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See T3’s Mini Miracles Set in action—and learn how to create flawless flat iron curls—with our step-by-step tutorial.
Moisture is essential to your hair's health but how do you know when you've had too much of a good thing? Keep reading to discover when you've reached the hydration limit of your locks and learn best ways to avoid over-conditioning your mane.
If your highlights are looking dull, drab or discolored (perhaps a slight orange or green tinge?), your tap water may be to blame. But don’t worry, there’s an easy fix to brighten up your hair color. Whether you’re a blond or just have highlights, here’s how to keep your hair as shiny as Amanda Seyfried’s.
Having the right shampoo and conditioner formulation to match your hair type will help make the most of your natural hair texture. Clear shampoos are lightweight and less heavy than creamy ones, which makes them great for people with oily hair. Creamy shampoos are heavier and can weigh down fine hair, but are great for dry or damaged hair. I didn’t realize there was a difference and constantly used creamy hair products on my fine hair, causing my scalp to become extremely oily. Here is our list of the best shampoos and conditioners for your particular hair type.