Try looking into any fix for damaged, thin, or flat hair, and you'll likely come across tons of suggestions to add a product with biotin to your hair-care regimen, ideally in the form of a biotin shampoo. "Biotin is important for energy production and known to improve hair health," board-certified NYC dermatologist Debra Jaliman, MD, assistant professor of dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, previously told POPSUGAR. Of course, while these products can help give the hair a boost, it's also worth noting, according to Dr. Jaliman, that taking or using biotin shampoos and hair products won't negate a bad diet, and the key to healthy hair growth also lies in nutrition.
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“It's a great way to color brunette hair, because you can tailor it to exactly what each client loves,” she says. “Then pick a photo you love so you and your colorist are both on the same page.” Another fun way to brighten up darker blondes or brunettes is with some subtle swirls of highlights.
We have every curl type covered.
We know, you know, but we'll say it again for good measure: Amazon's biggest shopping event of the year, Prime Day, is days away from making its 2021 debut. While there are tons of cart-worthy beauty deals on popular makeup brands and top-rated skincare formulas to be had, this page is dedicated to the best Amazon hair products you can nab a deal on now through Prime Day. We're talking markdowns on goods that will make every day a good hair day: from 20% off Act+Acre's scalp-detox serum to Bio I
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The founder of Ethel's Club, the first social club created with POC at its center, likes her skin care intentionally minimal—no filler, just the essentials.
Finding the perfect hair brush may sound like a simple task, but in reality, it can be quite challenging—particularly if you have curly hair. “If you use the wrong brush on curly hair, such as a brush that creates tension, like a Denman brush or a paddle brush, it can cause a lot of breakage,” explains New York-based hairstylist T. Cooper. “So, with curly hair, you always want to look for a brush that is gentle and doesn’t snag the hair.”
The brand is using new product technology to widen its audience to include more varied curl types and textures.
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The model and co-owner of Bleach London talks self-care, ’90s R&B, and the women who inspire her.
Merida, is that you?
It's so cool for hot days ahead.
Major "dump him" vibes.
In February, Tessica Brown went viral on social media after she accidentally glued her hair down using Gorilla Glue instead of hairspray.
Next time you go to Mexico, add these to your list.
It's easy for trips to the hair salon to go horribly wrong.
She looks like a totally different woman.
As much as we love seeing our favorite beauty brands turn out for the LGBTQ+ community for Pride Month by donating a portion of proceeds to various organizations, we love supporting the queer community directly even more by shopping from LGBTQ+-owned beauty brands. There are plenty of ways to get involved during Pride Month, from donating to volunteering, but making a conscious effort to shop from LGBTQ+ brands during June and beyond is one of our personal favorites. When you go to restock on moisturizer, look for a new lip color, or pick up a shampoo and conditioner combo, buying from queer-founded brands cuts out the middle man and helps independent business owners directly.
Celebrities like Tia Mowry, Kim Kardashian West, and Katy Perry have proved that new hairstyles can transform your entire look.