This bugs me so much! I just bought the T3 Bodywaver and every time I try to use it the bottom of my hair where the clip reaches creates this crispy looking crimp and it looks awful. Any suggestions on how avoid this problem? This has always happened to me even with cheaper irons.
I use Terax conditioner, and since it comes up for sale on HauteLook at half price occasionally, I tend to stock up. Will it ever "go bad" or start growing something gross, or will it stay fresh as long as I keep the bottles closed until I need them?
http://www.sephora.com/low-poo-P378322?skuId=15095 87 Why is the product's image "unavailable" ?! Did Sephora discontinue this AMAZING, CLEANSING, SHAMPOO?! PLEASE, SAY IT ISN'T SO!!! I LOVE THIS SHAMPOO!! IT'S THE ONLY SHAMPOO THAT DOES NOT LEAVE MY HAIR DRY OR GREASY. IT CLEANS MY SCALP - IT'S MAGICAL!!! MY HAIR FEELS FRESH FOR 1 WHOLE WEEK WHILE RETAINING THE SOFTNESS OF MY NATURAL WAVES!!! MY HAIR ALWAYS FEELS SILKY, SMOOTH AND CLEAN WITH THIS SHAMPOO!!! I NEVER EXPERIENCED THIS WITH OTHER SHAMPOOS!!! PLEASE, I HOPE A EMPLOYEE FROM SEPHORA RESPONDS OR if you are a consumer & recently been to Sephora, did you see this shampoo still in stock?!
Hello all, Just moved to Toronto and I'm looking for a hairdryer with a wattage of 2000 or over. Cannot seem to find one anywhere and my UK blaster won't work either. Please save me from having hair that looks like a badly made hat!! any suggestions?? Thank you
I have straight and somewhat fine hair that gets oily/greasy quickly. I am going to Vegas in 2 weeks and I know that because of the humidity my hair is going to fall flat even faster. Any recomendations for volumizing products that wont make my hair even more greasy or weigh it down? I am considering the products listed below: http://www.sephora.com/bamboo-volume-48-hour-susst ainable-volume-spray-P374561?skuId=1415777 http://www.sephora.com/phytovolume-actif-volumizin g-spray-P2910?skuId=1512334 http://www.sephora.com/texas-tea-volumizing-spray- P384818?skuId=1564673 http://www.sephora.com/triple-sec-3-in-1-P388515?s kuId=1638212
Hey guys. I don't know if anyone can help me, but I have really frizzy, dry, sorta-curly hair. When I use the curling creme by KMS and a little cheap hair gel with a run of hairspray, my hair looks good for the day, but I've run out of KMS. I'm fine with my natural texture, I just need something that will seriously control my frizz. I've tried everything, and honestly, the KMS worked great for a one day thing, and I wash my hair every other day or every three days. I've been looking into the Josie Maran argan oil hair serum. Can anyone vouch for it? Or anything else? Thanks!
I love curling my hair but my medium length hair just won't hold it! I am completely lost and don't know if I should look for a wand or hot rollers, what products help hold hair or even which brands to look at.
I have dry hair to begin with and I made the mistake of getting partial highlights. Now the hair that is dyed is like straw. I've tried a couple of diff shampoos and tried oil treatments but it always ends up really dry. Please help!
I am half African American and half white, my hair is like a black persons hair, it's curly and it's thick. I get it straightened by a proffesional. I have such a hard time keeping it from frizzing and a lot of products become stiff! Any suggestions?
I just recently cut my hair short as it was very long, and i just want to get the length back but also to strengthen it while its growing out. I just really would like my long hair back. It was very brittle before and i cut it so it would get rid of the damage on it because i was curling and straightening it, but it has almost been a year since i put heat on it before i cut it so it was getting a little better with not applying heat. Since i have cut it i have used heat once or twice. But also i've mostly been having a french braid in or a high loose bun. So is that good to be doing or just keep it down in hopes of growing it longer. I normally wash my hair 3 to 4 times a week. The shampoo i use is tresemme keratin smooth and also that conditioner, and after i sometimes will put a moroccan oil in it. Also my hair is very dark brown almost black in color, semi thick. Please help me! It would be greatly appreciated!
I have been wanting to dye my hair for awhile now and since I'm going to go see my girl beyonce slay the stage (YASSS!!!) I thought this would be the perfect time. My hair is naturally black and I'm not gonna go lighter cause I feel that I would look SUPER weird. So I'm guessing the color I should get is jet black cause thats all i can think of. I'm also on a budget so I probably won't hit up a salon and I'm just going a shade darker so I think it would be a waste of money. I wanted to know if there are any good drugstore or beauty store brand hair dyes? I also have thin asian hair that has no life if that helps. I plan to do this once and not keep it going but if i notice a change and i like it then hey maybe i will keep dyeing my hair. Thanks again!!!
I hate facial, and hairs on my arms and legs. but its extra time and energy waxing and shaving them every now and then especially in the winter. I've been eyeing the Tria hair removal system for a while, but I didn't know if they would work for sure or create uneven patches or hair growth. plus the cost of it being $500ish, I was waiting until they upgraded further so its like all the flaws are corrected. I also thought the "window" or the screen where laser lights come out was way to small and would take forever to do the entire leg.. Also I have a lot of peach fuzz on the sides of my cheeks. Can it work for those as well?
I'm looking for a product to keep my hair curled and full of volume. It is naturally straight and soft, so the curls usually fall flat and kind of go straight. It is also above my shoulder. I know nothing about hair products. I tried this product at the hair salon, and loved it. Something similar would be great because I don't live by that salon now.
My 10 year old daughter has waist-length hair, that she would like to wear curly. I have tried putting her hair in curlers, and having her sleep in them. The curls have turned out beautifully, but her hair is so thick and long, that halfway through the day, the curls are drooping, from the weight of her hair. Can anyone recommend a product or products to use when rolling her hair, to give her curls a bit longer life? Thank you!
My 9 year old daughter has very fine hair and it gets stringy quickly. There was a drugstore shampoo (just a Dove brand) that worked well for her for a couple of years but I can't find it anywhere anymore so I think it was discontinued, and we've gone through quite a few inexpensive brands without finding anything else that works very well. I use a few different professional hair care products and I tried those on her but I have hair color and more heat damage so all my products are too heavy for her. We do blow dry her hair a few times a week. If anyone can recommend a lower to mid priced product line that will clean well enough to get out all of the sweat from gymnastics and playing in the dirt without stripping her hair, and a conditioner that will really condition without feeling heavy, I would really appreciate it! I think what we are using now is the worst one we tried all summer - if we don't find something better before school starts our early mornings are going to be terribly unpleasant as blow drying hair that is dry and sticky with residue is not going well!
This bugs me so much! I just bought the T3 Bodywaver and every time I try to use it the bottom of my hair where the clip reaches creates this crispy looking crease and it looks awful. Any suggestions on how avoid this problem? This has always happened to me even with cheaper irons.
I just started using Wen and have mixed feelings...My hair is definitely softer, but kind of heavy. Not sure how to explain. While I give it some time before deciding if I love or hate it, I'm wondering what's the actual cleaning agent in the product... There's alcohol in the formulation - is that it? Or the cleansing part is done just by the water? Any thoughts?
Has that happened to anyone? I've only used it twice and it seems like the conditioners about to run out. I paid 32$ for the conditioner so that's a tad bit overpriced for the amount I got. Should I return it or what am I supposed to do? I doubt that an employee would believe me.
Hello Lovelies! After several years of wonderful use, my hairdryer seems to be wheezing its last breaths. It seems to be having some motor troubles, as well as heating up quite a bit, something I've never experienced with it. From the way it's behaving, I'm afraid it's going to die sometime soon. RIP Hairdryer :'( So, now I'm on the (not quite immediate) hunt for a new one, and I'd love to hear your recommendations! Since I haven't bought one in several years, I'm a little behind on my blowout tech and would appreciate the help. My only criteria are these: I'd prefer it to come with a concentrator It should be on the quieter end of the spectrum, I'm living in a dorm again this year, and I'd prefer it not to wail. Loud isn't terrible, just not screaming Big box store or high end, I don't mind either option, I just need suggestions!
Hey So I've always had very thick and very cource hair that is naturally very frizzy and puffy. Because my hair is very cource, it's also very dry on the ends. My hair is kind of straight, but it's also very, very kinky and flips out all over the place so it has a few loose waves. As I'm growing older (I'm now 15), my hair is getting harder and harder to manage as I get so many flyaways and it's so hard to put it in a ponytale, even. The last year or so I've been straightening my hair everyday and although my hair doesn't get especially damaged as it's so strong, it takes such a lot of time and effort, and I'd love to stop doing so but it looks crazy if I don't. I also dry my hair using a hair dryer, also I don't blow-dry it properly as it's very difficult on my hair and takes such as long time. Although heat is meant to cause more frizz, I find that if I let my hair dry naturally, it's even more crazy. My hair is quite dry but it tends to get a little greasy sometimes, so I tend to wash it every 2 to 3 days. However, I do find that it's shinier and more managable a couple of days after washing my hair. I'd love to put together a better hair care routine, but I don't what would work well on my hair! Any reccomendations, tips or ideas? Thanks so much ! Oh and I live in the UK if that helps productwise.
Hi! I want to start wearing my hair in its natural state - which is a wavey/curly mix - the problem is, I am at a loss for what hair products are the best for my curls. They're not super tight... I'm looking for a product that would help me make my hair look nice for a few days in a row - so I could only shampoo every three/four days. These are my natural curls- excuse the tacky headshot. Thanks!
Just purchased the AgaVE Smoothing Trio & cannot wait to use it in the morning! I've been using Living Proof No Frizz & Perfect Hair day but went on the suggestion of the Sephora rep. Anyone out here in BT land try this set? If so, I'd love to hear your thoughts
I only wash my hair once or twice a week and am looking for the best shampoo and conditioner for that. I have really thick, dark hair. It usually feels very dry the day I wash it. By day two or three it starts to feel soft, is more manageable, and looks shiny. I use very little product, mostly because I want to prevent buildup and looking greasy and I don't dye my hair. I do use dry shampoo between washes when necessary.
Hi all! I am creating a spa kit basket for my good friend's birthday this week, and a couple of the products included will be hair products (shampoo and conditioner). Normally, this would be super easy but my friend is allergic to metals. I was browsing a few products on the Sephora site and I noticed some of them contain metals. I am not an expert on ingredients when it comes to hair and makeup products so it has been strenuous going through every single ingredient and googling if they are metals/toxic/etc. Are there any high end or low end shampoos and conditioners that don't contain any metals? Especially those with zinc and nickel in them? I prefer getting products from Sephora because they are more high end and tend to work better. Thanks for any help/advice/etc. as always!
So after trying to color my hair with a demi permanent that did not work yesterday I picked up the Rita Hazan Root concealer at Sephora (I was there for the Wen shampoo, that I want to try, but that's another story). The sales girl said wonders about the root concealer but, after trying it on a tiny section, I'm under the impression that it will completely ruin any shine I might still have left... Do any of you use this? What are your feelings about it?