Banishing Bad Hair Days since 1997!™

A Schmorgasboard Of Products Creates The Perfect Hair

Working for a company that specializes in all things hair and beauty, I have found myself to be quite spoiled when perfecting my daily regimen.  On a regular basis I am exposed to new shipments of both high and low end product lines and often pick out new items to add to my cabinet.  While I have a few favorites I will never stray from, I am always eager to try something new.

My fine, highlighted hair is currently styled in a swing style bob, so of course, I always use a color enhancing shampooand a volumizer finishing product for the perfect style all the time.  To keep my highlights in their best condition, I rotate between the Rene Furterer Okara Protective Radiance Shampoo and the Goldwell - Colorglow{IQ} - Highlights Brilliant Contrasts Shampoo.  For my special nights out, sometimes I will even add a volumizing shampoo or conditioner into the mix for the bounciest tresses, such as the Biosilk Volumizing Shampoo and Conditioner.

It does not take much for my fine hair to get weighted down with too many products, so I often opt for a light detangler such as the Phytomist or the J.F. Lazartigue Disentangling Instant Silk Protein Spray.

Finally, before blowdrying, I always use a volumizing spray.  My short fine hair can be blowdried quickly, with an average time of less than 5 minutes.  I like to allow my hair to air dry while I perform my skin care regimen, and add the volumizing sprays just before beginning to blow dry.  The J.F. Lazartigue Hair Volume Tonic is a constant in my life due to the light fragrance and no sticky residue.  The tonic is very light and does not weigh your hair down. Recently, my hairdresser turned me on to the Redken Volume Layer Lift 07.  This is a great alternative for fashionistas on a budget.  The texture of the product is more of a spray-gel, so you can even let your hair air dry for a tousled look.

It has taken me several trials of various combinations to find what I like best.  However, one thing is constant, using quality products will never let you down.

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