Ahh. That cold wintery weather is rapidly approaching. No more having to worry about damaging your hair, right? Wrong! Surprisingly, the cold weather can be just as hazardous to your hair. The dry indoor heat and the dry cold outside temperatures can make your hair brittle and weak. Be sure to take extra care of your hair this time of the year and follow these simple preventive steps. Read more
Halloween is just around the corner and you are looking forward to your costume and your hair and makeup. Your hair style is a very important part of your costume and will go a long way to making your costume a success.
Here are some tips for styling your hair for Halloween:
- Color – If you are changing your hair color for Halloween, make sure you use temporary hair coloring. Colored hair spray and temporary colored gels are the easiest to remove on November 1. When it is time to remove your temporary color, just brush out your hair and wash with a clarifying shampoo. Don’t panic if the color doesn’t come out right away, you may need to shampoo two or three times to completely remove the temporary color. Be sure to use a moisturizing conditioner once the color is out.
We just got some pics from Ashley’s Bridal Party! Ashley and her party came into Hairoics earlier this year to have their hair done for Ashley’s Wedding (Ashley was coming in for our makeup package, too).
Here is the rundown on Ashley’s experience at Hairoics:
(Don’t miss the photo gallery at the bottom of the page!)
It hasn’t been long since Pinterest came on the scene, but it has become a place for brides—whether they’re planning a wedding with a set date or just dreaming—to collect ideas and inspiration for their weddings, from the dress to the place settings.
As some of you may have heard, the Get Pumped for Pink 10k was this past Saturday, and it was a resounding success! The race was in order to raise money for breast cancer research. Hairoics try’s to always support the Outer Banks community, and this event was no different.
Hosted by the Outer Banks Beach Boot Camps, the race started at KnuckleUp in Kitty Hawk, and wound through the back roads of Kitty Hawk for 10 kilometers, finally finishing again at Knuckle Up.
And Hairoics was there to participate! Both Sandy Williams and her daughter Jen Lowe participated in the race! Both had admirable times and ran a good race.
The race was a resounding success, and raised a ton of money for the cause. Former UFC fighter and XFC Lightweight Champion Junior Assuncao traveled from his MMA school in Roswell, GA to participate in the race.
Awards and prizes were handed out for the best times in men and women. Also handed out were awards for a variety of reasons, including best pink outfit.
The after party was a lot of fun. There was plenty of food and drink, and a lot of people stayed to just hang out. There was even a children’s race.
A large number of women, and even men, die of breast cancer each and every year. And what’s worse is if it’s caught quickly enough, the survival rate for victims is almost 100%. Hopefully the money we helped rasie at the Get Pumped for Pink will help other women survive as well. A big thanks to all the people who participated, from your Outer Banks hair salon, Hairoics.
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