Before investing in a biotin shampoo, it’s important to know the specifics. Because when it comes to your health, staying informed is essential.

 

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A great curling iron takes the pressure off of a rushed early-morning routine: It’s light in the hand, easy to maneuver (even for true curling dummies), creates a curl that won’t drop by lunchtime, and doesn’t fry your hair. We know there are a lot of them to wade through, though, which is why we turned to seven hairstyling professionals to get their opinion on which curling wands are really worth investing in. Here, we’ve assembled a range of options — from the drugstore-budget range to some heavy hitters that professionals use to make waves on famous clients.

 

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With an exception for chocolate (and maybe red wine!), there’s really nothing better than a fresh and bouncy blowout, especially since it’s one timeless style you can wear for days and days.

However, there’s no denying that any decent blowout can lose volume pretty quickly, as pollution, sweat and buildup can take a toll on your strands, making them appear limp and lifeless until your next shampoo. Sigh.

With that said, it’s probably a good idea to rev up your haircare arsenal with some volumizing beauty buys that can provide lift and keep your style looking fresh. And while a body-boosting hairspray does fit nicely into this equation, you’ll love to know there are shampoo, mousse, and cream-based products on the market that can make your strands look a lot fuller with each use.

To keep those good hair days lasting a lot longer, we tapped six hairstylists to break down the ten best volumizing products of all time. From texturizing powder to volumizing hair mist, below are some stylist-approved essentials to add to your shopping cart stat!

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Clutch Versatile Pure Hairspray ($32)

By Gina CluthIf you are looking for a body-building hairspray that doesn’t leave your locks feeling super stiff, hairstylist Gina Rivera recommends nabbing this versatile mist for yourself, as she says it volumizes your roots and provides movement, leaving the hair looking much fuller as a result.

“This is my favorite volumizing product of all time, as it’s been formulated to be extra flexible,” Rivera tells NewBeauty. “This means that your hair has movement and hold, without looking hard or stiff.”

The vibe: Simple and sweet! A thin headband can look sporty or classy, depending on the material and hairstyle you choose.

How to wear it:

  • Add funky flair to a pixie cut: “Consider a piece-y pixie styled in an edgy manner with gel. Firm gels work best, especially if the hair dries naturally. Pop the headband in and you’re good to go with a spritz of your favorite hairspray,” said Gina Rivera, founder of By Gina and Phenix Salon Suites.

The winter can be seriously harsh on not just your skin, but your hair too. The cold weather can dry out your strands and leave your hair feeling brittle and dull. So, to help you get your hair back to its smooth and shiny state, we rounded up all of the best new shampoos and conditioners, which you can see when you click through the gallery! No matter what type of hair you have – thin, thick, coarse, dry – there’s something for everyone on the list! One of our favorite new products is the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Super Detangler Conditioner, which is formulated with a variety of vitamins and fine castor oil. The entire Elvive Dream Lengths Collection strengthens the hair’s length and helps seal split ends. Another great option for maximum moisture is the R+Co ATLANTIS Moisturizing B5 Shampoo which is formulated with vitamin B5, prickly pear stem extract, vitamin E, glycerin, & nettle extract which work together to strengthen & moisturize your hair leaving it shiny & soft. No matter what you’re looking for, there’s a product for everyone on this list & you can click through the gallery to see them all!

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This dryer features an infrared smart technology and steam heat coupled with ionic technology that produces negative ions to eliminate frizz and deliver smooth style. Both negative ions and infrared heat in a hair dryer is good for your hair, resulting in softer, healthier hair with less static.

Blunt Cut

Labrecuque says to avoid choppy layers when you’re going in for a haircut. Instead, celebrity hairstylist and CEO of Phenix Salons Gina Rivera says to try a blunt cut because it creates fullness. “If you’re thinning you want to stay away from longer, straighter, hair styles that may make the thinning hair more apparent,” she says. “The best bet is to move to a medium length, with a blunter cut, that will create the look of fuller hair.”

Your Tango

Make a lifestyle change.

Many of us have seen hair clinging to our brush or the shower drain, and wonder why it’s happening. While a bit of hair shedding is totally normal (the average person loses 50 to 150 hairs per day), too much hair loss can be a sign of a problem.

Whether it’s a health issue, hair damage, age or diet, the good news is that there are things that can help. These formulas are meant to help repair and restore thinning hair, and maybe even reverse hair loss.

But why does this happen to some people? According to Darrius Peace of Hayah Beauty, “Anytime you experience hair loss, you want more moisture because moisture coats the hair and preserves your strands. Not that it’s going to restore, but it will help you retain what you have.”
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Hair loss can be traumatic for women. If you’re noticing significant hair loss, it might be a sign that your body’s lacking nutrients or that you have a thyroid disorder and that you should be assessed by a medical professional. It could also signify the need to make some lifestyle changes: manage stress, eat healthier, and get more sleep.

By Tina Chadha | Matha Steward
October 30, 2019

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