Wednesday, September 01, 2010

best beauty product

According to article by WEBMD one fo the the best skin product - the article lists most bad products - is Cetaphil found at many retailers their officila site is:

Hair rpoducts: "Sally Hershberger Supreme Head Shampoo for Normal to Thin Hair ($9.50, Walgreens) or Pureology PureVolume Shampoo ($26, 
For hairspray "We like Pantene Pro-V Classic Hairspray Flexible Hold ($4, drugstores) and Jonathan Finish Control High Shine Flexible Hairspray ($30, Sephora).
"Avoid too-tight ponytails, teasing... Disguise sparse areas with CRC Concealing Color ($28.50, just to the roots, and combing it through to the ends for only the last five minutes.
"Antiaging Products for Your Hair.... L’Oréal Professionnel Série Expert Age Densiforce Shampoo ($20, and Masque ($30) ...A budget-friendlier option... Dove Pro-Age Shampoo and Conditioner ($6 each, drugstores).
"Make the (Right) Cut: Tips for Younger-Looking Hairstyles... a length anywhere between your collarbone and chin... Avoid a choppy, overly layered cut if hair is thinning ...Instead, opt for a cut with long layers and subtle graduation, rather than shorter layers throughout... soften the edges by wearing gentle waves or curls around your face. If a fuller, round face is the issue, do the opposite — a sleek, straight look is an easy way to instantly counteract heaviness..."Side-swept bangs give you a fun, youthful vibe," Monahan says.
"Fullness Fake-It: How to Fake Fuller Hair...Mousse is unbeatable ...rubbing it in your palms first deflates its airiness...Tresemmé Tres Mousse Extra Hold ($4, drugstores).

"7 Shine Boosters: Tricks for Shinier Hair

Get in Condition... Preserve volume by applying it only from midway up the hair to the ends and avoiding the healthier roots...-home deep treatment once a week. Try Organix Nourishing Coconut Milk Instant Repair Treatment ($7, drugstores) .... Be Cool "Do a cold rinse at the end of your shower, or blast your hair with cool air once you’re through blow-drying," says Evangelista. "Both help seal the cuticle so it lies flat and stays shiny."
"Protect Yourself... apply leave-in heat protection, says Gretchen Monahan... Try VO5 Extreme Style Heat Defense ($3.49, drugstores) ... Brush Right... says Monahan. "Boar bristles are great for fine strands; a boar-plastic mix is best for medium to thick." Mist It... switch to a lightweight shine spray instead...says colorist Louis Viél of the Miano Viél Salon in New York City. Our picks: Umberto Beverly Hills Shimmer ($9, Target)...
"Color Correctly... Ashy, mousy, or gray shades don’t reflect light well, says Viél. "Brighten and add brilliance with warm tones, either with allover color or highlights." Bonus: Because dye swells the hair shaft, your hair will look thicker, too."
Originally published on February 20, 2008

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