This product contains Camellia oil, so it really works to protect your locks. Camellia or tea seed oil is often used as a rust protectant for woodworking tools...so it means business! 2.) Air dry! If you're not freezing post-shower, try to let your hair air dry before blowing it completely...

tips on dying your hair a neon shade, check out our post on how to create a purple streak in your hair! Or if you want a bigger change, why not try the dyed red hair trend? Nothing is more summery than sexy beach hair! Next time you get out of the shower (or pool, or ocean) let your hair...

How Do You Feel about Changing Your Hair Color? Published on February 21, 2011 by Makeup and Beauty Zone · No Comments How Do You Feel about Changing Your Hair Color? This series is powered by Pantene. Why I Color My Hair I've changed my hair color so many times over the years that I'm not...

As you may know I am very particular about my hair and what I put on it. It has been over a year now that I have been testing the Brazilian Keratin treatments and so far so good. With these treatments you have to be extra careful with what you use in your hair. That is why coloring my hair is...

Keeping yourself and your hair hydrated is the first step in the battle of the frizz! We all know how important it is to drink enough water but it also helps with keeping your hair nourished so be sure to drink up! Hydration or moisture treatments are especially important through the humid...

been lucky enough to meet both the amazing women who are generously donating their hair, and the women who the program supports. It takes six to eight ponytails to make one wig... the best reason to grab a few of your friends and host your own pontyail snip event during Pantene's National...

Call that number, use your Barack impression, and remind Michelle of that time in 2000 when you went to that lake and saw that squirrel. She'll laugh. Promptly hang up and make a reservation for 2 at the fanciest restaurant in DC. Everything will work out from there. 5) Your hair is...

as I like my hair routine to be. I am calling this my "Uptown Wave" If you are like me, you can try a similar look or if you have a great tip, share it with #downfor30 and #sweeps for your chance a a luxury NYC getaway! Frizz-Ease believes that when you pull your hair back, you also pull...

By Jocelyn - Thursday, May 1st, 2014 at 11:11am Okay ladies, how many days per month would you say you let your hair down? Once a week? Once a month? I am GUILTY AS CHARGED. I swear I let my hair down for a FULL DAY maybe once or twice a month. Every other day, I dry it down and then pull it...

truly suit your hair type and lifestyle. It's not as hard as it sounds, since shampoo lines already have their products organized based on hair type—the rest of the decision is left up to your personal preference. I've tried oodles of volumizing shampoos, and each one left my fine hair more...

 

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