Beauty is about perception, not about make-up. I think the beginning of all beauty is knowing and liking oneself. You can't put on make-up, or dress yourself, or do you hair with any sort of fun or joy if you're doing it from a position of correction...
Not sure about you all, but I have extremely dry and frizzy hair, and to date I have tried just about everything available on the market. At least to my knowledge. Each time I go to my hairdresser there is always something new on the market. Trust me I have bought it. Still waiting to see this miracle "cure" for the dryness and frizzes.
Well the gel is great. Actually works although sometimes it does get a bit flaky and appears sometimes to look like dandruff. It's a climate and humidity control gel. Fancy name I guess to charge about $100 for 33.5 ounces of gel. So far I am a believer in it. Have been using it for some years now and in this product I see the results promised. What can I say, you put up with some thing's in order to get another thing. Cycle of life. I have also been encouraged to try other stuff for my hair. Not all was to my liking so I was "guided" to different products and so it always is. Something "better" come along.
I have wizened up, and it's been a while now since I have been talked into anything. Now I do my own Internet search and have bought a few items online. None of that Moroccan Oil stuff works for me. Thinking about trying this Wen haircare products. Wen Products
Truth is when all fails it's back to basics. That's where I should have started in the first place. Good old fashioned homemade hair treatments. That's my next move. Here are some good tips I read about.
Everything you supposedly need is right at your fingertips. Eggs, yogurt and honey are, at first glance, all components of a tasty breakfast—but they also happen to be hair treatment ingredients, and affordable, all-natural ones at that. And they're not the only ones. For instance, did you know the oils in avocados more closely resemble our own skin's oils than any product in the beauty aisle does? Well I have a huge avocado sitting right in front of me and half of it will be going to the nourishment of my hair.
Raw egg is really a great moisturizer for all hair types. It's rich in fats and proteins. For normal hair, use the entire egg to condition hair; use egg whites only to treat oily hair; use egg yolks only to moisturize dry, brittle hair. Use 1/2 cup of whichever egg mixture is appropriate for you and apply to clean, damp hair. If there isn’t enough egg to coat scalp and hair, use more as needed. Leave on for 20 minutes, rinse with cool water (to prevent egg from “cooking”) and shampoo hair. Whole egg and yolks-only treatments can be applied once a month; whites-only treatment can be applied every two weeks. Well something to think about here. if you don't mind the smell. At this stage I am will to try everything to get raid of my dry brittle hair.
Hair brings one's self-image into focus; it is vanity's proving ground. Hair is terribly personal, a tangle of mysterious prejudices...