1. Learn how to do my eyebrows.
2. Consistent skin care routine.
3. Learn how new eye make-up applications
4. Go out with at least powder and lipstick.
1. Have it trimmed every three months.
2. Invest on treatments
1. No shopping until you drop two sizes.
3. Wear clothes you haven’t had a chance to wear.
1. No shoe shopping.
2. Except for a black basic flats and another pair of TOMS
1. Organize accessories
1. Arrange items neatly in dresser.
I really want to have my hair ombre-fied. If only my hair ends are not as brittle and dry. I know I should have my locks chopped or do something more expensive like have it treated. I am just still thinking what kind of cut will complement my round, double-chin face.
I probably should keep it long. I can always pull it back to a ponytail.
Kitsch hair ties are all the rage right now. They’re supposed to be really gentle on hair (no breakage or pulling) and look super pretty whether worn on a ponytail or your wrist.
Prices vary a lot. But I saw a Goody tie pack that is cheap! I would definitely need to make sure to get one. I need a hair tie that looks fashionable to keep my hair out of my face.
Source: thebeautygirl.com via Aggie on Pinterest
I really am digging the ombre hairstyle these days. How I wish I can pull something like off. I have curls right now and if my hair was not that damaged from the digi perm, I know my curls would look great with this ombre color. I am actually pinning a lot of ombre hairstyles over at Pinterest right now, even Lecteurs MP3. It is not as edgy (and funky) as dip-dyed hairstyles for sure.
It all started with a post from a common friend over Instagram about her hair problems. We were both on the same page, experiencing drastic hair fall and thinning hair on top of our heads. She went to a dermatologist and she was given Mioxidil solution to try for two months.
Friends also posted about what worked for them – Healthy Option’s Jason Thin to Thick hair care line and Biotin supplements. Since two of my friends have tried Biotin and it works for them, I decided to try it and bought one last week. A bottle is supposed to last three months so I hope it will take its effect by then. I have been reading its reviews like how I studied and obsessed about htc reviews when the new HTC phone came out then, and I hope I won’t be as disappointed with it like with the HTC phone.
If you are going bald or is experiencing an extreme case of hair loss or just want to change your hairstyle without having to completely change your hair, it is highly suggested that you use lace front wigs.
A benefit of using a lace front wig is that it gives you a natural look. Majority of the lace wigs that are being sold in a beauty supply outlet these days are composed of real hair. Due to this reason, they are very natural-looking. If you want to experiment with these products, you can also dye them to whatever color you choose. Since they are usually made out of French or Swiss laces, they are also very sturdy and long-lasting.
Another benefit is that they are very durable. With proper maintenance and care, you can be sure that they can stay in good condition for one year. Having a lace front wig is also very economical because by owning one, you no longer need to go to your stylist on a monthly basis just to cover up your bald head.
A great advantage of using them over other types of wigs is you can style them! You can braid them and turn them into pony tails. Although you cannot comb lace fronts, you can still change your look by trimming the laces. Since these wigs are composed of hair strands that are very fine, you can transform them anyway you desire. It is like getting real hair extensions!
1. Pantene Fine Hair Heat Protection & Shine Spray
Where to Get it: $3.99 online and in local drugstores.
2. Garnier Fructis Style-Brilliantine Shine Glossing Spray
Where to Get it: $3.34 at Target and other local drugstores.
3. Scünci Thick No Damage Elastic Hair Bands
Where to Get It: $2.35 online or at any local drugstore.
4. Herbal Essences Long Term Relationship Leave-in Split End Treatment
Where to Get it: $3.99 at local drugstores.
5. Batiste Dry Shampoo
Where to Get it: $4.07 online and at local drugstores.