A true beauty enthusiast, Khloé Kardashian rarely ever steps out in anything less than full hair and makeup. And while she certainly looks lavish, it turns out she’s not above a budget-friendly buy: She’s previously shared her affinity for a $7 mascara, and now she’s revealed that the secret to her healthy set of waves is also […]
Taylor Hill’s modeling career has skyrocketed within the last year, and she’s become one of our ultimate beauty icons. She gets a ton of recognition for her naturally thick eyebrows, but we’ve also fallen in love with her voluminous head of hair. In a recent interview with Allure, she shared what products she uses to […]
Amazon.com is a pretty magical place. You head over to the site intending to buy the latest from Oprah's Book Club, only to end up Priming your order for an REI tent, a case of Crystal Pepsi, and a jumbo-sized bottle of Pantene. The beauty category in particular can be tricky territory--after all, you can probably still find an expired bottle of Debbie Gibson's Electric Youth fragrance if you search hard enough--but if you look into what some of the licensed retailers are stocking, it's easy to strike gold. We teamed up with the retailer to find out about the top-selling shampoos of the month, ranging from undiscovered brands, to the staples you know and love. Scroll down to shop each product now, and see if they live up to their 5-star reviews.
If I want my hair to have some sort of texture (for the record, it's pretty damn straight), literally the last thing I'm going to do is dip my head under a shower head and shampoo.
Discovering a shampoo that leaves your locks looking like the Duchess of Cambridge’s is the ultimate beauty mini fist pump. Next up on the beauty conundrum list do over-plucked eyebrows ever really grow back?
The importance of shampooing has been drilled into our brains since we were little, but did you ever figure out the best kind of shampoo for your hair?
I’ve always loved the idea behind natural shampoos, but the reality usually outweighs the hype. With many chemicals found in standard shampoos linked to hormone disruption and cancer risk, it seems like a no-brainer to go eco. But despite my desire to use natural shampoos exclusively, most don’t deliver. So, Yahoo Beauty has spent the past few weeks testing out natural shampoos to find the ones that really do work. All of the shampoos we tried are free of sulfates, parabens, and phthalates. We narrowed it down to our seven favorites.Related:An All-Natural Skincare Solution for Every Skin TypeThe Indie Beauty Brands to Buy in 201610 Natural Hair Products You Need to Try
by DEVEN HOPP“Lather, rinse, repeat” may be more fable than fact, but flawed instructions aside, shampoo is and has been one of the non-negotiables in our beauty routines since before we even had beauty routines. So, we thought it deserved a closer look. Scroll through for eight crazy but true facts about shampoo!More from Byrdie:Chelating or Clarifying: What’s the Best Shampoo for Your Hair? Thickening Shampoos That Really Work Drugstore Dry Shampoos for Every Hair Type Is This Shampoo Ingredient Ruining Your Hair?
How often should you wash your hair? Once a day? After a workout? Once a week? Every two weeks? When your co-workers start moving away from you? Today, Kim Kardashian West noted on her website that she only shampoos twice a week to avoid excess hair damage. While it sounds unappetizing, she’s not alone. Many people believe that washing your hair every day can cause more harm than good. It turns out that the frequency of your shower routine depends on the texture, moisture, and length of your hair, there isn’t a set rule. “Everybody’s sebaceous glands vary,” Manhattan-based colorist Lucille Javier of Sally Hershberger Downtown tells Yahoo Beauty. “In the winter, they’re more dry. In the summer, your sebaceous glands are more active because you’re sweating more.” It also depends on how often you chemically treat your hair; Javier notes that those with 100 percent natural hair shouldn’t worry about washing too often. But Kardashian West, who has dyed her hair platinum blonde before and frequently styles it for public appearance, may be wary of frequent washing. Some products that she recommended on her website to use in conjunction with low-frequency shampooing include Rodin by Recine Luxury Hair Oil ($70), Frédéric Fekkai Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Crème ($20), Olaplex No 3 Hair Perfector, Carol’s Daughter Monoi Repairing Hair Mask ($32), and Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream ($49).We’ve compiled a definitive list as to what celebrities have said about their hair wash frequencies throughout the years. Frankly, they still look like they get blowouts every day, no matter what they all say.Related:Jennifer Aniston’s Low-Maintenance Hair RoutineAn Education On Good Hair DaysHow to Dry Your Hair in the Winter