Tired of spending a fortune on haircuts, styling and expensive products to just have average-looking hair? Top celebrity stylists know that technique plays a vital part in taking care of your hair, and in today's post, they share their secrets.
If you do your own color, steer clear of drastic changes. Stay within to 1-2 shades from your natural color instead.
Hide your roots by creating a zig-zag parting, instead of a straight one.
Only use sulphate-free shampoo on colored hair, as it doesn't contain harsh chemicals.
When you go for a haircut, show your hairstylist exactly what you want.
Forbid your stylist from interfering with your natural hairline at your neck, as there are often crowns and it will grow out awkwardly.
When you wash your hair, use a conditioner on the ends only, and rinse it out with cold water to seal the cuticles. This will promote a healthy shine.
Use a comb to remove tangles from wet hair. Grab a handful at a time, working from the center to the ends and then from the scalp to the centre.
Every night, brush your hair to evenly distribute the natural oils throughout the hair shafts. This will give your hair a healthy sheen.
Use a hat or scarf to protect your hair from sun damage. Fix hat-head with a few shakes of the head. Run your fingers through your hair a few times to add volume and spray some hairspray on a natural-bristle brush. Now bend over to let your hair fall forward, and brush it from underneath.
You can stop flyaway hair by spraying anti-static spray on your brush or comb, or by smoothing an antistatic dryer sheet along your hairline.
If your hair is dry and prone to frizz, use only a wide tooth comb.
Changing your parting can give your hair great volume and body.
Make your blow-out last longer (and your dreams sweeter) by sleeping on a satin or silk pillowcase.