Archive: Hair

CHEAP FIND! Loving Vanilla Flame Natural Nourishing Shampoo & Conditioner

I really, REALLY love when I find a good shampoo and conditioner product that works amazingly, and is AFFORDABLE! I think society tries to convince us that you need to spend a lot of money to get “good” products, and that’s just not always the case! In this case, GUD has released a line of amazing products, and they’re under $10 each! I found them in stores for only $7 a piece!

Did you know that Burt’s Bees makes GUD? Does that make you feel better?

I love this stuff! It works well, and I know it’s not loaded up with junk! My hair feels amazing, and certainly feels like I just spent more than $14 combined!

Vanilla Flame Natural Nourishing Shampoo:

We’ve all been there. So wash your hair with natural ingredients. And the scent of vanilla and rice milk will leave it smelling sweet no matter what shenanigans you get yourself into.

• Luscious foaminess.
• Delightfully nourishing for hair.
• No parabens, phthalates or petrochemicals.
• Never ever tested on animals. No way!

Vanilla Flame Natural Softening Conditioner:

Open the cap and be moisturized by some of nature’s best hydrators that’ll leave your hair feeling soft and looking hot. And smelling like vanilla and rice milk. Hey, girl, hey!

• Soft seductive scent.
• Makes hair super soft and touchable.
• No parabens, phthalates or petrochemicals.
• Never ever tested on animals. No way!

Is grey the new blonde? Rihanna seems to think so!

Rihanna’s gone grey – and she did it intentionally! It’s grey – and it’s ugly. I’m sorry, but why would someone WANT grey hair? I am pretty grey, shockingly for only 36 I like to think. I don’t know why I have as many greys as I do – but I have a lot! I blame stress – I need a vacation. Want to send me somewhere? Anyway, back to Rihanna.

She dyed her hair this nasty shade, and said “New color ice grey ish, call it #Brrr.”

With the photo after the jump, she wrote “Grey is the new black! Blondies, it’s quiet for y’all! #brrr”

Two more photos of Rihanna’s new look after the jump! More »

Introducing DHC Revitalizing Hair Care Shampoo & Conditioner – available soon!

I’ve been using this NEW Q10 Revitalizing Hair Care Shampoo and Treatment for a couple of weeks now, and I’m loving the results! My hair feels and looks thicker, more voluminous! Love it! It smells amazing, rose-like? Just a very girly, beautiful scent…

Volume Up: Hair bounces back with DHC USA’s premier age-defying hair care system!

We all want enviably thicker-looking hair. DHC USA Incorporated, a distinguished provider of high-quality skincare, hair, body and makeup products, takes this daydream to reality with new Q10 Revitalizing Hair Care Shampoo and Q10 Revitalizing Hair Care Treatment . This fortifying hair care duo works synergistically to promote more volume while fighting damage from styling products and dryness. The deeply moisturizing formulas of the shampoo and conditioner each help minimize the appearance of previous damage by smoothing and strengthening from root to tip. The unique ingredient combination goes to work with each use: Coenzyme Q10 revitalizes, ceramide encourages moisture retention and luxurious black pearl proteins nourish, for hair that looks thicker, healthier—with more control, bounce and softness.

“Our customers are already very familiar with the age-defying benefits of super-antioxidant coenzyme Q10 for skincare,” says Miles Perdiguerra, Director of Marketing at DHC USA, headquartered in San Francisco, California. “But they may not realize its same free radical–fighting properties promote improved scalp health, which leads to more gorgeous, manageable hair.”

Availability

These products are available separately beginning September 1, 2013 via catalog or DHCcare.com.

Q10 Revitalizing Hair Care Shampoo (18.5 fl. oz.) and Q10 Revitalizing Hair Care Treatment (18.5 fl. oz.) are priced at $26 each.


Miley Cyrus didn’t mean for her hair to change her life, it just did.

Miley Cyrus LOVES her haircut, and what it did for her as a person. She feels like her haircut changed her life. I don’t know if it was the hair that changed her life – or if she changed around the same time she cut her hair, but who knows. She certainly is not the same person she used to be with her longer, brown hair. She’s gone all sorts of crazy on us. Walking around without pants, a bra, you name it!

Miley sat down with the Toronto Sun and talked about her hair, her new music video for “We Can’t Stop,” being named #1 on the Maxim Hot 100 list and more!

Don’t take her so seriously: “People don’t realize actually how pun-ny it is when I’m doing things. They’re like, ‘It really feels like you can’t stop.’ ‘It is!’ … What is making my (new) record consistent is the fact that (the songs are) all different and that’s where I am. I’m at a point where it’s like I know who I am, but I’m know that I’m not finished figuring that out and I won’t finished be until I’m in the dirt.”

Her “We Can’t Stop” video: “People are watching like, ‘Cute cat plays with yarn,’ for three hours a lot more than they’re watching anyone else’s music video. And it’s because it makes them happy, it makes them laugh, whatever. So I wanted my video to make people laugh ‘cause I’m the first one to make jokes at myself. My godmother is Dolly Parton who is constantly making fun of herself. She’s like, ‘It takes a lot of money to look this cheap, honey.’ … I wanted the video to be that kind of confident.”

Her hair: “No one would have planned a haircut to change my life. I didn’t plan a haircut to change my life. I just cut my hair and then it really changed my life. There’s something about having no hair that it screams being confident. And I think especially because people like to put people in a box, I mean the names I’ve been called since I cut my hair.”

She was called a lesbian: “Everyone said I was a lesbian but I’m like, ‘Being a lesbian isn’t a bad thing. So if you think I look a lesbian, I’m not offended. You can call me much worse.’ I’ve been called much worse. Being a lesbian is a compliment more than what else they call me.”

#1 on Maxim’s list: “People think short hair, they think tom boy … and I’ve obviously done the opposite ’cause when I cut my hair, I did my first Maxim cover where I got No. 1 (in their annual hot list). And it wasn’t about me being the sexiest. It was about the fans voting. But it’s something I loved. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a Maxim cover with a girl with short hair.”

I don’t know if her hair deserves all the credit for her transformation. She just grew up – right? She’s becoming a woman and figuring out who she is – and for that – I commend her. I may not understand her 90% of the time, but she’s just finding herself. Who cares what she does to her hair – or what she wears. She can’t be a role model for young girls her whole life – can you imagine the pressure?