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Anonymous asked in Beauty & StyleHair · 1 decade ago

model hair?? yeah right!?

whenever i go to church, i see girls who have their hairs all glossy and shiny with cute bangs.. Although I cant get bangs I do really want shiny hair that doesnt look all dry and stuff. whats a way to do it?? do u put gel?? Even though i magic straigtened which cost $200, my hair still appears dry!! what should i do?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    oh yeah, I had that problem too, but then I found out the perfect recipe for success! After you wash your hair, work in a rinse out conditioner(like John Frieda(LOVE IT!) or Paul Mitchell) and wrap up hair in plastic bag for about half an hour. Then rinse out.. After you get out of the shower, while hair is still wet, work in a drop of shine serum(try Bumble and Bumble or John Frieda) and a few spritzes of leave in conditoner. Wrap hair in towel and leave for about a half hour. Blow dry you damp hair. I do this all the time, and(if I do say so myself) I have model worthy hair.

    Hope I helped you and good luck!

    Source(s): I do it all the time!
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  • 1 decade ago

    Thats funny that your asking this, because i recently saw a lady with beautiful shiny silky hair and i had to have my hair like that, it was beautiful. I got my bangs cut like her, but i couldnt figure out how to do the shine, i just finally got the perfect shine today actually. what you have to do is use garnier fructis(sp?) sleek and shine shampoo and conditioner. shampoo like normal but when you use conditioner put a lot on your ends and a little on the top, and comb it through with a wide toothed comb. let it stay in for a minute then rinse. when you dry your hair before you straighten it put in CHI silk treatment all over then straighten and afterwards put in some more CHI. It makes your hair super silky. even if you dont straighten your hair you can just put the CHI. trust me this stuff works.

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  • 1 decade ago

    John Frieda product work really well. Brilliant Brunette by John Frieda is great. The finishing creme makes your hair really soft and shiny. The Frizz Ease finishing creme also makes your hair feel great and look shiny.

    Dove shampoo and conditioner makes your hair soft and shiny and eliminates frizz and poofiness. You can get them for $4-$5 each at most stores.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Well here's a sure-fire way to get shiney-shiney hair! It's so good, even Rachel Bilson uses it!(no joke!)okay try this thing called an orange mask.

    1. Boil 2 cups of water with the peel of 1 orange, finely chopped. 2.Remove from heat; cool for 30 minutes.

    3.Blend the liquid in the blender on low for 1 minute untill it forms a sauce. Then add 1 tsb. olive oil and 1 tbsp. apple-cider vinegar.

    4. Add 1/2 a ripe avacado, peeled and mashed.

    5. Blend for 2 minutes untill totally smooth.

    6.Apply to damp hair; leave on for 20 minutes.

    7. Rinse, shampoo, and condition.

    Im not even kidding its in the december issue of seventeen magazine if you don't beleive me!!!!!!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    My hair always looked very dry until I started using conditioner. Use a deep conditioner (I use Tresemme) every time you shampoo your hair and your hair will look and feel totally different. If your hair is really dry, you might want to use a leave-in conditioner in addition to the regular stuff, but be careful with the leave-in types...if you use too much, it will weigh your hair down and make it look oily.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Biosilk silk therapy, (drugstores) Ojon revitalizing mist (Sephora, Pure Beauty) or Pureology shinemax (Salons) all smell great and add shine, but use a small amount and focus on the back and ends of your hair. The scalp produces natural oils on its own, so if you put it on the crown of your head you could end up looking like a grease-ball. This product works best for me on towel dried hair or on dry hair to help the fly-aways chill out!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    do an hair spa or creambath for ur hair once a week or two, the salon will wash, then put cream in ur head then u will have a good head massage so ur scalp can absorb the vitamin in the head cream, it may help ur hair roots to get noutrition they need. Then for daily, u have to put conditioner after shamphoo.

    Shiny hair mean healthy hair so u have to take care u hair like u take care ur health. hope this will help....Happy New Year!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    I wouldn't use gel to make it shiny. Use a deep hair conditioner and keep it on for 10-20 mins. Use a gloss or spray shine to add shine. Nexus and goldwell have nice glosses.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Try using Paul Mitchell's "Skinny Hair Serum." It leaves hair soft and ultimately shiny.

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  • Jay
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    1 decade ago

    Use a deep conditioner. Garnier has a really good one. Also, treat your hair with natural things, like a papaya and avacado mix. Put the fruits in the blender and blend it, and wash your hair with it. Mayo works great too. I know it sounds really gross, but I swear, it really works.

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