Summer time is here and you cannot wait to go to the beach. But something should be in your beach bag and that is Victoria’s Secret Leave In Spray Conditioner. This is a jewel of a product and I use it in the salon after every shampoo before cutting the hair. It comes at a good price of only $10.00 and is extremely a reliable product. For short to medium hair I would recommend 4-5 pumped sprays of the product. And remember to always hold the product about 12 inches from the hair. Or you will over saturate it. For longer hair and over processed spray only on the ends and comb through. And always use a wide tooth comb to comb out the tangles in your hair. Never us a brush for it will break the hair. This is a lightweight conditioner that detangles and quenches dry, parched hair and eliminates frizz and flyaway’s. Try it out the next time you go to the beach our use it for and of your styling cocktails. Good product for salon use and also home personnel use. Give it a try.
Excellent product, everything I have tried from the John Frieda hair care line has been a thumbs up. Great styling product for the consumer. And as a professional I thought I would try all his smoothing products. And to no avail they are a thumbs up for me. And I have also moved them in my salon and took a lot of so-called styling product made solely for the professional out. Namely because they are better than the salon made product lines. Miraculous Recovery Serum is very good for blow drying the hair and when I use it also on fine hair it will give the texture some body, especially when using a ceramic brush. All other types of textures I have no problem using the product to blow-out the hair, This product also gives the hair a incredible shine.
Intense repair formula visibly transforms dry, heat-damaged, frizzy hair and seals split ends. Apply to wet or dry hair. Comb through the hair and proceed to blow dry. I only use 3-4 pumps of the product and it pretty well saturates the hair. Very good product to use at the home or salon. Avoid applying directly to roots. Use more or less depending on hair length and thickness and also porosity. If the hair is over processed I would not recommend this hair care product. Style as desired. I give it a thumbs up!
Recommended For: Split Ends, Dry Hair, Color or Heat-Damaged Hair, Moderate Frizz, Fine Hair, Chronic Frizz, Curly Hair, Straight Hair, Brittle or Broken Hair.
I love to try out new products, especially on the commercial sector of cosmetic products. And I will give a thumbs up to Beyond Smooth by John Frieda. Just a small amount for long hair is needed, wash and condition the hair apply your Beyond Smooth and blow dry. I Normally use a quarter size for long hair and a nickel size for medium length hair. Wash and condition the hair apply your product and comb through the hair. Continue with your blow styling. Wonderful product for the hair. and also a lovely scent. The is not a greasy product or will not weigh down the hair. Lovely to work with! My finished product for the customer is a very smooth feel with no fly away hairs. Excellent for blow drying and also setting the hair.
- The perfect foundation for frizz-free styles.
- Provides smoother hair with continued use for easier styling & more manageable hair.
- Non-silicone formula, with Pure Coconut Oil & Frizz Immunity Complex, works from the inside- out, eliminating frizz at the source for added control and manageability.
- WATER, TRICAPRYLIN, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, GLYCERYL DILAURATE, CETEARETH-20, BEHENTRIMONIUM CHLORIDE, DIAZOLIDINYL UREA, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, FRAGRANCE, DISODIUM EDTA, COCOS NUCIFERA (COCONUT) OIL, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, IODOPROPYNYL BUTYLCARBAMATE.
I have my own preference on what will work for me in the salon and also for Photo shoots. And there are not too many brands that will do the same in the salon and outside. Mainly because of the difference in temperature especially in Florida. I am not a fan of professional water downed products that at one time did what it said it did. But now they are owned by many of the major beauty houses and the products no longer do what they do anymore. So I decided to try the Victoria’s Secret brand of Hair Care. Well I put it to the test and it came out with flying colors. Beautiful scent of crushed leaves, freesia and water hyacinth.
Victoria’s Secret Ultimate Hair Spray – Marathon hold, maximum frizz control, brilliant shine—it’s the Supermodel way to flawless, ultra sexy style. This is great for curling the hair and also for flat ironing the hair. It has a lovely scent and is a very workable product. Also when you are on set it is a liver saver for fly away hairs, you know the ones that have to be edited out of the photo. The cost of the product is very affordable also. Not only for the consumer but also for the consumer. This is a hands winner!
Victoria’s Secret Live-in Conditioner – Say hello to soft, shiny style with a lightweight conditioner that detangles and quenches dry, parched hair and eliminates frizz and fly away hairs. Very good for blow drying the hair and it also has a very light scent to the product like crushed leaves, freesia and water hyacinth. It easily combs out super thick wavy hair and I like to use it for swimming pool photo’s for a slicked back look. I have also used it by itself for blow drying. Hands a winner for me. Lovely for the salon and also on set.
Make sure that you ALWAYS use shampoos and conditioners for color-treated hair to protect and extend your color. If your hair is dry use a leave-in conditioner that will help keep the cuticle sealed. You can also use a conditioning masque once a week. Highlighted and bleached blondes are one of the most fragile colors, so they should double-dose on treatments. I highly recommend professional hair care which is sold in the Joseph Kellner Salon. Dry hair isn’t a pretty look. The sun damages the hair enough without the aid of products that dry the hair. Avoid using products such as shampoos, conditioners, gels, and other styling products that contain alcohol, sulfur, and formaldehyde.
- Periodically give your hair a vacation from styling products, blow dryers, flat irons, curling irons, and hot rollers.
Tanning in the hot sun is not only bad for your skin but it can also lead to hair dryness. To prevent this problem from occurring, it is ideal to lay off the blow dryer and hair irons during this time. There is no better time than summer to embrace your natural hair texture. Avoiding hot styling tools will also help reduce breakage, which is the primary care of frizz. The problem is even more common during the summer since your locks tend to be drier than usual. Try wearing “wash and go styles,” which are increasingly popular for natural hair care during the summer months.When it is possible allow the hair to air dry. Apply a heat protectant to the hair before using a heat appliance. Use the lowest settings on the appliance to avoid damage. Other styles to wear to avoid using heat appliances include braids and dreadlocks.
- Use a conditioner made for your specific hair needs at least twice a week, especially if you spend a lot of time out in the sun.
It’s also said that running your hair under water before hitting the pool can help to prevent it from absorbing chlorinated water. This can be ideal for women who find that their color-treated hair turns green during the summer season. Avoid dry hair by keeping your hair hydrated. Use a hair moisturizer daily. This will also help strengthen your mane. A moisturizer containing shea butter is great for daily use.
- Avoid putting too much product in your hair. It will weigh it down and make it look dull rather than shiny.
Dry hair is a common problem for many people, especially those with thick or curly hair. Shampooing too frequently, using harsh shampoos and styling products, coloring and perming are all harmful to your hair. In addition to that, you expose your hair to chlorine, sun, wind and heat. Factor in, too, the damage you get from hair dryers and curling irons. Proper care and regular conditioning can fix even severely dry and frizzy hair.
Shampoo Less, Condition More
Avoid shampooing your hair more than twice each week unless your scalp is dirty or sweaty. Shampoo contributes to dryness by stripping away the natural oils produced by your scalp. Choose shampoos and conditioners that contain humectants to lock in moisture. Deep condition hair at least once per week. To reduce frizziness, rinse your hair with cold water, which makes the hair cuticle stay flat so that hair appears smoother.
Take Care of Your Hair
Improper styling can increase dryness and lead to broken hair and scalp irritation. Do not rub your wet hair with a towel after showering. Instead, wrap a towel around your hair and leave it in place for 10 to 15 minutes to absorb excess water. Once your hair is partially dry, detangle it using a comb or your fingers. If you must blow your hair dry, do so on low heat and in a downward motion to reduce frizz. Avoid using flat irons and curling irons whenever possible, and choose styling products with sunscreen to protect your hair from sun damage.
Over-processing with hair coloring and perms is a major cause of dry hair. To avoid chemical damage caused by perms and coloring, use hair products without peroxide and ammonia and wait as long as possible between processing. Newer hair coloring products contain conditioners that may actually benefit dry and frizzy hair.
Use Essential Oil
Essential oils can restore moisture to dry hair and help control frizz. The Joseph Kellner website recommends Argania oil for use on dry hair, as it contains essential fatty acids to attract and retain moisture in the hair’s cortex. Apply one to two drops of oil to dry hair, using the palms of your hands. Start at the ends of the hair, where dryness is usually most pronounced, and work your way up toward the roots. If your hair is too oily following application, you have used too much oil. Remove excess oil by rinsing with apple cider vinegar after shampooing. Avoid using non-essential oils on dry hair, as these coat the hair and actually interfere with moisture absorption.