Shampoo is a necessity for healthy hair. But selecting the right shampoo for your hair from the hundreds of choices can feel overwhelming. Are all shampoos created equal? Does spending more money mean you’ll have better hair? Where do you start? When selecting a shampoo, it’s important to get to the root of the issue
We love the look and feel of fresh-from-the-salon hair color. But if you’re not careful, your fabulous new look can fade fast. Rich brown turns dull, and blonde suddenly looks brassy. Keep your hair vibrant and extend the life of your new hair color. Use these seven tips to avoid faded color and keep your
Heat styling tools are needed to achieve a perfect blowout and a variety or straight, wavy and curly styles. But using a blow drying, curling iron and/or flat iron too often — or at too high of a heat setting — can fry your hair. Without proper care, too much heat can cause dullness, dryness,
There are so many reasons to love makeup. It enhances and highlights your natural beauty. It covers up imperfections. And it’s so fun — and almost therapeutic — to play around and experiment with the wide variety of makeup available. However, unless you’re a professional makeup artist or spend all your time watching makeup videos
In our last blog post, we talked about the possibly healing effects of mineral-filled hot springs. But we failed to mention where you could soak up the benefits of these tranquil and therapeutic waters. So here’s a list of the dozen best-rated natural hot springs in the U.S. 1. Allegheny Springs at the Omni Homestead
People have flocked to mineral waters for centuries, seeking the purported healing powers of hot springs. The actual medical benefits of hot springs and mineral waters for improving health or curing diseases remain unclear, but they are still sought out by many. Hot springs and mineral baths — sometimes called onsens or spa therapy —
The 4th of July in Houston means many things: friends and family, fireworks, footlongs… and unfortunately for many, frizz. When hair is dry or damaged, your hair’s cuticle (which is the outer layer of each strand) lifts up, allowing moisture from the humid Houston air to pass through and swell up each strand of hair.