Learning how to make the most of your curly or wavy hair can take some practice. You've probably gone through some trial and error over the years regarding hair care and styles. From the sky-high teased look to the ill-advised attempt at bangs, chances are you have a few photos that prompt "What was I thinking?" moments.
Luckily, caring for curly or wavy hair is easier now than ever. Almost every hair care company has a product line... Read More
A general rule of thumb when picking out hair products is that what is perfect for you may not be so perfect for someone else. If you have fine hair, you definitely don't want to slather on a tonic meant for someone with curly, frizzy hair who needs to tone things down a bit.
The key to any hair care regimen is a shampoo that cleans your hair without stripping it of natural oils and shine. As for conditioners, beware of products high... Read More
Most women agree: Frizz stinks. It blurs the lines of a good haircut, makes a ponytail look like a puffball, and turns styling into an ordeal. Whatever your hair type and however you like to wear it, it looks so much better smooth and sleek.
When your hair is in good shape, it better showcases your cut, style, and color, and feels wonderfully silky to the touch. Problem is, frizz is just plain stubborn, so much so that women end up... Read More
You've seen the commercials and wondered, "How DO they get their hair so soft, shiny and manageable?" Many experts agree that getting "Pantene hair" boils down to one thing: conditioner. Moisturizing your hair is an important step in keeping it manageable, shiny and frizz-free. The good news is that it doesn't take pricey salon-caliber bottles of conditioner to get great results, whatever type of hair you have. First, the drier... Read More