This week is Earth Week with the countdown to Earth Day on April 20th! There is a lot of debate about beauty labels: what ingredients certain products use, whether the ingredients are natural, and what the terms on product labels actually mean.
It’s a new year and with it many of us make resolutions to look better and do better. However, we all know that drastic ambitions and promises tend to fail fairly quickly. So this year, we’re suggesting we all take little steps to improve and make our great hair resolutions actually doable. It’s far more productive to make small adjustments everyday rather than drastic quick fixes. You’ll be more likely to stick to your new plan and you’ll end up with the hair of your dreams. Ready to get started? Click through to style notes to get the know-how. Here’s to a year of great hair.
There is a lot of misinformation about ingredients in beauty products, which ones are dangerous or damaging and which ones are healthy or helpful. Alcohol in particular receives a bad wrap as a supposedly drying and damaging ingredient. But the truth is alcohol is essential to the effectiveness of many hair products and in some cases can actually add moisture to your strands. Sound crazy? Click the style notes to learn more. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →
Save the yogurt for your parfait and the honey for your tea, because there are plenty of ways to get shiny hair that don’t involved raiding your kitchen, rubbing your head with mayonnaise, or completely changing your nutritional plan. From conditioners to oils to sprays there are plenty of great products formulated to give your hair instantaneous shine and shimmer, and with the glitz of New Year’s Eve fast approaching, you’re going to want one of these ASAP. Click through to the notes to learn what you need. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →