Going through and packing things up for The Move has produced some really good treasures. In particular, I found some hair products that I hadn’t tried yet – good timing too because I’m low on treatments! So I decided to go through some things instead of buying something else, so a few days ago I lucky-dipped into my leave-in treatments I still had to use and picked the Phyto Huile Soyuse Lightweight Hydrating oil for fine and dry hair.
Welcome to a post that is the antithesis of Facebook misinformation! I didn’t realise how much time has flown since our last misconceptions post, which means by the next time I do one of these I’ll probably be begging people to stop using highlighters as eyeliner or some shit…
or refrain from using lipbalm on your butthole or something…
Hey guys, welcome back! How are you? That’s good! I’m back with a beauty-based post to start our April off and -spoiler alert- this won’t be about getting Botox or rubbing jellyfish on your face. It’s going to be easier and realistic ways that you might not have thought about if you’re looking to appear younger.
I do want to preface this with why we’re doing this kind of post. Last month I was scrolling through Twitter and a certain thread reminded me of a customer I had years ago for a certain brand at a certain department store. This customer and the Twitter user felt their thin brows aged them and were wondering how you start growing thicker brows out after 10+ years of extreme plucking.
I decided that if this is something that’s been actively searched for on a daily basis but there are small things anyone can do to help them take some years off (or, more importantly, feel better about themselves), and I have some tips, I should share them. You might find you’ve tried all of them or find them redundant, but I hope something helps someone out there.
I’m gonna say this straight out of the gate.. the title is a lie; I use this shampoo exclusively. All year long. My greasy head needs it, but now it’s summer here and my hair doesn’t like being washed every day, so I really needed a shampoo that didn’t exacerbate the issue and cut through the sweat, grease, oil, grime, death- pretty much anything and everything.
I got the greaseball jackpot in life. My dad’s hair is the black sheep to his Scottish roots (haha, pun!) while the Mediterranean background from my mum’s side means my sister and I had no chance at normal sebum production.