Archive for June, 2009

How to Trim Your Own Hair and Bangs

Have you ever wanted to trim your hair but were scared it would end up uneven?  Amelia Smith has 10 years experience styling hair. She advises to cut only the areas that you can easily reach.

A technique that you may not have heard about is the point cut technique. You can do this on your bangs. For the rest of your hair if you want to trim the broken ends, hold your scissors in a vertical position and take ONLY  the broken ends off. You can do this without actually making your hair uneven. Who would have known? I guess you could save yourself a trip to the Salon if you had only a few broken ends or a little bang trimming to do.


Blo and Go Gives You a Hand Styling Your Hair

Blo and Go is yet another As Seen on TV hair product. There’s so many of them these days it’s hard to keep track! If you hate contorting yourself into a pretzel every time you style your hair, this hair dryer stand might be for you. It’s basically helps you cut down time on drying and styling your hair since you can do both in one step. Here are the pros and cons to help you decide if it’s right for you.

Blo and Go - Is it for You?

Blo and Go - Is it for You?


  • Flexible, portable and light weight so you can fold it up and take it with you.
  • Prevents arms from getting tired.
  • Holds almost all blow dryers.
  • Made of sturdy materials.
  • Saves you time because you can dry and style your hair simultaneously.
  • It will stay in the same position when you add the weight of a hair dryer.
  • Attaches to flat surfaces but its better to attach it to glass or a mirror, metal or non-textured tile.


  • Does not stick to a dry wall.
  • It takes up a lot of space if you have a small bathroom.

Blo and Go will hold super tight if you run a little water around the edges of the rubber. Also make sure the surface is clean before attaching the the Blo and Go to it.

How to Choose a Hairstyle for Your Face Shape

Are you looking for a haircut that suits your face but are overwhelmed with choices? What makes a hairstyle look good? It’s actually all about softening the angles of your face. Have a quick look at this video to get an idea of how it works.

When you select a hairstyle first identify face shape. Is it oval, square, heart shaped or round? Then decide on your hair length,decide if you want bangs and what hairstyle your going to keep. It at least helps you narrow down a hair style as you browse through your hairdressers magazines.