Little Luxury Report: Pureology NanoGlaze with AntiFade Complex

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The Little Luxury: Pureology NanoGlaze with AntiFade Complex

Relationship status: My new secret weapon. Totally still in the lust phase!

When all the right forces combine… Organic botanicals, humidity-resistant technology and vegetable proteins combine together to give you the perfect styling glaze.

You can’t mess it up: The instructions are simple: pump a quarter-size amount into hands and apply to damp hair, comb through and blow-dry.

The thing you’ll love most: It’s not just for blow-drying! The weather is getting warmer which means you can get away with leaving the house with damp hair. Use the NanoGlaze for air-drying and presto, natural waves and curls will look polished and defined.

Worth the splurge: Pureology products have been consistently successful for me, and this one has proven no different. It’s reliability in a bottle, the products are specifically designed for color-treated hair, and they come with a salon price tag to match—$28. Which is less than Nano in its iPod form, if that makes you feel any better.

A note from the people at Pureology that you probably haven’t seen in a while: “Authentic Pureology products are not sold online from any retailer. To find Pureology products in your area, log on to Pureology.com to find a Pureology salon near you. We don’t credit websites that sell Pureology product.”

Hot Stone Scale: 6 out of 6
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Golden Globes 2010 Hair: Rain and Shine

Despite the downpour, we wanted to hand it to Drew Barrymore and Sandra Bullock for their significantly less hurricane’d-out looks this year than last year. They took two different beauty approaches:

Drew took no chances after last year’s minor catastrophe, and swept it far from her face.

Sandra took a braver approach, doing an almost identical hairstyle as last year, but proving she could nail it with more cohesive, structured waves in 2010.

The answer! Warren-Tricomi Finishing Cream

The hypothesis: Better planning and Warren-Tricomi Finishing Cream. This seemed like a good time to share a little secret of mine; this hair cream finishes and fixes your hair—no matter what style you’ve got it in, or what you’re trying to make your ‘do do, rain or shine, through hair thick and thin. If you’re ever running to the Globes in anything that resembles a hurricane, make sure your publicist or stylist takes a bottle of WTFC to the red carpet. (Works great on regular people on perfectly sunny days too!)

If a hair style fails YOU, are you likely to repeat it and try to get it right? Or… go in a completely opposite direction?

 

 

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