This is my first time posting a question, I apologize in advance if I put it in the wrong section or someone has talked about this before (I couldn't find anything) please forgive me I just wondered what everyone's thoughts are on hair perfumes… have you used them? Do they damage your hair or make it dry or oily? Do they make your hair feel like kinda dirty or weighed down? Are they the same scent as the perfume line? Would they work on skin as well? I would very much appreciate any advice or experiences… thanks so much and have a lovely day
i'm male , 26, indian. i have short hairs. a little rough & curly. i'm using joseph argan hair oil & serum. i want to know should i change my hair oil or use any other particula hair product to make my hairs a bit sodt & extra shiny
I have very fine, naturally curly/wavy, frizzy, shoulder length hair. The texture is fine...but there's a lot of it. It's also very temperamental in the sense that one day I can wake up and look like a curly-haired goddess...and the next day I could wake up and look like I stuck my finger in an electrical socket. There's really no in between. On my electrical socket days, I like to flat iron to try to tame the beast a little. I was using Living Proof's Straight Spray and it was doing WONDERS for my hair. BUT, the smell was a bit harsh. So, when my bottle ran out, I didn't repurchase. Just bought the Kendi Dry Oil via a recommendation from my lady at Sephora and it's just O.K. Definitely doesn't do for my hair what the Straight Spray does and I'm not able to go as long in between washes. I would really prefer to not go back to the Straight Spray b/c of the smell. Has anyone else tried either of these? What were your thoughts? I know I can always go back in & exchange the Kendi for the Straight. But I'm wondering if there's any other options that are similar to the Straight spray but without such a harsh fragrance.
Anyone else dying to get one of these but terrified it will eat/scorch their hair? I think this is basically the same device as the Conair Infiniti Pro Curl Secret Curling Iron Conair Infiniti Curl Secret Babyliss Miracurl Miraqueen My hair is pretty long, think and coarse. It looks like it is super easy for very thin straight hair but I have seen some pretty scary YouTube videos where people who seem as spastic as me are not having a magic hair experience. I would LOVE to hear some feedback on: How long does it really take to do a full head of thick/long hair? Is it really faster/easier than a normal curling iron? It looks like minor screwups are common - do they result in damage or is it just (really) scary looking? If you curl your hair reg ularly, is it practical to think this could be a daily/every other day tool or is it more for special occasions? Thanks!! http://www.sephora.com/curl-styler-P384662?skuId=1 582352
I color my hair black with drugstore bought hair color. I do it because my roots are white/grey. And I am only 28 years old and I have whites/grey...I don't even know how that happened! It's the worst thing to have!!!! I hate it! Ugh!!! I was just wondering, how can keep my black colored hair looking vibrant and shiny and last longer? I know you should prevent blow drying and using hair tools, but any other suggestions? I see so many girls on youtube that have black colored hair and their hair just looks healthy, shiny and so vibrant. I want that type of look. Any suggestions? I don't mind drugstore and Sephora product recommendations. Please help!!!
I have mid-length, thick, coarse, color-treated, naturally wavy hair. I want to find a good shampoo, conditioner & styling products to coax my wavy hair into curls. I'm currently using the Oribe beautiful color shampoo, conditioner & mask hair upon countless recommendations and I REALLY dislike them. A nice scent is important as well as frizz control and enhancing my natural waves more into curls. Any suggestions?
I am wanting to try extentions (clip-in) for my wedding that is coming up in 11 days but my hair trial is in 3 days on Friday afternoon. What kind do you suggest I try or rush order if I have to order online? Ive never used these before. my hair is slightly thinning on top from losing weight and stress probably over school and the wedding planning (mostly by myself and MOH) Any advice would greatly be appreciated... Also: for wedding day: regular make up (diorskin forever) or airbrush (temptu) ?
Hello! I have super curly hair naturally, pictured below. I normally keep my hair pretty short, even a little shorter then this photo, but I grew it out for my wedding. My hair stylist straightened it and then put loose curls back into it with a curler. I am wondering if I can acheive curls like this without a straightener and a curling iron. I prefer to have my blow dryer as the only heat element on my hair. I want to keep the health of my hair as intact as possible. Also, straightening takes more than an hour by myself. I thought maybe larger curlers could work, but I do not know where to begin with that. All I have really ever known is air drying my curls (which I haven't done in 10 years) and my blow dryer with a diffuser attachment. I did have a stint for three years where I only wore my hair straight, but that wasn't nice to my hair and I couldn't spent all those hours doing something better then straightening my hair. Please help this curly girl out! Also, this is ultimately what I would love to do with my hair
i don't like flat ironing my hair because i think that i will burn myself when i do the back. When i do flat iron my hair get frizzy fast so i have to put a lot of hair spray and i don't like doing that.i also don't want to lose the waves that are in my hair.
Hello, I have extremely thick hair. Its not oily and its not super dry either. But everyday, even right after brushing, the back section tangles up extremely bad. I just have to barely move my head and my hair is tangled up. Is there any products I can try to prevent the tangling? I can't stand having my hair cut short and its super annoying. Thanks.
Hey! I have naturally wavy/curly hair (pretty much in between, some pieces are curly, some wavy). I blow it out every time I wash it because I hate it so much naturally!!! It's frizzy and just looks bad. I was wondering if someone had any recommendations for products made for my hair type?
Since my hair loss has been ruled to be pretty much ruled to be a mild variation of alopecia there wasn't really much options left. Go buy a wig, get super expensive treatments at a specialized doctors office, or buy minoxodil treatments to rub on your head twice a day. Anyways, I was wondering if any of you ladies used it/currently using it and what success you've had with it? I've been almost using it for about a month.
can anyone help me with any suggestions with a shampoo for hair thining i think it is either due to hormonal or my medication already had my thyroid checked and was fine. I saw a couple of shampoo on sephora website but not sure which one to get so i thought i would ask any of you beauty experts if anyone has used anything that worked good for them if they have any problems with there hair.
Does anyone know of a decent/good shampoo and conditioner brand that is reasonably priced? I want to try this no lather shampoo and see if it will really help my normal, chemically treated, wavy hair. I am not looking to spend a lot of money- but if I can find it in Ulta (to use coupons/points) or a drugstore, that is right where I want to be as far as price. I do however, really want it to be completely sulfate/paraben/anything else that they also put in household cleaners free...I've read that some say they are SLS? free but they really, truly aren't. They usually have something in them that isnt good, even if it isnt sulfates... If Sephora has one that isn't too expensive that you absolutely love, I'm open to any suggestions.
I'm conflicted on which blowdryer set to get? Has anyone tried either one with good or bad experience/results? I have fine, straight hair and want something to help with volume, not necessarily shine. http://www.sephora.com/t3-featherweight-2-living-p roof-full-volume-set-P390982?skuId=1666247 http://www.sephora.com/big-hair-don-t-care-holiday -kit-P389331?skuId=1638246 P.S. Has anyone successfully used a hot air brush for volume? I want to get one of those too but there are practically no reviews out there for me to gauge how well they work.
I've been doing my research on these before I pulled the trigger and use my $25 off $50 on them but I want yall's opinions on them first. Are they worth it? Do they work better than taking Biotin & Multi Vitamins?
Okie beauties, i will have a trip coming up pretty soon. My hair is super thin and easily damaged/faded by staying too long in the pool or ocean. Any recommend hair products? Thx in advance for any suggestion.