Edge control tames fly-aways and a unruly hairline. While gel adds definition, provides hold, and controls curls.
Balayage is a coloring technique that gives hair a natural sun-kissed look, while ombre gradually changes in shade from root to tip.
Hair dye is permanent and long lasting, while a rinse is washed out in a few shampoos.
Texturizing spray blasts a dry mist onto the root of the hair adding volume, while dry shampoo comes in a powder or spray form and cleanses hair without water.
Conditioner replaces the moisture that is stripped away from the hair while shampooing. A masque should be used weekly or bi-weekly as an intense hydrating treatment.
Spritzing your everyday fragrance on your hair can be too potent for the office and, the alcohol is very drying. Hair fragrances come in toned-down versions of your fragrant favorites and conceal any of the unwanted scents your strands may have picked up.
Lowlights add darker colors, highlights provide lighter tones to your strands.