Your hair is your crowning glory. How it looks can create an impression about your character and personality. When your hair is well-kempt, people will view you as someone professional or approachable. If you’re looking for new ways to give volume or add style to your hair, consider curling it. Properly curling your hair allows you to have some variety in your appearance, as well as exude elegance and sophistication. Continue reading Curling Hair Tips For Beginners
Since my blog’s name has “Dove” in it, people always wonder if I’m a big fan of the brand. I am, but more for stuff like their latest video than for their products. (Which are also good. That deodorant? Bomb.)
Seriously though, if you have curly hair or if your kid does, watch this now:
Want curls? You don’t need that old fashioned clamp-and-burn iron. You just need your extra time and your
Oh yeah, baby, the KISS. Just like cars, curling has gone from manual to automatic with the revolutionary KISS InstaWave, a tangle-free curler that instantly creates beautiful, long-lasting curls without being awesome at it. Which is great, since as we’ve discussed, I’m not handy with my hair. Continue reading KISS InstaWave Review: Beautiful Curls Made Easy
Propylene glycol, stearalkonium, phenoxyethanol… can you pronounce the names of the ingredients in your hair care products? I know I can’t. I didn’t even know how to pronounce jojoba oil (it’s “ho-ho-bah” oil, by the way). Let’s all learn something new today, eh?
Simmondsia chinenis seed oil, better known as jojoba oil, is one of the most popular natural moisturizers. It’s derived from the jojoba plant found in the deserts of Arizona (represent!), California, and Mexico. Jojoba seed extract contains alpha, delta, and gamma tocopherols (forms of Vitamin E), which offer amazing hydration for hair, skin and nails.
It’s officially time for ladies with naturally curly hair to stop complaining. Not only are your effortless ringlets the envy of those of us with more linear locks, but now it appears they may be helping you get better jobs!
Good Morning America recently aired a behavioral study that showed employers are more likely to hire a woman with curly hair than a woman with straight hair. When reporter Taryn Winter Brill met with job recruiters with her hair worn naturally curly, they described her as more “intelligent, articulate and displaying a higher level of confidence” than when she mirrored the interview with a straight hairstyle.