Summertime is an excellent excuse to change things up a bit, maybe add a little texture and layers to give your hair a more free-spirited, effortless and lightweight feel. In general, we find that women like to dial up the drama for fall and winter. But when balmy weather settles in, they want to make a statement and keep cool. There are so many options, but here are a few breezy, summer hairstyles to consider: Long & Textured No, we're...Continue reading "Favorite Summer Looks"
If your hair is damaged or is experiencing major breakage, it is time for a hair detox. This isn’t the time to scavenger for new hair products or easy fixes. This is time for serious hair rehab and long-term solutions. We’ve developed a 5-step process that will help you establish a foundation for healthier hair. For best results, you should adhere to these steps for at least two weeks. That’s it, besties. That’s just 14 days out of 364. Easy....Continue reading "Three-Step Hair Detox For Healthy Hair"
Everyone wants locks that glisten, shine. You can have healthy-looking hair by following our shiny hair secrets. If Your Hair Is Damaged Invest in a quality deep-conditioning treatment and use once a week. At Paul Brown Hawaii, our stylists make their own using our hydrating our best-selling Resurrect conditioner, Diamond Head serum and kukui nut oil (the ancient Hawaiians' secret to beautiful hair). It's an amazing, restorative mask. We called it our Hawaiian Cocktail, and it's the ultimate hair rejuvenator....Continue reading "Stylists Secrets + Hair Restorative Cocktail"
ou can never have too much fun. But too much sun is another story. In the last couple of years, there has been more talk about hair damage because of prolonged sun exposure. We know what happens to our skin if we don’t wear sunscreen, but we rarely consider its impact on hair. Here, our own Paul Brown, offers tips on keeping our hair healthy throughout the summer: Companies are catching on to sunscreen protection for your hair. It’s the...Continue reading "Prevent Sun Damage"
The years have taken their toll on your hair. Those shiny tresses we took for granted as teenagers suddenly appear duller in your 30s, less bouncy and, well, faded. Not only do you have to color grays, but you need to be proactive, too, about keeping your hair looking young and healthy. You can be firm of body and wrinkle free, but if your hair seems tired and worn out, then you will, too. Hair frames the face. It’s like...Continue reading "Younger Looking Hair"