I am sure that every woman wants smooth and perfect skin. And no cellulite of course.
For that one should eat healthy food, drink a lot. Exercise and go for a walks when it’s possible. One can also use different creams and serums etc. But probably you won’t get any good results without massage. You can go to a massage centre or spa and pay a lot of money for the course of massage. I tried one programm and it was really great but it was also expensive. Plus the result will not last the whole life!
You should also make massage yourself. I know that a lot of ladies use honey to massage their hips and butt. But here is what I do. I buy products
I already made posts ” How to Chose Best Sun Glasses” and “Summer Must Haves: My Glasses by Roksolana Bogutska”
Today I want to talk about hair care. Do you know how to take care of your hair in summer? Do you want you hair to look gorgeous? Here are some useful tips that will help you!
- Remember to wear scarf hat or cap to protect your hair against the damaging effects of the sun.
- If you are planning to stay long in the sun, use a protective sunscreen on your hair before stepping out.
- Try using Sun Hair repair mask, after your hair is exposed to the harmful effects of the sun for a long duration.
- Avoid using additional heat on your hair, meaning make the least use of Hair Dryers or Hair Curlers on your hair. If at all using it, remember to condition your hair before you do so.
- Avoid taking hot showers or washing your hair in hot water, use warm or cool water instead, the heat can dry out and/or damage your hair and skin.
- Avoid hair products with formaldehyde or alcohol in it which dry out hair, try to use natural products that are gentler on your hair.
- Try using moisturizing shampoo during summer, rather than the normal shampoo that you use during other times, as they are much gentle on your hair.
- Try washing your hair less often; shampooing your hair strips the moisture out of your hair.
- Deep condition your hair after each shampoo wash.
- Products with replenishing actions works better in summer.
Wearing a mask is our new reality. So you may as well like the one you choose to get. While it would be incredible not to need one at all (not to have the virus, I mean), more and more brands are releasing masks.
And, not gonna lie, I
not so secretly love looking at what other people are wearing. I have seen it all already, it seems, from favourite football clubs to the flags of the countries, you name it.
You can honesty find pretty much everything you can think of, depending on your taste and budget.
Here are three options which I chose, they all are high end, and have a £30+ price tag.
Holistic Silk Pure Mulberry Silk Anti Pollution Mask, £36 here
Holistic Silk is the brand I really love, and all their products (which I have tried) are high quality. Besides, they had face masks before the pandemic. I love that fact that they have both simple and colourful designs. While £36 is not cheap, silk is a real game changer when it
Chris McMillan, the star’s longtime friend and stylist, spills
What was Jennifer’s hair like when she first came to your salon?
I’ve been doing Jennifer’s hair forever. When I first met her, she had long, one-length hair with bangs, and she was like, “Don’t cut my hair—I want my hair long.” But I’m a hairdresser, so I obviously cut her hair and told her she needed to grow her bangs out. I cut a couple inches off and layered it from her bangs down to the ends. Then I taught her how to pin the bangs over with a bobby pin and make them flat—remember how everyone was doing that on the first year of Friends? Six weeks later, she came back to the salon for another haircut—her bangs were longer, and we just cut a little bit more off her length. The next thing you know, her bangs were down to her chin, and the rest of her hair was at her shoulders in these long, loose layers that sort of flipped out—and that’s what we called the Rachel.
What was the Friends hairstyle inspired by?
I’m always inspired by other hairdressers, models, fashion, and magazines like ELLE. For the Rachel, I was inspired by a model named Beri Smither—Ward Stegerhoek did her hair at the time. She was wearing this really great shag haircut—it wasn’t the Rachel, but it inspired me. These days, though, Jen likes her hair on the longer side with her layers grown out.
What’s Jennifer’s natural hair texture?
She has naturally wavy, medium-texture hair, and she has what you would call good hair—it goes curly really easily if you scrunch it, and if you blow-dry it straight, it stays straight but with body.
What shampoo and conditioner does she use?
She loves having her hair shampooed fresh and clean. She shampoos and conditions pretty much every day—if she’s going for the day-old-hair look, she prefers to create it using products. The shampoo and conditioner she’s using right now are my shampoo and conditioner. I used her and Courteney Cox as my guinea pigs. Jennifer uses the products every day. She also loves deep conditioners—I’ll do professional treatments at my salon using Shu Uemura products.
What hair products did she use before she came to you?
Oh, God, we used to laugh—she loved Aussie 3 Minute Miracle back in the day. We would use that stuff. We loved the smell of it. They also have that Aussie Sprunch Hairspray—we’d use that, too.
How does Jennifer keep her hair looking great between salon visits?
This month is a month is a Brest Canser Awareness and a lot of brands are involved in this! I will tell you about several brands that are taking part in this! Each of us can help!
Pink Ribbon Palette
Show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month with special, limited-edition Pink Ribbon Palette for Cheeks and Eyes.This all-in-one makeup palette includes four must-have eye colors and two cheek colors to highlight, define and contour for customized looks. Packaged in a Limited-Edition pink compact. 20,000 will be donated out of the proceeds from the North American sales of this collectible to Breast Cancer Research Foundation created by Evelyn Lauder.It is priced at $49 and valued at $100.
Great Skin, Great Cause
Limited-edition Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion comes with a pink bracelet and two charms: a Clinique “C” and Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Ribbon. $10 per Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion sold during October will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Great Lips, Great Cause