Can anyone recommend a shampoo/conditioner or treatment I can use for my hair- my issue is I tend to have oily roots but very dry ends, sometimes to the point where it feels like straw (okay not THAT intense, but very dry). I have naturally curly hair and it's not necessarily super thick, I just have ALOT of hair! I try to not use too much product on my scalp and really work the ends, but it still happens! I also use dry shampoo on my scalp pretty often, but I would like to find a solution to the issue, rather than a quick fix. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!!!
So I've grown my hair pretty long and I have started using a curling iron to make loose waves. I'm loving the look except my hair iron is damaging my hair like crazy - Iv'e been using a flat iron and etc. for years and my hair has been fine and when I use the curling iron I am careful not to hold it in one place for too long. I'm thinking that maybe my iron is just bad???? Please, I would love to hear any of your thoughts and suggestions!
hey Sugarbalm's! today I wanted to talk to you about getting your haircut, recently I've been trying and trying and trying to get my hair to grow to past my **bleep** after it being cut to my shoulders, after six months I see little to no difference. I'm still wondering should I cut it again or let it grow and would you talk the cut for a daring length?
Hi Ladies! I am thinking about buying a bunch of Drybar products: 1. dry shampoo 2. hairdryer and bundle kit ($200+) 3. brush I heard that this is a fancy brand that specializes in hair blow outs and I am considering investing more money in my products since I am really looking to take care of my hair. Anyone have any opinions or experiences with this brand or any of their products? I'd appreciate the feedback
I have been looking for a new shampoo and conditioner and was hoping to get some recommendations here. I used to use salon brands and switched to drugstore mostly for the past couple of years, but I want to go back to higher quality products because my hair is longer than ever and I really need to take care of it. I have naturally curly hair and it's quite delicate, so I want to find a sulfate free shampoo. I gravitate towards moisturizing formulas and very thick conditioners because the thinner ones just never seem to work. I'm also always on the hunt for products that will weigh down my curls to make them more wavy than curly. I'd love to hear your favorites so I can give them a try!
I'm currently doing the No Poo method of shampooing (thanks to the ladies on BT), but would like to incorporate a shampoo for when I do hair masks or have product build-up. Any suggestions on delicate shampoos that won't mess with my scalp too much?
hi everyone! so i am in desperate need of some hair help! i haveused so SO many products its insane!!! from salon to drugstore and everything in between and i really would love to just find something that works!!! i have VERY frizzy heat damaged hair, its very fine and thin and goes a little past my shoulders. one side of my hair is actually more damaged than the other! its very strange! any suggestions would be great!
A long time ago in place called Tony & Guy in Scottsdale, Arizona (now called Brillare) I had my hair done. This chick said if she can use this product to make my roots feel "clean," I said sure. She put it on my hair I believe after my wash and before blow-dry. I swear it was a WOW feeling, it was incredible!!! Now I would like to find this product and use it because I loved the feeling of a "clean root." I forgot what it looks like and called. If any of you use, or know of a product that does that. That would help a bunch!! Thank you!!
I have a problem...There is alot of hair strands in my neck that I personally don't like. I want to grow my hair, longer…Cutting is not an option right now. My goal is to grow it longer to the middle of my chest; it is lil longer than where my collarbone is. In my past I used to cut it short in the summer, since I lived in a warmer state and grow it out in the winter to keep my neck warm, never had a problem...Until 3 years ago...A year ago I made a mistake, It was bothering me soooo much that I end up pulling alot out that made me somewhat bald a couple inches above the neck. So bad that when I went to get my hair done, hair stylists would say what have you done? I do not want that mistake again, very humiliating. So I was wondering if there is some kind of hair gel, or some kind of product to keep them out of my way. Something that is maximum hold and can hold for a really long time...Say like 5-8 hours, or possibly the whole day. Hair clips aren't working...The strands keep falling out, so much that it's driving me crazy! If you can help me, that would really help. Thanks!
I just saw the 1 inch curling wand, curling rod and diva straightening iron for $60 each. Just the flat iron alone is in the sale section for over $150! Ill see if I can go back tomorrow to snap a pic p.s. I live in Hawaii - local for me is Honolulu
so i straighten my hair every day and i use the treseme heat protector and i have thin hair so what is a good fla iron the last for a long time also im looking for a curling wand if you can recommend me one
I ask because I currently have a Conair ceramic flat iron. I've had it for 10 years, and it has never let me down. I think I probably paid $40-50 for it. Unfortunately, it's nearing the end of its life. I looked at the flat irons Sephora carries, and some of them (GHD) are crazy expensive, and others are (Dry Bar, T3) are still more than I have ever spent on a hair tool. So, I'm wondering for those of you who have one of these pricier flat irons and have also used a drugstore brand - is it worth it? And if it is, why? Thanks so much
as you can see, my hair is really... different. and awkward.. I defuse it with a blowdryer every morning after I take a shower. I have been doing this for years. if i dont defuse my hair, in it's natural state, it's even more ugly and wavy at the top and straight on the bottom half. But the past year a lot of tramatic events have happened which has caused high levels of stress for me and a lot of my hair fell and has been still falling, out. my hair is probably half the thickness of what it used to be. does anyone know of any products for curly hair that can make my hair strong and possibly grow again? about 7 inches was cut off months ago but hasn't grown at all back... I just want my hair to grow back this picture was taken a few days ago, showing how i daily defuse my hair. I just need something that will make it healthier. I use it's a 10 detaingler and a "wet brush" that is really good at not ripping my hair out... does anyone have any advice i feel like i'm going bald and it makes me depressed because my hair is like my identity, the one feature i have going for me.. it's like my confidence, without my hair i am nothing ;"(((( ughhh
I dyed my dark hair to red in September using the loreal hi-color but now it's time to re dye it. Do I need to use the same dye/technique as the first time or can I use a different dye this time? (Still going for red). Thanks
Hi Ladiez, I get dry, itchy scalp in the Winter. I don't want to use harsh shampoos (I normally only wash my hair every three or four days) with chemicals. I found online that you can mix lavender oil with olive or jojoba oil as a mask, which I've been doing for the last few days, but haven't seen an improvement (though my hair is super silky). I also use this year round: http://www.sephora.com/mediterranean-bay-leaf-exfo liating-hair-scalp-treatment-P375623 Any other tips or tricks?
I have really thick hair. When I take a shower and run my fingers through my hair it comes out by the handful. I just recently tried the Garnier Fall Fight with no success. And I'm currently using the Loreal Total Repair 5. That has helped a little but I'm wondering if there is anything else out there that would give me better results.
I'm trying not to wash my hair as much but every smell seems to get stuck in there & I don't like going to work with my hair smelling like dinner! lol .. I don't really want to put perfume in it because of the alcohol...I tried some dry shampoo this morning which worked pretty good. Was just curious to see what everyone else uses. Is there a line of "hair perfumes" out there that I am unaware of?? That's what they really need :-)
So I'm having problems with stlying my bangs with my wavy hair! & I don't want to use any heat!! I always have them to the side with a bobby pin but they bug after a while I want to try something new. My hair is past my shoulders in the front and the back is almost touching my waist. I always try to do it natural I like it but my bangs I don't I hate having them to the side now. If you guys can give me any ideas please !
I want to a try a more polished look and want to begin blow drying my hair. I've got fine wavy hair and a lot of it. I usually just let my hair air dry and add some texturizing spray to give me beachy waves. What tools and products do you recommend? I need help with it all... don't know what hair dryer to buy, what round brush and so on. Thanks.
I have very dry, damaged hair due to coloring & constant heat (curling iron, flat iron.) Do you guys have any suggestions for softening products that you've tried from Sephora?? I tried a dry oil from the body shop and it was junk. I need something that will soak into my hair and make it silky soft.Thanks
I only get my hair cut twice a year. My hair is naturally curly, frizzy, thick and coarse. I mostly straighten it, but in the summer it's too freaking hot to even use a hair dryer, so I put it up while it's still damp. But in the fall, I tend to have quite a bit hacked off because it's so much less humid and I feel braver about changing my hair. Then in the spring I only get a trim so that it's long enough to put up during the hot, sticky New England summer. I started seeing a new stylist this year and I love her! She knows exactly the nature of my hair and what I want it to look like. I just had to share with you wonderful women! Feel like I lost a pound too! Sorry if the photo shows up huge; I haven't figured out how to control that.
So I'm trying to grow my hair out so that when I curl it it will be at my waist line. I would say I need it to grow about 8 inches give or take but the problem is it's already getting damaged. I already don't dye my hair, the only heat it gets is I blow dry my bangs on medium heat and curl my hair on low. However, my hair is naturally thin so I guess it breaks a little easier and I try to only take off about an inch of split ends every 3 months so it will keep growing longer. I need ideas for how to get my hair to grow fast and how to fight off the damage. If we can get that down I also love my hair to be super soft. Any ideas?
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?