Keep your hair smooth without damaging it.
For your hair, skin and body.
These tips won't save your life, but they'll save your hair.
Make every beauty ritual quick, easy, and cost-effective.
There's no doubt (ha!) you'll want to try DIY'ing Gwen's updo.
You can pick out some new clothes to go with your freshly-styled hair.
It is wedding season, after all.
These quick, easy tricks will give you noticeable results.
Why spend cash at the salon when you can do a perfectly respectable at-home blowout yourself?
Really easy ways to combat gross hair weather.
Summer is incredibly rough on haircolor: Sun and chlorine are particularly powerful enemies. Use formulas designed to protect color every step of the way—they really make a difference.
The most flattering ponytail is one that balances volume with smoothness. Use volumizing shampoos, conditioners and stylers before blow-drying, then finish with a bit of shine-enhancing serum for a clean, fresh look.
Salty beach sprays and hydrating texture lotions enhance your natural waves—or help create new ones. Dry naturally or blow-dry with a diffuser.
Just wetting your hair before you get into a pool fills the cuticle with water, so that much less chlorine gets into your hair. Bolster the effect by slicking on conditioner before going in, and use chlorine-eliminating formulas once you’re out.
Shiny hair is healthy hair, whether slicked back and pulled into a braid—or in a free-flowing blowout. Shine enhancers now come built into every step, from shampoo to style.