From the daily archives: "Tuesday, January 20, 2015"

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While many of us, myself included, dream of having soft and silky locks, the majority of us weren’t blessed with them. I often see celebrities who seem to be sporting the perfect hair and just can’t help but desire the same lustrous look. So how can it be that so many of us are so devoted to our hair yet are still dealing with dry tresses? Sometimes it’s actually what you’re doing to your hair that could actually be making it worse. So to combat dry tresses, I’ve rounded up five things you should know about your dry hair so you can good-bye to it forever. Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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It feels great to walk out of a salon with a fantastic cut, but if that’s all you’re getting you’re missing out on a big part of your experience. Your time in the salon is a chance to look great all the time by having a professional to answer all your hair related questions. A haircut is a chance to learn about different styling options, get product recommendations, and learn step-by-step instructions for what to do at home. You can even get tips on makeup and wardrobe choices. Click the style notes to learn how to get the most out of your next appointment. –– Laura Martin

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Tawny port has a warmer hue than other types of wine. The russet tone results from aging in porous wooden casks for over a decade, a process that produces a rich mellow flavor. Translated to hair, the hue has a mild, natural feeling that’s prefect for a wide variety of skin tones. Get the professional formulation, and tips on apply it, in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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Do you know that you need more than one type of shampoo? Cleansing regimens have different ingredients, features and benefits to them and while you may love one specific shampoo, using only one type can mean you overdo some ingredients, which can leave residue, while starving your hair of the other things it needs. You can get great benefits from using different kinds of shampoo; click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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