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We know how hard you work to make everything perfect and how little time you have for yourself – follow one of these great tips to make your hair look effortlessly beautiful.
For gorgeous loose waves, the good news is you don’t have to invest much time. Braid damp hair before bed and you’ll wake up with beach-worthy waves. To avoid hair getting frizzy, spray Keratherapy Leave-in Conditioner Spray and make sure your hair is braided tightly. Extra hair tip: For larger curly waves, pin multiple small buns with bobby pins instead of braiding damp hair. The buns will create sexy loose waves with body that will last all day.
Before doing your makeup in the morning, take a few minutes to put some rollers in. By the time you’re done getting ready, your hair will be set too. Unroll the curlers, loosen the curls with your fingers and finish the look with Keratherapy Argan Oil. Pump a few drops into your hands and run them from roots to ends, instantly reducing frizz and adding a boost of shine.
Don’t have time to blow dry? Let your hair air-dry instead. Be sure to prep hair in the shower with Keratherapy Deep Conditioner to soften and hydrate your hair. Spray our Leave-in Conditioner Spray and a few drops of Argan Oil and let it dry. Bonus: your hair will dry naturally, which will leave it much stronger than using a blow dryer.
If you have a few extra minutes and really want to glam up your everyday look in a hurry, use the Keratherapy Titanium Flat Iron to flat iron your hair. How to get perfectly straight hair you ask? Always use Keratherapy Daily Smoothing Cream prior to blow drying, then finish your sleek look with the flat iron. Make sure you use the correct heat setting so it gets the job done in less time.
Thank you Spa Editor Nanci McArdle of SpaTrade.com for using and loving Keratherapy.
“This morning changed my life. Or, at least it changed my life for the next three months. As I’ve mentioned before on this blog, my unruly hair is a source of contention for me. When I don’t have time to get a professional blowout, I usually find myself just throwing it back in a ponytail and calling it a day, which isn’t always the most attractive look, especially on days when the humidity is high and I frizz up like a Fraggle Rock character. But today, all that changed, thanks to my visit to Carlos Lobo Salon here in New York City, where I received a Keratherapy Intense Renewal treatment. When I arrived at the salon, Patricia Spuri, the owner, personally greeted me. After learning I had never gotten any sort of straightening or smoothing treatment before, she sat down with me and explained how Keratherapy differs from other systems, including the fact that it contains a combination of certified organic ingredients with silk amino acids, as well as soy proteins and antioxidants to ensure the health of my hair. For the next two hours I sat in the chair and chatted with my lovely and talented stylist, Cynara (she’s the pretty one on the left), while she worked her magic. I was so engrossed in our conversation that I didn’t realize she had finished until I looked up and saw a girl with fabulously straight hair staring back at me in the mirror. I am beyond pleased with the results, and it couldn’t have come at a better time, with the hot, humid days of summer quickly approaching. So, thank you, Keratherapy and Carlos Lobo Salon for straightening this spa editor out!”
After swimming regularly 2-3 times per week for about a year, my body is very toned, but my hair is losing all signs of vitality and shine. I tried many products, but haven’t had success in restoring my hair’s health. I do not expect my hair to be magically soft and silky after so much exposure to chlorine. But I do want it to be smooth and hopefully appear less damaged.
I have always been a swimmer—therefore, my hair always looks like it’s been exposed to harmful chemicals. I don’t want to be dramatic, but when my dark/light brown hair gets exposed to bad agents like chlorine or UV rays from the sun, my hair turns into an “old broom.”