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  Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer bad hair season, and whether humidity causes your hair type to frizz out or fall flat, the results are rarely ideal. Luckily, a few new... read more >>
Wendy Rodewald-SulzMay 22, 2015 - 3:25pm
summer, frizz
  Frizz is a hot topic lately, for obvious reasons. Haircare brands are really stepping it up to make sure our hair stays sleek and shiny in the heat and humidity. Next month, Moroccanoil is... read more >>
Klaudia TiricoJuly 10, 2014 - 3:36pm
Photo: Reem Acra Spring 2014 / Getty Images     While the weather might be gorgeous, some summertime staples are anything but pretty: think tan lines, sweat-streaked mascara and chlorine-green... read more >>
Wendy Rodewald-SulzJuly 3, 2014 - 10:31am
Creating and maintaining a sleek blowout is no easy feat, but naturally, Ashley Greene’s gorgeous strands can pull it off. Well, with a little help from hairstylist Richard Collins and a few Leonor... read more >>
Klaudia TiricoJune 24, 2014 - 1:20pm
While silicone and oil-based serums take over beauty counters, they leave behind a greasy residue that weighs the hair down. Sure, your hair is frizz-free, but it's heavy and unmanageable. Enter... read more >>
Klaudia TiricoMay 23, 2013 - 6:21pm
This mascara-like tube is filled with Inca Inchi Oil that can be brushed on any baby hairs, flyaways and frizz and still keep even the finest coiff looking polished. I blow dry my hair with a round... read more >>
Kaitlyn DreylingMay 9, 2012 - 12:27pm
I have long hair, and it's not very voluminous, so I can relate to the thinking behind new "lighter" haircare products targeted to those with lengthy locks. Caring for and maintaining a Lady Godiva-... read more >>
Kaitlyn DreylingApril 12, 2012 - 8:00am
As April showers turn to muggy days, I’m looking back to the Spring ‘11 runways for hair inspiration. Big, poofy, brushed out texture made a strong showing at Marc Jacobs, Marc by Marc, Carlos Miele... read more >>
Wendy Rodewald-SulzApril 28, 2011 - 10:54am

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