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As far as we're concerned, dry shampoo is the bee's knees. We're so smitten, in fact, that we find it hard to imagine there's anything out there that we'd find as convenient and dependable as our spray-on go-to. Well, up until now, that is. There's a new kid on the block called dry conditioner, and we think we kind of have a serious crush on it</strong>.

According to celebrity stylist and Pantene brand ambassador Danilo, a dry conditioner is a suspension of oils and nutrients in a powder-like aerosol form that delivers supplemental care to dry, damaged hair without having to get it wet. Where dry shampoo is meant to soak up excess oils and freshen up unwashed hair, dry conditioner adds shine, protection, and body to coarse, dry, Valentino Shoes chemically-treated tresses.

So what's the difference between this and a regular, old leave-in conditioner? According to Danilo, because these oils and nutrients are suspended in powdered or dry form, you can spray them on your hair without getting it wet and messing up your style.

"I enjoy dry conditioners as a finish," he says. "They enhance and texturize while doing good by your hair at the same time. They are also a great way to get fresh hair to achieve an undone, tousled finish and a great way to give lackluster hair a pump up without a full shampoo, condition, and blowout. You can first use dry shampoo and then dry conditioner on clean or dirty hair."

That sounds like a tag team of time-saving products we'd be happy to add Valentino Shoes Online to our "too lazy to actually do anything to our hair" morning routine


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Is it just us, or do hot rollers need a better publicist? For most of us, they conjure up visions of actresses from another era getting glam, rolling up sections of hair while sipping dirty martinis. In Valentino Shoes this Kardashian-aping age of curling irons and wands, they've fallen out of favor, along with combs, hair rats, and highlighting caps.

The fact is, hot rollers u2014 like Polaroid pictures, grammar, and chivalry u2014 are on-the-low awesome, if a bit out of circulation. We caught up with some of the best in the hair business to find out their thoughts on this u201crelicu201d u2014 plus get tips on some new ones on the market to try and the products you need to protect your hair before using them.

Hairstylist Peter Butler recommends using hot rollers when you have to get ready quickly. u201cPop a few in, and it's instant volume and curl,u201d he says. Bonus if your strands are over-processed: u201cHot rollers are gentler on hair than a curling iron.u201d To give your curl more durability, he likes to spritz hairspray onto a section before rolling it up.

Butler's go-to curlers are Infinity Pro Secret Curl by Conair. u201cTheyu2019re self-clipping, so there are no extra parts to Valentino Shoes Sale misplace or lose. Plus, they work great on short, medium, and long hair,u201d he says. He likes to use a few on top for volume and a few around the face for texture. Made of silicone, u201cThey absorb the heat well and actually help keep the hair shiny,u201d he notes. u201cThey look a bit smaller than traditional rollers, but these are all you need! I also like the fact that they heat up and are ready in under 10 minutes.u201d

Sally Hershberger stylist Matthew Fugate loves hot rollers for their versatility. u201cThe perfect Jessica Rabbit-type 'do is definitely a hot-roller moment. You can also create a Debbie Harry sort of rocker style with them if brushed out, [with] kick-ass volume and movement,u201d he says.