Have been searching for awhile now for a brand of hairspray that can give me blonde highlights that wash out. Have tried out this brand
by Jerome Russell but find that 1. the smell is horrible 2. it makes my hair super crispy 3. the glitter is crazy and gets EVERYWHERE.
Are there any alternatives out there to this??
I currently have full blonde highlights, but I've had it with the cost and upkeep. I'm looking for a lower maintenance option. [more inside]
Is there a product or technique for protecting peekaboo highlights when recoloring hair at home? [more inside]
I feel like my hairstylist gave me bad advice last week when she told me to continue getting massive quantities of foil highlights. I walked in there wanting to get an all-over base color with just a touch of highlights. [more inside]
Halloween hair filter: How to go from black to blonde? [more inside]
So I am a female in my 20s, just moved to NYC, and need to find a top rate hair salon that does natural-looking highlights--which, as all we women know, requires word-of-mouth recommendations. Please, beauty junkie mefites, help!
Should I get highlights/lowlights to make a boring but practical haircut look more interesting? And where can I get a boring but practical (read: no layers, long, cut straight across) haircut in Northern VA? [more inside]
Is there anyway to touch up my hair highlights inbetween salon visits? [more inside]
What is the best way to get rid of highlights? [more inside]
Late last year (November?) I saw Brad Pitt with a sort of patchwork of highlights on the cover of one of those major gossip magazines at a supermarket checkout. Which magazine/issue was it--or more to the point, where can I find an image of Brad Pitt with that look--or even more to the point, is there a more precise way of referring to it than 'patchwork of hilghlights'? [more inside]
Any good at-home hair highlighting experiences? [more inside]