Looking for a conditioner that makes your hair soft, shiny, and manageable? You can splurge on a $20 bottle at your salon that’s made with chemical ingredients you don’t recognize, or you can stroll into your kitchen and pick up a bottle of apple cider vinegar, or ACV.
You don’t have to be on a beach to enjoy perfectly tousled hair. Give yourself beachy waves wherever you are by mixing up a bottle of this DIY sea salt spray using just four simple ingredients. Sea salt adds volume, while coconut oil and conditioner lock in moisture so your locks don’t become brittle. Including ...
Summer might be the best season to head outside, but exposure to chlorine, sand, and sun can take a toll on tresses. For color-treated or highlighted hair, you also want to protect against fading, and we know just the products for the job.
Coconut oil on hair? Well, I can personally relate to the benefits. It all started a few months ago. 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 ...
Some world travelers say the best way to get to know a city is to walk its streets and visiting its most important monuments. For me, it’s walking the aisles of the local drugstore.
Is there anything more chic than sunshine-streaked hair? There’s a reason “surfer-girl highlights” endure as one of the most-requested looks at salons everywhere. But if you’ve ever spent a summer’s worth of weekends by the pool or beach, you may know that authentic sun-induced highlights come with damaging side effects. Jana Blankenship, founder of the ...
Between the chemicals in shampoos and conditioners, the blow drying, heat treating, and dyeing, hair takes quite the beating.
I’ve been trying to grow out my hair for ages, but it never seems to make it past a certain length before it starts breaking off. What gives? I’ve read that taking prenatal vitamins can help, but is there anything else I can do to speed up hair growth? —Courtney W.
A record-breaking blast of bone-chilling temps has made daily life harsh for much of the U.S. While hair problems are definitely not the most pressing issue people are facing during the polar vortex, they’re still downright irritating.
It may sound odd, but the best way to fight oily skin and hair is with—wait for it—oil! This is especially the case with one of our all-time favorite beauty essentials: jojoba.
Chemical relaxer kits, Brazilian blowouts, and flat-irons are treasured tools in an era in which stick-straight hair has become synonymous with “good” hair. The catch-22: these styling staples are pretty destructive.
Every now and then you might get lost in the eye-catching graphics and clever copy on shampoo and conditioner bottles promising the shiniest, healthiest hair ever. Guess what? They’re meant to distract from the ingredients list.
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