How can you tell if a woman is pregnant? Aside from the obvious distended belly, her hair roots might give her away. That’s because many women steer clear of hair coloring out of fear that the chemicals could cause harm to the developing fetus.
You’re busy. I understand. That’s why you’ve let yourself default into the dreaded “mom ponytail.” But having gorgeous, healthy hair doesn’t have take all morning or break the bank. With the right products targeted perfectly to your hair type, you’ll go from frumpy to fabulous in no time.
There’s nothing worse than unruly, frizzy hair. Except maybe for flyaway, static-y hair. Wait a minute. Brittle, splitting hair? An absolute nightmare. One thing’s for certain: all of these hair woes are caused, in large part, by one single factor. I’m talking about lack of moisture here, honey.
Q. I will be doing a lot of traveling this holiday season. How can I keep my skin and hair looking hydrated, healthy and radiant while on the road?
Dr. Linda Miles D.O.M. responds:
Traveling can take its toll on your skin and hair, but it doesn’t have to. Whether you’re driving, flying or taking a train, these naturally rich beauty must-haves will keep you looking gorgeous from head to toe.
Once upon a time, you had vibrant, shiny, perfectly even-colored hair. One day, as you combed and primped in the mirror, it appeared. White, wiry and unmistakable nestled in with the rest of your tresses: your very first gray hair. For many women, the next chapter in this story takes them to the salon, where they resign to costly coloring sessions to cover the spread of those unsightly strands. But is that the only way? We say nay.
We’ve all been told a thing or two that we think is fact but in reality it is a rumor, a myth, a big fat lie. It happens. Your girlfriend hears it from her sister, who was told by a friend who saw it on TV, and it usually goes a little something like this: “So I just heard, you don’t have to wear sunscreen every day!” Yikes. Bad information can take you down a path you don’t want to go down, from bad food recommendations to an hour wasted watching some show your friend recommended. Sometimes fact and fiction just need to be separated.
Hair has it pretty rough, when it comes to beauty. With all that washing, blow drying and flat ironing, not to mention highlighting and color treatments, it’s no wonder your tired tresses are ready for a trim after six short weeks. If you wait longer, those straggly strands start to rebel. Smooth and shiny becomes frayed and frazzled, making hair harder to style and keep in place. At the bottom of it all—split ends sprout, traveling up the shaft and leading to that look we all dread the most (aaack…not frizz!).
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