Frizz is an equal opportunist offender - that is, pretty much no one is 100% immune given the right set of circumstances. Hair is porous, and just like a sponge it will swell with excess water and will shrivel and crunch when too dry. When battling such stressors, it's always best to aim for the perfect PH and damage balance, so that you can attain the style you want without all the pesky frizzles.
Let's be honest: anybody heavily attached to their hair generally has a healthy, beautiful relationship with their hair stylist. It requires a great deal of faith and fondness to entrust your whole head to another human being. After all, you're spending what will surely add up to countless hours with this hair magician! As much as you want to spend time with your favorite person on the planet, it's in everyone's best interest if you can find ways to prolong visits as much as possible. Not only will you make their job easier, but the health of your hair will likely improve on top of you saving a few more bucks. Here's how to make it happen.
Anyone who's cared to take a dip in the deep end knows that lingering chlorine smell. If you're not swimming very much, the smell can be easy to rinse off. But let's be real: it's summertime, which means going to the pool is not a "once in a while" ordeal. Unfortunately, this means that lingering smell can be a lot more permanent if you're not careful. Taken straight from the beauty buffs on the swim team, here are 6 tips on how to NOT smell like chlorine after swimming (and smell rather pretty, might I add).
Our Got Beauty Girl's know BEST! That's exactly why we asked our staff what their favorite products are this summer season. We have something for everyone, no matter what your beauty needs are. Check out what products are peaking our interest at GB this summer!
Let's talk for a second about how busy we all are and how hard it is do our own hair. On shower days, many of us easily spend at least an hour on washing, blow-drying, and styling, often sacrificing time that could be spent on other important daily tasks. Who has time for that every day? Seriously, point us out to that person, because we need to know their secret.
Some call it spring fever, others call it hay fever - either way, 'tis the season of change and starting fresh, which means calling it quits on the old that no longer serves you. This stands true in many areas: old belief systems, old styles in your closet, even old makeup that reeeeally shouldn't have lasted this long. If you're struggling this spring and could use a little guidance on how to gently let go of all you deem as junk, we've got a list of for sures and certainties that will have you breathing easier. Unless, you know, your breathing struggles comes from allergies - in which case, you and your immune system are on your own.
Curls have a mind of their own most of the time, and getting them to do what we want can be nothing short of running a circus. Whether they be willowy waves or rad ringlets or cute corkscrews, the best thing you can do for your curly girls is to give them tools to be the very best version of themselves. The idea of using hair mousse to emphasize curls can be daunting, but it's one of the best possible tools you can use to get the results you want. While there are plenty considered to be the best hair mousse in general, here are our favorites on the best mousse for curly hair.
No dry humor here. In the midst of multi-colored hair fads and arid winters, it seems more and more people are succumbing to the woes of dry hair, and are continuously fighting an uphill battle. Have no fear, beauties - it's not forever. With a few helpful tools, the right care and a little bit of patience, you'll get your soft strands back in no time.
If you're looking for the perfect brass-busting shampoo and conditioner formula, look no further. Redken has recently come out with the holy grail of toning for trendy granny grays, and they call it Graydiant. If you want to see this color care duo in action, read on for the full first-hand experience from GBG marketing guru, Liz (complete with before and after pics).