Beauty Tips & Trick For Everyone


When trying to get silky smooth hair,  most people think its impossible without heavy greasy serums or sprays… They thought wrong. In today’s world we have tons of products ranging from Shampoo & Conditioner to Serums & Sprays that are light weight and wont leave your hair greasy.​

After coloring your hair you want to make sure that you are using the right shampoos & products on your hair. Products with alcohol & sulfate will strip down your color a lot faster than products without those ingredients.

At Shear Organics we only care hair care products that are sulfate free, paraben free, gluten free, carcinogen free, keratin free, PABA free, biodegradeable formulas, never tested on animals, & are Eco & Vegan friendly.

We recommend coloring your hair every 4-6 weeks.. This will allow your hair to rebuild itself before the next colouring treamtment. Coloring your hair too often will cause damage to it, dry out the cuticle & make it brittle & weak. No one likes the look of distressed hair!


 From fine to course hair,  you want to make sure that anytime you use heat you use a heat protectant. This will help seal down your cuticule and protect it from damage that can occure. Also using a UVA & UVB protectant can also help protect your hair colour from the sun.

Hate buying more products than you really need?

We carry shampoos & conditioners that not only have a heat protectant in them but they also have  UVA & UVB ray protectants as well. This will help you cut down your salon costs on all the different heat protectants you may think you need & your wallet will thank you.

We have gathered for you 10 tricks of the trade, which ensure gentle and proper blow-drying with gorgeous results. Your hair will be healthy and shiny!

1. If at all possible, don’t use the high heat settings of your blow-dryer. The air stream should feel comfortable on the back of your hand.

2. Keep your distance! Keep the hair dryer at least 8 inches away from your hair.

3. If your hair is fine you should set the air stream to low. Otherwise, you may end up with tangles in your hair.

4. Blow-dry every individual hair strand from the roots to the ends. This technique provides smooth cuticle layers, which are the basis for healthy, shiny, and well-protected hair.

5. You should keep the blow-dryer moving constantly to avoid applying too much heat in a single spot. We recommend dividing the hair in several portions and securing the strands with large hair clips or grips. Work your way up blow-drying your hair from the neckline to the crown of your head so that you don’t hit the same strand of hair multiple times.

6. Most of us have to somehow live with the morning rush. Whenever you must speed up drying your hair use a higher setting for the air stream, not for the heat.

7. Always use a heat protectant. These products help prevent blow-drying damage.

8. Try not to blow-dry your hair immediately after shampooing. Ideally, you should allow your hair to first dry for 15 minutes under a towel turban. This saves effort and also cuts down on the hair exposure to the blow-dryer.

9. The diffuser attachment of your blow-dryer spreads out a more even air stream. This also prevents exposing individual strands of hair to too much heat.

10. Once you are done blow-drying your hair, briefly apply a stream of cool air. This cooling step gives your hair more elasticity.



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