Another great thing about it being Friday is that I have some Friday Finds to share. These are some tidbits of information I've got to share from my own world or stuff I found from other folks that is pretty cool.
Let's do this.
It's official - I love my Dollar Shave Club razors. I've been using them regularly, now, and they're just as awesome as when I take my husbands high-priced one for him.
You know what I mean, ladies:
Your crappy lady-razor has become dull and gross but you didn't make it to the store and you have to get a handle on those legs before someone at work shoots you with a tranquilizer dart. So, you sneak out and snag your hubby's pricey one from the vanity to handle the job.
Am I the only one that's done that?
You can check them out HERE
Speaking of new goodies I'm playing with -
I scored some Batiste Dry Shampoo in my ipsy bag and I was so excited about it because I really wanted to try this out and ipsy seemed to have read my mind.
Now - I didn't want to try the dry shampoo for a conventional reason. Most women use dry shampoo to refresh a blowout that's at least a day old. Usually women with longer hair who don't shampoo every day use it to refresh that scalp and pop some life back into their locks.
All of my menopause ladies - holla'! This one's for us.
Every day I deal with, at least, one dozen hot flashes. Hot flashes are jerks. Just FYI.
My young ladies - you don't know.. but you will. Don't worry. You'll get your turn.
For those of us in the midst of it - you may like this as much as I.
So - back to my hot flashes...
A good dozen per day and, contrary to popular belief, we're not just feeling a "little warm". These lovely lady life happenings come with nausea, dizziness, a racing heart, unbearable interior heat and - super bonus - sweat.
That bit-of-glisten that happens wreaks havoc on my folicles and the product staying power, as well. I can make a great blowout happen (on occasion) and then, five minutes later, be bummed because the glistening hot flash hydrated my scalp and made my hair fall. UGH.
Well, I figured that these beauties made to pull out extraneous junk from my 'do could also take some of that glisten and re-purpose the pop in my top.
I was right!
Oh happy day!
Just when I had completed a heated moment with myself (um, what?), I lifted my hair and gave some bursts of Batiste to my crown and then shook out the excess. It, not only, soaked up some moisture but also put some texture at the roots to give it that lift back.
If you can snag a travel size of this for your purse, you may find it to be something quite helpful in your life, too. Just be sure to hold the can at a distance - don't spray right onto the scalp - and don't put a whole bunch in there or you'll end up with some powder/sweat cake baking on your crown. Gross but true.
Just spritz and shake.
That's all of the Friday finds I have for you right now. Be sure to check in later for updates to the news feeds and stories on the web that you can enjoy.
Be safe. Be well.