Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

Hair Affair

Ladies Elite will be discussing various topics on the diversity of hair including hair types, hair styles and how to keep your hair healthy.
by

Taylor Payne

on 18 February 2014

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Hair Affair

Hair Types
Type 1- Straight Hair

Type 2- Wavy Hair

Type 3- Curly Hair

Type 4- Kinky Hair
Type 3- Curly Hair
- There is a definite loopy "S" pattern

- Curls are well defined and springy

- Has a lot of body and is easily styled in its natural state

- Hair is not course, but very soft and fine

- Combinations of type 3a & 3b are
common
Type 4- Kinky Hair
- Kinky or tightly curled, visible curl pattern

- Hair is densely packed together

- Lots of shrinkage!!

- Less natural protection from damage inflicted from brushing, combing and heat styling
3a: Curls are naturally big, loose
and shiny

3b: Medium amount of curl. Circumference-Sharpie Size


Subtypes for Type 3
Subtypes for
Type 4
4a:Tightly coiled, has “S” pattern.
Tends to have more moisture than 4b.

4b: Has “Z” pattern. Has a cotton-like feel.
Doesn't have a defined curl pattern
Dos & Donts
- Do detangle hair with a lot of conditioner in your hair and use a comb or detangling brush

- Do reduce tangles by sleeping on a satin pillowcase or wrap hair in a satin cap

- Do clarify hair of buildup every 6-8 weeks with a clarifying shampoo.

- Do deep condition at least once a month.

- Don't use a brush or comb on your dry curls

- Don’t use products that contain petroleum, mineral oil. It only coats your hair and does not moisturize.

Natural Hair
r
Weave/Clip ins
Types of Hair
Synthetic
Yaki
Remi
Virgin
Prices
Prices will range depending on quality of hair
Synthetic is cheapest and virgin is most expensive
Higher quality hair is sold by the oz. in bundles, rather than in packs
The price depends on the length and texture of the hair
Prices range from $70 to $300 a bundle for virgin hair
Do's and Dont's
Do take your hair texture into consideration if you want it to blend
Do your research before buying hair
Do get a second opinion on color before purchasing
Do buy hair that requires the least manipulation of your leave out
Do know the limitations of the weave you buy
Don't over straighten your hair or the hair that you buy
Don't leave your hair installed longer than recommended
WARNING
Beware of "good deals" on virgin hair
Watch reviews on YouTube of both the hair and the company you plan on purchasing from
If hair loses quality before expected it is often a sign that it is fake
Hair should come from the country of origin, for example Indian hair should not come from China
Styles
full sew in
partial sew in
clip in extensions with one piece
partial sew in ponytail
clip in extensions with multiple pieces
Foods for Hair Growth
1. Salmon
2. Beans & Nuts
3. Sweet Potatoes
4. Eggs
5. Dark Green Vegetables
6. Greek Yogurt/ Low-Fat Dairy Products
7. Blueberries
8. Poultry
9. Carrots
10. Brightly Colored Fruit
Mixed Hair
Texture
Curl Type
Fine
Coarse
Dry & Frizzy
Straight - Wavy
Loose Curls
Ringlets - Tight Curls


Products
Mixed Chicks ($30-$40/bottle)
Ojon Deep Conditioner
Coconut Oil
Morrocan Argon Oil (Suave ~$10/bottle)
As I Am
DevaCurl
Shae Moisture
Nexxus Split End Repair
General Process
Brush hair ONLY in shower
Use leave-in conditioner
Let hair air dry
Braid hair, let loose in morning
Tight Curls
Loose Curls
Bantu knots, let hair loose in morning
Straight
Heat protectant, blow dry, flat iron (wrap if needed)
Up Do Styles
Bun (sock/braid)
Twists
Pony Tail or Pig Tails
Pinned
Frohawk
Down Do Styles
1/2 up 1/2 down
Side pinned
Curly
Straight
Volumized (poofy)
1/4 twist
DO:
Brush hair in shower
Brush bottom to top
Use leave-in conditioner
Mositurize
Use heat protectant
Blow dry with a diffuser (controls frizz)
ROCK YOUR DO!
Do Not:
Brush hair when dry
Use heat with no protectant
Dry rub with towel
Switch products often
Eat super unhealthy foods all the time
Relaxed Hair
Do's and Don't s
Caucasian Hair
Myths
You should wash your hair everyday
Frequent trims makes your hair grow faster
You can mend split ends with the right product
Wearing your hair up frequently causes bald spots
Tips
Dry your hair with a t-shirt rather than a towel
Use the recommended amount of shampoo
Follow 3 easy steps to hair growth 1. Try Prenatal Vitamins 2. Eat Healthy Foods 3. Scalp Massages
Hair Masks
Avocado Hair Mask

You will need:
●1 banana
●1 ripe avocado
●1 tsp olive oil

Instructions:
1.Blend all the ingredients together and massage into your hair from roots to ends, covering thoroughly.
2.Let sit for 30 minutes.
3.Shampoo well, then rinse with apple cider vinegar

Hair Chalking



Nutrition
Iron
Vitamin D
Zinc
B-complex Vitamins
Braids and Twists
1. How to keep up with your braids

-When you first get them try not to put them up as much (Could damage hair)

-Keep them moisturized (Braids Spray, Hair Lotion, etc)

-Try not to pull on your edges with different styles
2. Different styles you can do with braids

-Updos (Bun, classic ponytail, twist style)

-Down (Hair all out, fishtail, French braid

3. At Night keep hair protected
with a satin cap or scarf
4. Do Not keep braids in too long which
can actually do harm to your hair
"The hair is the richest ornament of women."
~Martin Luther
Protective Styles

Protective styles keep your hair's ends up and out of sight, which allows them to retain moisture, which in turn leads to more hair retention. Even if your goal is not to grow hair down your back, healthy ends are still important, as they fit into an overall healthy head of hair.
Buns
Flat Twists
Braids
Weaves

Daily Moisturizer
: Elasta QP Olive Oil & Mango Butter Moisturizer- good for heat styling



Moisturizing Shampoo
: Pantene Pro-V Truly Relaxed Intense Moisturizing Shampoo

Heat protectant
: Keratin Smooth Flat Iron Smoothing Spray

Deep Conditioner
: Aphogee 2 minute reconstructor and/or Shea Moisture Deep Treatment Masque
Some really important supplements you would want to take for healthy hair growth would be the following:
Products
Miss Jessie's $10-$50
Kinky Curly $12-$30
Shea Moisture: $8-$15
Cantu Beauty: $6-$15
Eco gel $3-$8

Best Ingredients
4. Vegetable Glycerin
5. Jojoba Extract
6. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
7. Castor Seed Oil
8. Honey


9. Avocado/Avocado Oil
10. Tea Tree Oil
11. Grape seed oil
12. Argan oil
1. Shea Butter
2. Coconut Oil
3. Aloe Vera
Styles
Accesorize
Full transcript