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THIS PAGE: Antique and wood display cases hold The New York Shaving Company’s namesake products, as well as vintage barbering memorabilia. FACING PAGE: Authentic barber chairs from 1910 and 1890 are the focal points of the shop.
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floor plan<br /> <br /> timeless traditions<br /> <br /> In Manhattan’s busy Midtown East neighborhood sits The New York Shaving Company, an establishment that honors the look and feel of traditional men’s barbering.<br /> <br /> With a desire and passion to offer men an alternative to cartridge razor shaving, John Scala, CEO and founder of The New York Shaving Company, opened a tiny barbershop in Manhattan’s trendy SoHo neighborhood in 2007, offering men’s grooming services that reflect the traditions of the 200-year-old barbering craft. Five years later in the summer of 2012, Scala decided to bring his successful concept of traditional barbering, along with educational classes for clients about straight- and safety-razor shaving, to one of Manhattan’s bustling business districts—Midtown East—opening the second location of The New York Shaving Company. “I want to help educate guys on the proper ways to shave,” Scala says. “As opposed to shaving with a razor that has 10 blades on it, shaving with one blade is better for your skin, better for your wallet and better for the environment, and it’s a cleaner, closer shave.”<br /> While embracing the tradition of single-razor shaving, Scala made a point to ensure his 680-square-foot Midtown East location looked the part of a true-to-life mid-1900s barbershop. Focal points include the antique wood and glass display cases from the mid-1900s and the recycled wood utilized throughout the shop. Music pumping through the speakers and the black and white mosaic flooring is reflective of the era, while wallpaper overhead is reminiscent of a tin ceiling. Numerous vintage pieces are found throughout the space, including shoe-shining tables turned into magazine racks; photographs; Gillette relics; and two barbering chairs, one from 1910 and the other, 1890. “They’re extremely fragile chairs,” Scala says, “but they’re authentic and I wouldn’t want it any other way.” <br /> With the aim of offering men a complete grooming experience, Scala keeps the shop well-stocked with the brand’s namesake line of paraben- and sulfate-free shaving products, an endeavor that Scala speaks about with great passion. “All of the products are locally produced, blended and packaged in Brooklyn, NY; we’ve really taken the time to create quality products with natural ingredients,” he says. ✂ —Jolene Turner<br /> <br /> First Look<br /> Bright Future<br /> The latest additions to L’anza’s Keratin Healing Oil line take shine and hair health to a new plateau.<br /> <br /> Following on the heels of L’anza’s successful 2012 launch of Keratin Healing Oil Hair Treatment, the Southern California brand is adding two new members to the range. “Keratin Healing Oil Shampoo’s and Conditioner’s color-protecting formulas, which include our exclusive Next Generation Keratin and Phyto IV complex, a restorative blend of abyssinian flower, coffee seed, açai fruit and babassu kernel botanical oils, deliver numerous therapeutic advantages not found in other luxury haircare,” says L’anza Artistic Director Oscar Bond.<br /> The products replenish optimal moisture and restore elasticity and strength while enhancing volume, body and shine. What’s more, when paired with Keratin Healing Oil Hair Treatment, they create an ideal three-step system for use in salons. “After cleansing and conditioning, the Hair Treatment can be used as an in-salon service following a cut to detangle, improve manageability, eliminate frizz and reduce drying time by 65 percent,” L’anza CEO David Berglass says. “It can also be called on after chemical services to seal color, boost reflectivity and restore softness.” Best of all, when used daily, the three products are designed to create unsurpassed shine without weighing down the hair. lanza<br /> .com —K.D. <br /> <br /> Beauty Lab<br /> <br /> Eight brand-new products you just have to check out<br /> <br /> Agadir<br /> <br /> Agadir added Hair Shield 450 Plus Spray Treatment to its line of argan oil haircare products. This antioxidant-enriched spray protects tresses at extreme temperatures and repairs distressed, brittle strands so they are visibly smoothed and hydrated. agadirint.com<br /> <br /> keratin complex<br /> <br /> Keratin Complex Infusion Therapy Kerabalm 3-in-1 Multi-Benefit Hair Balm is a styling triple-threat that contains apple stem cell extract and argan oil to prime, protect and perfect hair. After use, locks are smooth, manageable and humidity-proof. keratincomplex.com<br /> <br /> kms california<br /> <br /> The KMS California TameFrizz collection, including Shampoo, Conditioner, Smoothing Lotion, Taming Crème (seen here) and De-Frizz Oil, contains Brazilian pequi fruit and acacia to eliminate frizz and smooth locks while repairing damage. kmscalifornia.com<br /> <br /> wella professionals<br /> <br /> Wella Professionals Color Charm has a brand-new look, and both the Permanent Gel and Demi-Permanent Crème are now available in a reformulated spectrum of shades to match the liquid color line. wellaprofessionals.com<br /> <br /> deva curl<br /> <br /> Specially formulated for curly hair, DevaCurl’s No-Comb Detangling Spray restores moisture balance to enable easy finger-combing. This lightweight nonaerosol spray can be applied to wet or dry hair to smooth the cuticle and reduce breakage. mydevacurl.com<br /> <br /> washi<br /> <br /> The Full Grip Master swivel hair shear, made from Japanese Hitachi V10 steel, is the newest addition to the Washi Master Collection. The full-grip handle relieves wrist and thumb fatigue for a more ergonomic cutting experience. washiscissor.com<br /> <br /> oribe hair care<br /> <br /> Formulated to add modern texture to styles, Oribe Hair Care Rough Luxury Soft Molding Paste does wonders for layered cuts. The paste-wax hybrid also offers volumizing hold, separation and a semimatte luster, along with softening locks. oribe.com<br /> <br /> Phyto<br /> <br /> Phyto Secret de Nuit is an intense time-released moisturizing treatment that works overnight to promote shiny, manageable locks. Key active ingredients—black grape procyanidins and black orchid extract—guard against external aggressors. phyto-usa.com<br /> <br /> First Look<br /> Switch-Hitters<br /> TIGI Bed Head’s latest additions help keep styles looking good around the clock.<br /> <br /> Maintaining perfectly defined curls all day long, as well as keeping strands stick straight even in the most hostile environments, is now a cinch, thanks to TIGI Bed Head On the Rebound Curl Recall Cream and Straighten Out 98% Humidity Resistant Straightening Cream. TIGI has enhanced both haircare solutions with breakthrough technologies that solve these perplexing haircare dilemmas.<br /> On the Rebound is fortified with a special curl recall technology that instantly reforms ringlets, ensuring they spring back into shape with just one scrunch. “Perfect for hair that needs defrizzing and support for movement, this wave and curl enhancer has power without the crunch,” says TIGI United States Creative Director Heath Grout. “I love layering it on as cutting lotion, then adding a touch more before diffusing curly hair.”<br /> Thermosetting polymers, part of Bed Head’s new heat-powered technology, are the superstars of Straighten Out, which also boasts a formula enriched with conditioning agents that infuse strands with added strength and shine. The high-performance hot-iron cream provides clients with seriously straight hair, even in 98 percent humidity. “Straighten Out is perfect for smoothing even the frizziest of cuticles,” <br /> Grout says. tigihaircare<br /> .com —K.D. <br /> <br /> EDITOR’S<br /> PICK!<br /> Task Master<br /> Flawless, an innovative no-suds mousse from Macadamia Natural Oil, cleanses and conditions hair with the line’s signature ingredient, macadamia oil. This six-in-one wonder streamlines styling prep, cleans, conditions, detangles, reduces blow-dry time and frizz and enhances volume. Use it in place of shampoo and conditioner by massaging it into the scalp on wet locks and rinse after five minutes. The versatile formulation works in harmony with natural oils for all hair types, providing maximum manageability. macadamiahair.com —J.B.<br /> <br /> Color Therapy<br /> Under Cover<br /> The newest addition to Redken’s ammonia-free haircolor line, Chromatics, is Beyond Cover, specially formulated to provide complete coverage for clients with 75 percent or more gray hair. The haircolor is designed to fortify and smooth hair from the inside out so it looks more youthful and feels healthier. The Oil Delivery System (ODS2), argan technology and protein extract combination ensures true-to-tone lasting color on every strand, especially stubborn grays, while the 15 pre-blended shades produce a multidimensional hue that complements any skin tone. redken.com—J.B.<br /> <br /> Red Zone <br /> For clients inspired to take on fiery and intense reds, violets and coppers, try L’Oréal Professionnel’s eight new shades and two fashion hues, part of the INOA line of ammonia-free haircolor. The INOA reds can make up to 90 hues and feature Rubilan and DM5 technologies that deliver ultrabright, long-lasting, uniform color from root to tip, as well as the signature Oil Delivery System (ODS2) that maximizes color performance with no ammonia and no odor. lorealprofessionnel<br /> .com —K.H.<br /> <br /> Support System<br /> Three new handy tools from Organic Salon Systems’ Organic Color Systems line were designed to enable precise and efficient coloring services. Rely on the Digital Measuring Scale, which has a nonskid rubber base, for exact weight readouts for all formulations; use the Hair Color Mixing Bowl, made of lightweight, durable plastic and also featuring a nonskid base, to hold up to 240 milliliters of haircoloring components; and ensure all color processing goes according to schedule with the Digital Timer’s accurate time readouts. organicsalonsystems.com —K.H.<br /> <br /> Evening Class<br /> “For most high school girls, prom is their red carpet moment,” says Paul Mitchell Editorial Director Lucie Doughty. “It’s often months in the making and involves choosing the perfect dress and makeup, then pairing them with the ultimate accessory—the ideal hair.” Here, Doughty and Paul Mitchell International Trainer and Focus Salon owner Hope Schiller detail how to achieve Swept Away, one of three new looks they created that coincide with the launch of Paul Mitchell’s Prom Survival Style Kits for salons. <br /> 1. To produce the luminous blonde color, Doughty and Schiller examined the hair to determine the starting level (prelightened level 8 or lighter), then created two formulas: 1 ounce Paul Mitchell The Color HLA mixed with 2 ounces of 40-volume Cream Developer and 1 scoop of Synchrolift Ultra-Quick Blue Powder Lightener blended with 2 ounces of 20-volume Cream Developer. They crafted a heavy horizontal highlight on top, popping a few pieces in on the side, alternating between the two hues.<br /> 2. To get the style, which Doughty describes as “a modern version of a classic chignon with added sky-high attitude for a more youthful feel,” the duo prepped the hair by applying Paul Mitchell Thicken Up while it was still damp before spritzing Extra-Body Daily Boost onto the roots.<br /> 3. Next, they blow-dried the hair with a round brush and used a curling iron on it before brushing through. <br /> 4. After sectioning the top of the hair in a triangle shape from the temples to the crown, the bottom of the hair was pulled into a side ponytail, wrapped around a band to create a bun and secured with pins.<br /> 5. The top section was brushed forward, lightly twisting the hair.<br /> 6. To finish, Doughty and Schiller brought the end of the hair <br /> back around and pinned it, then misted the design with Fast Drying Sculpting Spray. <br /> ✂ —Kelley Donahue<br /> <br /> Metal Detector<br /> In a season where dressing is punctuated by sumptuous leather, florals, and black-and-white and monochromatic color schemes, nails glazed with luxe metallic tones are the way to go. Standouts like CND Shellac Midnight Swim, Essie No Place Like Chrome and OPI Hands Off My Kielbasa! are ideal for creating ladylike manicures with attitude, making them fast favorites of the polish-obsessed crowd. cnd.com; essie.com; opi.com —K.D.<br /> <br /> Time to Unwind <br /> Intended to provide the ultimate relaxing experience for busy, overtired clients, Aveda’s new Stress-Fix Manicure and Pedicure features the calming aroma of lavender, lavandin and clary sage. The soothing treatment utilizes Stress-Fix Concentrate, Body Lotion and Soaking Salts, along with incorporating massage, cuticle care and polish application. “Guests are looking for a retreat from their fast-paced lifestyles, and we’ve found everyone benefits from Stress-Fix,” says Susan Haise, owner of Neroli Salon & Spa in Milwaukee (seen here), where the treatment has been a popular addition to the service menu. “The manicure and pedicure provide guests with a 15-minute reflexology massage to decrease tension, increase blood flow and circulation and provide relaxation.” —L.A<br /> <br /> A Little Luxury<br /> Boston-area manicure and pedicure chain MiniLuxe has just opened its seventh location catering to clients seeking affordable services in an upscale, ultraclean atmosphere. Like all MiniLuxe locations, the one in Hingham, MA, offers luxurious add-ons like a warm-oil massage for hands and feet using oil rendered from the company’s custom-blended soy candles, along with waxing and eyebrow services. In its boutique, MiniLuxe sells paraben- and sulfate-free LemonAide Hand & Body Cream and Sugar Scrub and its signature line of nail polishes that’s free of toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin and dibutyl phthalate (DBP). “MiniLuxe aims to transform the nail industry, providing ultrahygienic, high-quality nail, waxing and beauty services,” says CEO and President Sue Thirlwall. —L.A.<br /> <br /> rest easy<br /> <br /> Ensuring guests are comfortable during their pedicures while also emphasizing a sanitary environment is easy with Pibbs Industries’ new PS92 and PS93 Footsie Spas. The plumbing-free units, available in several colors, feature drop-in footbaths that can be used with individual liners for each client for a totally germ-free experience. The PS92 (seen here) features a fiberglass base that is completely water-resistant and the PS93 utilizes a wood-laminate base. pibbs.com —L.A.<br /> <br /> Face Value<br /> Scrubbing Bubbles<br /> Using the right exfoliators will remove old skin cells to reveal, younger, brighter and healthier skin.<br /> To keep skin vibrant and youthful, regular exfoliation is key to eliminating accumulated dead skin cells says Lydia Sarfati, Repêchage CEO and founder. From chemical peels to manual exfoliators like scrubs, there is a solution for every kind of skin. “Dry skin types can use chemical or manual exfoliators while those with acne-prone and sensitive skin should skip scrubs and go with gentle chemical solutions such as beta hydroxy and salicylic acid,” Sarfati says. <br /> A mild chemical peel option from Repêchage is the Biolight Glyco-Sea Glycolic Peel, which delivers intensive resurfacing and renewing in a nonabrasive formula that combines glycolic acid with the company’s soothing Laminaria complex containing seaweed extract. The peel helps smooth the appearance of fine lines, scars, sun damage, hyperpigmentation and age spots. <br /> For a scrub, Sarah McNamara Beauty offers the paraben-free Miracle Skin Transformer HydroActive Microderm, featuring micro-exfoliants, natural extracts and high-grade micronized magnesium-oxide, all designed to instantly polish the face by gently eliminating dry, flaky skin. <br /> Dermalogica also takes on exfoliation with its Daily Microfoliant—a rice-based enzyme powder—which has been chosen as a top pick by oprah.com. Free of artificial fragrance and color, the powder turns into an exfoliating paste when combined with water and is gentle enough for daily use to help remove debris while stimulating cell renewal for improved suppleness. dermalogica.com; miracleskintransformer.com; repechage.com —J.T.<br /> <br /> <br /> Tying the Knot<br /> <br /> This spring and summer, traditional and modern brides will both be making statements when they walk down the aisles. Experts weigh in on the top trends in hair, makeup and nails. <br /> The Edgy Fashionista<br /> Elena Southcott, owner of Casa Salon, a business that specializes in bridal styling in Key West, FL, says the look for modern brides this season is that of a tousled beach beauty. “It’s a style that’s just right for the woman who wants to embrace her organic side while evoking an understated elegance,” Southcott says. “The look can then be dressed up with natural flowers or the bride’s choice of accessories.” <br /> To create a contemporary look with cosmetics, Ashleigh Ciucci, celebrity makeup artist for Hair Room Service in New York City, notes her love of matte cherry lips and full lashes. “The look has pop and is so ‘now’ but will still stand the test of time when you look back on your photos in 30 years,” Ciucci says.<br /> Nails for less traditional brides can be on trend with fashion. “Modern brides are obviously more high-fashion conscious and willing to be adventurous with their styling,” says Marek Hartwig, owner and artistic director of Marek Bridal Styling and member of Cosmetologists Chicago. “Runway and red carpet styles are prominent influences.” For brides who want to wear their “something blue” on their fingernails without being too flashy, Zoya offers a creamy light shade appropriately called Blu; for a touch of shimmer try Barbados Blue from Essie; and for an all-out bright hue go for China Glaze’s Bahamian Escape.<br /> <br /> The Timeless Beauty<br /> The traditional bride will always reign, but many are bidding farewell to severe updos like the slick bun, according to Hartwig. “Classic brides are still looking for a more formal look, but with hair that is softly pulled back with a rougher texture around the hairline,” he says. For classic brides wishing for a long-hair look, Hartwig notes that the soft texture will cascade down the back while the top and sides are softly pulled away from the face and secured with a variety of hair adornments. “‘Regal,’ ‘romantic’ and ‘fairy tale’ are common words I’m hearing from my classic brides this season,” Hartwig says. <br /> For the face, Aveda Global Artistic Director for Makeup Janell Geason notes the importance of the right makeup to coincide with the overall classic look of a bride wearing a gown with her hair set. To achieve that look, Geason says that clean, fresh and classic colors are great for a timeless style. “For spring and summer brides, pinks, roses, taupes and peaches look fresh,” she says. <br /> Similar classic tints will be seen on the nails, including soft pinks, nudes and neutrals. Hartwig says that such colors elongate the fingers. To get the look, try the sheer Rose Water from CND, the shimmering grayish white Christinna from Zoya or the taupe Did You ’ear About Van Gogh? by OPI. <br /> ✂ —Jolene Turner<br /> <br /> The Edgy Fashionista<br /> Elena Southcott, owner of Casa Salon, a business that specializes in bridal styling in Key West, FL, says the look for modern brides this season is that of a tousled beach beauty. “It’s a style that’s just right for the woman who wants to embrace her organic side while evoking an understated elegance,” Southcott says. “The look can then be dressed up with natural flowers or the bride’s choice of accessories.” <br /> To create a contemporary look with cosmetics, Ashleigh Ciucci, celebrity makeup artist for Hair Room Service in New York City, notes her love of matte cherry lips and full lashes. “The look has pop and is so ‘now’ but will still stand the test of time when you look back on your photos in 30 years,” Ciucci says.<br /> Nails for less traditional brides can be on trend with fashion. “Modern brides are obviously more high-fashion conscious and willing to be adventurous with their styling,” says Marek Hartwig, owner and artistic director of Marek Bridal Styling and member of Cosmetologists Chicago. “Runway and red carpet styles are prominent influences.” For brides who want to wear their “something blue” on their fingernails without being too flashy, Zoya offers a creamy light shade appropriately called Blu; for a touch of shimmer try Barbados Blue from Essie; and for an all-out bright hue go for China Glaze’s Bahamian Escape.<br /> <br /> <br /> The Edgy Fashionista<br /> Elena Southcott, owner of Casa Salon, a business that specializes in bridal styling in Key West, FL, says the look for modern brides this season is that of a tousled beach beauty. “It’s a style that’s just right for the woman who wants to embrace her organic side while evoking an understated elegance,” Southcott says. “The look can then be dressed up with natural flowers or the bride’s choice of accessories.” <br /> To create a contemporary look with cosmetics, Ashleigh Ciucci, celebrity makeup artist for Hair Room Service in New York City, notes her love of matte cherry lips and full lashes. “The look has pop and is so ‘now’ but will still stand the test of time when you look back on your photos in 30 years,” Ciucci says.<br /> Nails for less traditional brides can be on trend with fashion. “Modern brides are obviously more high-fashion conscious and willing to be adventurous with their styling,” says Marek Hartwig, owner and artistic director of Marek Bridal Styling and member of Cosmetologists Chicago. “Runway and red carpet styles are prominent influences.” For brides who want to wear their “something blue” on their fingernails without being too flashy, Zoya offers a creamy light shade appropriately called Blu; for a touch of shimmer try Barbados Blue from Essie; and for an all-out bright hue go for China Glaze’s Bahamian Escape.<br /> <br /> <br /> Here Come the Brides<br /> From long hair to tight knots, the latest wedding-day hairstyles on the<br /> runways can be easily translated for salon clients. —Lotus Abrams<br /> Oscar de la Renta<br /> L’Oréal Professionnel Stylist and Brand<br /> Ambassador Yann Varin created tightly<br /> swept-back buns for Oscar de la Renta’s<br /> newest bridal collection using L’Oréal<br /> Professionnel Texture Expert Lumi<br /> Contrôle and Perfect Shimmer. The look is<br /> ideally suited for wearing with an elegant<br /> headband, veil or headpiece.<br /> <br /> Angel Sanchez<br /> The flowing waves accented by silver gel and<br /> plastic-wrap headbands seen at Angel Sanchez’s<br /> latest bridal show were the work of lead hairstylist<br /> for Moroccanoil Leonard Zagami of Anthony Leonard<br /> Salon, who used Moroccanoil Curl Defining Mousse,<br /> Hydrating Styling Cream, Luminous Hairspray Strong<br /> and a curling iron to produce the texture.<br /> <br /> Badgley Mischka<br /> Inspired by 1930s fashion<br /> icon Wallis Simpson, the<br /> Duchess of Windsor, Badgley<br /> Mischka’s sophisticated<br /> bridal collection demanded<br /> an elegant hair look, so lead<br /> stylist for Moroccanoil Peter<br /> Gray created a centerparted<br /> chignon with rolled<br /> sides embellished with silk<br /> flowers. Key products were<br /> Moroccanoil Frizz Control,<br /> Hydrating Styling Cream and<br /> Luminous Hairspray Strong.<br /> <br /> Anne Bowen<br /> Paul Mitchell Artist Brian Hawkins fashioned a<br /> variety of uncontrived looks ranging from low<br /> chignons and ponytails to romantic waves to<br /> complement the modern designs seen at Anne<br /> Bowen’s bridal show. Paul Mitchell Awapuhi<br /> Wild Ginger Finishing Spray, HydroCream Whip,<br /> Styling Treatment Oil and Texturizing Sea Spray<br /> were key to achieving the looks.<br /> <br /> Houghton<br /> To complement the<br /> vintage elegance of<br /> Houghton’s nontraditional<br /> bridal collection, L’Oréal<br /> Professionnel Session<br /> Artist Laura Polko created<br /> a romantic updo featuring<br /> roughed-up French and<br /> fishtail braids and wispy<br /> loose tendrils of hair<br /> around the face. To get the<br /> look, she relied on L’Oréal<br /> Professionnel Texture Expert<br /> Mousse Volupté and Série<br /> Expert Volume Expand<br /> Leave-in Spray.<br /> <br /> Oil Boom<br /> The numerous oils available contain a variety of powerful botanically sourced ingredients to suit a range of hair textures. <br /> <br /> 1. For silky smooth and glossy locks, Keratin Complex Blondeshell Enhance High Shine Brightening Oil’s blend of botanical oils and amino acids nourish and protect overprocessed blonde and gray strands; keratincomplex.com. <br /> 2. Brazilian Blowout Açaí Brazilian Dry Oil is packed with açai berry, annatto seed and camu camu berry oils to strengthen damaged hair, enhance elasticity and protect against environmental stressors; brazilianblowout.com. 3. Gold Lust from Oribe Hair Care is a restorative light oil that provides UV protection with a unique blend that includes jasmine, lychee, cassis and argan extracts; oribe.com. 4. Aveda Beautifying Composition contains jojoba oil, lavender, vitamin E and rosemary to restore moisture balance; aveda.com. 5. With an alcohol-free formula, Scruples Renewal Hair Therapy Polish increases shine, seals in moisture and eliminates frizz, along with repairing damaged locks with its exclusive Protective Barrier complex; scrupleshaircare.com. 6. Redken’s All Soft Argan-6 Oil can be used on wet hair as a blow-dry shield, shine booster and softening treatment or on dry hair as a blow-dry perfector or overnight treatment that improves the texture of all hair types; redken.com. 7. Fortified with an argan oil and silicone carrier oil combo, Schwarzkopf Professional BC Oil Miracle Finishing Treatment disburses throughout damp hair evenly for a quick blow-dry and grease-free coif; schwarzkopf-professional.com. 8. Packed with argan, activeshine amazon and cropure babassu oils, TIGI Hair Reborn Restorative Illuminoil adds shine to and detangles damaged tresses with a honeysuckle mint fragrance; tigiprofessional.com. 9. Pureology’s Green Seal certified, 100 percent biodegradable, silicone- and paraben-free Precious Oil Versatile Caring Oil nourishes each fiber of color-treated hair with a blend of sunflower seed, coconut, olive and jojoba oils; pureology.com. 10. For 100 percent vegan nourishment, ColorProof CrazySmooth Extreme Shine Treatment Oil’s proprietary blend of camellia and abyssinian oils, seaweed and vitamin E penetrates the hair to renew locks while providing color and thermal protection; colorproof.com. 11. The weightless Matrix Biolage ExquisiteOil Replenishing Treatment is formulated with a blend of moringa oil and antioxidants to boost shine in dull hair with zero buildup; matrix.com. 12. Moroccanoil Treatment Light’s residue-free formula is packed with omega-3 oils and vitamins to nourish dry, fine locks and repair chemical and thermal damage; moroccanoil.com. 13. Awapuhi Wild Ginger Styling Treatment Oil from Paul Mitchell quenches dry, brittle hair with an ultralightweight formula that keeps strands looking young with the healing benefits of juice from the awapuhi ginger plant; paulmitchell.com. 14. Enriched with omega-7 fatty acids, Macadamia Natural Oil Healing Oil Treatment nourishes and improves the hair’s condition, eliminating frizz and prolonging the life of haircolor; macadamiahair.com. ✂ —Jennifer Barnes<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
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