You can glaze your hair and boost its shine. John Freida has a new glaze line on store shelves. Or you can try a spritz of this.
You've heard of west coast legendary stylist Sally Hershberger. Yeah, and her 'legendary' haircut for $800. If that's hard to swallow, why not try Sally's new hair treatment for high-watt luster?! The beauty of this item, is its accessibility to non-celebs, like you and me. And you can find it, right at your neighborhood Walgreens.
It's called Sally Hershberger Star Shine ($13, 4.2 fl. oz) and it's part of her new signature line for Walgreens, Supreme Head. This little gray pump bottle with bright pink lettering does exactly what it says it will do: Adds star powered luminous shine. And Sally's magic shine treatment is okay for all hair types----fine, thick, curly, color-treated, damaged, delicate, straightened, braided, and so on.
Come on. You know the products have got to be pretty decent. Sally Hershberger wouldn't put her famous name on a bottle of gunk. And product is very important when it comes to beautiful hair. That and a good cut, of course.
Sally Hershberger told New York Sun.com reporter, Johanna Huden, in an interview last February, that 50% of what makes hair beautiful is product.
"With this line, you don't have to pay $800 for a haircut with me, but you get to have me show you how to achieve certain looks," she said, referring to the video demonstrations featured on her Web sites and in Walgreens stores. "Most women don't know how to use product. [They] just gob it on or slap it on top of their heads."
There are 13 hair treatments in the Supreme Head line, ranging from $9.50 to $13. Styling creams and gels, and shampoos and conditioners. The other really hot item that's been selling out in Manhattan Walgreens all year, is the Sally hershberger Shagg Spray. This hair product rocks, because it can be used for all hair types. Shagg Spray is used on dry hair to create the piece-y, windswept layers.