I was wondering if people had any ideas for a change in my hair. I'm not loving it at the moment. It normally looks like this: Spoiler (Highlight to read) No blow drying, no hot tools of any kind. Just my hair as it naturally occurs. No blow drying, no hot tools of any kind. Just my hair as it naturally occurs. And when I volunteer at the shelter and have to put it up, it's much easier to handle when I straighten it, like this. Spoiler (Highlight to read) I LOVE my hair right after my hairstylist blow dries it straight (which I can't do because my blow dryer is good, but not that good). Spoiler (Highlight to read) It also occasionally looks good naturally, but this is a very rare occasion. Spoiler (Highlight to read) And usually only when my bangs are a certain length. And usually only when my bangs are a certain length. I can't even tell what color my hair is, brown or blonde. XD But it is naturally wavy, often frizzy, thick, and very hard to control with barrettes and hair ties. It reaches my mid-back. Since I am not in college yet and not working yet, I usually just throw it up in a messy bun because I don't care. But I start college next semester, and I will be studying to hopefully become a vet tech. Not that hair is the most important part, but it needs to be out of my face when I'm at the shelter. (Today I was at the shelter, and my hair was in a ponytail but I had to stop several times to adjust my bangs because they were in my face.) If you have ideas, please reply! (Pictures of ideas welcome.) I will not cut it shoulders or above, and I won't dye it a "non-naturally occurring" color. I don't know what I want. New cut? Color? Something I can do to make my hair straight for a while? Should I grow out my bangs? Screech like a pterodactyl? If you've made it this far, thank you, and happy thanksgiving.
I recently purchased the T3 Whirl Trio curling want set and I have mixed feelings about it. It works just fine, but the metal foot that sticks out from the side of the tip of the barrel gets caught in my hair and it drives me nuts. I want a similar interchangeable wand set that has a smooth barrel tip. Any recommendations?
I have sort of a weird heritage; olive skin, light ash brown hair, blue eyes. I've always dyed my hair blonde... but I'm looking to do something different than just the classic platinum highlights. Any suggestions?? I'm wanting to switch to a color or color combo that compliments my olive skin tone.
I'm taking the plunge of going blonde-er very soon and I'm seeking advice and product recommendations. I have not had my hair dyed in nearly two years and haven't bleached since high school, and even then it was a horrible out of the box shade that never worked for me. So I'm going to get it professionally done. [Hair Inspiration in the spoiler] Spoiler (Highlight to read) I am needing advice on: A shampoo & conditioner to replenish and restore on the days that I wash my hair. A shampoo & conditioner to help control/prevent brassiness. A really great hair mask again for replenishment and restoration. Anything else I possibly might need to know about caring for and up keeping. My hair is naturally very curly/wavy, fine but full. Any and all suggestions and tips are greatly appreciated
Hey BTers, help an impulsive but indecisive sister out! I have a hair appointment tonight supposedly just for a trim, but I'm having urges of "oh screw it let's just chop it all!" I've had a pixie before and said I'd never do one again just because growing it back out was such a pain, but I have a fantastic hairdresser now whom I trust to make that process easier if I end up going for it. So... talk me back from the edge or over it! Picture suggestions also welcome.
I recently cut of 6 inches from my hair and have dyed it lighter, but it is really damaged now I keep getting regular trims, but I need some type of moisture repair mask, shampoo and conditioner that are good for blonde/ gray hair. Any help would be appreciated !!! Thank you!!
Hello, all. I've been wanting a new hair color for a long time, after going from a light blonde, to a medium brown, I've been thinking maybe a dark black, or maybe a cool gray, but I'm really not sure, as I've only done blonde and brown and I'm not very sure about what I'd want. I have a fair skintone, and green eyes, I'll add a picture, but I just wanted some opinions
I have natural curly hair which I am attempting to grow out healthily. With my hair texture (Japanese/Nigerian mix) I am quite prone to fairy knots, split ends and the whole nine yards. I've been dabbling with the "Search and Destroy" method, and everything that I've read emphasizes the importance of using high quality shears. What constitutes high quality? Does anyone have any recommendations for which brands and where I might be able to buy them? And apparently I need to learn how to proofread. I meant hair... not hear... (*>ω<*)
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 realllllly am in the need of a nice repairing leave in treatment maybe? I have loose curls and a little bit of frizz, I bleached my hair back in feb and I regret it, my hair is sooo dry and sooo frizzy and doesn't curl like it use to. HALLLLP ! pleaseeee
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'm looking for the best kind of hair product for the wet hair look, as seen in Demi Lovato's "Cool for the Summer" video. I don't want to use something that will dry out my hair and leave it super stiff. I still want to be able to run my fingers through my hair. More info: Dyed hair, thin/medium, lob length
I like the idea of washing my hair at night and sleeping with it in braids for waves in the morning. Problem is, my crown is a complete frizzy mess the next morning. I put anti-frizz cream in my hair at night before I braid, but what product can I use in the morning that will tame the frizz without requiring me to brush out all the waves I braided the night before? I have thin to medium hair that can't decide if it's curly or straight. I don't want something that will make my hair crunchy or still look wet. I'm after low maintenance with this styling approach!
I am looking for hair products that will make my fine short wavy hair manageable and full of volume in a humid location for holidays. I usually blow dry and straighten it, then put hair spray on to hold. I want to be in the water and not be a slave to my hair... Any suggestions?
So, I am 20 years old & I've been using clip in hair extensions for about 3 years now, which has REALLY taken a toll on my hair thinning & fallout (when i wash my hair) wise. My hair is damaged & has breakage from regular heat styling, & dying with box dye etc. I have naturally curly hair also that doesn't really have curl anymore, more just wavy. Looking for a shampoo/conditioner, treatmeant, anything really that might help my stressed locks?
My hair stylists said I should be using dry shampoo. She told me how to use it, but I need to find a good one without wasting too much money. Here are my basics. Hair color: Black - Dark Brown Hair Length: A bit past the shoulders Hair Texture: Soft curls (on good days)