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Fitness

June 2013

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Fitness

June 2013

Tousled Pony 1. Mist on a sea salt spray such as Ouidad Wave Create Sea Spray

Latina

June 2013

Avoid alcohol based products- which are drying- and use a styler that adds moisture back into locks. Ouidad Climate Control Heat & Humidity Gel, $22. Ouidad.com

People Espanol

June 2013

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People Espanol

June 2013

For the beachy wave look, try Ouidad Wave Create Sea Spray .

Prevention

June 2013

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Prevention

June 2013

Afraid of Gym Hair? Sweat weighs curls down so opt for a product with hydrolyzed rice proteins to prop up waves after a workout, says Nick Arrojo, owner of Arrojo Studio in New York City. The protein strengthens hair, keeping curls from looking limp. Try Ouidad Botanical Boost Moisture Infusing and Refreshing Spray ($16; ouidad.com).

WomansDay

June 2013

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WomansDay

June 2013

Expert Advice Tame Frizzy Hair -Rinse with cold water. Washing out shampoo and conditioner with cool water helps seal your hair's cuticle which reduces frizz and promotes shine. -Avoid Cotton Towels. The fibers create friction between strands and cause split ends. To prevent damage, use your hands to wring out excess water from your hair or gently pat it with a microfiber towel. -Skip Heated Tools. They suck moisture out of hair which increases frizz. If you must blow-dry, set your dryer to the low hear, then switch it to a cool setting for the last few minutes to seal the cuticle.

InStyle

May 2013

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InStyle

May 2013

Pro Tips for Frizz Zapping! “When using an anti-frizz cream or serum, apply it to wet locks ASAP. The water will help the product distribute more evenly to ensure hair dries frizz-free,” says Morgan Willhite, creative director at Ouidad.

Ladies Home Journal

May 2013

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Ladies Home Journal

May 2013

Lucky you: If you've got curly or wavy hair, your natural texture gives you built-in volume. The problem comes when your curls get fuzzy or droopy. “A good cut from someone who knows curls is key,” says Chris Lospalluto, VO5 celebrity stylist. “Lots of layers in the right places will help balance the shape.” Hydration is the second-most-important part of the equation. Avoid heavy silicones but do use sulfate-free shampoo, leave-in conditioners and moisturizing stylers to keep your coils lush and frizz-free. Try: Ouidad Playcurl Volumizing Styler Spray , $22. Apply to clean, damp hair for light hydration and hold, or use midday to revive your waves.

Passport

May 2013

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Passport

May 2013

Playcurl Volumizing Styling Spray - Waves and curls instantly have more body and definition with a soft hold without the crunch, $22, Ouidad.com

Pregnant & Newborn

May 2013

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Pregnant & Newborn

May 2013

Curves Ahead Create voluminous locks suited for the thrill-seeking set. Ouidad PlayCurl Volumizing Foam

InStyle

April 2013

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InStyle

April 2013

Question: I've heard that I should wash my natural hair with conditioner instead of shampoo. Is that true? Answer: It depends how you style your hair. If you wear it straight, you can usually ride out a wash for a whole week at which point you'll need a traditional shampoo. If, however, you wear your hair curly, pros say you should use a cleansing conditioner every other day to keep it fresh and springy. Unlike conventional shampoos, which contain harsh detergents that dry out hair, these creamy formulas “help reactivate your curl pattern without stripping the natural oils,” says Dickey. Try Ouidad Curl Co-Wash which is a cleansing conditioner, $30; ouidad.com.

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