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by Nancy Weinberg Simon While the warmer months’ heat and humidity can wreak their own sort of havoc on hair, colder days have their own set of problems. San Diego-based celebrity stylist Jet Rhys wants you to have control of your hair, no matter what the weather. Here are her tips for gorgeous hair, each

by Krista Bennett DeMaio   It’s that time of year again. We’re finally shaking off the winter blahs and ready to hit the refresh button—and hair is the easiest place to start. There’s no quicker, faster way to get a spring pick-me-up than a trip to the salon. Whether you’re looking for a whole new

by Jane Chertoff Fine hair is, well… fine. But if you’re constantly crushing on gals with thick, bouncy locks, it’s probably time to seriously turn up the volume. To get that big hair you’re after, we’re turning to celebrity stylist and Cricket Co. ambassador Jet Rhys for some expert advice. Don’t despair too much if

by Dori Katz Kiss bad hair days goodbye thanks to 13 brilliant tips, tricks and secrets from the pros. Re-activate styling products by lightly spritzing water all over strands and tousling with fingers. pg.32

How To Lily Collins’ Wave “This vintage styles is all the rage,” says Jet Rhys of Jet Rhys salon, Solana Beach, CA. The pro gives us the lowdown on how to copy the look: 1. Add a quarter-sized dollop of gel through the side party, then comb hair away from the face. 2. Place a Kleenex

by Krista Bennett Demaio 3 DOUBLE UP IN THE SHOWER When you do wash your hair, revive the lather, rinse, repeat routine. “Shampooing twice gets your scalp and hair super clean and sets you up for a bouncier look on day two or three,” says Jet Rhys, a San Diego–based salon owner. If you have

PICKING OUT YOUR HALLOWEEN COSTUME IS ONE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT DECISIONS YOU’LL MAKE ALL YEAR. LUCKILY, 2016 IS MAKING IT A LITTLE EASIER TO HAVE A BUZZ-WORTHY COSTUME (EVEN IF IT’S LAST-MINUTE) WITH THE CURRENT PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES. No matter your political view, it’s safe to say both candidates have iconic hair to make your

   Start by conditioning–yep, before cleansing (hear us out). Work a rich conditioner through wet strands from midshaft downward. “This coats hair, preventing shampoo from further drying out ends, which have likely taken a beating this summer from sun and chlorine,” explains Michelle Pasterski, head stylist at Mixed Co. Salon in Chicago. Leave the conditioner

  Master the Cold Blow-Dry Flip your head over so you’re looking at the floor, then “use the cool setting to blow-dry your hair with he nozzle pointed down,” says hairstylist Jet Rhys, founder of the Jet Rhys Salon in San Diego. “This position encourages airflow, so your hair will retain less water and dry quicker.”

  Before you get all fancy-schmancy with your skills, you have to master the basics! Let us teach you how. Apply Products Like a Pro Never read the instructions on the back? Don’t worry, we’ll break it down for you. HEAT PROTECTANT Rake it through towel-dried hair to create a barrier between your hair and