Are you a fan of air-drying your hair? Allure has two simple tricks to making the results look even better. Plus, they're super quick, so you can get back to more important things like sleep.
I'm a big fan of air-drying my hair. I've even been known to let my hair air-dry in February. (OK, if you must know, I did it this morning.) So I've made a study of ways to make hair look better when it's air-dried. If you also air-dry in the winter, then I bet you could use these two tips.
Have any of you tried one of the new smoothing kits? I tried the Garnier today. It took me quite a while because I usually just wash and don't do much to my hair.
I didn't want to relax it so I used a smoothing kit for the first time. I liked it. After following directions and putting on the serum and smoothing cream, I used my new blow dryer with the pic to dry and finish straightening it.
iI confess afterwards I used my own styling tricks like using the curling iron on parts of it and molding cream on the sides. I find I can wear it straight or curly if I want to. If you want to keep your curls or wavy just don't use a hair tool like a blow dryer. It'll just make your natural curls or waves a little less frizzy and smoother.
Hi. haven't been here for a while. I just have to ask if any of you have tried any of the Argan Oil products. I am really into them. I have three and intend to get the mousee. They have just the right moisture I need. Like the Paul Mithchell brands I intend to make Argan Oil products a basic part of my beauty needs.
Hello natural beauties,
I've been natual for two years now, and I choose to wear my hair smooth and sleek--so it still looks relaxed. I've been battling humidity and have tried everything from coconut oil to Apex pressing oil (don't like the mineral oil or petroleum though). I'm looking for a product that I can either spray or apply to my hair before it is blown dry or set, prior to my blowout or flat iron. The trick is, I like my hair to move, so I don't want anything that will weigh it down. I prefere a spray or light leave-in moisturizer. I also don't want any sulfates, parabens, or other toxic stuff in my hair. Does anyone have any recommended products to block the humidity? Also, I workout three times per week, so can anyone recommend how I can keep my roots smooth so I don't have to keep straightening them? The answer could lie in whatever products you recommend for me, so I'll await your response.
my baby is 15 mo old and she has nappy dry hair. anyone can recomend something to moisturize her hair. i dont want to use chemicals i dont beleive in them even for my hair which is a mix hair, im half black and half white, unfortunately my baby did not get my hair
Hi friends!! I used to relax my hair since I was 14 (28 now) and one day, in my graduation of cometologyst, I just get tired of that and decided to be just as god make me; a beautifull latina with curly hair!!!!! I cut it in May 2010 very short, now it is like 5'' long and I am in really need of a good conditioner. I live in Boston area and I tryed Pantene etc but would like something that make my curls beautifull without make it stiff like the mousse or gel, I would like to make it boing boing as I walk lol...Can anyone recomend something??