Beat The Heat Month on February, 2020: What's the beat heat protectant product?
February, 2020 is Beat The Heat Month 2020. Beat the Heat during the month of February! Beat The Heat!
None. Heat protectant doesn't protect hair 100%. Like using sunscreen, you still get sunburned. Same with hair.
ALL HAIR STRAIGHTENERS, no matter what brand, who sells them, how much you paid for them, ALL damage the hair. I've responded to many girls under 15, experienced in hair falls 7 in 2 hours, 9-3-10, (before school started) 4 in 1hour 3-5-11 alone. 3 in 1hr. 8-8-11 Your hair won't look like those advertised, after you leave the house. And it won't look like that, after you've used it for awhile. It's a billion dollar business, to sell products but they do not give money back guarantee for damaged hair or hair loss, due to 'abuse'.
I have medium-long brown hair. And when I was in 6th grade I had natural curly hair, but when I found out about hair straighteners I have been doing that almost every day since then. I am currently in 8th grade. And my hair is so so damaged and I want to save my hair and start wearing it natural again! But it's really frizzy and damaged that it looks bad. I tried using Wen Cleansing Conditioner. But I had to stop because it's expensive. I want to save my hair before it falls off. If you know any good shampoos or remedies that would help!
Example 2: My hairs falling out,i have long hair and used to straighten it and have now stopped recently but my hair stil falls out,please help with some tips or remedies
Example 3: i straighten my hair so much....everytime i wash it i use the hair straightening iron on them but m hair has become really weak and i'm also suffering from hair loss now...
I've stopped pressing my hair further but what else should i do SAVE my hair and repair the damage??
I don't hate my hair or anything...it's just not what I would like it to be. It sticks up sometimes in places and is damaged from my Chi straightener. I have been using protection the past few months on my hair and have also started using Tresemme Thermal Recovery shampoo and conditioner. I also spray Chi Iron Guard on my hair before I start straightening. It's helped, but I want to find other ways to get my hair shinier and softer too. My hair sometimes feels rough, not really terribly coarse or hard or anything that bad but I want it smooth and soft. Help mee!
My hair started falling out like ALL the time. and know whenever I even run my fingers through my hair, like 10 strands fall out. What shampoos are good foor preventing the hair fall? Oh, and I also used to straighten my hair all the time. Does that have anything to do with it?
Another example: I always straighten my hair and occasionally curl it, but my hair is a little dry and it's pretty damaged, so I'm thinking about shaving it so i could have the nice healthy hair I used to have? So would it be a great idea to shave it?
But this one says it all:
Ok so the last time I had a real haircut was about 3 years ago. I used to straighten my hair about 5 times a week, for like a a year and a half after that and it did not grow at all during that time. Well I dyed it and I could see the roots, but it never got longer, I guess it was breaking off..So finally I got an inch trimmed off cause I thought that might help but I kept straightening it and still it didn't grow. So like last december I got it trimmed again and I decided I would stop straightening and dying my hair for good so haven't straightened or dyed it in like 8 months now and still it hasn't even grown 1 inch. Oh and also I have been getting it trimmed like 1/4 inch every other month now since january cuz the hairdresser told me that would help it grow, but it's not in fact my hair is now actually shorter then when I started three years ago because of those trims I had, it's only like shoulder length now
Anyways why won't my hair grow?? I have taken so many vitamins, I tried hair skin and nails, hairtopia, hairfinity, prenatal vitamins. I eat healthy and I exercise too and I take really good care of my hair, I only wash it twice a week in cool water now and I deep condition and everything, but still it never grows anymore, I think it might be breaking off, but why would it be still breaking off now that I have been taking such good care of it??
Marching band help: Beating the heat and basic matching?
The heat really is a big issue when it comes to marching band but depending on where you live, don't worry--it'll cool down. I'm a junior and I'll be marching again for our second camp at the end of this month. The heat-- I use this bandanna that I have from my dad (he rides motorcycles) and it has beans in them and you can soak them in cold water and they'll fill up with water and they stay wet and cool the whole entire day. If you don't want to buy that, then just use a regular bandanna and wet it and you can continue to wet it down all day and then wrap it around your neck. It'll help keep your neck cool because of the evaporation and plus, that's where most of your blood vessels are so you're able to keep your whole body cool.
Make sure you wear plenty of sun screen! It doesn't matter if you're tan or not and whether or not you get sun burned, where tons and tons of sunscreen to help fight those UV rays! It's a big pain, but trust me, it's worth it. I still have tons of tan lines from marching band from last season. Also, if you need to, get some Aloe and rub that in either after marching band or even before.
You can definitely wear a hat too and even better, add some cool sunglasses too. Hah. (: Trust me, if it's hot where you live and your band director is like mine and makes you face the sun, wear sunglasses and a hat. I don't wear a hat usually, but it is helpful. And if you don't want hat hair then wear a visor and keep your hair up.
Last but not least and probably one of the MOST important things about beating the heat--drink LOTS AND LOTS of water. Don't ever skip water breaks and drink tons of cold water. Cold water is what helps you stay hydrated. Warm water will help you stay 'full', but that's not what you want. Stay hydrated--that's probably what makes you feel sick. Drink tons of water and before you head off to camp, make sure you eat a good breakfast. Trust me, it'll be worth it. It doesn't need to be some huge breakfast with pancakes and cereal and all of that. Just a bagel or something like that to keep your tummy settled. You're burning tons of calories at band camp because you're exercising and your sweating a lot which means your losing a lot of sodium--so don't eat something salty like some chips or something at break/lunch.
And when the day is all said and done and over, take a nice cold shower when you're done. (:
For marching, it really depends on what your band director has for your style. Literally. My band does the pendulum step which means we do straight leg marching no matter what. You can bend your knee a little, but literally--it means only a little bit. Also, keep your weight forward on the balls of your feet. If your weight is forward, you'll look like a swaying tree down on the field from the box where judges are (that is, if you do competitions.) Tuck in your stomach and use your core muscles and tighten them. When you take a step, you should feel muscles pulling and not only that, but usually, may calves are killing me if I'm doing it right. If you can't march in time, then work on that and don't worry about posture until you perfect that. Get a metronome or google 'online metronome' and practice at home.
In addition, have your section leader or even a drum major take you aside and help you. They aren't trying to yell at you or anything when they call people out. They just want to make you the best you can be. Most of all, it's really important to give it 100% ALL THE TIME. It doesn't matter if you're just rehearsing or doing a run through of the show or even playing through songs or doing simple warm-ups and scales or if you're learning anything. Giving 100% all the time shows that you're a dedicated marcher/player and you want to be the best. (You may not be doing competitions--but if you aren't, then still give it your all). It's annoying for upperclassmen when lowerclassmen don't take things seriously and don't give it everything you've got each time. You should be out of breath by the end of your show, each time. You may be sore and tired and sick at the end of each camp, but it's one of the best feelings in the world when you walk off that field and you know that you gave it your all.
Good luck and have tons of fun! Marching band is a great way to meet new friends while doing something you really love! (:
Did the Miami Heat beat the Lakers on the 19th of this month?
dwayne wade had an incredible game against the lakers. because the lakers lost to the heat proves they are not the best in the nba. anyone who thinks that is in a dreamworld. it was beautiful to see the heat win that game.