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Are you heading to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival this year? (Better known as just Coachella?) Whether you’re planning to tent it or stay somewhere in the lap of luxury, one thing you don’t want to worry about is your hair. You want cute, fun styles to show off your unique personality, but you also want them to be easy to do so you don’t spend a lot of time on your hair. There is just so much to see and do at Coachella! You don’t want to...

Not all hair accessories are the same. In fact, some of them are downright awful for your hair and can lead to things like hair loss if used for a prolonged amount of time. Whether they’re pulling, breaking or twisting in your hair, they’re causing damage, often permanently. Here are the five hair products you should toss in the garbage right now. 1. Hair Elastics It doesn’t matter whose hair elastic it is, if you see one, you’re bound to see many strands of hair wrapped around it. It’s no...

It can cooperate with you and be ready to go in the morning with little fuss or it can stubbornly refuse to do what you want until you have enough metal and clips to lock it in place. We’re talking, of course, about your hair. You have to show a lot of love to your crowning glory, but the good news is that it’s not that difficult. If you follow these eight simple steps, you will have a healthy, happy head of hair. 1. A Little R&R Just like people,...

Hair accessories have a long and varied history. From the very first time someone’s hair got into their eyes (presumably), we’ve been tying it back to get it away from our faces and also give us more styling options. But, those styling options don’t come without risks. Anything that you use in your hair can potentially cause damage to it, especially if you’re not using it right. Read on to find out how you might be harming your hair. Under Pressure High ponytails and other styles that require you to...

The Pony-O story goes all the way back to when inventor Nicol Harvie was a little girl with a head full of long, curly locks getting ready for dance class. Like all mothers, Nicol’s wanted her little girl to look pretty and have the nicest hair. That meant lots of bobby pins, lots of barrettes, lots of hair elastics and so much hairspray that poor little Nicol’s eyelashes got stuck together sometimes. Every pulled and broken strand of hair made Nicol hate hair accessories, which were more akin to torture...