Arguably the coolest addition to any haircare ritual is gloss. Designed to add a shine to colored hair that only seems to happen after a visit to the salon, hairstylist Kristin Ess continues releasing her Signature Gloss blends so that color can remain full and shiny regardless of when the next touch up is.
From face masks to body scrubs, charcoal is the latest in beauty products that seems to be safe to use almost everywhere. Dry scalps have long been detested and Drybar On the Rocks Charcoal Scalp Scrub is just what the stylist ordered. Not only does it keep the scalp healthy, but it also washes away residue from the products you use daily.
This shampoo comes with a price tag. At $28 per container, the Living Proof Detox Shampoo is hardly a casual purchase, but it is a must-have item if your hair needs a full cleaning. It is a full on purge of pollution, product, and water residue that will leave your hair feeling healthier than it ever has.
Losing the Limp
We all know about oils and how those help with shine, but what about those of us that simply want bounce? Virtue Texturizing Spray is the newest contender on the field. Used during the Golden Globes, its lightweight mist is no pushover when it comes to long-lasting hold.
Blonde is Better
While John Frieda Sheer Blonde Go Blonder Miracle Masque is hardly the only product using lemon this year to strengthen hair both before and after coloring, it’s definitely on the top of many lists. This is because of its focus on lemon oil and the oil’s natural ability to repair hair health safely and naturally.