Joywave Hair & Beauty Salon

Joywave Hair & Beauty Salon


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Joywave is the house of smart and beauty ,Beauty and smartness are our pillars of confidence.This is where you get tips to care for Hair,Skin,Nails .


Joywave Hair & Beauty Salon


✅Wash Your Hair Regularly. Washing your hair regularly ensures that your scalp and hair is free of dirt and excess oil.
✅Use Chemical Free Shampoos.
✅Condition Correctly.
✅Dry Your Hair Naturally.
✅Oil Your Hair Properly.
✅Use A Wide-toothed Comb.
✅Style Your Hair Naturally.
✅Trim Your Hair Regularly.
✅ Don't stay longer with Weave or Braids

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For us to bring Joy, a wave and a Smile we Visit your place a give a service you wish.


Dreadlocks, bold haircuts,and weaving is a call of our duty.

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Bold haircut is great and smart for man.
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Haircuts and Hairstyles gives you a better status.
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Joywave is for you ,visit and have your hair done.
New hairstyle and New cuts we do as you define them.

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Joywave Hair and Beauty Saloon


Joywave Hair and Beauty Saloon


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Summer time be neat and smarter always


Try this today it fits all occasions

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8 tips for naturally beautiful nails

1.Use moisturizer. When rubbing lotion or oil into your hands, make sure you work it into the cuticles and nails, too. ...
2.Care for your cuticles. ...
3.Avoid using harsh polish. ...
4.Seek out alternatives. ...
5.Buff instead of color. ...
6.Choose a good remover. ...
7.7. Make a natural nail-strengthening treatment. ...
8.Eat well.


Healthy Hair and Skin

When you understand that your health and wellbeing is related to internal balance, it’s easy to see that your outer appearance and skin condition is very closely tied to your internal health. Your body needs to be well-nourished inside to appear vivacious, healthy and glowing on the outside.

With this in mind, Bell Lifestyle’s hair and skin health supplements have been specifically formulated to create a balanced, nourished internal environment that shines through to the surface. Our Clear Skin† product provides essential herbal nutrients that act as natural blood cleansing agents that address the systemic issue that causes skin problems.* Stem Cell Activator†, product #63, is a stem cell activation formula that helps you naturally tap in to your own stem cell production. Its combination of herbs, vitamins and amino acids is rich in antioxidants, which are known to slow the ageing process.

Get glowing, naturally… with Bell!

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Health body begins with you.

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Celebrity hairstylist i give thanks to you for your motivation ideas in keeping hair and scalp smart and health,Joywave team gives you a big wave keep it up.


5 Things You Should Be Doing This Winter For Healthy, Beautiful Hair

Now that the winter months are upon us and the days are much colder, it’s time to start thinking about ways to protect our hair from the damage that the winter elements can cause. Here are five tips that will help you maintain healthy, beautiful hair this season.

1. One very simple tip is to wear a hat when out as it keeps your hair covered from the wind, rain and snow. But as we all know, no woman wants the “dreaded hat hair.” A great way to avoid this is to wrap your hair in a silk scarf before putting on your cozy, wool beanie. This helps to protect your hair from damage caused by the hat rubbing against your hair and it also cuts down on the static.

Another great way to combat static is to use a good heat styling product for blowdrying such as the Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Heat Protect and Shine Spray. This can also be used on dry hair before using a curling iron or flat iron.

2. During the winter months, it’s a great idea to treat your hair once a week to a deep conditioning treatment. This will help to replenish the moisture, which tends to get depleted from things such as the dry heat in your apartment and the cold winter air. I recommend something like the Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Moisture Lock One Minute Mask or Bumble & Bumble Quenching Masque. These products are quick and easy ways to lock moisture back into your hair.

An alternative is to use a hair oil like Oribe’s Gold Lust Nourishing Hair Oil after you’ve shampooed your hair. It’s like liquid gold for dehydrated or color-treated hair! This can be used on wet hair to blow-dry in or as a smoother and shine oil on dry hair.

3. I also find if you can keep washing your hair to a minimum, say two to three times a week, this will prevent your hair from drying out too much. And always make sure you dry your hair before leaving the house. Not only because you will get a cold, but the moisture in your hair combined with the cold air, will add further damage to your hair by making it more brittle and dry.

4. Regular trims are a great way to keep your hair in good health during the winter months as well — every six to eight weeks, just get a light dusting of the ends to help reduce the chance of dry, splitting ends.

5. One unexpected secret to keep your hair looking good in the winter is to invest in a humidifier. I know you’re thinking that humidity equals frizzy hair, but when you have the heat on, the air in your apartment becomes very dry and I find the humidifier helps stop your hair and skin from feeling dry. The main problem with the humidifier is that they’re not very nice-looking. I recently found a great one by Middle that looks chic and works great.

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Joywave Hair & Beauty Salon updated their phone number. 02/06/2018

Joywave Hair & Beauty Salon updated their phone number.

Joywave Hair & Beauty Salon updated their phone number.


We are a team with one vision to make you smile through out Joywave team is united to give the best service.Hairstyles,trimming,manicure etc call or app to book.


Have you ever noticed that it seems your hair grows back just minutes after shaving? While it really hasn’t, it’s annoying for most of us and makes shaving more of a chore than anything else.

Did you know that a survey revealed that women spend 72 days shaving their legs over the course of a lifetime, meaning approximately 1,728 hours? Shaving also ranked as women’s most disliked beauty ritual, with 35 percent of the women polled saying they loathed shaving their legs more than anything else, such as doing their hair and tweezing their brows.

But fear and loathing don’t need to continue when it comes to razor bumps. If you prepare properly, you can prevent razor burn from occurring in the first place. If it does occur, razor burn natural remedies such as witch hazel, aloe vera, tea bags, baking soda and more can help get rid of razor bumps. After you read all the natural ways to soothe your shaved skin, you might even start to look forward to shaving!

Symptoms, Causes & How to Prevent Razor Burn

Because shaving can be a nuisance, many of us seem to skip important steps to ensure a good, smooth shave. After all, trying to get it done in a hurry can cause problems for your skin, such as creating razor burn or even bumps. Yet shaving is considered good hygiene for many, usually starting during teenage years. The most common areas are the legs, armpits, bikini, eyebrows, and face for females; and the face, abdomen, back, chest, groin, and legs for males.

It’s frustrating when you think you have gotten a good shave to realize that you have this annoying burning sensation commonly known as razor burn. Razor burn is an uncomfortable and unsightly skin condition that can occur after removing unwanted hair. It can cause unsightly razor bumps, known as pseudofolliculitis barbae, that take some time to heal. It can also cause ingrown hairs that occur when shaved hair regrows, curls around and grows back into the skin. Razor bumps appear most frequently in African-Americans and others who tend to have curly beards and hair. Usually, the bumps will go away on their own after the hair grows out. (2) (3)

The symptoms of razor burn are razor bumps, redness and a stinging sensation. What causes these annoying characteristics in the first place? Usually, it’s caused by a poor quality razor or a razor that has lost its sharpness, resulting in the dulling of the blades. Dull blades often cause you to use more pressure, which can result in razor burn and that uncomfortable burning sensation.

Finding the perfect razor is a challenge. There are disposable ones and electric ones. That good razor is one key component to a good shave free of razor burn, razor bumps and razor rash. Cleaning the blades of the razor is helpful to avoid build up from, not only the hair, but from the shaving cream, lotion or oil you may use. Believe it or not, your hair type may need a certain type of razor. You will likely need to experiment to find what is best for you. Regardless, switching out the blades after a few shaves or upon noticing that they are dull is always best.

Shaving can be a challenge for both men and women, but there are many ways for how to get rid of razor burn as well as prevent them in the first place, ultimately helping you have a clean shave. Here are a few:

1. Do Not Dry Shave

Shaving without wetting the skin is a sure way to get razor burn! Before you shave, wet your skin which will soften the hair. Taking a shower or bath is the easiest way to do this. Most shave in the shower or tub which gives you an easy method of rinsing the razor too.

2. Prep The Skin

Using a good moisturizing shaving cream, lotion or oil can enhance the results. Try to apply this homemade shaving cream or consider using coconut or olive oil.

3. Shave in the Right Direction

It is important to know which direction to shave. While shaving against the direction of hair growth can give you a closer shave, in some cases it can also give you lots of nicks so be careful, especially for the bearded fellows.

For your underarms, shave from all angles to include up, down and sideways. For the bikini area, shave in the direction of hair growth first (inward) and gently against for an extra-close shave, but again, be careful because this can cause razor bumps and ingrown hairs. For the beards, shave in the direction of the hair growth and for the legs, shaving against the hair growth. (4)

4. Change the Blades

As noted above, to ensure the best shave, change the blades or throw away disposable razors after 5 to 7 shaves. This will help minimize irritation and the chance for bacterial infections.

5. Take Care With Acne When Shaving

If you have acne, you will need to take special care while shaving because it can irritate your skin and make the acne much worse. Never try to shave off acne. Shave carefully around acne instead. You can try both electric and safety razors to see which works best.

If shaving a beard, it helps to soften your beard with soap and water before putting on shaving creams, lotions or oils. Shave lightly and only when you have to. Consider my acne scar removal mask to help heal the acne as soon as possible, which will help you get to a smoother, cleaner shave sooner. (5)

6. Heal Ingrown Hairs with a Hot Compress

You can make a hot compress by soaking a cotton wool cloth in hot water and pressing it gently against your skin. The heat opens up your pores, allowing the trapped hair to become free, and then grow out in the right direction.

7. Be Careful with Razor Nicks

Ever notice how a razor nick seems to never stop bleeding? Even a minor shaving cut can be complicated, especially if located around your lips where your beard may need maintenance, as that area is very sensitive. You may need to experiment with electric or disposable blade razors to see which work best for you and your skin type.

If using a razor, make sure it has a sharp blade since dull blades will cause razor nicks and cuts, razor burn, razor rash and razor bumps. Minor cuts from shaving are usually harmless as long as your razor is kept clean. If bacteria has built up in your razor, it can cause infection. Some shaving cuts might be located in the area where clotting is really slow such as the lips. These cuts can leave permanent scars. So, make sure you shave lightly to prevent nicks in the first place.

8 Natural Remedies to Prevent & Heal Razor Burn

Want to know how to get rid of razor burn? Look no further than these eight natural remedies.

1. Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has been known as a traditional remedy for helping soothe irritated skin. You can snip the tip of an aloe leaf and squeeze the gel directly onto the razor burn area, or you can purchase pure aloe vera gel at your health food store. Just make sure it does not contain any artificial colors or fragrances.

A study shows that topical application of aloe vera found no skin irritation but rather proved the integrity of the formulation. The aloe vera showed anti-inflammatory activity when applied.

2. Witch Hazel

I have shared great DIY recipes using witch hazel to help clear acne, but it can also act as a natural antiseptic to help reduce inflammation in the skin. Witch hazel contains chemicals called tannins, and when applied directly to the skin, witch hazel may help reduce swelling, help repair broken skin caused by razor burn, and fight bacteria. Simply apply it directly to your razor rash and bumps to help reduce the redness and irritation and provide faster healing. (10)

3. Lemon Juice

I am sure that the idea of lemon juice sounds like adding an additional stinging sensation to the problem, but lemon juice is naturally acidic and helps to stop bacteria from colonizing ingrown hair follicles. Additionally, it is high in vitamin C, and can be used safely on the skin to help promote the skin to develop new skin cells more easily. Apply lemon juice to razor burn to help reduce redness and prevent infection by killing any bacteria that may have formed. (11)

4. Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is a natural anti-bacterial agent. Use tea tree oil by applying a small amount to the razor bumps. Tea tree oil is a natural astringent, similar to witch hazel and lavender oil, and can help to alleviate skin irritated from shaving. Pure tea tree essential oil should be used and is very strong, so always dilute it with a little water before applying it to your skin.

5. Tea Bags

I love it when there is a simple remedy right in my kitchen cabinet! Black tea bags may help to get rid of razor bumps. Black tea contains tannic acid, which can help reduce redness and inflammation as well as soothe burning caused by razor burn.

No need to go for the fancy ones since cheap tea bags contain more tannic acid and work better than more expensive brands; however, I am a big believer of organic everything when possible. All you need to do is moisten a black tea bag in warm water, then rub it over the affected area for about three minutes. Repeat a couple of times a day as needed.

6. Baking Soda

Baking soda is an old-fashioned home remedy for razor burn that may also help get rid of razor bumps. Just dab a bit of it onto the skin using a cotton ball soaked in a cup of purified water and one tablespoon of baking soda. Allow the mixture to remain on the skin until dry, then rinse with cool water. This should help the stinging and redness disappear. You can do this two or three times a day until the bumps subside.

7. Lavender Essential Oil

Of course, using the right essential oils can soothe and treat razor bumps and razor burn. Lavender is known for it’s soothing and healing properties, helping to eliminate any redness and irritation that may have developed on the skin as a result of a bad shave. Try applying lavender by diluting six to eight drops in a carrier oil, such as grapeseed or almond oil, and gently massage onto the skin.

8. Coconut Oil or Olive Oil

Many oils that you may use for food preparation can actually be great for your shave. Often these products would work best by wetting the area before the razor is used. Animal fats and vegetable oils may have been used as a shaving lubricant since the practice of shaving began.

The use of oils for shaving, or shave oils, is growing in popularity, largely due to their razor glide-enabling and moisturizing properties, and because shave oils can be made without the addition of toxic chemical ingredients and may assist in making the shave smoother and closer since they are non-irritating. Coconut oil and olive oil are both non-comedogenic, meaning that they can be used on the skin without clogging pores. They are highly highly emollient helping to soften the skin. Olive oil is absorbed by the skin a bit faster than coconut oil, but both are great options leaving the skin silky smooth.




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