5 Timeless Hair-Care Tips

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When you add quality hair care products—like shampoo, conditioner, hair masks, and heat protectants—to your routine, you can expect healthier-looking hair this summer.

From InStyle

Through the years, you've probably heard tons of amazing hair care tips and tricks to keep your mane looking its best. With all the celebrity ideas, DIY tricks from your mom, or wherever else you get your source of hair care info, there are a few standouts that will always prove useful to your routine.

Some may be obvious—dry shampoo is the KEY to keeping your blowout looking fresh for days—while others may be news to you. Did you know that honey is the key to glowing locks? Add a dollop of sweet honey to your favorite shampoo for shinier highlights. Don't be afraid to try an unconventional trick when in a pinch—for example, eye shadow powder is perfect for covering up gray roots if your salon appointment isn't for a few weeks!



Your Toothbrush: A No-Fuss Flyaway Fix

To lock down stray hairs, spritz holding spray onto a toothbrush, then brush around the part, hairline, and above the ears, advises celebrity hairstylist Mark Townsend. (Just don’t use the same brush to clean your teeth!)


Soothe Dry Strands with Almond Butter

To moisturize dry hair, apply organic almond butter to the parched areas and let soak for 30 minutes. Then shampoo and rinse well, says stylist David Babaii.



Extend the Life of a Blowout with Dry Shampoo

To maintain a glam blowout days after you visit the salon, spritz dry shampoo onto the scalp, then brush through hair. (Don’t blow-dry or hair will look dirtier.)


Blow-Dry Like a Pro with a Blast of Cold Air

Celebrity hairstylist Oscar Blandi recommends dividing your hair into left, right, and back sections, setting the nozzle attachment to focus the air directly on hair, and blasting the back section. Switch the temperature to cool after hair is completely dry—the cold air will help lock in the style.


Brighten Your Hair with Lemon and Beer

[post_ads]To help keep hair color from fading, stylist Oscar Blandi recommends squeezing a lemon into a glass of beer, pouring the mixture over your hair, and soaking for five minutes while sitting in the sun. Seal the deal by shampooing and conditioning.

See more at: InStyle


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Women's Magazine: 5 Timeless Hair-Care Tips
5 Timeless Hair-Care Tips
Are Hollywood’s 40-Something Moms Skewing Women’s Perception of Fertility?
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