Here Are The Best Leave-In Conditioners And Treatments For Your Hair
You cleansed with your favorite shampoo, applied your favorite conditioner, rinsed and towel-dried. Do you really need a leave-in conditioner also? Yes, says Matrix Artistic Director Michelle O’Connor. Leave-ins are like guardian angels for any type of dry or damaged hair, because once your hair dries, they keep watch over your strands—healing and moisturizing until your next shampoo. Nowadays there are many highly effective leave-in conditioning and treatment formulas, designed for a myriad of hair types, textures and needs. For best results, apply leave-ins to towel-dried hair and distribute with a wide-tooth comb. Here are the best leave-in conditioners for every hair type.Read Now
Balayage vs. Ombré: What's The Difference and Which is Best For You?
Sometimes it seems like your hair stylist is speaking a foreign language. Balayage. Ombré. Sombré. Foilayage. Translation please! Here’s how to understand the difference between ombré, balayage and everything in-between, and how to figure out the best hair color solution for you!Read Now
Best Conditioners For Your Hair Type
Conditioners are often the forgotten half of the shampoo/condition equation. You may spend loads of time considering your hair cleanser, but when it comes to what follows, any old thing will do. That’s a mistake, though, because the right conditioner will support the good work of your shampoo and make it twice as effective. But the choices can be confusing. Leave-in conditioner or rinse out? Light as mousse or rich as custard? And what if you have fine hair? Should you use conditioner at all? The answers are: depends, depends and yes. Confused? Here is a guide for selecting the right conditioner for every hair type, curated by the pros at Matrix.Read Now