Blaine and I have been living in our place for roughly five months now. We absolutely love it and are so fortunate to be able to have such a beautiful space to call our home. Maybe about a month after moving in, I started noticing some issues with my brand-spanking new dishwasher. Quite a few … More Hard water: a hair nightmare
I have a love/hate relationship with my hair. As I’ve stated several times here on my blog before, as much as I enjoy and appreciate having long locks, at times I am significantly tempted to grab my husband’s clippers and shave it off. When I’m feeling the urge to buzz it, it’s usually because I’ve … More Looking for an all-around beneficial hair product? Check this out
I’ve been rocking long hair for quite some time now. I’ve always had long hair, with the exception of one very poor experience at a hair salon when I was about 13 – my hair was roughly halfway down my back, and I went in for a trim. When I left the salon, my hair … More The pros and cons of having long hair
I’ve been sporting long hair for quite a few years now. I actually once went 11 years without getting a haircut in any form, including a trim; this was the result of a botched haircut in which I asked for a trim and left with hair above my shoulders. Allow me to stipulate that my … More Here are some tips for healthy, strong hair
The length of my hair, currently, is arguably the longest it has ever been. I’ve had long hair for a while now, long meaning it stops just above my ass. I had a trim last April and haven’t had one since as I am trying to keep my hair as long as possible for my … More Are Morroccanoil shampoo and conditioner worth the money?
I was scrolling through my social media feeds today and came across a reel via Instagram that a beautician composed. The reel began with a caption she wrote which read something along the lines of, “As a beautician, never use the following shampoo and conditioner brands.” The reel then depicted brief flashes of photos of … More Do you know what’s in your shampoo and conditioner?
Grey hair is something that a lot of us tremendously fear. I believe the phobia of going grey stems from a fear of aging, and perhaps even ageism itself, however it’s a bit ridiculous how fearful so many of us are of seeing our hair turn grey considering just about all of us will experience … More Can grey hair be reversed?
After I wrote my recent post regarding some super savvy beauty hacks, I got to thinking; How many other hack realms can I discuss here with all of you lovely people? That may seem dramatic, but I have no shame in admitting I’m a bit of a theatrical person. My last hack post was somewhat … More How about some hygiene hacks?
As a woman, I can attest to the trials and tribulations that often coincide with the concept of beauty. Actually, beauty isn’t the right term. Perhaps beauty maintenance would be more fitting. When I say beauty maintenance, I’m making reference to all of the joyous things that come with identifying as a woman, for me, … More Check out these super helpful beauty hacks
We’ve all been there. We decide we are due for a haircut, end up getting more taken off than we truly anticipated, and are left feeling a little regretful and pondering how to get our hair to grow back in quickly. I’ve read a lot of different information regarding how to give hair growth a … More Here’s how to get your hair to grow faster
There seems to be an unspoken rule pertaining to hair washing. While I’ve never heard a professional hairstylist outright say that holding out for as long as possible between washes is beneficial for hair, I know a lot of people that firmly believe this. And, really, the mentality makes sense; anything that undergoes excessive or … More Hair washing: good or bad?
Having long hair in a warm climate can be a bit of a challenge. Depending on the sort of work you do, for example, if you’re like me and do a lot of physical work outside, long hair in the summertime can feel a lot like a straight jacket, and sometimes it’s tempting to grab … More Here are some cool hairstyles for long hair in the heat
Dry hair has always been an issue for me. I’m willing to experiment with new products in an attempt to designate one that really works for me and my hair, but it can be frustrating to find a winner. I mentioned in a post a while ago that I was using Aveeno’s Almond Oil Blend … More Dry hair? Try this shampoo and hair mask duo
I first heard about scalp massagers a while ago, and to be honest, I sort of thought they were a gimmick. I failed to see the purpose of a device that claimed to massage your head when our fingers could achieve the same outcome, and so I wrote the idea off for quite some time. … More Have you used a shampoo scalp massager?
Yesterday’s post detailed some pretty inventive beauty hacks, and because I only shared a portion of them with you, I thought I would somewhat continue yesterday’s post into today’s. Again, these hacks come from Cosmopolitan. If you’re like me and you struggle to perfect your wing with eyeliner, use the edge of a spoon to … More Even more beauty hacks that will change your life
I would argue that most of us have our own beauty hacks to some extent. Whether it be in the context of our bathing routine, hair or makeup, many of us have picked up a few tricks and tips over time in hopes of bettering our beauty tendencies. I did a little bit of research … More These beauty hacks will change your life
Dry shampoo is something I haven’t had much luck with. I’ve tried a few different types from various brands in hopes of being able to push washing my hair a little longer, but it seems as though every one I try either doesn’t do much for me, or it somehow makes my hair look worse, … More Move over, dry shampoo: cleansing foam is here
I wrote a post a little while ago discussing a hair serum I purchased in an attempt to tame my unruly flyaways. I’m still using giovanni’s Frizz Be Gone, and I stand by what I said about it being a great product. But, I’m pleased to share that I’ve come across another delightfully effective product … More This is how to get rid of those pesky flyaways for good
If you’re someone who tend to use a lot of heat styling tools on your hair, it’s probable that you deal with flyaways. I’ve been using styling tools on my hair for years, and you can bet that I have a few with a mind of their own mostly on my scalp. My flyaways are … More Looking for a way to control those flyaways? Try this product
The change in weather this time of year in Ontario unfortunately presents many of us with a lot of dryness. Whether it be your skin or your hair, colder weather can be pretty destructive in terms of what it does to the body, and lately, I’m feeling like a saltine cracker between my crusty lips, … More Looking for a hair mask? Avoid this one
I have a respectable amount of hair on my head, so I’ve always been pretty proactive about hair health and maintenance when it comes to the products I use. I’ve dabbled in several brands and product types, and while I can’t say one particular product trumps them all, I can say that one thing is … More Are you using the right shampoo for your hair?
Hair hygiene is something we’re taught from a young age. It is something that has become a repetitive practice in our lives, something that doesn’t demand much thought. Because of the repetitive nature of hair hygiene, we fail to ever think twice about it. For the most part, anyways. But, I started to give it … More Is less more when it comes to washing your hair?
Apparently I’ve been feeling creative with my hair as of late, seeing as this is the second hair tutorial I’ve written about in a rather short period of time. I’ll take all the creativity I can get. I find that with long hair, styling and unique ideas seem to be easier to accomplish. Is it … More Dutch front braid hair tutorial
If I’m being honest, I’ll admit that one of the greatest perks of being an online Sephora customer is the free samples and the sample sizes of products you can add to your order with your Beauty Insider points. Granted, the sample sizes are pitiful, but hey, you get to try out fancy schmancy items … More Product review: Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Night Cap Overnight Perfector
If you read my blog regularly, it’s probable that you have caught onto the fact that I experiment with shampoo fairly often. I have been using the Dove anti-dandruff shampoo, which is fine, but I was feeling a change and decided to pick up something new when I was at Shoppers Drug Mart last. I … More Product review: OGX Tea Tree and Mint Shampoo
As a child, having my hair combed was something I positively dreaded. For whatever reason, my hair knotted incredibly easily. Combine that with frequent swims in our chlorine pool, and you are left with something that resembles a tumbleweed. Once I got to the age in which I could comb my own hair, I found … More Why you need a wet brush
Winter can prove to be pretty ruthless when it comes to hair health. Cold temperatures and hair just don’t really blend, and so, hair tends to get a little crispy around January. It does for me, living in Canada, anyways. So, I tend to use hair masks a little more often during the winter than … More Product review: L’oreal Paris Total Repair hair mask
Having long hair is something I simultaneously appreciate and despise. On good hair days, I feel pretty dang fly, however, on bad hair days, I feel like a tumbleweed that’s been blown in from the nearest town. This post isn’t going to focus on my love-hate relationship with my hair; rather, it’s going to address … More Hair tutorial: easy, soft waves
Dandruff has never been something that has been an issue for me, up until the past year or so. Rather, I struggled more with oily hair, therefore a dry scalp was never on my radar. Wouldn’t you know, within the past year I’ve been experiencing dandruff and a dry, itchy scalp. I read once that … More Product review: Dove Dryness & Itch Relief Anti-Dandruff Shampoo and Conditioner
I would argue most of us have either heard of or have used facial masks at some point in our lives. Whether they be hydrating, soothing, detoxifying or purifying, there’s a mask for just about any skin concern. What about hair masks, though? When summer rolls around, the ends of my hair tend to look … More Is Hair Masking A Thing?