I’ve to admit that lately I’ve become afraid of looking old and uncool. I recently cut my hair really short too and am worried that now I look so clearly like a mom – because ‘mom hair‘.
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) and Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate (ALS) get a bad rep all over. So the common gospel these days usually goes: Avoid sulfates! Opt for sulfate-free shampoos and hair care products! They are milder and will not dry out your hair.
But is that really?
Summer equals heat! sun! sweating! – oh, what a time to be outside!
Honestly, I’m not a huge fan of summer. I hate heat, sun and sweating… So to ease some of the more uncomfortable aspects of summer, you’ll find me constantly devising new summer survival tricks.
After successfully accomplishing my mission from last year, which was clear up my skin, I have recently decided on a new beauty goal I want to achieve: glossy, silky smooth hair.
I’d been so successful with my skin by really digging into the science of it that now I am convinced I can easily do the same with my hair and again get the exact results I want.
So for a starter, here a few quick notes on hair and hair care I wanted to jot down really quickly. Warning: This post will be random and riddled with links. It’s basically my ideas and bookmarks deposit on the topic. I’ll think about tying up loose ends later.
Reviews of all Lush products I’ve used, in alphabetical order. This post will be continually updated with new products and any additions to old reviews. Samples included.
Face: I have normal skin with few outbreaks, but a few flaky areas. My ideal skin care routine is centered around mild, non-comedogenic, irritant-free products!
Body: dry to very dry throughout the year, but extremely dry during winter. Without the right care, my hands are extremely dry and sensitive all year ’round, though, and my heels tend to crack.
A great way to make disheveled and careless look intentional and Rock’n’Roll.