Soins aux Femme

Style your Crowning Glory Right!

From colors to makeup to different clothing styles, our particular complexions and body types require customization to meet our specific needs. The same can be said for the haircut you opt for as that too depends on your face shape. This time around, we will be telling you what type of a haircut you need to get to flatter your specific face cut since not every hairstyle can be for you.

Oval face
Most haircuts can look nice on you if you have an oval face thanks to its well-balanced appearance. If long hair is your type then consider long locks, make sure your layers are minimal and you curl or wave your hair so it doesn’t give a dragged down appearance to your face. On the other hand, if short hair is your preference, a bob with layers should look fabulous on you.  
Round face
Opt for hair styles that add definition to the face. Pixie cuts and long layers are ideal for you.  fringes can also be helpful if you want to lengthen your face. At all costs avoid short bobs and single length hair. Avoid full curls as well since they can make your face look even rounder. 
Square face
If you have a square face shape, you will have a really sharp jawline, with wide cheekbones and a broad forehead so you should go for a hair style that softens these features. Go for a short bob with side bangs to put focus on your cheekbones rather than your jawline. Long layers should help you balance everything out as well.
Heart-shaped face
If you have a narrow jawline and chin with a broad forehead and cheekbones, you most definitely have a heart-shaped face. With this particular type, you should focus on increasing the width of the lower half of your face. A side parted pixie cut would be ideal for you. Luckily, a bob will also look beautiful as it will help make your jaws look fuller.
Triangle face
If you have a strong jawline and it is wider than your forehead and chin, then you have a triangle face. Minimizing the bottom heavy appearance of your face should be your priority while picking out a hairstyle. At all costs, avoid a straight bob or a single layer haircut. A choppy pixie bob with side swept bangs can help you look beautiful.

DIY Dandruff Remedies
Let’s face it, all of us have had to struggle with dandruff at some point in our lives. Dandruff is nothing but dead skin cells and a load of things can trigger it. From changing products too often to washing your head with hot water or just not washing it often enough to stressing too much, anything can cause dandruff. Most of us living in Pakistan have black hair, hence dandruff becomes more visible and stressful. I’ll share with you two ways to get rid of dandruff at home without any budget breaking ingredients. Obviously, it depends on the severity of your dandruff; if you suffer from intense dandruff and it’s causing your hair to fall out then you should consult a doctor. 

Baking soda
Baking soda may be the cheapest way on our list to get rid of your dandruff and very easy to use as well. Just add a tablespoon of baking soda into your shampoo and apply it, let it stay for 2 to 4 minutes and wash away. Use it till you get rid of the dandruff but baking soda is an antiseptic so it is not recommended for continued use. 
Apple cider vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is full of vitamins and has anti-inflammatory properties. It is also anti-fungal and the best ingredient for a lot of skin problems as well. As good as it is, it can be a tough ingredient for your skin or scalp, so beware. Applying it is very simple, all you have to do is, take 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and 2 tablespoons of water and mix them together. Apply to your scalp for 10 to 15 minutes before showering and then shampoo it out. Remember, if it stings or burns, wash it out immediately. 
Aloe Vera
Isn’t Aloe Vera the answer to most of our skin issues? This DIY should be the easiest and fastest. All you have to do this mix Aloe Vera, with homemade yogurt, an egg and a tablespoon of glycerin. Apply the mixture to your scalp 30 minutes before showering. Continue this for at least 4 weeks to see the difference, if dandruff reappears, you can always do this procedure again. HH

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