The buzz has died down on the honey hair trend, but it is still on the rise.
It’s been going strong since 2010 and is now the most popular hairstyle for people who want to keep their hair short, which is usually a good thing for women.
But honey hair is not for everyone.
It can cause hair loss and be very messy, according to a study published last year in the Journal of Dermatology.
Hair can also get brittle.
“Honey hair is a natural and healthy hair texture, but if you don’t wash it frequently or regularly condition it with conditioner, it can become brittle and break,” Dr. Laura E. Kallman, an associate professor of dermatology and pediatrics at Northwestern University, told Healthline.
So if you’re interested in keeping your hair short or just want to have some fun with it, here are some tips to help keep your hair healthy.
Wash your hair frequently.
Maintain a good level of humidity.
Insects don’t care what kind of shampoo you use.
They’ll eat any shampoo, especially if you use a lot of it.
You want your shampoo to be at least 80% effective.
When it comes to washing your hair, use a product that contains beeswax, a natural ingredient that helps keep your scalp healthy.
For example, you can buy a beeswamp spray or a beesmash shampoo.
Don’t let your hair dry out.
Dry hair can irritate the scalp and make it look more wrinkly.
This can also lead to breakage and infection.
Dry hairs can cause more irritation and breakage than wet ones.
So don’t over-wash.
Keep your hair in a regular position.
Make sure your hair is spread evenly on your scalp.
If it’s unevenly spread, it won’t stay in place and your hair will lose shape.
Take regular care of your scalp with products that contain antibacterial agents.
Dry scalp is the result of a combination of factors including: