Territory Stories

Sunday Territorian 1 Mar 2015

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Title

Sunday Territorian 1 Mar 2015

Collection

Sunday Territorian; NewspaperNT

Date

2015-03-01

Notes

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/256132

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/522387

Page content

SUNDAY MARCH 1 2015 LIFESTYLE 27 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA body+soul www.bodyandsoul.com.au TELE01Z01BS - V1 b+s 10 beauty With donna duggan p h o to g r a p h y: F o li o -i D DamageD hair preventing damage is much easier than trying to fix it, John Vial, creative director of Fudge hair products, says, adding that hair should be conditioned after every wash. Even fine hair should be conditioned from mid-lengths to ends, but avoid the roots. if you use any heated styling appliance, a protective product is essential. Vial says that a trim every four to six weeks is ideal for maintenance, but if your hair is really damaged, a snip is the only way to go. TRY: toni & guy hair Meet Wardrobe prep heat protection Mist ($15.99, 1800 061 027) protects against damage caused by blow-drying and heat-styling. Spray onto towel-dried hair, then style as usual. Flat hair Does your hair stick limply to your head? if so, hair stylist anthony Nader from raw salon advises either getting a shorter haircut or asking your hairdresser to cut some shorter layers into it to add volume. another trick is to give damp hair a few squirts of a sea-salt spray, which gives it a natural lift without feeling sticky, he adds. to give fine locks a boost, aleks abadia, hair director at Esstudio galleria salon, recommends using a volumising shampoo and conditioner. also start by blow-drying your hair upside-down to help maximise body at the roots, he says. TRY: redken Body Full instant Bodifer ($29.95 1300 650 170) adds volume to lifeless strands. apply evenly through towel-dried hair, beginning at the roots, then leave in and style as usual. is that bad hair day lasting for weeks? these easy tips and tricks will combat those common hair complaints and help you go from limp locks to magnificent mane HAIR HELPLINE V1 - TELE01Z01BS b+s 11 Frizzy and coarse hair Grab as many products as you can that have moisture written on the package, and give protein a back seat for the time being, Nader says. Coarse hair will suck up all the moisture you feed it, which is the way to more supple hair. If your hair turns frizzy the moment you step out the door, Abadia suggests using cream-based products to add some weight. Moisturising with argan oil will also help tame the frizz, he says. When washing, use a moisturising mask once a week instead of conditioner. This will condition and help tame hair down. As a longer-lasting option, Abadia suggests trying a keratin treatment, an in-salon formula that can smooth hair for up to three months. TRY: (from left) Sebastian Professional Potion 9 ($26, 1300 728 333) is a treatment that hydrates and adds lovely shine. Apply to damp or dry hair, then blow-dry or leave to dry naturally; Original & Mineral Style Guru Styling Cream ($26.95, 1300 724 635) keeps hair smooth and soft. Apply a small amount to damp hair, comb through from roots to ends, then dry as usual. Thinning hair Its normal to produce less hair as you age, but excessive shedding can be a sign of a serious health issue, such as hypothyroidism or lupus, so talk to your GP if youre concerned. If thinning is due to ageing, genes, poor diet, stress or excessive styling, there are ways to lessen the impact. Abadia says taking a zinc and silica supplement can help, as can brushing your hair or massaging your scalp regularly as this will stimulate blood circulation which then feeds the hair follicles. However, he adds that noticeable bald spots may be early signs of alopecia, so you should seek medical advice. Nader warns against having severe hairstyles, such as a tightly pulled-back ponytail. Over time this can cause hair to weaken and break, he adds. The key to concealing thinning hair is your cut, Vial says. The worst mistake anyone can make is trying to grow hair to retain volume. Essentially, the shorter the hair, the more concealed the thinning areas will be. A shampoo and conditioner with a moisture component can swell hair over time, Nader says. Also try a soft/ medium hold conditioning foam to give the illusion of a thicker mane. TRY: Nak Body.n.Shine Volumising Foam ($19.95, (07) 3899 9133) is great for fine hair. Work a golfball-size amount through, then blow-dry or leave to dry naturally. dandruFF One of the biggest causes of a flaking scalp is not rinsing hair thoroughly when using shampoo and conditioner, Vial says, adding that using detox shampoo once a week can get rid of any build-up of styling products, chlorine and residues. Poor diet, stress and genetics can also cause dandruff (for any serious scalp issues, see a trichologist). This can be controlled with a dandruffspecific shampoo, Nader says. But the big secret is not to wash your hair too often, and use a ceramic hair dryer as this will keep the hair and scalp from losing more moisture. TRY: (from left) Fudge Detox Shampoo ($19.95, 1300 764 437) is deeply cleansing and removes product build-up, silicone residue, chlorine, oil and dirt. Use it in place of your normal shampoo once or twice a week; Aveda Scalp Remedy Dandruff Solution ($49.95, 1800 706 377) is a leave-in treatment that reduces and helps prevent dandruff. Spray onto your scalp after washing and leave it to work its magic. Coarse hair will suck up all the moisture you feed it, which is the way to more supple hair beauty V1 - TELE01Z01BS b+s 11 Frizzy and coarse hair Grab as many products as you can that have moisture written on the package, and give protein a back seat for the time being, Nader says. Coarse hair will suck up all the moisture you feed it, which is the way to more supple hair. If your hair turns frizzy the moment you step out the door, Abadia suggests using cream-based products to add some weight. Moisturising with argan oil will also help tame the frizz, he says. When washing, use a moisturising mask once a week instead of conditioner. This will condition and help tame hair down. As a longer-lasting option, Abadia suggests trying a keratin treatment, an in-salon formula that can smooth hair for up to three months. TRY: (from left) Sebastian Professional Potion 9 ($26, 1300 728 333) is a treatment that hydrates and adds lovely shine. Apply to damp or dry hair, then blow-dry or leave to dry naturally; Original & Mineral Style Guru Styling Cream ($26.95, 1300 724 635) keeps hair smooth and soft. Apply a small amount to damp hair, comb through from roots to ends, then dry as usual. Thinning hair Its normal to produce less hair as you age, but excessive shedding can be a sign of a serious health issue, such as hypothyroidism or lupus, so talk to your GP if youre concerned. If thinning is due to ageing, genes, poor diet, stress or excessive styling, there are ways to lessen the impact. Abadia says taking a zinc and silica supplement can help, as can brushing your hair or massaging your scalp regularly as this will stimulate blood circulation which then feeds the hair follicles. However, he adds that noticeable bald spots may be early signs of alopecia, so you should seek medical advice. Nader warns against having severe hairstyles, such as a tightly pulled-back ponytail. Over time this can cause hair to weaken and break, he adds. The key to concealing thinning hair is your cut, Vial says. The worst mistake anyone can make is trying to grow hair to retain volume. Essentially, the shorter the hair, the more concealed the thinning areas will be. A shampoo and conditioner with a moisture component can swell hair over time, Nader says. Also try a soft/ medium hold conditioning foam to give the illusion of a thicker mane. TRY: Nak Body.n.Shine Volumising Foam ($19.95, (07) 3899 9133) is great for fine hair. Work a golfball-size amount through, then blow-dry or leave to dry naturally. dandruFF One of the biggest causes of a flaking scalp is not rinsing hair thoroughly when using shampoo and conditioner, Vial says, adding that using detox shampoo once a week can get rid of any build-up of styling products, chlorine and residues. Poor diet, stress and genetics can also cause dandruff (for any serious scalp issues, see a trichologist). This can be controlled with a dandruffspecific shampoo, Nader says. But the big secret is not to wash your hair too often, and use a ceramic hair dryer as this will keep the hair and scalp from losing more moisture. TRY: (from left) Fudge Detox Shampoo ($19.95, 1300 764 437) is deeply cleansing and removes product build-up, silicone residue, chlorine, oil and dirt. Use it in place of your normal shampoo once or twice a week; Aveda Scalp Remedy Dandruff Solution ($49.95, 1800 706 377) is a leave-in treatment that reduces and helps prevent dandruff. Spray onto your scalp after washing and leave it to work its magic. Coarse hair will suck up all the moisture you feed it, which is the way to more supple hair beauty V1 - TELE01Z01BS b+s 11 Frizzy and coarse hair Grab as many products as you can that have moisture written on the package, and give protein a back seat for the time being, Nader says. Coarse hair will suck up all the moisture you feed it, which is the way to more supple hair. If your hair turns frizzy the moment you step out the door, Abadia suggests using cream-based products to add some weight. Moisturising with argan oil will also help tame the frizz, he says. When washing, use a moisturising mask once a week instead of conditioner. This will condition and help tame hair down. As a longer-lasting option, Abadia suggests trying a keratin treatment, an in-salon formula that can smooth hair for up to three months. TRY: (from left) Sebastian Professional Potion 9 ($26, 1300 728 333) is a treatment that hydrates and adds lovely shine. Apply to damp or dry hair, then blow-dry or leave to dry naturally; Original & Mineral Style Guru Styling Cream ($26.95, 1300 724 635) keeps hair smooth and soft. Apply a small amount to damp hair, comb through from roots to ends, then dry as usual. Thinning hair Its normal to produce less hair as you age, but excessive shedding can be a sign of a serious health issue, such as hypothyroidism or lupus, so talk to your GP if youre concerned. If thinning is due to ageing, genes, poor diet, stress or excessive styling, there are ways to lessen the impact. Abadia says taking a zinc and silica supplement can help, as can brushing your hair or massaging your scalp regularly as this will stimulate blood circulation which then feeds the hair follicles. However, he adds that noticeable bald spots may be early signs of alopecia, so you should seek medical advice. Nader warns against having severe hairstyles, such as a tightly pulled-back ponytail. Over time this can cause hair to weaken and break, he adds. The key to concealing thinning hair is your cut, Vial says. The worst mistake anyone can make is trying to grow hair to retain volume. Essentially, the shorter the hair, the more concealed the thinning areas will be. A shampoo and conditioner with a moisture component can swell hair over time, Nader says. Also try a soft/ medium hold conditioning foam to give the illusion of a thicker mane. TRY: Nak Body.n.Shine Volumising Foam ($19.95, (07) 3899 9133) is great for fine hair. Work a golfball-size amount through, then blow-dry or leave to dry naturally. dandruFF One of the biggest causes of a flaking scalp is not rinsing hair thoroughly when using shampoo and conditioner, Vial says, adding that using detox shampoo once a week can get rid of any build-up of styling products, chlorine and residues. Poor diet, stress and genetics can also cause dandruff (for any serious scalp issues, see a trichologist). This can be controlled with a dandruffspecific shampoo, Nader says. But the big secret is not to wash your hair too often, and use a ceramic hair dryer as this will keep the hair and scalp from losing more moisture. TRY: (from left) Fudge Detox Shampoo ($19.95, 1300 764 437) is deeply cleansing and removes product build-up, silicone residue, chlorine, oil and dirt. Use it in place of your normal shampoo once or twice a week; Aveda Scalp Remedy Dandruff Solution ($49.95, 1800 706 377) is a leave-in treatment that reduces and helps prevent dandruff. Spray onto your scalp after washing and leave it to work its magic. Coarse hair will suck up all the moisture you feed it, which is the way to more supple hair beauty


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