5 Beauty Problems Solved
Hola, another warm welcome @Fashion-Philosophy! There had been few questions going on about certain beauty issues. And we have started to take the initiative to attempt to find answers to those tormenting questions. So, let’s start shooting…
Should I use the same brand of shampoo and conditioner?
I’d say: Well, it depends; usually the shampoo and its conditioner are designed for complimentary reasons. So, if you’re using a damage repair shampoo and wish to go for a conditioner that will leave a shining effect, look for pearl dust or silicon to be in the ingredient section of the formula. It’s better to first do a skin test before trying the other brand as it might not suit your hair and might lead to unexpected hair fall. [As for that 1-100 hair-fall daily is a natural count, beyond 100, you’re in trouble! Still healthy hair has a hair-fall usually less than 50 per day.] But I’d suggest that you pick your shampoo and conditioner appropriate for your hair type. If your hair is dry, go for a shampoo that is oil based and will not rob off the natural health and won’t make your hair be more dried up each time you shampoo. If your hair is oily in nature, then use a shampoo that doesn’t have oil in it and try to look for one will leave shining effect to your hair. But thumb rule try to avoid shampoo with wax as one of its ingredients.
Is wearing makeup at the beach wrong?
I’d say: First of all wearing make-up with bright sheds can be a bit loud as well no-so-practical thing to do. If you’re going to the beach chances that you’ll end up being wet and most of your make up will wash away leaving a wet cat look all over. So, first use waterproof make-up which is close to your skin tone. You can add a natural color lip gloss which you can re apply at your own leisure. And do use a waterproof sun-block to avoid tan lines all over your body.
Salon Shampoo vs. Supermarket Shampoo: Is There Really a Difference?
I’d say: It’s a tough call. Salon Shampoo is exclusive and expensive on one side while the Supermarket options are really cheap as well as you don’t have to take a trip to the salon every time you finish a bottle. Leanne, stylist for 29 years suggests, that the cosmetologist have always suggested against the Supermarket brands. Even though there are more than 200 brands off the shelf available on the market, they are categorized into basically two types, namely Waxes and Detergents. The main part is the waxes, Pantene at the top of the list is closely followed by Suave, Herbal Essence and the like all promising brilliant shine, etc. Look at the ingredients, see proplyparaben and methylparaben? Paraben sounds more like paraffin because that’s what it is, simply WAX. Now a lot of your professional shampoos will also have some of this in it to give it some body/thickness, just watch how high on the list it is, the higher the more of it. The cheaper/lesser known of the store shampoos are the detergents..think “Tide”. Back in the old days we all used Prell and/or Breck or Soda to wash our hair.
I’d say from my experience, I use L’Oreal hair masque, shampoo and conditioner and I have more dense hair growth and my hair is growing faster than any other brands I have ever used. I had my last haircut around December and my stylist at Eye Catchers, Danish, used one professional shampoo by L’Oreal and please let me explain, the softness and the shine was unparalleled, and I didn’t get such from the off-the-shelf L’Oreal products. As I’m more particular in nature, it felt touchably softer and naturally shiny-hair and the aromatic effect of the product was really mesmerizing. My spouse asked me for my regular shampoo and conditioner for its aromatic effect, but I’d say the professional version are always better and can give you visible effect than the off-the-shelf ones. Get the drift?
My armpit skin is darker than the rest of my skin. Is there a way to lighten it?
Specialists say: Shaving can be one of the reasons for darker armpits. Changing the razor every third shave is a thumb rule. If you prefer waxing, still that can cause moles on your skin. Usually the skin around armpit are softer and rough fabric causes friction that leads to inflammation and darkens the skin. One other possible reason for darker underarms is lack of water into the body. The less amount of water you intake the sweat becomes more dense in toxicities. So, more water you drink, more diluted the toxins will get, causing much less cell damage due to just perspiration. Brighten up with a lotion that contain hydroquinone. Ambi Fade Cream is a well-known choice. One more pointer before we roll off to another question, is that if your armpits are damp from the unavoidable sweat, bacteria causes you to have odor around the place. So use one anti-bacterial or medicated soap to clean yourself during the summer and apply the antiperspirants over night and let your skin absorb it, and after shower re-apply so that you will not sweat even after using antiperspirants agent like before.
Is it ok to have a few split ends?
I’d say: You should trim once every month to trim them off before it can split your hair even deeper can possibly damage your hair. Usually split ends are caused by leaving your long hair fall off your back not knotting it up before you sleep, this causes your hair to rub of and get tangles and small knots along the length.
Let’s say that’s all for now, and still if you have few more questions, we’ll surely look for solution. Ask the questions that you have around the comment section below or ask me directly @Twitter or @Facebook. I’ll surely be giving you proper help to my highest limits. Chiao for now…
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