Because dyes, highlights and touch-ups cost enough already, we need good tips to help us keep our hair color last longer! There are so many tips out there that I consolidated the most popular ones as well as ones that scientifically and logical make sense.
Bragging about about how many workouts their most recent blowout has lasted through has become disturbingly popular nowadays. We’ve also succumb to the days of dry shampoo as our go-to.
Although it’s true that over-washing your hair can be harsh on the strands and strip them of their natural moisture, it’s also true that depending on your hair texture there can be such a thing as going too long between washes.
Without regular shampooing hair can become lackluster, smelly, age quicker and well get worse.
So, today we’re covering 6 Reasons Why You Actually Should Wash Your Hair.
Last week we learned that daytime skincare is all about protection and preservation from the day like dirt and all the pollutant and fumes that blow into your face. But, nighttime is when you’re removing all the dirt and grime from the day and addresses skin issues before the regenerative process of sleep begins.
A solid morning skincare routine is just as crucial as a good nighttime routine. Daytime skincare is all about protection and preservation from the day like dirt and all the pollutant and fumes that blow into your face.
Some of us think we can save money now and wait until we start showing signs of aging before beginning a good skincare routine. However, this isn’t true.
You should really be starting your skincare routine in your early twenties while you have your youthful complexion to maintain it. By doing so, you’ll save more money in the long run.
Now, we all know this could be a 12 step program. There’s so many products out there on the market. But, ain’t nobody got time for that!
I’ve broken down the essentials and created a 5 minute morning skincare routine for you!
Doctors are saying you can wipe 10 years off your face by adding a good qualify Vitamin C Serum to your daily skincare routine. But, we take this one step further where Dr. Oz claims you can take 20-30 years off your face starting in as little as 14 days.