Let's be honest: anybody heavily attached to their hair generally has a healthy, beautiful relationship with their hair stylist. It requires a great deal of faith and fondness to entrust your whole head to another human being. After all, you're spending what will surely add up to countless hours with this hair magician! As much as you want to spend time with your favorite person on the planet, it's in everyone's best interest if you can find ways to prolong visits as much as possible. Not only will you make their job easier, but the health of your hair will likely improve on top of you saving a few more bucks. Here's how to make it happen.
With Daylight Savings around the corner, it's time to address the evil foe of a change in sleep schedule: dark under-eye circles. It happens to the best of us: maybe you've spent time covering all evidence of an unnecessarily long night, or maybe you got the best eight hours of uninterrupted sleep that you've had in months. You're feeling relatively bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. All of a sudden, someone close to you—a colleague, a classmate, your boss, your mother—blurts out, with all the best intentions (and probably too loudly), "Oh man, you look so tired." Ouch.