The last time I used a L’Oreal hair product I felt like I was washing my hair with Tide. It was a soapy, overly-lathered, big mess…the products also kind of smelled like Tide. At about $3.99 for a shampoo and conditioner you can’t really complain, but needless to say it was not an experience I want to replicate.
I’ve been obsessed with side braids for years now, especially during the hot summer months when you want to keep your hair off your neck as often as possible. Emma Stone makes the style seem effortless, but the relaxed, “undone” look actually requires a bit more doing than you’d expect so I’m turning to the professionals!
Normally we see summer frizz and think, “No, thank you!” We buy all sorts of sprays and serums to keep the dreaded f-word at bay, but what if for once we just let it happen – or to be more exact, made it happen?
I can’t live without dry shampoo. My hair is so thin that if I didn’t break out of my habit of washing it everyday I was going to go bald before the age of 40 (especially because more often than not I also have my hair up in a tight ponytail…bad, very bad…). Unfortunately when you work out pretty much every day and your hair gets gross and sweaty that’s hard to do…
I love the sexy beach waves that off-duty models always seem to be sporting. Is it because they’re coming from a job where some genius hairdresser carefully crafted the look? Do they live on the beach?? I’ve been trying for years to learn the secret, only to realize that the appearance of effortlessness actually requires a pretty serious effort
The excitement we feel at the start of summer can disappear as soon as we walk out the door if our hair isn’t ready to take on the humidity. It’s frizz city out there! Most products try to fight it using silicone or oils, and they do work to tame the crazy – as long as you’re okay with flat hair.