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Why Short Hair Cuts Are Sexy!

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Why Short Hair Cuts Are Sexy!

Now, First of all, What is Hair Made of?
Hair is composed primarily of proteins (88%). These proteins are of a hard fibrous type known as keratin. Keratin protein is comprised of what we call “polypeptide chains.” The word, polypeptide, comes from the Greek word “poly” meaning many and “peptos” meaning digested or broken down. In essence, if we break down protein, we have individual amino acids.

Many amino acids joined together to form a “polypeptide chain”. Two amino acids are joined together by a “peptide bond”, and the correct number of amino acids placed in their correct order will form a specific protein; i.e. keratin, insulin, collagen and so on.

Short Hair Cuts! Sexy Styles!

Short haircuts reflect self-assurance, readiness to take new challenges! That is a definite turn on. Nobody wants to be the demure, boring and conservative type of gal! We want to be viewed as an individual who rises to the challenges of today’s society! And a sexy short cut says it all! Short hair shows you are cool, confident, in control, and too busy to spend hours fussing with your hair, because… there are so many more important things in life which we should be spending our time on!

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Bobs are always a short hairstyle always in high hair fashion and can be custom cut and colored to enhance any type, texture or length of hair.

The right bob style, like a beveled bob, can also work with any face shape. Adjustments can be made to the fringe or bang area, length and layers to play up some features and minimize others.

Keeping Hair Moisturized

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Hair normally has a moisture content of approximately 10%. If your hair’s moisture content drops below this level the key is to increase the hair’s ability to attract and retain moisture. This is accomplished by using moisturizers. The good one has “humectants” that not only replace lost moisture but actually attract moisture and retain it in the cortex of the hair. Essential fatty acids (EFA’s) are great moisturizers.