Thicker, fuller, stronger hair. Basically what everyone wants. Rarely do I hear someone complain that they have too much voluminous, strong hair. There are some great products that help your hair grow (check out this post where I talk about a few of my faves), but what about the hair that you still have? Who is looking out for those strands? Answer: Bumble and Bumble.
A good friend of mine has a hilarious system by which she evaluates whether or not to buy clothes. She calls it the CPW – “Cost Per Wear.” If it’s a classic, timeless piece that she’ll be able to dress up and down, wear with a stack of pre-purchased items from her wardrobe, she’ll invest. If it’s an in-trend item with a style that’s likely
Ask: I’m looking for a botanical conditioner and gel for my curly hair. Any recos? Or, should I just buy Devacurl products? Answer: Sadly, I haven’t had much luck with Devacurl. It makes my hair dull and a little drab, so I’m not the biggest fan. My first question back: why specifically botanical? Yes, botanical products typically contain recognizable (and pronounceable) ingredients and are infused with
Ask: Any tricks, tools, or products that will help your hair grow faster? Answer: Yes! So – obviously there’s no magic potion that will help Rapunzel your hair, but here’s the rule when it comes to growing your hair: strong hair breaks less, which keeps it looking amazing, and will promote growth. If you have weak, damaged hair, you’re going to need to cut it
Frizz-free, super-soft, silky-shiny hair. Oribe did it again. They just released Cleansing Crème For Moisture and Control that does all of these wonders, in one simple step. I was skeptical, of course (as always), but I was wowed by the results. Prep yourself for it. The cleansing cream doesn’t foam. Taking a page from the “no ‘poo” revolution that happened a couple of years ago,
If you’re like me, you spend a lot of $$$ on your hair: from highlights to cuts, products and tools. One of the most overlooked and underrated expenditures is your hairdryer. My friends from long ago know that I don’t mess around when it comes to hairdryers. Once upon a time, I had one that shorted out and threw me across the room causing nerve damage
Ask: Do you ever use dry shampoo? What do you think about them and which do you recommend? Answer: Quick answer is: Yes, I love them, and typically Oribe Dry Texturing Spray. In my opinion, there are two types of dry shampoos: ones that soak up excess oil in your hair to give you another day in between shampoos, and others that give you texture