As a mom, it’s easy to let your haircare routine disappear when things get busy. After all, taking care of your family takes up so much time and energy, it’s no wonder why those precious “spare” moments might be spent doing other things. For example, why give yourself a blowout when you can get an extra 15 minutes of sleep? Priorities, people. On the other hand, it’s also important to give yourself some TLC to keep yourself looking and feeling your very best. The good news is, perfect hair days are easier to get than you think, and it doesn’t require a ton of time or effort. We’re giving you the skinny on 10 foolproof methods for beautiful, healthy, shiny hair, everyday!
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A mom’s first Mother’s Day is an exciting one. Becoming a mother is a magical, exhausting, and ever-changing time in a woman’s life, and the new mama (or mama to be!) deserves to be celebrated. Whether the mom in your life is expecting her first bundle or the baby has already arrived, Daily Mom has you covered with all the best gifts for new and expecting moms this Mother’s Day. From maternity wear to nursing gear, diaper bags to beauty must-haves, we have everything the new mom in your life could want this Mother’s Day.
Your family has made the decision to live a Green Lifestyle. You buy local organic food, you wear organic clothing, you even make your own cleaning supplies! But why stop there? Making your own conditioner is one of the easiest ways to tie your Green Lifestyle into your beauty routine. In this post, we’ll share three different conditioners, their benefits and how you can make them.
So you have decided to grow out your short hair, but do you have what it takes? Many people think it just means no haircuts. Sure, that may work, but it’ll take longer, look messy and you’ll end up needing to cut it short again to get rid of all those inevitable split ends. Here are some tips that may help this long road ahead be a little less rocky.
As women, we do everything imaginable to repel and ban oil from our hair. We know that too much oil can make our hair look greasy, hang limply, and give our overall appearance a “dirty” look. We use products such as dry shampoo, clarifying shampoo and we wash our hair every morning to keep oil at bay. What is all of this doing to our hair? It is drying the hair shaft, clarifying shampoos with sulfates are stripping the proteins, and we are damaging our hair to the point of breakage and fraying. We don’t want to look oily but we do want healthy hair. What’s a girl to do?