As we all know eyebrows can dramatically change your look and enhance your appearance when shaped correctly. Ideally it is best to have your brows professionally shaped. But on a daily basis your brows need to be kept up in between waxing and shaping sessions. The best way to do this is with a brow kit. There are plenty of brow kits out there. Our favorite kits include some kind of gel or shaping wax, a highlighter, and also a powder or pencil to fill in the shape… Read more
Giveaway rules et all: Giveaway good from August 19, 2009-August 26, 2009. You must log into You Tube and rate and comment on Nando’s review to be entered into the giveaway. Legal US residents only, 18+. No cash or product substitutes. We’re not liable if you don’t like it or have any type of reaction to it. Retail value $7.99. Two winners; one bottle each.
Most women believe they have little or no hair damage, yet the reality is all women have hair damage and donâ€™t realize it! Dove spokestylist and co-host of “Tim Gunnâ€™s Guide to Style,” Gretta Monahan says that women donâ€™t have to change their habits to fight hair damageâ€“ there are simple solutions. In these trying economic times that have hit us all (I know I can’t be the only one feeling it!), I asked Greta to share some of these solutions that are affordable to everyone. Because really? How many of us have avoided going out simply because of a bad hair day?
In my last men’s grooming review, I noted that I love my Clarisonic for shaving and noted how I travel with it everywhere, even though it is not really travel size (and I leave the charger at home, because itâ€™s heavy and I could kill somebody with its heft.)
Thereâ€™s something about the traditional shaving brush and cream that takes you back to childhood. Itâ€™s learning how to shave when youâ€™re five years old with your Dad, who had his brush and used some generic shaving cream. It worked and worked well. And thatâ€™s how I learned: with my fake little kit of a plastic razor blade, using my dadâ€™s brush and shaving cream.
And, it gets a better shave. Using a brush â€“ or, well, now a Clarisonic â€“ gets the hair to stand up, be softer, and avoids ingrown hairs. Itâ€™s just a better system. Plus, I hate shaving and have a terrible beard, so whatâ€™s a better way to test this all out than getting samples and finding the best solution for me?
To make this a fair test, I used each shaving cream for a day, under similar test environments: new blade, hot water, charged Clarisonic, local water source (hey, that matters for hard versus soft water). The below list is in order of preference, with one recommendation for those that donâ€™t use a brush or Clarisonic â€“ although, in reality, the top five are almost interchangeable.Â Read more