ONYC Hair Reviews: Gabrielle H.

Gabrielle is gracious yet gets straight to the point and does not dear take shortcuts when it comes to quality. She strongly believes she is worth the very best.

onyc hair reviewsonyc customer raveFollow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/onychairnbeauty




Things to Know About Remy Hair Extensions!

Exactly when deciding to wear hair extensions, it is vital that you keep yourself aware of the ins and outs of this hair and magnificence design. We’ve revealed the top things that you must consider Remy hair extensions so you can settle on an informed decision.

They are not intense to Wear.

ONYC Remy hair things are pleasant and easy to wear. For no good reason, there are people who acknowledge that Remy hair extensions reason trouble. Those with sensitive skin and first time customers may feel uneasy at first yet burden won’t last more than several minutes.

You don’t need to change your lifestyle while wearing Remy hair things.

This is a myth that has been around for quite a while. No extra thought is vital when using ONYC Remy hair things. Remember that tenable Remy hair must feel, look and bear on like your authentic hair so the thought and thought you put into your own specific hair can similarly be joined with your Remy hair extensions. The inspiration driving why you are wearing 100% virgin remy hair extensions is to upgrade your look, issue you more sureness to acknowledge life and like yourself so it shouldn’t hold you down in any way.

Treat it like your own.

We couldn’t get enough of underscoring this. Just because it is divisible and support and “not by any methods your hair” doesn’t mean you should put less care to it. Clean it twice or thrice a week with a delicate cleaning agent, condition it essentially like how you’d condition your hair, significant condition it also in the wake of subjecting it to warmth or substance prescriptions. Brush them reliably to envision binding and you may put olive oil to immerse it. No hair is faultless, even human hair tangles and gets hurt without fitting thought.

Remy hair may be virgin or non-virgin.

Virgin Remy hair is plait trimmed human hair that has never been subjected to any indication of substance treatment. Non-virgin Remy hair is braid trim hair that has been hued, straightened or bent previous or in the wake of social occasion from the provider’s head. The fingernail skin are set up and face the same heading, of course, the strands of hair have starting now been managed.

Remy hair is the best kind of hair expansions.

Why? Since it gives the most well-known appearance, it tangles less, it is smoother and silkier and healthier than others. It is assembled in pack like when you trim hair that is being held by a twist, accordingly, consistency of hair strands can be guaranteed.

Skim through our gathering of Remy hair developments and pick one that fits your hair styling needs.You’re sure to find ONYC hair to be brilliant, regular, persisting and sensibly assessed. Attempt ONYC Remy hair things out and see the qualification.

Follow us on Google+.

Cleanse your hair in five easy steps

If you have natural hair, you’d understand how washing can be a bit challenging. A splash of water can instantly bring tangles and knots and a head full of mess. But with the 5 easy to do hair care tips that we’ve prepared below, you can get through washing your natural hair with ease.

Cleanse your hair in five easy steps:

1. Prep your hair with oil prior to shampooing your hair.

This is commonly called as “pre-poo” or before shampoo. This basically refers to deep conditioning natural hair prior to washing it with shampoo. Apply a natural oil onto your entire hair, from roots to tips, and leave it for about 30 minutes before shampooing your hair. The oil will nourish your natural hair and protect it from shampoo’s harsh chemicals. Coconut oil is recommended as it not just moisturizes hair, it also helps lessen hair fall. Lathering your natural hair with oil is very important especially if you will be using a clarifying shampoo

2. Use a sulfate-free shampoo to lather onto your hair ONCE.

We use shampoos to clean our scalps and the cleansing properties in shampoos can be a bit harsh on our strands. Opt to use sulfate free hair cleansing shampoos and get your scalp cleaned without stripping the natural moisture of your hair strands. Gently massage your scalp. Rinse well with lukewarm water. If you need to further wash your hair, use a conditioner this time.

3. It may be difficult for you to wash your whole head at once if you a full and thick and big crowning glory.

It may be best that you try sectioning your hair into 4 or 6 sections. You may twist or braid sections of your hair and remove one braid at a time and wash it. Remember to keep the roots loose so you can still gently scrub your scalp. Braid the washed section again after it’s done. The process may take some of your precious time but don’t worry, it will be totally worth it as you’ll encounter less knots, tangles and breakage.

4. Use a microfiber towel to dry your hair.

The usual cotton fabric of towels can create tangles and cause breakage. Opt for the softer microfiber fabric to dry your hair. Just don’t forget to squeeze the water out first and avoid rubbing.

5. Check the amount of hair fall and the extent of hair breakage during washing and drying.
A little damage, of course, is inevitable when we handle our hair but excessive breakage and hair fall means that you need a protein treatment. So after your usual hair washing, make sure you keep an eye on the damage your natural hair maybe experiencing.

Remember that a careful natural hair care regimen will save you and your hair from bad hair days. This regimen includes the use of non-drying shampoos, gentle manipulation, and a good washing technique that you’ll get from practice. Simply follow the hair care tips we’ve mentioned and you’ll never endure another hair washing nightmare.

ONYC Hair Reviews: Tonya S.

Tonya S. is a proud ONYC® Veteran!

She’s been hooked on the ONYC® top quality brand since 2009, when she first learned about ONYC® via hair blogs, she began to wear it. Tonya even made a point to ensure that she obtained her ONYC® hair and had it expertly installed for her cherished nuptials last summer.




Follow us on Instagram >> http://instagram.com/onychair

Things you should know about Black hair

Black hair remains an interesting topic. So to give everyone an idea about Black hair and all the care it needs, we’ve gathered some of important facts about Black hair that we think you should know.
There’s a reason why ONYC Black hair weave continues to be a bestseller and we’re glad that we are able to provide solutions to the needs of women not just those with Black hair but those who WANT Black hair as well.

Black hair needs gentle touch.

ONYC Fro Out


Because Black hair is very fragile, you need to apply gentle strokes when handling it to prevent hair loss and breakage. Only use a wide tooth comb for detangling. Fine tooth combs snag and pull kinky and tightly curled hair. Also, be very gentle while brushing so you don’t snag the kinks and coils.

Black hair needs moisture, moisture, and a lot more moisture.

Coconut OilBlack hair, ideally, must stay away from drying hair products such as gels, hair sprays, and hair mousse. If you need to set black hair, opt for leave in conditioners and styling lotions with higher moisturizing properties. This type of hair loves oil. So in case of application or use of drying styling hair products, make sure you lock in moisture afterwards with a light hair oil.

Black hair in braids or weaves can also be washed.

ONYC Tight Kinky Curly HairBraided and weaved hair is washed the same way as any other type of hair. However, more care is necessary to avoid tangles and knots from forming. And because black hair is drier compared to other hair textures,  it shouldn’t be washed as frequently. A weekly shampooing and conditioning is typically more than enough.

Keep minimum contact with black hair.

Keep minimum contact with black hair.

The reason why black hair is kept in protective style like braids, twists and buns is because more contact with hair leads to breakage. The more you touch black hair, the weaker it becomes. Remember that delicate touch is necessary with black hair.

Black hair benefits from night caps.

Sleeping with a night cap(1)Sleeping with a satin bonnet or on a satin pillow case will protect your hair from the movements your head makes when you sleep. This in turn prevents hair from tangling and breaking.

Now that you know some of the essential facts about black hair, we hope that you will be more mindful of your daily hair care routine.

Follow ONYC Hair – Twitter | Google+ | Instagram | Facebook | Linkedin

Top 7 Recipes for Natural Hair Growth

Looking for inexpensive and easy ways to facilitate and maintain healthy natural hair growth? Check out these top seven hair growth recipes and see that you don’t need to spend a fortune in the salon to ensure optimal hair growth.

1. Vinegar Rinse

ONYC Hair Care Tips

Vinegar can help restore the optimal pH value of the hair strands. The pH level of vinegar also seals cuticles making your strands stronger and look shinier. You may use 1 part white or apple cider vinegar with 2 parts water. Add a drop or two of your preferred essential oil to mask the vinegar smell. Use the vinegar rinse as final rinse after shampoo. You may do the vinegar treatment 1-2 times per week at the beginning to 1-2 times per month to maintain proper hair growth.

2. Olive Oil and Egg Yolk Hair Mask

Olive Oil and Egg Yolk Hair Mask

For natural hair growth, mix 2 tablespoons of olive oil with a couple of egg yolks. Dilute this mixture to half a cup of water and massage it to your scalp and hair. Let it sit for 20 minutes and rinse with shampoo afterwards. This is a very effective treatment that you can do 1-2 times per month. The proteins and vitamins in egg yolks will make your hair softer and shinier and the vitamins A, D, and E will prevent thinning of hair. Vitamin D, itself, keeps split ends at bay and promotes growth of healthy natural hair.

3. Rosemary Leave-in Conditioner

Rosemary Leave-in Conditioner

Crush two teaspoons of dried rosemary leaves and combine it with 300ml of water. Massage it onto your natural hair starting at the ends and working towards the scalp. This non-greasy and light mixture need not to be rinsed. Use it after shampoo. Rosemary solves thinning hair problems at stimulates the scalp for proper hair growth.

4. Honey and Onion Juice Hair Rinse

Honey and Onion Juice Hair Rinse

Using a juicer, take the juice from a small onion. Add 1-2 teaspoons of honey into the onion juice and apply it to spots in your hair that look thin. Leave it overnight without covering. Shampoo your hair the next morning to get rid of the smell or simply add a drop of your preferred essential oil prior to applying the mixture.

5. Avocado and Coconut Oil Hair Mask

Avocado and Coconut Oil Hair Mask

The oil in this mixture can get rid of flakes or dandruff therefore keeping your scalp healthy. A healthy scalp is necessary for natural hair to grow. The Vitamin E in avocado repairs and protect the strands while the Vitamin B promote hair growth. The lauric acid in coconut oil penetrates deep into hair cuticles to promote protein growth. Just get a ripe avocado, mash it, and add 2 tablespoons of softened coconut oil. Blend until creamy and comb through hair covering up to ½ inch from your roots. Leave it for 30 minutes on your covered hair then rinse with cool water.

6. Oatmeal Hair Mask

Oatmeal Hair Mask

Use ½ cup oats for medium length hair mixed with 1-2 tablespoons of almond oil and a quarter cup of milk. Mix together and apply on tangle-free and dry hair, from root to tips. Leave for 20 minutes, rinse with water, then wash hair with shampoo as usual.

7. Yogurt-Egg Mask

Yogurt-Egg Mask

This is one of the most popular hair growth recipes. Beat eggs until foamy, blend in the yogurt and massage onto scalp and hair. Use a shower cap and leave the mask on your natural hair for about an hour. Rinse with cool water and mild shampoo.

Read more about ONYC Hair Reviews.