BeautyHair Care Tips for Damaged Hair

I am always looking for new ways to properly take care of my hair. I have gone through so many different kinds of product trying to find the perfect one. After a lot of time and money, I am happy to share what I have discovered with you. From the best affordable products to natural hair care tips, this blog will be sure to heal your roots and leave your hair looking sleek and classic. We all have damaged hair, so here are some ways to heal your lovely locks. 
 
 
This seems almost too obvious, but many people never brush their hair. When you brush your hair from the roots to the ends, this spreads the natural oils in your hair and moisturizes your scalp
 
 
  
Vitamins are a great way to attain healthy and beautiful hair. The vitamins that promote healthy hair are Vitamin A, C, E, B12, B6, and Fish Oil pills. 

This product is amazing and costs under $5. This is a light cream that leaves your hair smelling great. I love this cream so much because it doesn’t leave my hair oily.

This is a wonderful serum that protects your hair from damage. I like to put this on before I use any kind of heat on my hair. This has actually made my hair grow a little easier. Be careful not to use too much or else it will get greasy. 

This is a special, deep conditioner that stimulates the scalp and revitalizes your hair. I love this conditioner because it smells so good and works really well. I use this 3-4 times a week to get the best results. 
 
This is a hydrating microcrystalline treatment mask Highly enriched with karit butter to moisturize and restructure your hair. The price somes in at just under $20, but it is so worth it and lasts a long time. 
 

 
The biggest thing to keep in mind is that you are what you eat. If you eat healthy and workout, you will not only have a healthy body but also healthy hair! Do you have any tips or tricks you have discovered for helping out damaged hair? Leave a comment and let us know!
 

GeneralPillow Talk: Connecting Lovers One Heartbeat at a Time

If you’ve even been in a long distance relationship or spent long periods of time away from your loved one, then you know how lonely the nights can be. 
 
Despair no longer, however, because all that might be changing. Photographer and Designer extraordinare Joanna Montgomery is working to get final funding for a product she’s calling “Pillow Talk.”
 
 
Here’s how she describes it:
 
“Pillow Talk is a project aiming to connect long distance lovers. Each person has a pillow for their bed and a ring sensor which they wear to sleep at night. The sensor wirelessly communicates with the other person’s pillow; when one person goes to bed, their lover’s pillow begins to glow softly to indicate their presence. Placing your head on the pillow allows you to hear the real-time heartbeat of your loved one.”
 
 And here’s a video showing how it really works:
 
 
I think this is such a sweet idea! Unfortunately, there aren’t any pillow sets available yet as there is not quite enough money for production, but with the substantial funding it has already received and donations on PayPal, Joanna hopes to get it it going very soon – hopefully by some time in 2012. You can check out the development on her company’s website, Little Riot, or on their Facebook page, which indicates pre-orders may even start next month!
 
 
Oh technology, the things you come up with! Now wouldn’t that be a Valentine’s Day present to remember!

General15 Hilarious Roommate Notes

Umm . . . I don’t even think I need to explain any of these.
 
Enjoy.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
If you, or any of your roomies, have ever written such a legacy, please share!
 

GeneralSite to See: My Daguerreotype Boyfriend

Daguerreotype: an early photograph produced on a silver or a silver-covered copper plate; also: the process of producing such photographs.

My Daguerreotype Boyfriend: “Where early photography meets extreme hotness”.
 
As if scrolling through beautiful antique photographs weren’t fun enough, My Daguerreotype Boyfriend on Tumblr has a carefully chosen collection of dapper young men from the 19th century. Sure, some of them have a few quirks like Munchkin hair – or were involved in some rather sinister plots – keep in mind that these men may have never otherwise been important enough to be captured by the photographic process!
 
Proof that Munchkin hair was at one point considered cool.
 
River Phoenix . . . anyone?
 
Ok, so this hunk was a bit of a bad boy. That’s Ok, honey, I still know some girls who would date you.
 
Jude Law (um, maybe cuter).
 
(Photos courtesy of mydaguerreotypeboyfriend.tumblr, definition courtesy of merriam-webster.com)

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