Ok so I bought a straightener from folia.com and I liked it when my friend used it and it has very good reviews..it’s a global beauty…my sister has a paul mitchell which is what my stylist uses and was going to get for me..however I see the GHD has awesome reviews..but I’m concerned because I see that some with thicker hair say it doesn’t work as well for them and not to waste the money..my hair is naturally wavy and thick..does it work well on this type of hair?
I like the features..the swivel cord..the auto sleep mode..the fast heat up..as far as cons I see it doesn’t have an adjustable temp setting but it is supposed to “know” what setting to use for diff hair types..is it worth it? I paid like 100 plus for my flat iron at the time of purchase and it’s good…but I notice I can’t ever get my hair to look as good as when my stylist does it….I know I can get at least a day after she does it out of it without re straigthening..when I do it..I can’t..GHD is pricey but if it works it’s worth it..any feedback?
Anonymous asked: My hair sucks lol. Do you know of any product that is healthy for your hair,that helps it thicken up? my hair is so fine and thin it sucks.
A friend of mine has been using castor oil for her hair. And she says her hair feels thicker. She has been using it for two months.
Or you could try Nixon for thin to normal hair. You buy it at any salon. Its expensive, but it works.. promise! (I used to work in a hair salon)
Anonymous asked: My daughter is going to be 14 in Febuary and she wants so badly to wear makeup. We have started this year letting her wear mascara and lip gloss but for Christmas I was going to but her a makeup set. I was wondering what if anyone has ideas for a young girls 1st make up set. I don't want anything that will make her look like a clown
before she invests in a great make up set, you should get her invested in a great skin care regimen…taking great care of her skin before investing in a make up kit is so essential…what i suggest is the mary kay skin care system called velocity…specially formulated for teenage skin care, velocity consists of a great cleanser…Having great skin is easy with one product that works like three. It deep cleans your face, tones to refresh and exfoliates. Plus, it contains a lighter version of the Velocity® fragrance. it also consist of a moisturizer…this lightweight moisturizer softens and has oil-absorbing ingredients, so it’s suitable for blemish-prone skin. Contains a lighter version of the Velocity® fragrance.
as far as the makeup, mary kay has a wonderful new compact that is only $18.00 and you have hundreds of choices to choose from to fill the compact…from our great new mineral foundation to our great new mineral cheek, lip, and eye color…all suitable for a young lady to choose from!!!!
I would just say be careful what she puts on her face, including her mascara! Stick with natural products and ingredients. Starting off with a great skincare regimen, especially at her age, sets the stage for great skin later on. :-) I’ve done a lot of makeup for junior high school girls not to mention my own daughters, keep it simple and clean. A light colored shadow and glosses are usually a good start. I know the younger girls love shimmers and body shimmers are quite popular here in Southern Cal as well.
I always say Less is More…. I’ve seen plenty of girls who do quite the opposite and it’s not unusual to see a 14 year old girl who looks like she’s 25!!!! :-)