Winter months did play havoc with the hair-dry scalp, frizzy hair, dandruff and split ends-but you could still get away with most bad hair days by covering up. Your excuse was the harsh wind and weather. Come spring, you need to let down your hair. Before you do that make sure you rid of the winter damage and are equipped to handle the hot humid months that will soon follow suit. Here are some easy tips form celebrity hair expert Savio John Perera, whose clients include Priyanka Chopra, Kanagana Ranaut and Neha Dhupia among others. Read on to make a smooth transition from winter to spring
Each day the editors of Yahoo Beauty are sharing one noteworthy product we feel should be on your radar. Now that I’m older and I’ve become accustomed to a daily workout routine, I’ve grown to love the ritual of showering — sometimes I’d even shower twice a day! So, it was a dismaying surprise when my colorist, Lucille Javier at Sally Hershberger Downtown, told me that washing my hair every day was actually bad for me — especially because I already have dry, straw-like hair. The obvious answer is dry shampoo — but most dry shampoos, which consist of oil-absorbing powder, build up over time.
Twiggy is about to be back in the spotlight in a big way—almost 50 years after she burst on the scene at age 16. At that time, the young British model known as Lesley Lawson walked into London’s House of Leonard salon and swapped her longer brunette locks for a blonde side-swept pixie cut. The new look made her an overnight sensation, known as Twiggy. With her teeny frame, short crop, doe eyes and amazing lashes, she became the cool face of mod 1960s style, shooting covers for Elle and Vogue within months.