She's wily, crafty and clever! I'm talking about Tasha Smith as she poses confidently for the cameraman. Her long layered hair
streams down pass her shoulders in a smooth glossy straight fashion. There is a side part with curved bangs moving over to the
side on her forehead. The sides have been combed away from her face bringing a graceful frame arranged around her features. Although
this could be a wig, with a little bit of effort you can achieve this style for yourself. Tasha's hair has the look of thickness
and health. Use your jumbo brush when you blow dry your hair in large round circular motions. Blow your hair back away from your
face on the sides and bring the brush down in rounded strokes on the top. When your hair is dry, apply your smoothing serum, spray
your gloss and use a wide toothed comb. Tip: What we eat will be on our hair in about 3 days. This builds a good case for us to eat
good food. Need oil in your dry hair? Begin to consistently eat more fish or take fish oil supplements, eventually you will see a
change in your hair and who of us doesn't need more brain power? Geeks must live on fish oil.
Meanwhile, if your hair isn't as healthy looking as Tasha's begin a regimen to read the ingredients of the moisturizers you use.
Ask yourself if you are really seeing a difference when you use a particular product and be sure and alternate around and be open
to the new products that are always coming on the market. When you use your blow dryer and flat iron, see if you can apply a natural
product once in awhile to set your hair and take note on the overall difference. What we put on our scalp eventually goes inside of
our head. No wonder some people are called "chemically unbalanced." Hairdressers have been breathing in the fumes of tints for
years and they have the reputation of being odd or eccentric. Now you know why.