Before raising my ombre higher a month ago, I had bleached it maybe twice. It has always been strong and healthy until this recent mistake I made. I had to cut off a lot of my hair because it was falling a lot. And I mean a lot... i freaked out because it had never happened before. I'm using a treatment for my hair and it's helping a little. It falls less but I see it's still breaking and it's depressing seeing that happen. I don't even want to have my hair down because some strands are just hanging, especially when i shower. I've been told that dying your hair darker might help but I don't know what to do. Please help. What do you advice me to do?
I can't believe Bb discontinued this! I used it for well over 10 years and I'm having a real problem finding a replacement. All other Bb conditioners are filled with silicone, and my hair does not do well with silicone. Is there anyone who used this and has now found a good replacement product for it? On the Bb page on FB there are some posters who are asking for Bb to bring it back, and I hope they do!
I just received an email stating that the Elizabeth & James Nirvana White Dry Shampoo has been discontinued. It hasn't even launched yet (unless I completely missed that). Does anybody know why this happened? I was really looking forward to this product. I hope the same fate doesn't hold true for the Nirvana Black Dry Shampoo as well.
Just wanted to share with you all my experience as a hair model at Living Proof's style lab. It was from 11:30 to 4:30 but we were done by 3:15. They provided lunch and gave us "$150 worth of Living Proof Products," even though when I calculated it was like $142. There were a bunch of Living Proof educators from around the country who work in different salons who came here for the class. They would learn a style, and then do it on us. It was really fun. My stylist was Lacey who was on Real World 2005 in Austin. The extensions that she put in my hair. This was my favorite look! I wanted to whip my hair back and forth lol. I'm assuming they practiced this look more for editorial purposes...couldn't walk out like that. This look was supposed to hide the braid and have a sleeked back look but I like braids so much that I asked her to pull it back so I could wear it out.
Ok so a few months ago I decided to go blonde with sets of highlights over my dark red hair. I've done 4 sets so far but there is still a lot of orange tones in the bottom 1/3 of my hair or so, because before the red I dyed my hair black a few times. I do use a purple shampoo but that works only for the yellowish tones in my hair, not so much for the orange. I know I can purchase a toner but I'd really rather leave everything to my hair dresser. If she goes over the orange sections again with another set of highlights, will the orange lift on it's own? Looks fine when it's down but I like doing my hair in a high bun and it's all a nice blonde except for the bun part that's an ugly orange lol.
My hair is a little on the dry side; whether I air dry it or blow dry it. I have used many smoothing and leave in products and my hair is still dry and dull looking, esp towards the ends. They tend to be thick and sort of "stuck" if that makes any sense, The ends aren't pretty and bouncy like normal hair should be. Is there a good product I could use on the shaft & ends of my hair to make it "move" more and look/feel softer? I have been putting some polish and serums...shine sprays....dry oil...still looks like crap. I ordered some japanese hair oil on ebay that I read great reviews on but I haven't received it yet. I also can not blow my hair out with a round brush (I fail EVERY time) and I am trying to avoid heat, so the use of a flat iron is out. Thanks for any and al suggestions!
I used B&B leave-in but now it's gone. I have fine, wavy hair that has enough volume now that it's 50% gray, but the leave-in styled my hair into waves and left it thick, full and better than ever. I am exhausted looking for something similar (a leave-in conditioner seemed to work better for me than a mousse; not so greasy). Does anyone have a suggestion? Many thanks.
I just spoke with a client who was wondering about this product. I didnt catch her name *sorry* but i promised i would post pictures of my first time using this product and why its my new holy grail for us curl hair girls 😍😍😍😍 all I have in my hair is #livingproof #curlleaveinconditioner these beautiful defined curls that lasted all day with #nofriz the top left is right after a shower on the way to work around 730 am the next set is around 430 pm and the last two on the bottom right are around 630pm 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 God heard my prayer for a miracle product!! 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽👌🏽👌🏽👌🏽👌🏽 I will recommend this to every curly girl I know because if it can work with my hair it can work on anyone!! I never knew I could do this with curly hair 😜😜😃😃
During the hot, humid months, my hair gets pouffy. I am looking for an anti-humidity spray for my hair. Hold isn't a big concern for me. I have fine, wavy, color treated hair. Doesn't matter if it's a salon/high end brand or drugstore brand.
Hello there! I used to be a flat iron abuser, then i stopped for about 2 years. My hair is just so thick and puffy and I cannot do a blow out on myself, so I would like to start using a straightener again, just with a spray and not on level 30! What's the BEST spray- one that won't make my hair oily or greasy and is ok for high lighted hair.
I have long, thick, dry, curly/wavy, color treated hair. I have been blow drying it for quite sometime bc i cannot find any products that will reshape the curls/waves and hold. I have tried so many products. My hair winds up frizzy and looking crazy lol . Any recommendations? Thank you.
I have thin, shoulder-blade length hair that is anywhere between wavy and curly depending on the day, but the top layer is weirdly straight and frizzy and nearly impossible to tame, even with a flat iron (which I don't use often). I've been using a deep conditioner once a week and Briogeo Rosarco Milk Leave In Conditioning Spray which works well, but the humidity this summer is really giving it a tough time. Any suggestions?
So the older I get, the more I embrace my curls. Or maybe it's laziness, lol. In any case, I have found that there is one unique situation that helps me have what I call a good hair day. Rain. But only about 20 seconds of drizzle - such as the amount of time it takes to run to one's car. More than that and it's a frizzy mess. So yeah, about twice a year it works out. What products and techniques help you get your "best" curls? Besides today's rain, I used Wen as a leave in, along with some of the Wen replenishing spray. My main styling product is Curls Rock. Once I apply the product, I grab tiny sections of my wet hair and swirl/wrap around my finger, mostly around my face. I then use my Chi hair dryer and an inexpensive no-name diffuser from Sally's Beauty Supply to somewhat dry my hair. Once the curls are mostly formed, I flip my head upside down and basically massage my scalp to give some body to my roots. I can't mess with it too much or I'll end up frizzy with tons of fly-aways, but if I don't do some manipulating, I'll end up with "crunchy" curls.
Good morning. This last weekend I went through the "bangs or botox" conundrum. I'm a big weenie about the thought of cosmetic procedures, so I'm now sporting medium thickness, choppy bangs that hang to just beneath my eyebrows. The look works for me . . . and bye bye forehead wrinkles and "elevenses." The solution has, of course, brought about another issue (as solutions so often do). I have fine, thin hair with a very loose wave. I also have a widows peak, which results in all sorts of ridiculousness: caused by the cowlicks that accompany my widows peak. I'm "wash and wear" when it comes to my hair. I wash my hair every day (a virtual requirement of having fine, thin hair), and a blow-dryer and flat iron are too much trouble on a daily basis. The 1980s consumed virtually all of the time I'm willing to dedicate to my hair. Water and hairspray isn't working. Does anyone have a product recommendation? Something I can put in my wet bangs, give 'em a comb, and run out the door with: without making my bangs crunchy or causing an acne breakout? Thanks muchly.
Hey all you hair-savvy Beauties, I'm looking to revamp my hair care routine. I've resolved to grow my hair longer, so I'm looking for products that strengthen and prevent damage, yet won't make my head look like an oil slick. (For reference, I have really fine/thin/straight hair that looks greasy on day 2. I also rarely heat-style it or use any product). I'd been trying to go the volumizing route with Alterna's Bamboo Abundant Volume products, but they ended up making my hair feel straw-like :/ So, I'm embracing the fine/shiny hair situation I'm working with, but I do feel like I should up my game if I want to grow it long. I'd love to hear some advice and product recommendations! p.s. Reeeally curious about the new selection of Klorane products, but they're so new that they barely have any reviews! Any guinea pigs out there?
I had full head hi lights that were about 3-4 inches grown out. The blonde started to turn orange so i had the hair dresser dye my hair back to its natural color (6N). He used an 8 and said it would "fade". Then he gave me all over hi lights again. Well, the roots look black and the ends look green. WHAT AM I GOING TO DO?! I'm an office manager, and I look super unprofessional right now!
Alright ladies and gents, I need a new hairbrush, the one I have currently is not cutting it. I want a boar bristle/nylon quill combo brush, this is the only thing that I can use that works without inflicting pain. No pins! (If there is a little plastic bead at the end keep it away from me.) As much as I'd love to be able to buy myself a Mason Pearson I just don't have the stomach to drop that much on a hairbrush. Maybe someday, but today is not that day. (Especially as I have a lot of hair and a "pocket" size brush isn't gonna hack it.) Right now I'm leaning toward the Denman Large Porcupine brush... It's pretty affordable at about $25 (give or take a few factoring in shipping) and gets good reviews. I also want the cleaning brush which will push the overall purchase closer to $40 So before I make a commitment any recommendations for this type of brush for $50 or less? That 50 would also include a cleaning brush/tool preferably. I need to have this brush for at least 3-5 years to get my money out of it, but I have yet to own a brush that held up for more than a year so I am taking a big risk.
i currently have brown hair with balayage highlights and use the Medium Brown Anastasia Brow Wiz for my ashy brown hair. However, tomorrow i am dying my hair to a warm reddish brown color. I am wondering if you girls think I should change up my brow routine and start using the Auburn brow wiz in conjunction with my medium brown color? I'm nit picky about brows totally not matching hair color, and am just wanting additional opinions. The color is by no means fiery red!
I purchased this Japanese hair product from my salon the other day. $35, but I have seen it on Amazon for around $25. It's an AMAZING leave-in that makes your hair silky soft (and look at the bottle!). It also comes in a "light" version. If you really want to go nuts, they also make a hair oil (orange bottle) and a light version hair oil (yellow bottle). You can also get them shipped directly from their website from Japan, but it will take about 30-45 days for delivery. The description online says that it smells like apples, however, it smells like fresh laundry to me...kinda like a laundromat! Purchase it, you won't regret it ;-)
I have naturally curly hair. I try not to wash my hair more than twice a week in order to keep my color looking good. But after the first day of curly hair i have to straighten it for the rest of the days because my curly hair gets to frizzy and there is no going back to how it looks the first day. Are there any products that can make my curls look great even after the first day so i dont have to damage it by straightening it?
Everyday i have to wash my hair because when i wake up its always an oily! I don't put any products because I'm afraid it will make my greasy hair worse. Ive tried multiple shampoos and nothing works all i want is to go a day without having to wash my hair!
I'm looking for a colourist/stylist anywhere from Montreal, Ottawa or Toronto to go lighter. I want to treat myself for my birthday with a bold blonde bob, but don't want to risk my hair in the hands of someone I don't know. Recommendations and reviews are appreciated!