Lie back, demands the hair professional. This is a clarifying shampoo, she explains. It helps your hair focus on a time when it was pure, before you stripped, and parched and broke it. It’s called Bain d’Existence.
Choose a conditioner made from keratin, or protein, same thing. Did you pass chemistry?
Your hair is fine, weak; it's desperate for discipline. You should color it. Color opens the cuticle and fills it with light, magnifying each strand. Like a perspective drawing with tiny objects in the distance and your hair — huge — in the foreground.
Think layers. Layers stack up into a voluptuous mound — if you have a round haircut. Not if you have a square cut. You have a trapezoid; that's wrong. See how that flattens everything out?
Stop sweating; it discourages your hair. It's struggling with depression. Use the round brush to pull the strands straight. Hold the blow-dryer perpendicular. The right angle gives your hair strength, resilience and a sense of entitlement.
Curl with a flat iron. Spritz with dry oil. Now spray. But don't actually spray the spray. That can burn a hole in the ozone shield around your head and deflate the look. Pat it on, and you're good to go. Your hair looks super smart.