Web Toolbar by Wibiya

Bridget M.

is modding

 
 
 

GL PROFILES

More Friends = More Fun

 
 

GL
Tweets !

3 HOURS AGO 3 ways to look adorably preppy this holiday: http://t.co/urNiJo8PPo

6 HOURS AGO 6 new Christmas music videos we can't stop watching: http://t.co/N2g6v5Tq9l

7 HOURS AGO Deck your nails! Christmas mani inspo: http://t.co/1YDVUPbPoR

 

sponsored links

Beat summer frizz with these so-smooth products

 
 
We’re seriously stoked for summer. From sun-filled afternoons to starlit nights—what’s not to love? Oh yeah, the humidity...and the impending frizz. Don’t let the sticky air turn your tresses into an out-of-control fuzzball. Reclaim your mane’s silkiness with these strand-saving tips. 

 

 

  • 1summerfrizz.jpg

    Prevent and treat

    Apply an oil treatment to strands straight out of the shower—this prevents frizz right from the start. The oil deep conditions your damaged hair while giving it the sleek look your locks have been craving.

     

    Not Your Mother’s Lock Luster Oil Treatment, $6, ulta.com

  • 2summerfrizz.jpg

    Dry hair in sections

    We’re all about all natural locks in the summer. But if you gotta bring on the heat, try this trick. Dry your hair is in sections with high-powered blow dryer. Use a flat brush to dry sections of your hair straight. The more powerful the dryer, the less frizz you’ll have.

     

    Hot Tools Turbo Ceramic Salon Ionic Dryer, $43, ulta.com

  • 3summerfrizz.jpg

    Brush away frizz

    Sick of flyaways? Swap out the old brush for one that keeps those bad boys down. A vented brush gives you shiny, silky tresses with minimal frizz. Best part: it’s super affordable. So, why not give it a try?

     

    Ion Titanium Vented Ionic Brush, $7, sallybeauty.com

  • 4summerfrizz.jpg

    Swap your shampoo

    Stop picking up the first shampoo bottle that catches your eye in the beauty aisle. Instead, find one that’s right for your hair. If your hair is frizzy and full of split-ends, opt for a shampoo that unleashes silkiness and repairs damage. So smooth.

     

    John Frieda Frizz Ease Smooth Start Repairing Shampoo, $6, ulta.com

  • SlideShowBanner.jpg
comments powered by Disqus
Thinking about getting hair extensions? Try clip-ins first so you can see how you’ll look with long hair before getting permanent ones!
 
Phew! The holidays can be mega stressful. How do you unwind?


 
 
X

#CyborgMonday is here...

 

Burning for the latest

from the Lunar Chronicles? 

 

CLICK HERE for free excerpts, exclusive new content and insider secrets from the series.

 

+ Win a Sephora "Glamour Yourself" gift card!  

 
Posts From Our Friends

sponsored links