Co-cleansing is a term used to describe washing your hair with conditioner as opposed to shampoo, aka “conditioner-only washing.” Many people, especially those with curly hair, prefer co-cleansing to traditional cleansing because it’s a gentler method that doesn’t strip hair of its natural oils.
The top knot has had a moment in the spotlight. Making unstyled and second-day hair look like a night at the Emmys. Stars like Emily Ratajkowski, Zendaya, and Aymeline Valade have been seen rocking the top knot with a new twist— a center part & loose bangs, a more lax version of the knot.
You already know that washing your hair every day can dry it out and make your color fade faster, and yet, you can’t seem to give up the habit. You’ve tried skipping a day or two and your hair looks terrible: your hair line breaks out, your roots look greasy, and your strands feel limp and lifeless. You’ve seen all the cute “second day” hairstyles but your second day hair is only fit for a ponytail. You know that if you could suffer through a few months of bad hair everything would even out, but you can’t just look rough for 3 months! Sound familiar? Click the notes and learn my secrets for transitioning into less frequent shampooing without looking or feeling terrible. –– Laura MartinClick for StyleNotes →