In case you havenâ€™t noticed, supplements are having a major moment right nowâ€”and weâ€™re not just talking about multivitamins that ensure youâ€™re getting all the basic nutrients your body needs to function properly. The demand for hyper-specific supplements that come along with promises to help you achieve your beauty and wellness goals has yielded a seemingly endless array of options, and gummy-based formulas are taking center stage. Itâ€™s actually no surprise considering the candy-averse world weâ€™re living in, and these chewy supplements work double-duty as an indulgence for your sweet tooth in addition to being a potential way to improve your skin, ha
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If youâ€™ve ever colored, highlighted, straightened, heat-styled or had a day of (unprotected) fun in the sun, odds are your hair is at least a little bit damaged. Throw in towels and pillowcases made of unfriendly fabrics, and you have all the ingredients for dry, brittle, breakage-prone strands.
Fret not, because according to Teresa Probst, Color Director at New York Cityâ€™s Varin Salon, a major haircut isnâ€™t the only way to eliminate hair damage. â€œPrevention goes a long way for preserving the health of your hair, even if you subject it to chemical processing or thrice-weekly blowouts,â€ she says. â€œThe keys are to replenish lost moisture and shield you
Your hands and nails take a constant beating from the cumulative effects of sun exposure, cold, heat, wind, hot water, even paperwork and generally using your nails as a tool.Â (You know who you are!). What’s even worse is that they can really show your age if your don’t take steps to keep them soft, supple and well groomed on a daily basis.
Here are our 7 top hand-saving strategies:
Dry Cuticles – Best salvation for dry cuticles is frequent moisturizing with emollients, such as the cult classic L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Creme ($24). Rub it in a few times a day and pop a
Long knockout lashes are all the rage. Â Just walk into any department store or drugstore these days and you will find the words â€œExtremeâ€ â€œLongerâ€ â€œThickerâ€ pasted onto mascara-like tubes of serums that promise denser, longer lashes in just a matter of weeks.
Nora Charles, celebrity esthetician from Touch of Faith Aesthetics in Los Angeles, California, says â€œlong eyelashes make great eyes look even more beautiful.Â When eyelashes are short and thin they take away from the beauty of the eyes and cause them to look dull and unimpressive.Â â€œThey also cause a woman to look older than she is.â€
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