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.
This week is Earth Week with the countdown to Earth Day on April 20th! There is a lot of debate about beauty labels: what ingredients certain products use, whether the ingredients are natural, and what the terms on product labels actually mean.
My colorist is so good at giving me the perfect shade of red; many people are surprised that my hair is, ahem, enhanced. Anyone who’s gotten their ‘best-ever’ hair color knows that once you’ve gotten your perfect shade, it’s making it last that becomes the challenge. Sure, you follow all the rules your colorist gives you, but there are a few things you could be doing better to keep your color looking like you just stepped out of the salon. To learn the best techniques to keep your color all summer long, click through to the notes. –– Michelle RotbartClick for StyleNotes →
Sent to us by freelance stylist Donna Malatino we love the combination of colors, texture and movement in this shoulder-grazing hairstyle. Click through for her exposition on creating this trendy look. Click for StyleNotes →
It’s 2016 and you’ve finally found the perfect shade. You want to keep it vibrant, bright, full of life. It helps you extend time, and save money, between salon appointments; it helps you walk with the great hair strut. The trick to keeping colored hair tip-top is some smart choices, and the commitment to the right regimen at home. Learn heavenly hair color care tips below. Click for StyleNotes →