Hair Care

Hair Care Made Easy

Everyone needs a little hair help sometimes, not just busy moms. Here, we've got the best tips for all hair types.


  1. If you have fine hair, you'll want to shampoo every day to prevent oils and build up from weighing down your style. Go for a volumizing shampoo and apply a lightweight conditioner from mid-shaft to ends. Need to skip a wash? Use a dry shampoo at the roots to absorb oils, add lift, and refresh your look.
  2. For all-day volume, apply a thickening spray directly to the roots and blow dry with a large round brush.
  3. Try a headband or hair scarf as a fast fix for flat hair.


  1. Play up soft, natural waves by applying a lightweight mousse and blowdrying with a diffuser attachment. Short on time? Let it air dry naturally and you'll get a similar effect.
  2. For a beachy, tousled look, try a salt spray. Mist directly onto dry hair, then scrunch, twist and twirl large sections of hair to create texture.
  3. A messy bun is always chic and effortless—the less perfect, the better. Gather hair into a ponytail, then twist it around the base and pin loosely in place. Finish with a misting of hairspray.


  1. Thick and straight styles look best when hair is extra sleek and polished. Applying a leave-in conditioner to damp hair before blowdrying will help smooth out strands and prevent frizz.
  2. If your hair is also coarse, run a shine serum over your finished style to give it a little gloss and brilliance.
  3. A classic ponytail is an easy go-to look. Play around with placement—high, low or off to the side—to keep things fresh. A knotted hair tie adds a pretty accent.


  1. Skipping a shampoo (or two) can actually be a good thing for curly hair types, as curls tend to love natural oils and moisture. On days you do wash, use a gentle shampoo and follow with a super rich conditioner. Once a week, use a nourishing deep treatment for extra hydration.
  2. Work with your natural curl pattern instead of fighting it. Curl-enhancing creams and gels can help define the shape and lock out humidity. Work product into your hair a little bit at a time and style with fingers. Don't brush curls as it could create frizz.
  3. For a quick-and-easy look, try a loose braid. Hold it in place with a covered elastic to prevent breakage.