2021 Hairstyle Trends to Help You Stay Ahead of the Curve

2021 Hairstyle Trends to Help You Stay Ahead of the Curve

We all want to look good, but it’s hard when you’re not sure what style will be popular in the coming months. So we’ve gone ahead and researched for you! The following blog post includes a few of our favorite hairstyles from Therapy Hair Studio that are trending right now so that you can stay ahead of the curve and look good this season.

Blonde balayage is a less drastic version of the usual root touch-up. It can be used on any hair color, and it looks like you’re just highlighting your natural blonde strands with some subtle lightening. The lighter colors look great against darker skin tones and brunette shades – so if anyone in your family has dark brown or black hair, this would make them stand out even more!

This year is likely to witness an increase in volume for short hairstyles. This means adding curls to long locks and shorter cuts being given more body by using volumizing products such as spray mousses or additional layers of styling product near the roots. These styles create a lot of movement without having to go for the full-blown curly look.

Waves are a type of hairstyle that often gets overlooked because they seem kind of basic, but they’re actually pretty chic! They can be done with all hair lengths, and in any color combination you like. We recommend using a volumizing product on your roots if it’s too limp or flat before styling.

The latest trend when it comes to bangs is going back to basics: straight across cuts or blunt fringe styles are making waves on mainstream media and among celebrities who have been seen rocking them everywhere from red carpets to casual day out sessions as well as runway shows.

The last recommendation on this list is the lob, which is a cut that goes just below your shoulders and has one side curled over to give it some volume when styled with waves. The bob, which can be worn short or long as well as straight or wavy depending on your mood – we predict this will be a popular style option for those with short hair who want some variety.

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Micronutrients: The Miracle Workers in Your Diet

Micronutrients: The Miracle Workers in Your Diet

You can’t see them, you can’t taste them, but micronutrients are essential for your health. What are they? These substances play a vital role in the function of your body and its development.

Micronutrients include many vitamins and minerals that work together to promote good health. They help regulate metabolism, maintain healthy skin, produce red blood cells – just to name a few!

What Are Micronutrients?

Micronutrients are nutrients that the body needs in small amounts and can either not produce on its own or cannot get enough of from food intake alone. Micronutrients include vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.

There are 13 essential micronutrients that the body needs to stay healthy and to function properly:

  • Vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and K
  • Minerals calcium, chloride, potassium, phosphorus, and zinc
  • The amino acids histidine

How To Include Micronutrients In Your Diet?

The key to good health is getting the right amount of micronutrients. I Am Clovis says that some people may need more than others, depending on age and other factors like pregnancy or breastfeeding. In general, you can include these micronutrient-rich foods in your diet for great results.

Strawberries: This antioxidant and anti-inflammatory food are full of vitamin C, folate, potassium, fiber. One serving has only 30 calories!

Salmon: Eat this protein-rich food for Omega-three fatty acids, which helps to reduce inflammation in the body. It also contains selenium which protects cells from damage.

Avocado: This fruit is full of monounsaturated fats, which help lower your bad cholesterol levels and improve blood pressure. It also has vitamin E, potassium, iron, magnesium, and folate! It’s a Powerhouse with only 160 calories in one serving.

Vegetables: Choose from broccoli, asparagus, cabbage, cauliflower, or bok choy. They are packed full of vitamin C and fiber!

Nuts: Almonds, for example, have omega-three fatty acids, which reduce inflammation in the body and help to lower bad cholesterol levels. Nuts also contain healthy fat that is good for your heart health.

You can start having all these food items regularly to get all the necessary micronutrients that your body needs and add any good superfood supplements along with them for better results.

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