If only my hair could be colored without damage;
If only my hair could be grown without split ends;
If only my hair could be filled with fragrance throughout the day;
If only my hair could feel bouncy all the time;
If only my hair could get rid of the unnecessary oil;
If only my hair could be smooth without the frizz;
If only I had hair like Rapunzel,
If only my ‘hairy’ dream would come true.
90 percent women today face the same ‘hair’ problems everyday. From heat damage to color damage, from weather damage to genetic damage, from seasonal damage to medicinal damage we all face this nightmare called ‘hair damage’. No matter what we do, what we try, how much be spent (money or time) this problem is just inevitable.
Old secret recipes, essential oils, hair spas, product experiments, what not have we all tried to get those perfect locks. By personal experience, the moment people get to know I am a Bengali, the first reaction I get is, ‘OH! No matter I love your hair, all you eat is fish don’t you?’, well no, if fish was the remedy to amazing hair, I would have had amazing hair, but I don’t. As hair isn’t all about what you eat for it, do with it, try with it or even the way you keep it. All these years have already done too much damage to revert back to or fix.
We all need a ‘hair boost’, a new symphony we can move to, a tribute to the dead cells which add to our beauty and elegance and in the end a recharge to this plain and banal life in which our hair loses its magical aura.
If a burst of melon could make your body tingle then a simple recharge could do so much to your hair, body and soul.
Your hair is who you are and what you want to portray yourself as. It is the first thing a person notices about you, at times it becomes your trademark, your symbol and in the end it becomes you. Be it the color,the style, the texture or the cut its all about the hair my love.
Embrace and love your hair no matter how it is and treat it like your baby. As Ivana Trump once said, ‘Gorgeous hair is the best revenge’, a woman can’t have a better weapon than her hair; walking down the street with beautiful, lustrous hair and the feeling of it swaying with every step makes every woman envy you and every man fall in love with you. Self confidence starts with your hair so why not give it new life, give it care and love it has been craving for all these years. Why not let it loose and enjoy it’s journey? Every new hair cut recharges your whole life, every new hair style reforms your personality and every new hair strand adds hope to your life.
Coco Chanel, the lady who made the world spin with her class and elegance, the lady with such panache which was never again attained, the rightful owner of the LBD is herself an example of how a woman’s hair can reform her entire life and make her an icon. The woman who rocked a cropped hair cut for years one said, ‘A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life’ and so she did. And so can you.
With immense passion and love for my own hair, I hereby hope that all you beauties out there will start placing your hair as the number one fashion statement maker hereafter because that is what it deserves. Always remember no matter if you have your personal stylist no matter if your shoe cupboard has line up of Jimmy Choo’s and Louboutin’s, in the end your hair is something which you can never hide and its your hair which makes you and is the perfect fashion statement.
At most fashion shows, hair-styling takes more time than make up or dressing up, every wondered why?