Celebrity hairstylists reveal a surefire path to silky success celebrity hairstyles
Still in search of shiny, silky tresses? If you've tried every type of deep conditioning spray, cream, and serum with lackluster results (literally), then a semipermanent glaze could be your answer. "There are a lot of conditioners in it that make the hair supershiny," says Victoria Beckham's colorist, Jessica Galvan.
Available in clear and pigmented formulas, a glaze can pump up your shine, color, or both. "Even over top of highlights I always finish with a glaze, whether it's clear or tinted to add warmth and sparkle," says colorist Rick Wellman of Patrick Melville Salon (celebrity clients include Petra Nemcova and Brooke Shields). "Whenever you use lighteners, you're opening up the cuticle-a glaze brings hair back to its natural state and helps seal in color."
To get warm, lustrous locks at home, colorist Jason Backe, co-owner of Ted Gibson Salon, recommends using a drugstore demipermanent product. "Leave it on for three minutes and rinse off if you want to emulate a salon-like gloss," says Anne Hathaway's go-to guy. For a shine-only solution, Backe likes Clairol Natural Instincts Shine Happy. Want a color-lifting, hair-friendly glaze? Already available overseas, Garnier Herbashine will hit stateside shelves next month: Fortified with nourishing bamboo, the ammonia-free formula contains just enough peroxide to take your natural hue up a notch.
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