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Brides

March 2012

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Brides

March 2012

Weatherproof your hair To battle heat and humidity on your wedding day, try one of our favorite frizz fighers. Free of irritating sulfates, Ouidad Climate Control Defrizzing Shampoo moisturizes hair to protect it from the effects of heat and humidity; $18.

Cosmopolitan

March 2012

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Cosmopolitan

March 2012

Q. My fine hair always falls flat, even when I blowdry with a round brush. What's an easy way to create volume that lasts? A. With hair still warm from the dryer, slide long, flat clips in 1-inch chuncks across your head, says stylist Morgan Willhite (Ouidad Salon Curl Specialist). Remove after 10 minutes, and lock in lift with hairspray.

Juicy

March 2012

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Juicy

March 2012

Ouidad Clear Control Pomade: "I use this to straighten edges and smooth down the hairline. It's a light pomade that doesn't weigh hair down or leave a film behind." $26, sephora.com

Latina

March 2012

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Latina

March 2012

CURLY & FINE Your hair curls easily, but needs lots of moisture to stay healthy and frizz-free. Since you have fine hair, hydrate with a light leave-in conditioning spray. Use on wet hair or to reactivate dry curls on day two. TRY: Ouidad Botanical Boost, $16

Short Hair

March 2012

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Short Hair

March 2012

Don't let summer humidity get the best of your tresses. Ouidad Climate Control Defrizzing Shampoo ($18) & Conditioner ($20) feature a Humidity Shield Complex that protects hair against heat and humidity and boosts softness and shine, while amino acids work to condition and repair. The sulfate-free formula is extra-gentle, so it's safe to use on color-and chemically-treated strands; ouidad.com.

Woman's World

March 2012

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Woman's World

March 2012

Make curly hair... Bouncy, soft and frizz-free! Secret 1 For soft curls... Shampoo just once or twice a week; on other days, refresh your curls with a leave-in conditioner spray (such as Ouidad Botanical Boost Moisture Infusing & Refreshing Spray, $16, Folica.com).

Time Out New York

February 2012

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Time Out New York

February 2012

14. Ouidad Salon - Tame misbehaving curls for 25 percent less when you book both a salon service ($125-$250) and a deep-conditioning ($90) on a Tuesday. That means a haircut and treatment with a third-tier stylist will be $161 (instead of $215). If you mention TONY, you'll also nab a gratis take-home deep-treatment intensive-repair product (retail $25). 37 W 57th St between Fifth and Sixth Aves (212-888-3288, ouidad.com). Tue 28; Tue 6; Mar 13,20,27 9am-7pm.

Upscale

February 2012

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Upscale

February 2012

Perfect Picks Check out the products our editors love that put the "good" in goodies. Another great find is the Ouidad Double Detangler Brush. It tackles tough knots with fewer strokes. $24|ouidad.com

American Salon

December 2011

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American Salon

December 2011

Science Class Professional haircare brands reveal their revolutionary technologies. Helping clients maintain their hair isn't just about recommending products based on the name. It's important to undersatnd the science behind the formulas to identify the best solutions. We've asked the experts to explain the breakthrough technology in products that target three of the most common hair issues: repair, control, and thinning. For clients who desire silky strands...Ouidad tackles frizz with its Climate Control Defrizzing Shampoo and Conditioner's Humidity Shield complex, a blend of emollients that provides microspheres that attach to hair for humidity resistance.

Elle Canada

December 2011

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Elle Canada

December 2011

Twisted Sisters Say goodbye to blowouts and let the curls fall where they may Like redheaded kids and McKinley High's Glee Club, the curly-haired among us have been made to feel like outcasts. For years we have been tortured by popular girls like Jennifer Aniston and Gwyneth Paltrow, whose locks are as straight as their hips, and skulked to weekly blowouts...but we're not going to take it anymore! Shun the Shampoo There has long been a misconception that all curls are created equal, when, in fact, "like snowflakes, no two curls are the same," says Anthony..."All curly hair is drier than straight hair, so shampooing should be kept to a minimum," says Morgan Willhite, lead stylist at Ouidad Salon in Santa Monica, Calif...Willhite suggests shampooing just once a week and using conditioner in between. Fine hair can do with more frequent shampooing since it runs the risk of looking straggly, although Willhite advises uses a dry shampoo that won't strip the hair with harsh detergents. Snip Savvy At Ouidad, coarser hair gets the salon's signature carving and slicing technique. By cutting into the hair's interior, weight is eliminated. This de-puffs the silhouette and allows curls to interlock and pattern together, thereby avoiding the triangle effect. Willhite also says that eliminating the excess weight gives more root lift.

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