How to Mix Your Hairstyling Products
A quick fix for your biggest hair issues won't come from one magic product, but knowing how to mix two fabulous ones just might do the trick. Check out these custom hair cocktails that will ditch your bad hair days for good
Don't you love how beautifully coiled and shiny your curls look right after you step out of the shower? Too bad sopping-wet hair isn't a realistic option. Luckily, you can recreate that fresh ringlet look when your hair is dry. According to Stone, pairing leave-in conditioner, which keeps curls hydrated, and anti-frizz shine serum, which tames flyaways and boosts gloss, will do the trick.
The secret is to start slow and gradually layer on the product as you go, making sure you get each curl. Stone says you can use one product at a time, or mix the two together. Both products should be applied throughout your damp hair, using your fingers.
Try Kerastase Nurtritive-Serum Oleo Relax, $39, with Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Scalp Moisturizer, $17.81.
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