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How our CEO Tasha Keeps her Hair Healthy

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How our CEO Tasha Keeps her Hair Healthy

Our CEO Tasha has always been known for her healthy, long and beautiful hair. We are about to share her personal Weekly Regimen, using our Pistachio Hair Wonders' Products line. It's to no surprise that Tasha has done so much to her throughout the years. What has been mind blogging for many people is her secret to keeping her bleached blonde hair intact and so healthy. Her love and passion speaks through her products. It doesn't matter what texture you have you can pick up some or all of her key points in her regimen. 1st. I start with Pistachio Hair...

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How to Maintain your Hair Hydrated and Moisturized for the Winter, Plus Tips

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How to Maintain your Hair Hydrated and Moisturized for the Winter, Plus Tips

During the winter time your hair becomes dry and fizzy. The winter weather can be extremely brutal to our hair. Going from the cold temperature out to the hot temperature inside can do a number to your hair. Indoor heating dries the air out in houses and apartments. Sleeping in that dry heat can also deplete your hair and skin of moisture. This is why most people get a humidifier to add back in to the air. The dry air combined with the lower temperature that takes away all the moisture out of your hairs. Lack of moisture in hair during winter causes...

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Benefits of Trimming your Ends & Tips

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Benefits of Trimming your Ends & Tips

There are many myths about trimming/cutting your ends. Trimming your ends is like letting go of a bad relationship. The reason way I can compare the 2, is because damaged ends will eventually damage your healthy hair. Although your hair grows from the root, your ends should be clipped when needed. Everyone's hair is different. Our CEO Tasha trims her ends 1 to 2 times a year at most and her hair is tailbone length. There are many people who believe they need to cut their hair every 2-3 months. If your ends are healthy there is no need to...

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