The updos are coming undone. Less
Sweep hair into a twist, but instead of
tucking all the ends in, let a few spill out.
Pull out some pieces around your face for
a slightly tousled finiish. Add extensions
To care for your long locks, award-winning
stylist Kozeta Izeti, owner of
Kozeta Salon in Toronto, says:
- Comb your hair and tie it loosely if
you have to put your hair up. This helps
maintain the strength of your hair.
- Use quality brushes and bands to tie
- Be gentle. Being too aggressive with
your hair will create split ends.
- Use top quality shampoo, conditioner,
styling products and serums to protect
the ends from splitting.
- Avoid blow drying your hair, but if you
must, use a heat-protective product and
a good blow-drier.
- Don’t wash your hair with hot water –
especially curly hair. It opens the cuticles,
makes the hair frizzy and makes it more
likely to break.
- Use leave-in conditioners if you have
- Avoid heat, sun, chlorine and salt water.
They dry your hair.
- Wear hats and scarves if you are in the
sun, or use products that have uva/uvb
Originally published in Today’s Bride magazine, Spring/Summer 2013.