Taken from Marie Claire March 2015
Q: the wet-hair look was a big trend for spring, but it seems crazy for real life. Can it work off the runway?
A: a modified version totally can: smear a dallop of promenade onto a comb, then use it to take wet hair back off your face and let air-dry
Q: I cut my hair into a lob this winter, but I’m ready to grow it out-how?
A: biotin can help promote hair growth. Since full hair looks longer, trick the eye by dyeing a darker shade to plump cuticles in the meantime.
Q: I keep seeing new products for hair “anti-anything.” What does that even mean?
A: estrogen starts to drop in the mid-30’s, causing hair to “age” and become dry. Products with vitamin B and fatty acids help add moisture.
Q: now that it’s getting warmer, I’m outdoors more often. How do i preserve a hairstyle in the heat?
A: before working up a sweat, prep hair with dry shampoo at the roots and twist hair into a whimsical topknot to preserve the style.
Q: I change my skincare routine each spring. Should I switch up my hair regimen?
A:hair can become “immune” to products over time. Take a break from your shampoo and conditioner for a month to maintain its effectiveness.
Q:My hair gets brassy the minute I spend a day in the sun. How do i prevent that?
A: UV-protecting leave-in conditioner keeps hair from going orange. A violet-tinted mask once weekly also adds back cool tones.
Q: I’m bored with highlights. How can i refresh my color for this season?
A: vibrant temporary sprays-think colorful tips-add a cool vibe to tired hair.
Q: winter had left my hair crazy-dull. What are some ways to boost shine?
A: a clear gloss treatment at the salon is a great way to instantly refresh lifeless stands-like lip gloss, but for hair!
Q: I’m looking for a new short hairstyle. How do I keep my cut from looking lije a soccer mom?
A: its all in the styling! Avoid round brushes that could make you look overdone and use your hands to tousle as you dry instead