hey guys, so i was talking to my dad and he's been trying to get more hair regrowth. he always had a full head of hair (he's why my mane is so lustrous lmao) even after chemo a while back, but he still wanted to try to get more regrowth if he could. the only thing is that he's the opposite of me and wants to keep things natural with no "chemicals". are there any products anyone could recommend that won't scare him off by sounding too sciencey? lol. even stuff like hairbrushes would be great. i've never needed to delve into the world of hair growth because i've always had too much of it tbh .
I recently purchased the Drybar "big blowout bundle." From what I can see from the pictures on the Sephora website, Bio Ionic makes, the Drybar blow dryers, as their names is printed on the side. However when I received mine, I don't see the name "Bio Ionic," on it. Do they no longer make Drybar's blow dryers?
For some reason I can't ask a question on the product page. Does anyone know if the Bumble & Bumble Surf Foam has thermal protectant for my hair? It seems like it would since it is a blow drying product, but the page doesn't explicitly say so. Thanks.
One of my friends is considering straightening her long hair. She prefers DIY methods. I have researched in google and saw Matrix Opti.care helps to keep hair smooth and straight. Is there anything she should consider before getting straight hair?
Do the Invisibobble hair ties leave dents in anyone else's hair? I bought them to try them but they seem to leave dents in my hair! I don't know if it's just the way my hair is or if I'm not using them right, but they leave dents in my hair.
I recently decided that my hair needed a change. It was long and I never used any product or anything. I just flat ironed it. It's really thick with natural curls but they're not cute so I make it straight. So I got it cut. It's now a "lob" just below my shoulders. I really want loose/beachy waves like the lob pics here: http://www.somewherelately.com/2015/03/new-hair-fo r-spring.html I got a 1 3/4" curling iron but I think it's way too big so I'll try a 1 1/4". But I need help with product. Obviously I shampoo and conditioner but then what? Should I use something before blow drying? Before using the curling iron? After? One thing I recently got was a root lifter. I used it for the first time today but I wasn't impressed. (It was Aquage... I don't think I used enough). I feel like a need a heat protectant and something to set the curls but I don't want a really stiff hold. Help!
Hello, I am interested in getting extensions and wonder if ya'll can share with me any experiences you've had with Tape-in hair extensions. I bough clip in but it felt heavy, gave me headache and kept sliding down my hair. I wonder if the tape-ins would be better since the weight is distributed across the tape, instead of focused on the clips.... Any input would be much appreciated!
Hi everyone I'm Scott, I'm growing my hair out and need some product recommendations please. My hair has a slight wave to it and is prone to dryness and slight frizz if I leave it to its own devices. My current routine: I shampoo and condition with Pureology Precious Oil and then apply one drop of Josie Maran Argan Oil and one drop of john masters Organics Dry Hair Nourishment and Defrizzer (mixture of natural oils) to wet hair and leave it to air dry. This works well right now because my hair is still quite short. However, when it gets longer, I would like to incorporate a styling product. Is there something available I could use that will quickly set the style in place when it's still wet but that I'm able to brush out and still retain a natural but set look? If that makes sense. I've already come across a product which I think might be suitable called AVEDA Confixor Liquid Gel. Does anyone have any experience using this product or any of AVEDA styling products, particularly the gels and creams? Also, I'm not adverse to using products that contain silicones and/or quats because I think the shampoo I use has the correct combination of surfactants to remove and prevent build up. Do you have any product recommendations please in any price range? I'm looking for a gel/cream to use as a leave in on wet hair that will work without heat and will not cause stickiness or flakes but still hold the style in place. I'm also open to any other suggestions or advice. Thanks
Looking to get extra volume that's lightweight, not sticky or greasy, to use on my extra thick straight hair that I occasionally add curl or wave too. I don't want the gunked up stuff I have to wash out that night. I also don't have to look like a grease ball and I rarely use conditioner because of my hairs extra softness. I am currently using suave professionals seafoam all day foam stuff and love the formula, but kind of want to see if there is anything else out there. I see they have other formulas in the suave line now, but there are also others I am eyeing...not your mothers, got2b, nexxus. Should I stick with same one and I am never a suave fan except this and looking for both drugstore/ low end and mid level products. Suggestions?
I have very long, naturally thinner hair and a few years ago I began using the Bumble & Bumble Thickening Serum and it was a miracle product for me and made my hair very noticeably thicker. I usually stock up on it during sales, so I haven't had to purchase one recently. I went to Sephora last week I saw they didn't carry it anymore, so I looked it up online and I can't find it anywhere, not even the B&B website! Does anyone know of a comparable product I could use instead? I really don't want my hair to go back to being thin and limp! Thanks everyone! (In case it's important, I still use the Thickening Shampoo and Conditioner almost every time I shower.)
I've been using bumble and bumble straight shampoo and I love it. Im debating on whether to get the matching straight conditioner or a different one from their line? Or any other conditioners you love? The hair line for Canada is small-ish in Sephoras.. so hopefully its something we can get in store (cough*briogeo*cough)
So I decided to go ahead and buy the Bio Ionic One Pass Iron over GHD's new Platinum one. Mainly in part do to functionality issues with my Eclipse (I had two that suddenly broke after less than a year's use ) and did'nt want to risk it happening again. Also, I did my homework and searched Platinum reviews and saw the negative ones were quite similar, death beep that overheats and never works properly again. I contacted GHD on why they never respond to the negative reviews , I found them to be very evasive with me almost like they new the design could have faulty issues. I new right then and there the Bio Ionic would have my vote, I found a lot of praise on this iron and several salons nearby highly recommend it and carry it. Moreover, I'd pick functionality over pretty packaging any day, I want to get my money's worth.
I purchased this Japanese hair product from my salon the other day. $35, but I have seen it on Amazon for around $25. It's an AMAZING leave-in that makes your hair silky soft (and look at the bottle!). It also comes in a "light" version. If you really want to go nuts, they also make a hair oil (orange bottle) and a light version hair oil (yellow bottle). You can also get them shipped directly from their website from Japan, but it will take about 30-45 days for delivery. The description online says that it smells like apples, however, it smells like fresh laundry to me...kinda like a laundromat! Purchase it, you won't regret it ;-)
Has anyone tried and compared Bumble and Bumble's Surf Foam Wash shampoo to John Frieda's Beach Blonde Cool Dip shampoo? I have tried B&B and know I like it, however it is a tad pricey. I love their new Surf Infusion spray compared to the original, so I'm not so interested in John Frieda's spray, despite it being a cult classic in its own right.
I want to get a new hair styling tool. I had been using drugstore versions up until now, mostly because I seldom used heat styling tools before. But as I am curling my hair more and more, I want to invest in a "nicer" product. To get an idea of what I am looking for: I have very flat, straight hair, currently mid-length, just below collar bone. If I just came out of the shower, it will literally look like it's been straightened. So the main purpose of me curling my hair is more for putting in some volume rather than the curls themselves (I do like curls too tho!) I have a curling iron and a straightener, and I find myself reaching for the straightener more for just putting in some messy curls. So after some research, I have narrowed my choices down to 3ish: 1. GHD classic straightener (225 CAD): lots of raves, seems versatile and durable. Given that I already love curling with a straightener, this looks very promising 2: GHD curve (295 CAD): I am looking at both classic wave and creative curl wands. Mostly inspired by Fleur de Force's review, I love how her hair looked with these. I don't have much experience with wands, but given that I love messy-ish big curls that just add volume, these look like a time saving way (and a little more fool-proof...I have to be a bit more careful with a straightener to make sure each curl comes out uniformly) 3: T3 world trio (255 CAD): Another one inspired by a you tuber (Tati btw, who raves about this). I love the fact that there are 3 barrels that lets me experiment more with different looks, and the white exterior is so pretty. But I have came across some reviews about T3 products dying after a year or two. Please give any insight you have! I really appreciate any input!
My oven just went up and flames and burnt all of my front hairs to a crisp. Thankfully, I'm fine, but my hair is not. The front hairs are basically all now an inch or less. Does anyone have any secret tips or products they know of to help hair grow back nourished and hopefully quick? I'm not looking to get romaine or anything like that but hopefully something extremely nourishing and moisturizing. Any help/ advice will be greatly appreciated. 😰