Are you ends dry and damaged? We’ve all been there. Since there’s no way to fix a strand of hair once it’s split, start with a clean slate. Head to your stylist for a healthy trim (a half inch to an inch off, depending on breakage), then follow these simple steps to keep your freshly trimmed locks healthy.
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If you’re searching for a product to make your hair shine, look no further than your refrigerator: Applying mayonnaise to your strands will make them glossier. Yes, it’s an old beauty myth, but the condiment mask actually works—mayonnaise is made with an oil base, and it’s proven to make locks glow. To whip up a homemade mask, follow these steps: […]
About to head out the door, only to notice a nimbus of flyaways throwing off your look? Try this emergency fix: Smooth a dryer sheet down your strands from roots to ends. You can also lightly spritz hair spray onto your brush and run it through your hair.
If you’re in between salon appointments and need a quick way to touch up a few stray grays, swipe a mascara that matches the rest of your hair onto those strands.
Our colleagues at InStyle.com have pulled together a list of the best celebrity bangs.
Spruce up grungy-looking locks post-exercise by sprinkling some dry shampoo or baby powder to the roots; then work it through with your fingers.
Product buildup can cause highlights to lose their luster, says Kyle White, the lead stylist at Oscar Blandi salon, in New York City. His homemade remedy?
When there’s no time to style your hair or it’s simply too hot to wear your hair down, a quick ponytail is a girl’s best friend. Though it’s hard to really mess up a ponytail (just throw your hair up and go!), a limp ponytail can look lazy and unkempt.
The summer may be the best time to enjoy the great outdoors, but all that fun in the sun can do a number on your locks. To prevent the sun and chlorine from damaging your hair, follow two smart tips from celebrity hairstylist Kristan Serafino: