Insider Tip Wave The Wand Recently I was griping to California-based hair stylist Jet Rhys about the near-constant case of hat hair that seems to plague me throughout the winter season.  She made a two-word suggestion that changed everything: clear mascara.  She told me that a gel-based formula would smooth those pesky strands at the […]



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  How Can I Make A Salon Blow-Out Last? A: There aren’t many things I’m an expert at. Actually, at this moment I can’t think of any things, except one: I know how to extend the life of a blow-out. Before I dwell too long on this haunting discovery, let me share my secrets (and […]



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Color Shadowing With variations on the bowl cut breaking out on runways, Jet Rhys, San Diego, California, Joe Randazzo, owner of Honolulu’s J salon and Yasmine Essa Brooks, Studio DNA, Los Angeles held a three-day Hawaiian teaching Soiree’ with the J salon team to perfect the cut and find the ideal color shift that underscores […]



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  4. Want an instant shine boost and a sleek style without static and flyaways? Put your conditioner in the fridge before use, says Jet Rhys of Jet Rhys Hair Salon in San Diego, CA. “At a lower temperature, conditioner instantly seals the cuticle.” Her fave: Sojourn Conditioner Moisture with keratin cashmere protein. 5. The […]



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  mousse SERVING SIZE: A GOLF BALL The quantity shown here is enough to work through medium-length hair; modify as necessary.  For easy spreading, liquefy the product by rubbing it in your hands, then pull it through damp hair.  If your strands are fine, thinning, or layered, focus on the roots to “add guts without […]



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    Up and Away When you’ve had it with your hair in the heat and humidity, a headband is the most refreshing solution. Once the province of senators’ wives and schoolgirls, headbands are no longer for the prim. In fact, the latest pieces are distinctly loose and flexible, with little to non of the […]



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Want to tress sexier? Here’s how, courtesy of Jet Rhys, owner of her namesake salon in San Diego, CA. 1  Embrace your natural texture. Whether your hair is straight or curly, don’t fight it, flaunt it! 2  Avoid ultra-styled cuts. Harsh lines and angles make you look dated, but “seamless, non-choppy layers are gorgeous,” says Rhys. 3  Get […]



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Mid-Length with face-framing layers How it Takes Years Off: “On most women over 40,  long hair that’s all one length tends to drag the face down, partly because hair thins as we age,” says Jennifer Lawrence, senior hairstylist at the Louis Licari Salon in New York City.  “A mid-length style with strategically cut layers softens […]



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Jet Rhys offers some suggestions on which cuts flatter different facial shapes. The Heart face looks great in a swingy collarbone-length cut with long layers and soft, side-swept bangs that hit the eyebrows. The Square face is accentuated by cuts and bangs that are too blunt or angular.  Opt for above-the-shoulder layers with wispy fringe […]



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Give your hair a boost Hair naturally thins as you get older, so anything you can do to counteract that process will help you stay gorgeous.  Volumizing shampoos are great, but the most effective (and quickest) youth  boost comes courtesy of a volumizing spray gel, like Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Spray Gel Root Lifter (below, $4; drugstores). “These sprays are like a collagen injection […]



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