Grow Your Hair Longer & Thicker

online pay­day loans direct lenders no cred­it checkwww.lulufashioncoach.com/scripts/ This is a favorite top­ic of mine because I have fine hair that is nat­u­ral­ly curly, and I’ve always been inter­est­ed in mak­ing my hair longer and thick­er. This is all the infor­ma­tion I have gath­ered for the last sev­er­al years. I also just dis­cov­ered an awe­some YouTube chan­nel yes­ter­day called YouTip­s4U, with some great infor­ma­tion on grow­ing and car­ing for long hair, so def­i­nite­ly check her out when you get a chance. Here’s the YouTube video if you want to watch: {A LITTLE FACT} Everyone’s hair is dif­fer­ent, and the fol­low­ing tips will sim­ply help you to max­i­mize your hair growth poten­tial. The aver­age hair growth per mon­th is 1/2″ though some peo­ple may grow 3/4″ or 1″ per mon­th. Don’t stress if your hair grows the aver­age of 1/2″ — this is genet­i­cal­ly pre­de­ter­mined, but you can do a lot to pre­vent break­age and stim­u­late healthy, thick­er hair growth. {TIP #1} Get your pro­tein. Your hair ker­at­in grows from the inside out, so your pro­tein and over­all nutri­tion intake is of utmost impor­tance. After much tri­al and error with my diet, I dis­cov­ered that with­out a doubt, includ­ing some grass-fed ani­mal prod­ucts gives me thick­er, health­ier, shinier hair. On the oth­er hand, I have one friend in par­tic­u­lar that was com­plete­ly veg­an for sev­er­al years and still grew a thick mop of hair. Pay atten­tion to your indi­vid­u­al needs — one size does not fit all! I com­piled the fol­low­ing list of pro­tein-rich foods for you (I pur­pose­ly exclud­ed pro­tein-rich foods that are unfriend­ly to our hor­mones, weight, and skin), which...

Get Flawless Skin With No Makeup — Part I

Nat­u­ral beau­ty is just that — nat­u­ral. It means you don’t have to slather on sev­en lay­ers of make­up in order to appear to have beau­ti­ful skin. So how would you like to wake up in the morn­ing and be com­fort­able walk­ing out the door with min­i­mal or no make­up? Here’s how. {STEP #1} Your Skin Reflects Your Food Choices Unfor­tu­nate, but true. If you’re real­ly moti­vat­ed about want­i­ng beau­ti­ful, flaw­less, dewy skin, then you are going to have to re-eval­u­ate what you eat. This is not about going on a crazy diet, this is you sim­ply tak­ing bet­ter care of your body, which reflects onto your skin. Grant­ed, some peo­ple may have good skin even while eat­ing McDonald’s and going out drink­ing, but this will catch up to them even­tu­al­ly (plus, even if it’s not show­ing up on their face, their insid­es are still unhealthy, which leads to more sev­ere prob­lems than just pim­ples and wrin­kles). Don’t think for a sec­ond that our bod­ies are per­fect­ly equipped to han­dle every­thing on their own and we don’t need to do any­thing fur­ther to help out. Our bod­ies are bom­bard­ed with more crap in our air, food, and water than ever before in human his­to­ry, and it can nev­er hurt to sim­ply help our bod­ies deal with the­se waste prod­ucts more effi­cient­ly. Why make your body work hard­er than it already has to by drink­ing, smok­ing, and eat­ing improp­er­ly? Here is your main focus when it comes to get­ting flaw­less skin: Eat an unprocessed, nutri­ent-dense diet in order to allow your liv­er, kid­neys, adren­al and thy­roid glands, and intesti­nes to work...

Banish Dark Circles For Good! Part I

I start­ed seek­ing an under-eye cir­cle solu­tion as soon as I was old enough to real­ize I had the­se hered­i­tary lit­tle nuggets. At age 15, I start­ed wear­ing con­ceal­er and if I didn’t, I would invari­ably get a ques­tion like, “Oh my good­ness, are you sick?” No, but thanks for the con­cern, that’s just the veins show­ing through my incred­i­bly pale, thin under-eye skin thanky­ou­very­much! Then at 19, I dis­cov­ered that der­ma­tol­o­gists and plas­tic sur­geons were able to cor­rect cer­tain types of under-eye cir­cles with lasers. I went for a few con­sul­ta­tions, and one doc­tor want­ed to inject ass fat under my eyes to thick­en the skin a bit. No thanks. Anoth­er doc­tor sug­gest­ed Resty­lane to fill in the area just above the veins so they wouldn’t show through. Uh, no again. Espe­cial­ly since the injec­tion meth­ods would have been risky to my eye­sight (the needles are fine and can acci­den­tal­ly be inject­ed into a vein, which could lead into your eye, which could cause tem­po­rary or per­ma­nent vision prob­lems). So I final­ly set­tled on my der­ma­tol­o­gist, who was reg­u­lar­ly using laser to close off lit­tle veins. I was her very first under-eye cir­cle patient. Now, there are many veins sur­round­ing the eye, and I want­ed to get rid of the more obvi­ous ones so that I didn’t appear sick or beat-up. What the laser would accom­plish is clos­ing off the more obvi­ous veins, where­upon they would re-route them­selves deep­er under the skin. The laser pro­ce­dure was pret­ty sim­ple. In the room were two assis­tants, my der­ma­tol­o­gist, my mom, and, of course, me — lay­ing quite still on the reclin­ing...

Get Naturally Beautiful in One Night (Plus 10% Off Silk Pillowcases Until December 31st)

I think it’s pret­ty safe to say that most of us prefer to have good things arrive quick­ly and stay forever. Nat­u­ral beau­ty is no dif­fer­ent — we desire it to be there our entire lives. It can be with us since birth, but leave quick­ly in our young adult years due to inter­nal and exter­nal neglect. Or it can come to us lat­er in life, when we first learn how to real­ly take care of our­selves and unleash the beau­ty that’s been hid­ing. Either way, one thing is eter­nal­ly impor­tant to nat­u­ral beau­ty: Sleep. Yes yes, you sleep by default, but sleep­ing prop­er­ly will bring you infinite­ly more ener­gy, health, and there­fore, beau­ty. We have all been taught to “get your 8 hours of sleep!” but with­out any decent expla­na­tion. Sleep is restora­tive to our brain and every cell in our bod­ies. Whether you are a monopha­sic or polypha­sic sleep­er, the amount of time you spend sleep­ing is a chance for your body to work on repairs and gen­er­ate an even chem­i­cal play­ing field for your brain. Uni­ver­si­ty of Cal­i­for­nia, Berke­ley and Har­vard Med­ical School have com­plet­ed stud­ies indi­cat­ing that a good night’s sleep reg­u­lates your mood and helps you cope with the chal­lenges of your wak­ing hours. Well-rest­ed peo­ple are hap­pier, less-stressed, and more con­sis­tent with their moods. They also tend to smile more, be friend­lier, and because their brains are bet­ter equipped to deal with stress, there is less silent impact on their cells (i.e. inflam­ma­tion, oxidation/free rad­i­cal dam­age), and there­fore their out­ward appear­ance is more nat­u­ral­ly beau­ti­ful. Oh, and I almost for­got to men­tion: less...