The 5 Biggest Hair Myths, Busted
You know that old saying that for every grey hair you pluck two will grow back in its place? Not true! If you have only a few gray hairs, I recommend you cut them rather than tweezing. Constant plucking over time will damage the follicle causing the hair to simply stop growing -- and you might need that hair someday.Are Perms Permanent?
We hear it all the time in the salon, "When I was in high school I permed my stick-straight hair and it's been curly ever since!" Not true. The texture of your hair is determined by the shape of your hair follicles, which may change as your body evolves over a lifetime. It's not unheard of for hair to go from straight to curly and then back again. The same is true for curly hair that has been straightened.I Just Don't Look Good with Curly Hair
Not true! Curly hair, more often than not, will make your features look softer and more youthful, as straight styles can be severe and aging. Every curly-haired woman has the potential to love her hair -- if you don't, try finding a stylist who specializes in curls to teach you how to make them work for you.