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Cruelty Free Beauty

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Trends in the world of beauty are constantly changing. One of the most significant changes has been the move toward products that are safe for the consumer, the environment, and produced in laboratories that have cruelty free practices. Brock Beauty is no exception. We are constantly working on our formulas and packaging to ensure that as our global presence expands our environmental impact does not.

It’s All in the Formula

Whether it’s HAIRFINITY, ESSENTIOUS, INFINITE LASH or DERMERA all of our products are created with high quality ingredients – most of which are derived from natural sources. Our research and development team is constantly seeking ingredients that are as safe as they are effective.

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The 7 Best Hair Mask Recipes For Every Hair Type

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We all want lustrous, silky locks, no matter what the length, style, or texture of our hair. But considering the torture we put out hair through with heat styling, harsh chemicals, and even the heat of the sun, can we even hope for healthy hair? Of course you can, and we’re here to help by giving you a better understanding of the difference between conditioners and masks we’ve also collected some of the best DIY hair mask recipes to restore the vibrancy and manageability of your tresses.

 The Difference Between Hair Masks and Conditioners

Most people believe using a conditioner every day or every other day is enough to keep their hair in good shape. Not true. Daily conditioners only work on the surface of the hair, while deep conditioning treatments such as hair masks and protein treatments are designed to go to work on the internal structure of the hair.

Deep conditioning is essential to good scalp and hair health, especially dry, damaged, or chemically processed (relaxed or dyed) hair. A hair mask delivers powerful nourishment to your follicles scalp and hair. However, a hair mask alone is not enough to maintain healthy hydrated hair. You should also be getting all of the hair-specific nutrients your hair needs through your diet. Using a hair vitamin such as Hairfinity can help fill in the gaps left by your diet to ensure that your hair is nourished from the inside out. In addition to your diet, it is also important to use products designed to be gentle and promote hair health such as Essentious Hair Care products.

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Holiday Hair Must-Haves

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Today our guest blogger is Carly from The Cupid Bow, who’s going to share her favourite holiday hair products, from restoring heat damage to reviving those dry ends and giving you beautiful beach hair. 

 

If I’m not getting a holiday anytime soon, I might as well help you prepare for yours (I’m not bitter, promise). So I imagine you want to go away and come back looking as beautiful  and relaxed as possible, correct? We all want the best tan, the most freckles and the most luscious locks. Your hair can either go one of two ways on holiday; you’ll either come home looking like a sun kissed Greek goddess… Or like The Scarecrow out of The Wizard of Oz. In this post I’m giving you my holiday hair must-haves to help you get the best from your tresses.

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HAIRFINITY Meetup In Southampton


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This weekend we had the honor of being invited to the fabulous Southampton Bloggers meet up, which is run by the lovely Alice and Amy. We made the trip fully loaded with tonnes of gorgeous Hairfinity goodies to get the girls excited about beginning their very own Hairfinity journeys!

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Frizzy Hair, Not Today

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You’ve washed and styled your hair exactly like the girl did in the video that your friend sent you last week. But instead of the beautiful, smooth, shiny curls that the video ended with –  all you’re left with is frizzy hair. It happens all the time, but you’re usually between salon visits and you want your hair to look great but, you don’t have the time or money to make an unplanned trip to the salon. Don’t be discouraged, with a better understanding of how to best repair and prevent frizzy hair you’ll be able to master those DIY styling techniques in no time.

Frizz occurs when the cuticle layer of your hair is raised, allowing moisture to pass through and swell the strands. As a result, your hair appears dry and frizzy instead of smooth and defined. In general, curly hair tends to have more frizz than straight hair because of dehydration in the strands, which leaves it more vulnerable to frizzing. Whether your hair is curly, straight, natural, or chemically processed, we’ve all had to battle frizzy hair at one time or another. It is important to note that all frizzy hair is not created equal. There are many culprits of frizzy hair and a few different ways that your hair can appear to be frizzy. The most common types of frizz are:

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Home Remedies for Dry Hair: Our Top 10 Treatments

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Don’t break the bank trying to care for your hair, we have home remedies for dry hair that will take your hair from dry and depressed to fun and fabulous. Which remedy is right for you will be dependent on your hair type and texture. Don’t fret, we’ve outlined some easy treatments that you can try no matter what type of dry hair you have. Dry hair can be a problem whether your hair is tinted or natural, long or short, curly or straight, thick or fine. There are many causes of dry hair—from genetics to the weather—but there are also a lot of things you can do to add moisture, not to mention these 10 home remedies for dry hair.

We’ve compiled some of our favorite tips and tricks to teach you the best remedies for dry hair, no matter what the cause.

Coconut Oil For Hair Easy Tips & Tricks

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Coconut oil for hair has long been known as a great benefit to hair health. Coconut oil is rich in carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals, which are all beneficial to the human body, in a variety of ways. In recent years, coconut oil has been all the rage and has been used in the preparation of everything from cosmetic soaps and creams, to use as oil in the preparation of food.

Coconut oil for hair has been used for centuries by people living in coastal areas of the world, where coconuts grow in abundance. Areas like India, the Philippines and parts of the Caribbean have used the sweet smelling oil as their one and only hair oil for years. Coconut oil has shown incredible results for hair – keeping hair strong, nourished, and protected from the effects of premature aging. The benefits and uses of coconut oil for hair are truly endless.

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Fight Frizz the Right Way

 

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Whether you wear your hair straight or curly, frizz can turn a good hair day into a bad one. Sometimes, frizz is inevitable, such as in humid weather, but it doesn’t have to overwhelm your hairstyle. You’ll use different products and methods based on your desired style. No matter how you wear your hair, a well-conditioned mane is primed to combat frizz, so be sure to use a leave-in conditioner and deep conditioning treatments on a regular basis.

For Straight Hair

Allow wet sets to completely dry: Starting with a wet set is a good idea regardless of the season. However, don’t make the mistake of removing your rollers before your hair is completely dry. Doing so causes frizz. Sitting under a hood or bonnet dryer is the quickest way to fully dry locks, so apply a heat protectant beforehand and make sure you have some entertainment lined up so that you don’t get bored.

Apply serums to dry hair: Once your final style is in place, add a dab of shine serum to dry hair. You only need a small amount so that your mane isn’t weighed down with too much product.

Baby those ends: Healthy ends won’t frizz like damaged ones, so make sure yours are free of splits and excessive dryness. Sealing in moisture as often as needed and dusting are two ways to keep your ends in check.

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