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Feb 17, 2004
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Best Hair Care Products

The products you’ll want to use time and time again

[Excerpted from May 2004 Town & Country]

A team of well known makeup artists and stylists as well as the beauty editors of Town & Country and other beauty magazines compiled this “best of†list.


[*]Kerastase Bain Satin in Level One or Two. Especially great for colored tresses or locks that need serious moisturinzing.

[*]Lancome Hair Sensation Volumizing Gel Shampoo. Gives oomph to flat, fine hair, espeially when paired with Lancome's Extra-Body Non-rinse Conditioner.

[*]Frederic Fekkai Apple Cider Clarifying Shampoo. Removes styling product buildup and mineral residue that cause dullness.

[*]Aveda Black Malva Shampoo. Enhances tones in dark hair while discouraging brassiness.

[*]Neutrogena T/Gel. A surprisingly luxurious (and pleasant-smelling) shampoo that stops dandruff in its tracks.

[*]Keratase Lait Vital Proteine. Super nourishing to hair without weighing it down.

[*]Terax Original Crema Conditioner. We can't get over how well it mositurizes our overworked hair.

[*]Matrix Biolage Daily Leave-in Tonic. Eliminate flyaways with this lightweight leave-in conditioner.

[*]Phyto 7 Plant-Based Treatment Cream. A leave-in cream for dry, stressed hair.

[*]Bumble and Bumble Leave In (or rinse out) conditioner. The name says it all. Your choice.

[*]Aveda Rosemary Mint Equalizing Hair Conditioning Rinse. Makes fine hair fabulous.

[*]John Sahag Condition. Three great conditioners, for fine, coarse and chemically treated hair.

[*]Kerastase Masquintense. The ultimate cream mask for putting life back into overprocessed hair.

[*]John Masters Organics Honey & Hibiscus Hair reconstructor. A blend of exotic fruits and oils so natural you could eat it.

http://store5.yimg.com/I/theoasisplace_1788_12559968Hair Detanglers, Gels, Mousses and Sprays

[*]Paul Mitchell Extra-Body Sculpting Foam. Pumps volume and hold into your hairstyles.

[*]Bumble and bumble Grooming Creme. Calms and adds texture to coarse hair.

[*]Philip B. Drop Dead Straightening Baume. As the name promises, this balm delivers pin-straight, perfect hair.

[*]Redken Hardwear 16 Super Strong Gel. Lasting control that washes out like a dream.

[*]Bumble and Bumble Sumo Wax. Great for adding texture, definition and perhaps even some spikiness.

[*]Redken Glass 01 Smoothing Serum. The answer to bad-hair days, whatever the weather. It banishes frizzies and imparts high shine.

[*]Sebastian Shaper Hair Spray. Great hold without stiffness.

[*]Rene Furterer Floravanti No-Rinse Detangling Spritz. A daily-use detangler that also adds sheen to hair.

[*]Kieh's High-Gloss Condition and and Styling Oil. This featherweight oil gives hair incredible luster and shine.

[*]John Frieda Sheer Blonde Volumizing Spray. Delivers lift at the roots as well as overall volume to skimpy strands.