It's that time of the week--time to link up to Jenny Matlock's Alphabe-Thursday! This week, we have to write about the letter "L." Ironically, Blogher's Life Well Lived series wants me to write a post this week about Looking your Best! I thought I'd kill two birds with one stone since these two things came together so well!
The question(s) I'm supposed to answer are:
Do you have a favorite blogger or YouTube channel for hair tutorials?
Do you create your own?
What's your best tip for finding the best tips?
Now, when it comes to hair, I've lost the hair lottery. My hair is very thin and fine. It seems the older I get, the worse it gets. I'd like to say that I rely heavily on the internet to find ways to get my hair to look better. Honestly, it has never occurred to me to check out hair tutorials on YouTube. The most I can claim to do is to do internet searches in order to find hair products that would work with my hair without weighing it down too much.
My tip for finding the best tips is: ask a hair stylist that you adore for tips! They know hair, and if they're good with your hair, then they'll steer you in the right direction.
The best tip I've ever received for my hair was from a hair stylist I used to go to in Beverly Hills. She knew her stuff. Many famous celebrities went to her to get their hair done. She was a wealth of information. One of the best tips she ever gave me was to buy the Caruso Steam rollers that were being heavily advertised on television infomercials. She was usually against any type of heated appliance such as curling irons for my hair. But she insisted that these rollers would add body to my hair without damaging it. She was right--they are fabulous! I still use them to this day!
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I'd also love to know the best tip you ever received for your hair. Where did you get it?
I think we sometimes get so wrapped up in our busy lives that we don't always look our best. My pledge for 2012 is to put a little more effort back into looking good!