According to experts, it’s not good to wash your hair every day as shampoo can strip your hair of color, thin it out and more. If your hair is anything like mine, it gets greasy after not washing it for a day. Dry shampoo really comes in handy when your hair gets greasy and you’re running late.
Batiste is my go-to dry shampoo, I love the way it makes my hair feel after using it. Batiste comes with many different scents, ranging from bold scents to none. I have dark hair and hate when dry shampoos leave my hair white — with Batiste, I don’t have that problem. They offer products with hints of color in them so you don’t have to worry about the whiteness. Batiste offers aerosol cans and a new foam bottle.
If you are willing to spend a little more money on a dry shampoo, try Aveda. This dry shampoo comes in a squeeze bottle, providing a more eco-friendly application. It’s filled with 25 flower and plant essences that leave your hair smelling amazing. The rest of its components work gently to cleanse hair.
Living Proof is another dry shampoo on the expensive side, but worth the money. This dry shampoo works hard to actually cleanse your hair; it removes oil, sweat and odor. The scent is light and fresh.
With travel picking up again in different parts of the world, it’s time to start planning your #ComeBacktoTravel vacation. If you are looking to book through a travel agent or company, consider supporting one of these black-owned travel businesses:
Experience a big-city hotel stay that doesn’t feel like your typical urban visit at Chicago’s Claridge House, nestled in the sought-after Gold Coast neighborhood. The hotel’s sophisticated décor and serene residential ambience foster the atmosphere of an oasis amid the hustle and bustle of a busy metropolis.
In today’s world of constant distractions (i.e., cell phones and social media), it’s hard to completely unplug from daily life in order to recharge and fully enjoy a vacation. However, a company called Bedside Reading introduced a program to encourage travelers to switch off their phones and, instead, pick up a book.
Turkey is a country that straddles Europe and Asia. As a result, the country has a lot of cultural connections ranging from Greek, Persian, Ottoman and Roman backgrounds, when respective empires ruled the country for a period of time. Foods in the country has a lot of influences from those cultures and here are five to try when visiting Turkey.
Have you noticed how even the most seasoned packers seem to drop the ball when it comes to shoes? We either bring too many, too few or have no plan of how we're going to keep them tidy. Shoes always seem to infect the rest of our stuff with dirt, odor and street souvenirs stuck to rubbery bottoms.