<span style="font-size: medium;">One of the frequently asked questions I get from blondes is always how can I keep my hair looking bright and non-brassy. So many people struggle when it comes to maintaining that freshly colored or highlighted just-out-of-the-salon look, and end up with their hair looking dull and brassy after just a few weeks. The reason for this is from the toner that was used after your highlighting or coloring has started to fade, or it could be from mineral deposits from your water which can leave hair looking faded.
My number one most important must-have product for any blonde to help bust brass and keep hair looking bright would absolutely be to invest in a good purple shampoo. read on..
<span style="font-size: medium;">Anyone else notice that honey seems to be EVERYWHERE this season? It's in face masks, it's in shampoo, hand lotion, soap.. the list goes on and on.
Honey is not only a great smelling natural humectant (read: helps skin and hair retain moisture) but it's also known for its amazing antiviral and antibacterial properties--so it's not hard to see why this nectar of the gods is so popular.
If you're looking for to incorporate honey's health benefits into your regime, or simply looking for a sugary sweet fix, these products will leave you feeling like the bees knees.<span style="font-size: medium;"> read on..
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<span style="font-size: medium;">Years ago I was at a friends house getting ready to go on a double date. As we were putting on our makeup--both vying for the limited mirror space my first apartment presented us with--when she pulled out what looked like a thick black lipstick that had been sharpened to a point. Of course, being the beauty junkie that I am I was fascinated and had to know what it was. read on..
Sorry Marcia Brady-- you don't need to brush your hair 100 strokes every night to keep it looking perfect, shiny and healthy. Turns out overzealous brushing can actually be damaging.
And before you consider another cold water rinse or a mayonnaise mask that leaves your hair smelling like egg salad, you might want to check out some of these popular hair routines because it’s time to put the kibosh on these common myths. Read on..
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<span style="font-size: medium;">Where are my coco-nutty girls at? Coconut is high on my list of most favorite scents ever, along with vanilla. And lemongrass. Oh, and tea tree oil. Yes, I am aware this probably makes me seem like an ADD kid on a field trip to the scent factory but, anyway, lets be real.. if smelling like a freshly cracked coconut or an island piña colada is wrong, then I don't want to be right!
And don't be ashamed for wanting to smell like sunscreen all year long either, I've definitely been known to slather myself with Coppertone and coconut oil for a scent pick-me-up mid-winter when it's been raining for two weeks and all I want to do is fly somewhere warm and feel the sun on my cheeks.
So grab your sunscreen and get ready for your coconut fix with my list of favorite coconut scented products that will make you feel like you're on a tropical island oasis. Or a Malibu rum factory.. whatever cracks your coconut. Read on..
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