Hola! So, I'm dying to know everybody's beauty tips (or ideas!!) for longer healthier hair? Pills, shampoos, product, homemade remedies, style ideas (heard a ponytail is good for hair growth?) seriously, any idea would be helpful! Is there anything I could get at a salon to help out? Besides a trim... Just anything for me to try and get some long beautiful locks! Thanks!
I get confused! I hi lite and low lite my hair. It is fine. Daily wash and condition, blow dry and flat iron. What Shampoo and Conditioner do I use. My hair is not too dry; I use Argon Oil which helps in the dry desert climate I live in.
Hey all! As I'm sure I've stated before, I have recently become a student again for the first time in a decade... it's great for my future, but horrible, HORRIBLE on my current financial situation. I am not able to afford a haircut right now, and my hair is doing some strange, strange things. No matter what I do ( clarifying shampoos, cowashing, kendi oil, deep conditioning ), the bottom half of my hair is a dried out mess, and my roots are flat as a board. Does anyone have some maintenance/styling tips for me until I can make it to the salon? I am becoming so sick of throwing my gross hair into a bun!
Hello Girls, I was out shopping, and ran into this stand they have at the malls! Its about straighteners, and of course the people were persistent to try out the straighteners! So I did ._. and was actually amazed by how good they were! Ive had it for about a week now! and its been straightening my hair really goood! better than the other straighteners I have! Its called Pretty Young Thing! I got the Rose leopard one! original price is $300 dollars but I got it $175 and they added in this hair serum called Herstyler, Smells sooo good. Ive used it couple of times, but it dont compare to my Chi silk infusion . Have any of you heard of this brand? Heres a picture of it
The title basically says it all. I have really long, thick, wavy hair--and I'd consider myself very lucky if it weren't for all the frizz! I suspect it's because my hair is dry. =/ Any suggestions? I'd prefer something that can be applied to dry hair to sort of "tame" it, but at this point I'm pretty much open to anything that works--conditioners, shampoos, relaxing balms, oils, anything! Extra love if it smells amazing. Thanks for the help. =)
Poll time, guys and dolls! I am curious how often each of you wash your hair. Also... do you prefer washing it in the am before work, or in the pm before bed? I am NOT a morning person, so I definitely am an evening hair washer, and do so every 2-3 days, depending on certain factors. Ok, I want your feedback as well... and, GO!!!
I need some advise bout Hair spray. I live in Az and it's starting to feel like summer already with the temp's in the high 80's and the spray's I have been using do not seem to hold a style in the humid weather. Any suggestion's?
PLEASE HELP! I'M DESPERATE! I have very fine hair with little frizzies around my temples and the crown of my head. My hair is naturally curly/wavy but it never looks right if I let it go natural. My hair is incredibly dry and brittle. If I let my hair air dry, it is one big frizzy ball of dry hair. So everyday for work I must blow dry and straighten my hair. I use It's A 10 leave in miracle treatment (which used to work wonders, not so much anymore) before styling each day, and Argon Oil to try and smooth the frizzy fly aways after straightening. But yet my hair still feels dead and dry. It tangles easily, and feels like my fingers are running through straw What are some products I can use to restore my hair, and give me that beautiful soft, silky smooth, frizz-free, shine, that I will be able to run my hands through with pride?
Can dry shampoo be used on African-American hair? I'm interested in trying a dry shampoo out but I'm not sure that they are formulated for my hair type. I have thick, coarse hair that is chemically relaxed and I don't wash it everyday. Any suggestions?
QVC is having a WEN TSV (Today's Special Value) March 15th! Price is $59.96 + $8.47 shipping/handling. It will include: (1) 32oz Cleansing Conditioner (of your choice: Sweet Almond, Fig, Tea Tree, Lavender, Pomegranate, Cucumber Aloe or Bamboo Green Tea) (1) 16 oz Six Thirteen Cleansing Conditioner (1) 5oz. Six Thirteen Styling Creme & (1) 2oz. Replenishing Treatment Mist (matching the WEN flavor of your 32 oz. choice) Wanted to give all of the WEN lovers a heads up!
I've been in cosmetology school for a month (a redken salon) and a lot of my instructors seem to have mixed feelings on the subject. Personally I lean towards sulfate-free because I've noticed the change in my hair (good ones). I heard sulfates strips your hair of it's natural moisture, which depending on how often you wash your hair can be damaging. Some people say though it's just a gimmick to make you buy something you believe is better for your hair. Opinions? Also what do you use at home for your shampoo and conditioner.
Hi! I'm dying my hair rose gold, and I'm having a hard time finding a shampoo/conditioner/treatments that won't fade the color. It's such a pretty color and I want to preserve it as much as I can! Does anyone know of any? Thanks for all your help
I have thick, long, wavy mexican hair. I have not been able to find a product that I can us to elimate frizz after my hair drys. I like to wear it curly. When it is semi-dry it looks great but once it drys it looks like a puff ball. Any suggestions?
Hello Beautiful Ladies! I am a naturally curly girl; I would guess my hair type is 3c and I have just recently started using Deva Curl products which have done wonders for my curls, however, my problem area is still the scalp where I have major frizziness. My process begins with generously applying the Conditioner in the shower, then gliding the light hold gel. Are there any recommended products to use (preferably within the Deva Curl product line) that could smooth out these frizzies around the scalp area without causing build-up?
Hey girls, I have really curly hair that is dry and prone to frizz. I've tried lots of different serums and mousses but none seem to work can any of you help? Getting sick of wasting money on things that never do anything HELP! Thanks
Hi guys and gals! I've been thinking about trying to lighten my really dark brown Asian hair for the summer. I would probably go get highlights, but the 'rents both refuse to let me dye my hair (they think it's too pretty as it is now). But, I'm sick of the color! I've had it my whole life and I want to change it so badly. I've been researching products such as Sun In and other lightening agents, but I'm realizing all of these products have warnings for people with darker hair, saying that the product will lighten but will bring out more red tones. I was wondering if anyone has used hair lightening products before and can maybe give me some suggestions.
I wanted to try wen for a long time. I ordered just the individual bottle a while back and really liked it, so I thought I would order the set this time to try the other products. This time I don't seem to like it as well, and I noticed that the ingredients on my bottles are different. The ingredients listed on Sephora are the same for both, but still different than both of my bottles. Some of them I know are just in a different order, but doesn't that change a product too? Has anyone else noticed this and does anyone know why?
I was reading some article (it was in Shine I think) it listed a few beauty apps that would make you life easier, and one was an app called Glamsquad. Has anyone heard of it or used it?? Is it a new thing or has it been around a bit. I downloaded the app and basically the hairdressers come to you and do your hair, you pay online and they do everything else you just need to have wet hair when they show up they do blowouts and updo's and things like that. This sounds like a neat concept I suppose if you had an event you were going to and wanted a nice updo or some hairstyle you couldn't do yourself. What do ya'll think???
I am looking for a new leave in conditioner that is good for curly/wavy hair. I currently use mixed chicks, but I find that it is too heavy. (I also use living proof prime style extender and argan oil in my hair after I wash it and I would like to continue using both things.) I need the conditioner to be super light-weight as my hair is weighed down very easily. My hair is also prone to frizz. What are some ones that are popular/good? For reference, I have type 2B hair (naturally curly). Thanks!
I have naturally thick, long, curly hair (which is color treated). I do use flat irons and blow dryers just bc I have not yet found a product to work on my hair. It seems at first the products do justice for my curls until my hair is completely dried. That's when the frizz occurs (and sometimes my curls even drop). I would love to wear my curls out more often. I have tried deva curl. Wasn't too fond of it. Miss Jessie's is okay along with some of Paul Mitchell's products. Is there anything out there though that can define, hold, and tame my curls? Suggestions please... :-/ Thanks in advance!
Hi, everyone first of all sorry for pic not to clear but I wanted to give a better idea of my hair. Its curly frizzy dry and the curls fold and twist around each other in thick pieces (if that makes any sense) whats a good leave in condition or treatment to make em softer and less frizzy and look overall healthier
I've been noticing that I've been having flat hair...T.T I really want some volume up in here. I feel like that commercial singing "why you gotta be like that?" I'm having a fight in my head and it's either Pantene volume Shampoo & conditioner. I've had this product before when I really "poofed" up my hair, and it worked. Or should I try something different...like I've been thinking the Dove Oxygen Moisture Shampoo....what I really want is something to last a few days until my next shower. What should I use?...Or should I use something totally different?
Does anyone use this? What are your thoughts?? I'm going through a sample phase right now and trying to use up all of my foil packets and samples and today I came across the Living Proof PHD 5 in 1 styling treatment. A little bit about my hair. It's Straight, thin, frizzy, damaged/colored, and I'm living in an area right now where the water is so hard that I can't even drink it after being brita filtered! Over the past 2 weeks it brings me to tears to comb/brush all of the knots out of my hair. It's so dry and damaged that once I do brush it and dry it I still can't even run my fingers through it. Cut to today, the Living Proof PHD 5 in 1 Styling treatment was next up in my hair care sample stash so I used it thinking it would be nothing special. Wow, I can actually run my fingers through my hair! Brushing after blow drying was not that awful (still some snags)... What do you ladies think? Is this a one time thing that's working because it's a new product, or is it really this good and have I found a HG product? I only have one sample pack of it so i'm going to use it sparingly and try to make it last so I can form a better opinion for myself, but I really would like to know what opinions you ladies who use this product have!!!!! Thanks
I'm so glad to announce that my hair is finally 100% natural. It's been a very long journey to finally get to my original natural hair and I love it! But I have a little problem. I can't get the best results for my natural hair. What kind of shampoo and conditioner can I use that will give me the best results for a healthy looking hair without any chemicals or heavy texture feeling? I'm a very simple person. The truth is that the only two different brands that I have always use are Garnier and Herbal Essence. I realize that I need a change, a good change. My goal is to maintain very strong hair, healthy scalp and thick shinny hair. Can someone please help me? Any recommendations? Thanks.
I'm trying to figure out which new conditioner to buy. I have long and thick Asian hair that is sometime dry and unmanageable. Should I get the Bumble and Bumble Creme de Coco, a Living Proof Conditioner, or the Oribe Signature Conditioner?