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By Krista Bennett Demaio Not all beauty products are created equal, or let’s be real, even remotely equal. Some face washes leave your skin positively dewy, while others leave it feeling more like old sandpaper. One shampoo may make your hair look lush and shiny—another, well, you get the picture. And most of time, you

    Rock it curly, straight or wavy–no matter your hair type––with your perfect product pairings. Call it hair mixology. by Jet Rhys There are so many hair products on the market, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. What should you buy to suit your hair type? How much should you apply to get the finish

  by Mara Santilli Do you have combination hair Most of us do, experts say. The bigger question is what type of combo. Once you discover that, find out here how to adjust your routine and bring out the healthy, silky, shiny hair you were always meant to have. Damaged, dry top layer + oily

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 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

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

   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

Jet’s motto “look, study and attack” has made her an undeniable expert in the beauty industry. Evolving the looks of her clients by focusing on hair texture and bone structure, natural skin tones and color, she’s known for creating unique, signature styles that leave her clients looking gorgeous and feeling confident. Her level of knowledge