sephora snag-free hair elastics
no matter what the haters might say about wearing a ponytail as a holiday hairstyle, if your entertaining means that you're also cooking all day before the first guest arrives, pull your hair back with sephora snag-free elastic bands. your hair will stay in place and out of your face.
You know Goody, purveyor of haircare products for generations - your mom's bobby pins, for example. They've been modernizing their image and now have the Styling+Therapy line of brushes. I saw these in the drugstore and had to try... You know Goody, purveyor of haircare products for generations - your mom's bobby pins, for example. They've been modernizing their image and now have the Styling+Therapy line of brushes. I saw these in the drugstore and had to try them out - I mean the claims...materials...Swiss flag in the logo, lowercase type....you know me. There are 3 versions: reduce+dandruff - I bought this one. The bristles are infused with (and look like) copper. Copper is a bacterial/fungus inhibitor, which they claim kills some of the dandruff producing nasties. I honestly don't know the truth, but the brush is solid, looks cool, and works well. I've noticed a slight reduction in my dandruff days, so I guess it does work! add+shine - Coolest looking one, with a rubbery blue handle and soft, resin bristles. The brush-bed contains jojoba oil, so every time you brush, you coat your hair with this natural moisturizer and shine producing additive. protect+color - This one has real boar bristles in addition to the nylon ones. It contains Questamide, something I never heard of but that is apparently a lipid - smoothing and closing cuticles to lock in color and treat dry, damaged hair. Each brush has special instructions on the package, like how to clean, how to use, and when to replace (about 12 months, a small con).Don't use any of these with a hairdryer, especially the copper one - you'll burn yourself. Cool technology, good looks, and not too expensive. Try them out!