Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Blonde Hairstyles

Blonde Hairstyles of the Past
Executive Summary By Rina S. Archer 

Every woman's dream was to have Marilyn Monroe blond hair. It seemed to not matter if the hair did not exactly match a woman's skin or if it did not complement her overall appearance. Bleached out blonde was popular with a great deal of people.

These days it would seem strange to see a bunch of light blonde haired on women all over the country. The blonde hairstyles of today are a bit less drastic. Women are going more for a natural looking hair color that fits their complexion. 

Honey blondes and blonde streaks are much more stylish and popular. Who knows what the next big blonde hairstyle will be. It is amazing to see how popular hair styles will change year after year.

Blonde Hair Protection
Executive Summary By Chris Waage

Do blondes really have more fun?
Let's not forget, there's a price to pay for the star-studded treatment that blondes attract.

It's fair to say most blondes enjoy the sun. Majority of the blondes are usually rockin' a nice tan. However, with that nice suntan unfortunately comes the harsh treatment from the sun that will damage a blonde's hair. The natural sun and heat damages the hair. The pigment that makes the hair blonde is more susceptible to damage from the sun than other natural hair colors. It really doesn't matter what texture or shade of blonde you are, without protecting your hair, there's no escaping the damage that the harsh sun-rays can do to your beautiful blonde hair. It is also very common for frizz to occur when the sun-rays are hitting your blonde hair. Most of the leading product manufacturers on the market today are producing an anti-frizzing serum you could apply before you blow-dry your hair. You can find these ingredients in anything from conditioners to hair sprays.

We've all heard the horror stories about how a blonde's hair will turn green after swimming in the pool for too long. Going to the hair salon and sitting in your hair stylists chair every two weeks doesn't quite cut it, especially for the beautiful blondes out there.

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