I never really thought about the aging affects on my hair. I knew women with color treated hair had to give more maintenance to their locks but since I've never colored my hair I thought I had nothing to worry about. However, I was wrong. I've read several places that say that a woman's hair will grow finer and thinner once she turns 30 (why is it always 30?!). Also, women today are tormenting their hair more than ever before: keratin treatments, hot styling tools, hair dyes, and the list goes on. Most of the so-called "anti-aging" products on the market are to help repair those damages.
Forget laundry or doing the dishes, my least favorite chore is drying my hair. My arms get tired and no matter what kind of products I use, I just don’t have the patience (or skill) that results in a salon-like blowout. So if there’s anything I can do to cut my blow drying time in half, I am without a doubt on board. Here’s a few tricks to help you blow dry your hair in half the time.
There's a reason that buying a new eye shadow or getting a facial makes you feel so good. "Having beauty rituals and taking care of your appearance makes you feel more confident," says Lidia Tivichi, a clinical esthetician and founder of Maris Dusan Spa in New York City. "However, there are some common mistakes many women make that cause treatments to be less effective or that actually do more damage than good." Read on to discover what the pros say are the top beauty blunders. Their advice is guaranteed to help you look and feel gorgeous!
When you wear makeup, the most important product you’re applying to your face is foundation. If it’s not applied correctly, it can ruin your entire look. Unfortunately, there are several common mistakes most of us make when it comes to foundation. The good thing is, we’ve got the lowdown on how to nix them, so you’re always putting a natural, but flawless face forward.