Hair Products For Your Hair Type

July 25, 2012

Thin Hair- Try Ojon Thickening Spray. It’s packed with hair thickening proteins, and ginseng for volume. You will feel like a whole new person! For thin hair, stay away from serums, and look for sprayable shine serums. This will give your hair the shine, without the grease.

Thick Hair- Thick hair can tend to look dull and dry. Try a lightweight serum, and apply to damp hair. You can also apply a little serum to dry hair. Be sure you are conditioning your hair, and treating your hair with leave-in masks once or twice a week. These treatments will bring the lustre, and life back to dry hair.

Wavy Hair- Pick a cream that will give the hair texture. Try Icon Mesh ($16) in damp hair, for a nice texture. If you choose to straighten your hair, be sure to use a quality heat protectant. Pureology Colour Stylist Antisplit Blowdry ($28) is a fabulous choice.

Curly Hair– For curly hair, a gel is your best option. Gel gives you the most control.

Also, as with wavy hair, be sure you are conditioning and using deep moisturizing treatments often. Fekkai Shea Butter Mask ($22.50) is an excellent choice.

When straightening curly hair, is is essential that you use a proper heat protectant.

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  • Anonymous February 21, 2011 at 8:32 pm

    Great Tips. Thanks =)


  • Shea Butter February 22, 2011 at 7:48 am

    Fekkai Shea Butter Mask – For a while I waited until my hair felt dry before treating it (which is about as intelligent as letting your hands feel rough before using hand lotion). Now, I use it regularly, once every week, to maintain luster and retain moisture. I simply work it through damp hair and leave it on for about 20 minutes. The scent is subtle, refreshing and it keeps hair feeling silky despite use of blow dryer and curling iron.

  • vidya July 25, 2012 at 4:01 am

    hey Rachel,
    Im from india and i am a HUGE follower of your skincare and hair care videos and tips!i have normal facial skin and i have a doubt whether i should go for clarins hydra quench cream or the mac studio moisture cream!i have tried both of them for only a short period so i cannot really tell a difference….my breakout patterns are just like how you explained yours like that time of month or loading up products,plz suggest which one to get