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Friends may have aired its last episode more than eight years ago, taking Rachel Green and her storied locks with it, but Jennifer Aniston‘s hair is still making headlines. Okay, maybe just today — the actress has just announced her partnership with Living Proof, a Massachusetts-based line of hair products.
Whether you’re hippie or health-savvy, chances are your bathroom cabinet contains more than a few “organic” items. But exactly what does organic entail? A lawsuit by the Center for Environmental Health reveals that numerous “organic” beauty products actually contain very few organic ingredients, if any at all.
The number of times I’ve burned, fried, singed and/or annihilated my hair is disastrously, embarassingly high. Beauty experts are supposed to know better — but, of course, flatirons, curling irons, and blowdryers (to say nothing of random, calamitous overseas experiences involving wattage converters and electrical outlets) take their toll. Following are products that have saved my hair (and ego) time and again, and which are all beloved by beauty-insiders for their near magical ability to undo almost any level of damage.