is a Chinese, twin, duo called Tasty. Now we really don't share our birthdays…it's more of they debut on my 13th birthday. I know this really doesn't count but it's still really special to me (^-^) Info: Formed by Woollim Entertainment in 2012. The group composed of the twins: Daeryong and Soryong. Prior to their debut under Woollim Entertainment, the twins were trainees under JYP Entertainment. After 5 years in training at JYP Entertainment, they decided to leave JYP after seeing trainees debut before them. The duo said: “We passed the audition (JYP) easily so we thought everything would be easy too. But later on when other friends (trainees) joined in and debuted before us, we felt disappointed.” Who do you share your birthday and birth year with?? If you wish to be, or not, tagged in any further cards plz do comment or PM me. Thank You^^ @luna1171 @staceyholley @PrincessUnicorn @kpopandkimchi @unnieARMkeY @funnelcakeboo @MrsJungHoseok @Emealia @poojas @BulletproofV @AlloBaber @CassieChurchwar @SerenityThao @cindystran @BelencitaGarcia @CurrySoop @SaiT @RaquelArredondo @Adetoro @EmilyGardener @Slimbrown13 @KaiTakashima @TesneemElAlami @IsoldaPazo @Baekyeol27 @sarabear1021 @AaliyahNewbell @Gaarita100 @Kyokeo @BBxGD @SimplyAwkward
Top Hairstyle for Women 50 years and Over
At age fifty there its not hard to do the same hairstyles over and over, So it makes sense that you might want to try something new. So here, are my top five hairstyle for 50 year old women that anyone can try and will make you look great at the same time. Short Hair For women over fifty years old When You get to a certain age short hair is the way to go, after all long hair is very hard to manage and you short hair can easily get put in place and your ready to go. Some of the cutest hairstyles are short, you can even try pixie cut or shaved hair, those always looks so cute on older women. So, Short hairstyle is one of my first hairstyle for older women. Hairstyels are hard to come by but fashion for women over 50 is even harder to find, luckily i found the best place to find some really great fashion ideas for older women. Medium Lenght Hair for older Women When it comes to medium lenght hair, its not very easy to maker it your own, because hair hardly get to medium lenght by its self. Hopefully this hairstyle can give you an idea of what a cute mediem lenght hairstyle should look like. Hairstyle ideas for women 50 years and older This hairstyle will fit almost anyone and it looks gorgeous so its a good hairstyle to try. I have tried almost all of these styles myself and they all look amazing so just give them a try you might just like them also. These are three of my favorite hairstyle ideas and they all look amazing so give them a try and see if you like them also.