3 YouTube Hair Tutorials You Need to Avoid!



Before we go to work, we go so much to get ready. We take a shower, put on makeup, style our hair, make breakfast and sprint off to work. This is why mornings are very tiring. We have to do so much, only to get trampled by work and stress. If only we can lessen the work we do in the morning ad make things easier for us, that would have made a huge difference. That's why some women turn to the internet to find beauty hacks to make life easier for them. You can basically find a lot of tutorial videos on YouTube that teaches women easy ways to put on eyeliner or easy ways how to get smoky eyes. There are also video tutorials on how to rock new hair styles. We've all seen them and I'm pretty sure you have tried at least one of them. Unfortunately, not all of those videos work in real life. Others might even put you in danger. So, to help you out, here are some of the video tutorials you definitely need to avoid on the Internet.





    Try searching for  “Koolaid Dip Dyed Hair Tutorial”. Yes, you read that right, she used Kool-Aid to color her hair. According to the video, you just need to get a saucepan, place a couple packets of KoolAid and put some water. The variant would depend on what color you want to have. Place it on the stove, bring to a boil and remove the pan from the stove. Let it cool down for a bit and dip your hair to the mixture. Apparently, it works, but I don't think dipping your hair in a pot of boiling hot solution is a good idea. Also, heat can really damage your hair. So, while it does work, you're risking yourself to injury, hair damage and wasting a lot of KoolAid.




    Haircuts are essential to get yourself a new look. But, if your haircut involves fire, swords, and a Freddy Kruger-like contraption, it thinks it's best to stay clear. It looks cool, but an injured scalp might be a bit of a problem.





    Doing ponytails can be tough sometimes, especially if you're a dad. I mean, they don't teach that at school. So, this dad made use of a vacuum to help him make his daughter a ponytail. It definitely is funny, but it might present some dangers, especially for the child.


    These might be revolutionary discoveries but, when it comes to your hair, it's best to stay safe and just stick with the basics. Why not be contented with what you look and just aspire for shiny hair with the help of DKoye's The Shampoo? It contains algae and kelp extracts that help the hair retain its moisture while 10 amino acids help strengthen the hair. The result? Strong and healthy hair without putting yourself in danger.

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