February 22, 2010 | Filed Under Store News | No Comments
Ladies & Gents—So the curls is out of stock again! Sold out in a week – we are expecting more products in stock late this week.
Virgin Wavy and some Loose Curls will be in stock this week.
Late Next Week:We are expecting the following
Frontals and closures
In two weeks we are expecting:
Currently in stock:
Lace Closures: Virgin Curls
Lace Frontal: Virgin Wavy
Have a great week!
February 19, 2010 | Filed Under Tips N Tricks | No Comments
Here are some great tipd tips for the curly girls! I have this tips somewhere on this site, however, reinstating them is no harm!
If your hair is highly textured (translation: lots and lots of curls), it often has a mind of its own. One day it’s frizzing; the next it’s lacking shine.
Dry and fuzzy, untamed and unmanageable: it’s the hair you love to hate. But when it’s perfectly coifed and completely under control, highly textured hair is undeniably sexy and the envy of many.
Ted Gibson, celebrity stylist and Hair Basics experts, says to keep this hair type from spiraling out of control, it’s imperative to shampoo less. “Women with this type of hair are not too concerned with oily hair. Sometimes natural oils are better for this type of hair. Shampooing once a week helps with that,” he notes.
And because this hair type tends to be on the dry side, conditioning daily is essential. “Every time you wet your hair, use a little bit of conditioner,” says Gibson. “This will moisturize and give it the conditioning that it needs.” A deep conditioning treatment is also recommended to replenish, restore and rehydrate-all of which will help with overall manageability.
While most of us go months without a cut, Gibson is firm on this hair type getting trimmed every four to six weeks. “Highly textured hair tends to get frayed on the ends more easily,” says Gibson, making it appear untidy and undefined. As for the cut, Gibson says to opt for layers over a blunt cut. “You want there to be different variants and lengths so that you have a lot of fullness and sexiness.”
When styling very curly hair, choose products that are more moisturizing and less drying. Lightweight styling creams, shine serums and leave-in conditioners will help define the curl, control frizz and enhance shine. Styling gels are also an option (and a product many women with this hair type swear by), but make sure to look for one that offers light and flexible hold so the hair looks and feels soft, not stiff and crunchy.
After applying styling products, allow the hair to air dry or use a diffuser. Once the hair is fully dry, you can use a small barrel curling iron to further define, smooth and separate the curl.
For even more tips on styling highly textured hair, check out our video (above) with Ted Gibson, who walks you through each curl-shaping step. Or, click through the gallery below for a visual step-by-step.
February 16, 2010 | Filed Under Store News | No Comments
Ladies & Gents – Hope you are having a fantastic year! Laniks Hair Boutique, has been very blessed to have wonderful and loyal customers, and we are always grateful and appreciative of our customers.
We are working hard to continually bring you the quality product at an affordable price.
The following items are currently in stock:
- Virgin Curls X^1 – Machine weft
- Fresh Relaxed
- Kinky /Afro curls Indian Origin (please note that some hair in this texture is just really deep curls! It’s not a tight curl pattern)
- Virgin Wavy
- Virgin Curls Lace Closure & Frontal
- Fresh Relaxed Frontal
- Monotop Wigs
We are expecting the following items in stock in about three weeks:
- Virgin Curls Frontals
- Virgin Curls Closures (Lace and Silk)
- Fresh Relaxed Frontals and Closures
The following items are currently out of stock and we do not have a specific time when items will be restock:
- Belissimo Kinky Kurls
- Belissimo waves/ curls
- Belissimo straight/curls
- Kinky Kurls X^2
- Lace wigs
- Please note that we are not accepting custom orders at this time
Please email if you have questions. firstname.lastname@example.org