These days, deciphering the ingredient lists of your favorite beauty products can be so frustrating because it’s difficult to tell what all those chemicals actually mean.
I called my hairstylist in a panic—a mere 48 hours after she’d bleached the ever-living daylight out of my hair, I had strands breaking off and falling out. It was a sharp turn of events from two days prior when I left the salon looking fabulous after my stylist had done the impossible—transforming my naturally ...
Between the chemicals in shampoos and conditioners, the blow drying, heat treating, and dyeing, hair takes quite the beating.
Only one thing is better than savasana on a Saturday morning—the potential of eggs benedict to follow. But after a few shoulder stands and vinyasas, your hair might look a mess.
When temps dip, skin requires a little more love: But as you trade in lighter lotions for heavier, more nourishing creams and slather lips in coconut oil, don’t overlook your most versatile beauty asset—your hair.
In the late 1980s and ’90s, seven Brazilian sisters started a revolution in Midtown Manhattan that would alter the feminine landscape in the United States for years to come. When these women opened the doors to their J. Sisters salon, they introduced a signature service from their native country: the Brazilian wax.
In a lot of ways, I’m a California hippie.
On a scorching day last summer, I was driving by a salon and in the heat of the moment, I impulsively pulled over. In a flash of what felt like divine inspiration, I decided to chop off my waist-long hair.
Bad news. “I can’t tonight, I’ve gotta wash my hair”, is no longer a valid excuse to get out of that blind date.
Victoria’s Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio single-handedly ignited a new hair craze after an Instagram photo of her stylist running an open flame up and down her hair to burn off frizzies and split ends went viral earlier this week.
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