- Fri, Feb 8, 2013 12:44 PM EST | CommentsBy Shannon Farrell, Daily Makeover
Bangs are a fun, simple update to any hairstyle, but their upkeep can be high-maintenance. For those days when you just don't want to deal with your fringe or when you want your makeup to take center stage, we've got five ways for you to take a bang break.
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- Bellasugar | Hair Guide | Thu, Feb 7, 2013 2:47 PM EST | CommentsSource: DIY Hair Mask Recipes For Every Hair Type
Deep conditioner is a must have to combat dried-out hair in Winter, and getting silky-smooth strands can be as easy as taking a trip to the kitchen. Mask mixologist Samira Asemanfar of The Broot (an all-natural hair mask bar in Santa Monica, CA) breaks down the essential ingredients for every hair type. Once you stir these hair concoctions, you'll truly believe in the term: hair food. However, if you don't have the time to whip something up, you can always add a drop of coconut oil to the conditioner you already have.
Fine Hair: Just because your hair isn't thick or unruly, doesn't mean there aren't benefits to a moisturizing mask. "Banana, egg, and oils work wonders on fine hair," Asemanfar says. "The banana is one of nature's best remedies for thinning hair; the egg is a mighty protein that will give your hair the strength, shine, volume, and texture of your dreams; and oils add strength and moisture."
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- L’oreal Paris | Author Blog Posts | Mon, Feb 11, 2013 11:49 AM EST | Comments
Salmon is loaded with Omega-3 fatty acids, which help keep hair hydrated and touchable.
One of the first things people notice about us is our hair. It's also one our top priorities when we want to make ourselves look and feel good. But maintaining beautiful and healthy hair takes more than just 20 minutes each morning. Healthy hair results from a combination of things, which not only include the products we use , but the foods we eat as well. Maintaining a healthy diet impacts the health, strength and luster of our hair.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids
We hear a lot about Omega-3 these days, and for good reason. Fish like salmon and trout, as well as pumpkins seeds, walnuts and avocados, provide this golden nectar to cells throughout our body to lubricate and hydrate. The importance it plays for our hair is to keep it shiny and hydrated, and free from breakage caused by dryness.
To complement your diet for hydrated hair, L'Oreal's Power Moisture with Hyaluronic shampoo and conditioner provides 10 times hydration for ultimate softness.
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Repair your winter-ravaged hair.
Winter hates my hair. I'm sure it's nothing personal, but come February, my hair looks and feels like a straw broom. Blasting the heater and wearing hats every day doesn't produce lustrous, silky locks. All those holiday splurges like highlights, lowlights and daily flat iron sessions can cause serious dryness and damage. Now that the wintry weather is coming to a close, heal your hair and add shine with good hairstyling techniques and quality hair products.
Most of us tend to use the blow dryer just a teensy bit more in winter. Okay, a lot more. With warmer weather on the way, it's the perfect time to set your hair free from heated accessories. Update your look and select a low maintenance hairstyle you can wear naturally, without added waves or straightening. If you can't pry the blow dryer out of your hands, pop on a diffuser and give your hair a rest from direct heat. Diffusers work wonders on hair that needs some added volume.
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- Wed, Jan 30, 2013 10:20 AM EST | CommentsGreat hair is the world's best accessory, and when you've got a 'do that works, everything falls into place. Get inspired by these celebs, and never again ask, "what am I going to do with my hair?" By Jennifer Conrad, REDBOOK.
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