September 2013 best bets for new hair items was a tight and bright little group of stars this year.
We love these new products listed below, after living with them for a few weeks to see how they performed. Outstanding results and gorgeous hair is yours to be had.
Please take us shopping with you:
Click n Curl
At first Click-n-Curl did not compute. I was raised on Clairol Hot rollers, and still have an ancient set around here somewhere. Once I got it, I was hooked. No electric curlers, these are a unique hair styling tool that volumizes the hair. Click n Curl is an easy to use round brush that features six detachable brush heads that act as hot rollers with just one click. Click n Curl allows you to dry, style and set in one easy step.
The Click n Curl helps make the home blowout process a little easier. As you twist your hair around the brush and dry it, you’re able to pop the handle out of the brush’s barrel, so it stays in place. You then connect another barrel and move on to a different section of hair.
Not for people looking for tight curls. we loved it and you can leave these barrels in as your hair air dries too. Super results. Simple design. Fab gift for Holidays!
Ouidad Curl Recovery Ultra Nourishing Cleansing Oil and Mongongo Oils
Made in the USA
Oil power! The right oils make a huge difference in hair. Plus, saying “Mongongo” is fun, try it!
All hair oils are not created equal. Not greasy, but think silky and shiny without weight. Ouidad’s new oil infused products will provide for shine and optimal hair health without the grease. Ouidad’s Curl Recovery Ultra Nourishing Cleansing Oil works to gently remove dirt and build up, while restoring essential moisture to the hair. After you shower, you can apply Ouidad Mongongo Oil Multi Use Hair Treatment, known as “hair food” in Zambia for its high Vitamin E content and superb regenerating and antioxidant properties. These products will replenish, protect and strengthen with each use to leave hair shiny, never slick or heavy. for all hair types too.
Try Curl Recovery Ultra Nourishing Cleansing Oil ($25 at Ouidad.com). The CR 4 Repair Complex – a combination of 4 ingredients, Mafura Butter, Kalihari Melon Oil, Daikon Radish Oil and Meadow Foam Seed Oil penetrates and cleanses the hair shaft with concentrated fatty acids that are vital to rebuilding, nourishing and protecting Silk proteins and coconut oils bind to the cuticle to sustain hydration and resist damage while enhancing body and shine Ultra Nourishing Cleansing Oil is a foaming, water-activated cleanser with an advanced oil base that gently removes dirt and build-up while restoring essential moisture. Smells like Hawaii!
Sulfate and Paraben free!
Salon Series by Ouidad Mongongo Oil Multi Use Hair Treatment ($36 at Ouidad.com)
A high concentration of linoleic acid, omega 6 and Vitamin E deliver intense hydration to the hair. The light single spray of this oil coats strands to shield against UV rays and environmental aggressors. Protects hair from heat styling, while also speeding up drying time. Restructures damaged hair, while delivering intense hydration Smoothes frizz and restores natural luster and sheen. The Mongongo Oil Multi Use Hair Treatment is part of the Salon Series by Ouidad Collection, which features four advanced treatment products that treat the health of both hair and scalp at home. Clean spa vanilla like scent.
L’Oreal Elnett Satin Hairspray Extra Strong Hold – mini 2.2 ounces for travel
Let’s see: TSA size friendly. Brushable styling. Boosts shine. Strong hold. It’s no wonder everyone loves Elnett Satin, the legendary hairspray of choice for red carpet events. Seriously, every hair trailer in Hollywood has this inside it! Its micro-diffuser spray offers a clean, soft shiny finish. So fine, it disappears when you brush. It lasts all day.
Cons: It has a scent (fades after spraying) so if you are sensitive to fragrance, look elsewhere. Available in Extra Strong Hold, Extra Strong Hold travel size, Extra Strong Hold for Color-Treated Hair and Strong Hold. We travel everywhere with this puppy!
Note the date on this article may be incorrect due to importing it from our old system.