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Your Hair May Not Have Boyfriend Issues, But It Still Needs Therapy!

22 March 2008

Ladies, it’s been a harsh Winter for a lot of us. The dry air is a curse we must endure with grace. (But, a word to the wise: trying to walk to a car when the ground is covered in a sheet of ice is impossible to do with much/any grace. Resign yourself to laugh at yourshearsplendor.jpg slips, and then take a hot bath. If you have a doting significant other see if they’ll rub your back. Pout if you must, but don’t be annoying.) Luckily, there are secret weapons to employ! I haven’t been sworn to secrecy, so I’m free to tell you what they are.
Right now seems like the perfect time, to me, to work on making your hair ready to look fresh for Spring. Deep conditioning, or oil, treatments are the best. When I do them, I can’t stop touching my hair – it’s too silky not to. I might look weird, but that hasn’t ever stopped me.
Philosophy Shear Splendor Hair Marinating Oil from Macy’s ($20.00) may sound weird, since you probably never thought you’d marinate your hair. But one look at the bright orange color of the bottle should be enough to change your mind. Whether your hair is damaged from dying it, or just from the weather – this will help. The deal ojon.jpgwith this is that you can work it into your hair (dry!) a half hour before you shower, or you can put it on your hair at night and then sleep in it overnight. You’ll just want to make sure to protect your pillowcase with a towel. Even I can remember to do that.

I love the versatile beauty of a little black dress aka lbd. So it comes as no surprise to me that I really like the idea of the Ojon Restorative Hair Treatment from Sephora ($21.00-$55.00). With this gem you can deep condition your hair, use it as a leave-in conditioner, or just use it to make your hair shiny for the day. This ranks high on the list of items I’d love to have. Also, the three-in-oneorigins.jpg product that this is means there will be more counter space on my bathroom counter. And I can always use the space.
I’m guessing you can too.

For an organic alternative Origins Organics™ Conditioning Hair Oil just sounds delicious, doesn’t it? Not that you should eat it. You can get it at Nordstrom ($22.50). This is so easy to use, you’d have to try to mess up the application process. You can apply it to dry hair and wash it out a half hour later, or you can sleep with it in your hair.

If you’re ready to splurge, you HAVE to try the Frederic Fekkai Overnight Hair Repair ($195.00) from Sephora. This posh fredericfekkai.jpgconcoction is something you can put in your hair and not even put a towel on your pillow as you sleep with it because your hair snatches it up upon contact. While you sleep and dream about meeting Ethan Hawke and him thinking you are his muse (or whatever you dream of!) your hair is working on getting healthier.

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