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DREAM COAT For Curly Hair

Meet the “curl whisperer”! Breakthrough, light-as-water spray air-dries to deliver the silky, glossy, perfectly defined, “crunch-free” curls of your dreams!

Finally! A “one and done” styling solution for most waves, classic curls and spirals.

Delivers all the combined benefits of out-dated gels, serums and heavy creams but feels like nothing is on your hair!
Super-light “miracle moisture mist” technology is ALCOHOL FREE
Features proprietary Elasta-flex, a trifecta of powerful polymers that address every challenge that stands in the way of curl perfection!
Perfectly bundled, hydrated curls with supernaturally glossy shine



Finally! A “one and done” styling solution for most waves, classic curls and spirals.

Delivers all the combined benefits of out-dated gels, serums and heavy creams but feels like nothing is on your hair!
Super-light “miracle moisture mist” technology is ALCOHOL FREE
Features proprietary Elasta-flex, a trifecta of powerful polymers that address every challenge that stands in the way of curl perfection!
Perfectly bundled, hydrated curls with supernaturally glossy shine

Usage: After shampooing and conditioning or alternatively, wetting hair thoroughly, gently squeeze out excess moisture.
Comb if desired. Spray liberally, section by section (making sure to spray underneath sections as you !). Air dry, or blow-dry using a diffuser.


isit safe/healthy for your hair?
Yes it is safe for your hair. Like all our Color Wow formulas, Dream Coat for Curly Hair is engineered to deliver exceptional styling results on color-treated hair (as well as virgin hair.) with:

How does it feel on the hair?
Like nothing is on your hair! Unlike typical products used to control and style curls (creams, serums, oils, gel sprays etc) Dream Coat for Curly hair does not coat hair with heavy weight build up that leave curls greasy and droopy or stiff, crisp and crunchy, Dream Coat for Curly Hair feels like NOTHING is on the hair, but the texture looks and feels exceptionally healthy and hydrated.

How often do I have to reapply the product?
Reapply Dream Coat for Curly Hair whenever you shampoo and condition your hair. Or, on days when you don’t wash your hair, wet your hair thoroughly then saturate with Dream Coat for Curly Hair. Air dry, or blow-dry using a diffuser.

Your Skin

Your skin is your protector that meets and greets your external world. As your body’s largest organ, the skin serves as a waterproof covering that helps keep out foreign invaders and protects against temperature changes and sunlight. Your skin is tough and it can take a lot of punishment, but some things can make it look bad and weaken it. The following are ten actions that are harmful to your skin.

  1. Picking, Popping, or Squeezing

REMEMBER: Popping zits doesn’t make things better; in fact, it often makes things worse. I realize that it’s tempting to think that squeezing them will help them heal more quickly — especially the swollen, red goobers filled with stuff! But scrunching these guys only pushes the inflamed gunk deeper and wider into the skin and that’s what most often results in scars. So, lay off the lumps! Having said all that, I realize that it’s hard to resist a squeeze or two here and there, but only do so when dealing with blackheads and whiteheads.

TIP: If you’re a do-it-yourselfer or plan to become a dermatologist or a cosmetologist, you can buy your own comedo extractor at a medical supply company. Better yet, see a dermatologist or go for a facial to have your blackheads and whiteheads extracted professionally.


  1. Pre-tanning at a Salon

Pre-tanning at a tanning salon to get ready for the intense sun at the beach isn’t the great idea that it’s been cut out to be. In fact, whether you acquire a tan quickly or slowly, you still damage your skin. Just like the sun, artificial tanning equipment beds and sun lamps emit UV rays that can cause burns, premature aging, and skin cancers, especially if you’re a higher risk, fair-skinned person who produces less melanin.


  1. Smoking

You’ve heard about the risks of smoking (like lung cancer, heart disease, and emphysema). But have you ever noticed that the skin of elderly smokers tends to have a yellowish coloration? Next to sun exposure, smoking is the highest factor in wrinkling. In other words, smoking makes you look older!

TECHNICAL STUFF: The nicotine in cigarette smoke also causes small blood vessels and capillaries of the skin to contract. This diminishing circulation deprives the skin of much essential oxygen it needs to create and maintain healthy skin cells.

There’s no controversy about this one — don’t smoke!


  1. Taking Too Much Vitamin A

You may have heard that vitamin A helps cure acne. What you may not know is that if you take too much of it, vitamin A can accumulate in your liver to dangerous levels and cause serious health problems. It’s best to get your vitamin A in moderation, from whole foods. Good sources include leafy greens (like spinach and watercress) and orange veggies (like sweet potatoes, pumpkin, and carrots).


5.Traveling the Perilous Peel and Dermabrasion Route

If your complexion is dark, you may run the risk of having streaking, uneven pigmentation after chemical peel or dermabrasion procedures. Moreover, if you scar easily or tend to form keloids, you should probably consider these procedures as being potentially too risky.


TIP: Get a second or third opinion from practitioners experienced in these procedures on patients with your type of skin before embarking on something you might regret.


  1. Treating Rosacea with Over-the-Counter Medications


Don’t try to combat your rosacea alone. You should discuss your rosacea skin-care with a dermatologist. People with rosacea tend to have red, inflamed, sensitive skin.

7.Applying Topical Steroids to Your Face


Okay, if you have a mild rash or itch, you can go to your local store and buy the over-the-counter, low-strength cortisone cream or ointment to treat the symptoms for a few days or so. However, don’t make it a regular habit! Topical steroids can cause acne and potentially thin your skin after continuous use.


WARNING: You definitely should not use a potent prescription-strength topical steroid on your face unless instructed by your doctor or dermatologist. Steroid-induced rosacea and skin thinning are much more likely to occur with the high potency creams.


  1. Shaving with Four-In-One Razor Blades

If you have acne, shaving bumps, or sensitive skin, four-in-one razors–those that guarantee the closest shave– aren’t for you. Ignore the ongoing battle between razor companies to see who can stick the most blades on a single disposable razor head. Besides costing an arm and a leg, incredibly sharp blades will wind up shaving closer than what is necessary and really irritate your skin!


  1. Using Mystery Products

If it sounds too good to be true, it probably isn’t true.

Exercise caution — some of these drugs may have fraudulent claims, and others may even hurt you. Herbs can be as toxic and dangerous as prescription drugs. Look out for and avoid:

“Secret” formulas (real scientists share what they know)

Amazing breakthroughs or miracle cures (real breakthroughs don’t happen every day, and when they do, real scientists don’t call them “amazing” or “miracles”)

Guaranteed cures

Let your healthcare provider or dermatologist know about any of these products you may be taking or are considering taking.

WARNING: There have been reports of severe toxic reactions, so you should be very cautious before trying anything that is untested.


10) Looking in the Mirror too Much

If you’re undergoing treatment for your acne, you should know that it won’t improve overnight and by examining it continuously, you just magnify any flaws — real or imagined. Finding those flaws can cause stress to both you and your face.


TIP: When you apply makeup, use a “soft focus” with your eyes and don’t take magnified close-up looks at your zits or comedones. You’ll be amazed at how quickly your skin will improve if you ignore it for a few days at a time while your medications have a chance to work!


For a long time people have stuck to the idea that fringes can’t be worn with curly hair

But in actual fact, there’s no better way of adding structure to a haircut than a well chosen, professional-looking fringe.
Curly hair. Before you think about getting a fringe, you need to make sure your hair is in good shape. To do this, use shampoos and treatments to counter your hair’s generally dry nature. We also recommend layers to help distribute the volume of your curls.
Which fringe? There aren’t really any restrictions when it comes to choosing a fringe for curly hair, but we do recommend avoiding overly short fringes. These are difficult to maintain and tend to be a slave to the weather. When it rains, fringes tend to lift, which kind of defeats the point of a short fringe!
Before you head to the salon, think carefully about the fringe you want so that your hairdresser can advise you on how to tame it. If you plan on straightening your fringe, you can usually keep it as long or short as you like. But if you plan on leaving it natural, it’s best to keep it on the long side to make it easier to style.
Generally speaking, curly, bouncy hair tends to look better with a longer fringe, worn slightly to the side, or a side fringe, which are both easier to wear. The side fringe looks great with layered or thinned hair and adds a bit of structure while maintaining the wild effect created by your curls.
How to look after it. We recommend visiting Strands  regularly (around every 2 months) to stop your fringe getting too long – this can look rather unflattering! A fringe is a great way of enhancing curly hair, and should not be neglected!