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Curly Hair Real Women Tips Coloring Styles

When it comes to our hair, a grass-is-always-greener kind of attitude is all too common — women with luscious curly hair typically yearn for smooth waves, while those that have been graced with a wavy texture dream of bouncy curls. And while there’s absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to zhush things up and try something new every now and again, we’re all for working with what your mama gave you and embracing your coils (frizz and all), too. But in order to keep your curls — whether they’re twisted by nature or tools — looking their best, just know: You can’t slack on the TLC. “To create healthy curls, find formulas — like the products from the Sebastian Professional Twisted Collection — that have nourishing ingredients in them,” says Sebastian Professional top artist Anthony Cress.

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    The first one of 2018!

    1. “The future has an ancient heart.”

    The first time I read this quote by painter, writer and activist Dr. Carlo Levi, it was in a book called Dear Sugar, by Cheryl Strayed. (She’s the woman who wrote Wild.)

    Like most quotes, it means different things to different people. I like to think it means that someday in the future, if I’m lucky, my heart will brim with knowledge and love gleaned from a rich life of experiences and time with friends and family.

    2. Babies in raincoats

    Can I still call her a baby? I know she’s officially a toddler. She turns 2 in March (!). I can’t even believe that.

    Please note how she turned her rattle into a charm bracelet.

    3. Cocktail-ing skin care products

    The new year has me thinking about skin care, like ACID TONERS. I just ordered the famous Biologique Recherche P50 1970 toner last week, so I’ve been doing this intense multi-step process in the morning and at night, and ya know what?

    I’m already over it.

    Even when I’m multitasking and doing other things, I get antsy and want to get on with my life as I’m waiting for two separate layers of toners dry, followed by three separate serums that take a couple more minutes each…

    My routine at the moment is up to 10 steps, and that’s JUST the morning.

    It might be overkill, I know, but I don’t want to give up yet. I have started mixing products to save a little time, though. I blend two of the serums together in my palm, then pat the concoction on my face and neck. Same with my moisturizers. I used to apply a layer of face oil, wait, then do a separate face balm, but now I just mix the oil and balm together and plop them on.

    In my perfect skin care scenario, I would only do three or four steps max. Dunno if I’ll ever get there, but I keep trying.

    4. Label makers

    I’ve been labeling everything with mine lately, and I mean EVERYTHING.

    Yeah, it looks totally geeky, but who cares? My life is way less chaotic when I have a label telling me exactly where something goes after I use it.

    Thank you, Epson Label Printer!

    I tend to put things in the most random places, BTW… Which is probably why I lost my glasses, haha!

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    I got these organizers at HomeGoods about a year ago.

    5. Celestial Seasonings Honey Vanilla Chamomile Tea

    This stuff is so delicious! The honey and vanilla are strong and sweet, but they don’t overpower the chamomile.

    I got this to sip at night before bed, but I love it so much that I have a cup during the workday, too.

    What have you been loving lately? Your car’s butt warmers (shout-out to Ruchita)? Wearing red lipstick as a stain (KIM!)? Cats who give their assistants Sephora gift cards (Kitty Face)? Inquiring minds want to know. 🙂

    Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

    Karen


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