Our friend, Kristen Henry, is a hair stylist in La Jolla, CA, works on magazine photo shoots with models, celebs and bands and is a national trainer for L’Oreal Professionnel. She pulled together a great round-up of products that can help you go a little longer in between haircuts, while still managing to have healthy-looking hair.
Photo Credit: Noa Azoulay-Sclater of Feather Love Photography
If you’re over the age of 16, you most likely have a hairstylist to whom you’re loyal… probably one who knows so much about your personal life they could double as your therapist.
As a hairdresser, I know that my job isn’t just to make you beautiful, while keeping your secrets in the vault — a big part of my job is to make sure my clients are taking care of their hair after they leave the salon.
There are some things on which you just cannot skimp and quality hair care is one of them –- it’s all about protecting your investment. Here are a few different drugstore and splurge products to keep your hair looking fresh in between visits to the salon.
Hair Type: Double processed blondes, clients who have naturally dehydrated locks or those living in a dry climate and need extra moisture.
Save: EverCreme by L’Oreal Paris is a sulfate-free moisturizing system that is designed to preserve hair color, add moisture and nourish over-processed hair back to life.
Splurge: Nutri-Thermique by Kerastase ($99 for the shampoo and masque)
Hair Type: Naturally frizzy or unruly hair. Medium to thick density.
Save: EverSleek by L’Oreal Paris is a sulfate-free smoothing system (think Moroccan Oil but half the price). The combination of Aragon, sunflower and olive oil will help tame your frizz and fight humidity.
Splurge: Oleo-Relax by Kerastase ($96 for the shampoo and masque)
Hair Type: Clients who experience breakage due to over processing or heat styling. This is also great for fine-haired clients that would like to increase body.
Save: EverStrong by L’Oreal Paris is a fortifying system that is designed to add strength to breakage-prone hair without weighing it down with heavy moisturizing agents.
Splurge: Force Architecte by Kerastase ($102 for the shampoo and masque)
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