CNN: Give your hair some TLC
If there was ever a time to embark on a healthy hair journey, it's now. With so much going on outside, it can be calming and empowering to take control of what we can, whether that be our manicures, pedicures or even the state of our hair.
Whether you've touched up your roots or embraced the growth, cut your own hair or are growing out a look that's starting to look very '80s, you can still make sure your strands are soft and stunning. To find out how, we reached out to Los Angeles-based celebrity hairstylist Dominick Pucciarello and Ouidad brand ambassador Irinel de León, who also styles celebs in LA, who offered some of their favorite ways to pamper your locks during this lockdown.
With ingredients like bamboo stem cells to help strengthen strands and argan oil to diminish frizz, this affordable leave-in treatment comes out as a foam and can be swiped right through towel-dried hair to help repair dry, damaged and color-treated hair. A bonus: It smells like a fancy salon.