2013 was all: Long hair, don’t care; short hair, don’t care; curly hair don’t care. You get it. You pretty much just didn’t care. Well, in 2014 you’re going to care! Because, you know, deep down you really do. So dry hair, oily hair, curly hair, colored hair, just plain old regular hair -- we’ve pulled together a few products that will restore your lovely locks and set that style you’ve been dying to try out.
So say it with us: In 2014 I resolve to nurture my hair, I resolve to care!
Now all you have to do is just follow these tips based on your hair type.
Depending on hair type, you’ll want to restructure your wash schedule. Dry hair types we would suggest going at least 3 days between washes. Oily hair types go ahead, suds up everyday. Regular hair types, you can go every other day, this way you don’t strip those awesomely occurring natural oils. Curly hair types, determine if your hair is dry, oily or regular and follow from there.
It’s A 10 Miracle Shampoo Plus Keratin
For dry hair try It’s A 10 Miracle Shampoo Plus Keratin. It seriously does 10 things instantly; detangles, nourishes, de-frizzes, softens, smoothes, restores moisture balance, restores elasticity, improves color vibrancy, restores moisture balance, and enhances natural beauty. Oh, and not to forget, this shampoo is also sulfate, sodium chloride and paraben free.
Total Results by Matrix’s Pro Solutionist Alternate Action Clarifying Shampoo
For oily hair try Total Results by Matrix’s Pro Solutionist Alternate Action Clarifying Shampoo. You wouldn’t believe the amount of buildup it washes away from all those styling products to that extra film of oil that keeps weighing your hair down. Chelating agent helps remove chlorine and mineral deposits, while purifying and refreshing hair to renew body and shine.
Paul Mitchell’s Shampoo One Gentle Cleansing Shampoo
For regular hair try Paul Mitchell’s Shampoo One Gentle Cleansing Shampoo. Honestly, it’s all right there in the name … gentle cleansing. Oh and it doesn’t strip your hair of its natural oils. Algae, aloe, jojoba, henna and rosemary actually help add deep shine.
Back to Basics’ Blue Lavender Color Protect Shampoo
For color treated hair try Back to Basics’ Blue Lavender Color Protect Shampoo. Senses are indulged as hair is treated to a beneficial blend proven to seal in and protect hair color. Gentle, sulfate-free cleansers keep hair shiny and soft while added UV protection prolongs bright, healthy, vibrant color.
Aveda’s Be Curly Shampoo
For curly hair try Aveda’s Be Curly Shampoo. Aveda relies on the art and science of pure flower and plant essences. For instance, this shampoo is made with a wheat protein and organic aloe blend that expands when hair is wet and retracts when hair is dry to enhance curl or wave. Plus their eco-friendly formula helps tame frizz while infusing shine.
For dry hair try It’s A 10 Miracle Deep Conditioner plus Keratin. After shampooing, apply generously all throughout towel-dried hair. Smooth section by section. Leave on for 2-5 minutes. Comb and rinse thoroughly. This conditioner will not only add shine and restore the elasticity and strength of your hair, but it will also help prevent split ends. Then follow up with It’s A 10 Miracle Leave-in Product plus Keratin, it's amazingly easy to use. After you’ve towel dried and combed your hair, spray the product all over hair and comb again. This leave-in conditioner will replace lost protein, protect the natural keratin in hair, and help maintain keratin straightening treatments. Not to mention it seals cuticles for extra silky hair and protects against heat.
Matrix’s Pro Solutionist Instacure Leave-in Treatment
For oily hair try Total Results by Matrix’s Pro Solutionist Instacure Leave-in Treatment. This treatment, formulated with provitamin B5 and wheat protein, this leave-in treatment helps smooth cuticle damage and condition overporous hair. Oil-free formula helps tame unruly hair, and controls static and frizz without adding weight. Just towel dry and spritz on.
Paul Mitchell’s Lite Detangler
For regular hair try Paul Mitchell’s Lite Detangler. It’s especially ideal for fine to medium hair that happens to tangle more than you’d like. Spray daily on wet or dry hair for easy combing, body and shine. Plus Paul Mitchell Systems does not conduct or endorse animal testing!
Aveda’s Be Curly Conditioner
For curly hair try Aveda's Be Curly Conditioner. You want your curls to bounce, right? But you also want them to be silky and smooth, which seems almost impossible when it comes to conditioning. Well, Aveda has made the impossible possible with this plant based conditioner. Go ahead, tame frizz while infusing shine.
In case you hadn’t heard, 2014 is the year of ‘treat yourself’. Seriously, it is. So now that you know, it pretty much helps to know which styling products you should treat yourself with. You’ve never experienced a microcrystal paste like this before -- ultra-creamy texture with UV protection. Semi di Lino Illuminating Paste by Alfaparf Milano">Semi di Lino Illuminating Paste by Alfaparf Milano helps to mold and define every style, thanks to a new fixing polymer that adheres to the hair providing a strong but flexible hold. Your hairstyle becomes structured, controlled, brilliant and flexible.
Thermal Spray by Enjoy
Big into curling irons, hot rollers and flat irons? Well then you should get into this Thermal Spray by Enjoy. Not only does it produce a firm, flexible and brushable hold, but it’s heat activated technology protects your tresses while adding shine. Excellent for defining curl and creating volume. Plus it’s tested on hairdressers not animals.