If you're a brunette, then you're probably no stranger to this situation: your hair is greasy, so you try to combat it with a few blasts of dry shampoo, and suddenly it looks like you dumped a cup of baby powder on your head. Many dry shampoos contain white powder to soak up oil, but it looks like chalk when cast on dark hair. Thankfully, the hair-care industry has been hard at work over the last few years coming up with a handful of solutions, creating products that will soak up next-day grease without leaving behind a white powder residue.
Longer-lasting color in a bottle.
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Ever since a friend mentioned Hairstory's New Wash - which she dubbed "the anti-shampoo" - I was excited to try its naturally derived cleansers that I hoped would make my hair feel fresher than just using conditioner. Now, I can't say it was just this product that pleased me, because the cleansing/conditioning combo also comes with a nubby brush to really scrub a scalp.
Straight from master hairstylist Devin Toth.
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You should still schedule that trim, though.
Salt sprays can damage and dry out your hair, not to mention, fade your color.
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For the past year or so, I've been on quite the hair-care journey. I've tried out different products, tested heatless styling tools, and even started sleeping on a silk pillowcase.
Luscious volume and effortless, tousled texture? We love to see it. Frizz and flyaways? Depending on the look you're going for, not so much. Throw in the summer heat and humidity, and it can seem like a Sisyphean task to maintain a sleek, smooth 'do.As iconic celebrity hairstylist Garren previously told Refinery29, "Frizzy hair usually requires more than one product — it can’t just be a shampoo-and-go solution." And while layering serums and styling products are often a key part of that routine,