Not everyone is a fan of winter weather for many reasons, one being because of the number it can do on your hair - especially if you have kinky or curly hair. Truth is, curls already have a tendency to dry out faster regardless of the season (you can thank the natural oils from your scalp, which have a harder time traveling down a spiral strand than they do straighter types, for that), so when you pair that with the cold, moisture-sucking air that tends to come in the winter months, you're bound to experience even more dryness than usual. That said, much like you might tweak your skin-care routine in the winter to make sure your skin is staying hydrated and healthy, there are also a handful of changes you can make to your hair-care regimen to ensure your curls retain as much moisture as possible. If you're currently looking for ways to winter-proof your curly hair-care routine, read ahead for a few pro tips.
It might not be the popular opinion, but a nice cool, dark fall or winter day is calming to me. It gives my anxious mind a chance to lay it all aside.
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Frizz, dullness, breakage and split ends are all common indicators that your strands are dry and in need of some moisture. But just as one size doesn’t fit all for your skincare needs, the same goes for your...
The persimmon is the under-appreciated middle child of winter produce. Whether you pick a varietal that’s crisp and tart or sweet and juicy, its bright flavor is a welcome addition to any cold-weather dish....
For those of us who refuse to let go of our skirts and shorts, even in the dead of winter, thick hosiery is the holy grail. And, even if you swear by pants-only during the colder months, popping a pair of tights on underneath is a ten-second lifesaver on those days it's just too chilly to handle.Since they're our second skin during the months we'd prefer to hibernate, it makes sense that we're constantly in search of the best pair on the market. We need a pair of tights that's durable, thick, hopefully will last more than three wears without getting a run, and most importantly, warm. Thankfully, brands are keeping up and coming out with more heat technology options than we can handle (you're still our OG though, Uniqlo). Ahead are 17 pairs of tights that will get you through the worst weather this year. We recommend stocking up — it's only a matter of time until Snowpocalypse 2020 comes a-blowin'.Uniqlo Heattech Cable Knitted Tights, $, available at UniqloSmartwool IntraKnit Merino 200 Bottom, $, available at Back Countrylululemon Keep The Heat Thermal Tight, $, available at lululemonCOS Wool Tights, $, available at COSBerkshire Plus Size Easy On! Thermal Plush Tights, $, available at Bare NecessitiesThe North Face Ultra-Warm Poly Tights, $, available at The North FaceFree People Blake Cashmere Tights, $, available at Free PeopleHUE Cable Sweater Tights, $, available at Nordstrom RackA New Day Flat Knit Fleece Lined Tights, $, available at TargetAnthropologie Fleece-Lined Leggings, $, available at AnthropologieHanes X-Temp® Blackout Tights, $, available at HanesWolford Black Merino Wool Tights, $, available at SSENSEASOS CURVE 200 Denier Black Tights, $, available at ASOSFalke Soft Merino Tights, $, available at Bare NecessitiesNike Nike One Luxe Plus Size Mid-Rise Tights, $, available at NikePlush Fleece Lined Tights, $, available at ShopbopAngelina Brushed Interior Thermal Tights, $, available at AmazonNike Plus 7/8 Tights, $, available at NikeHUE Cushioned Foot Tights, $, available at ZapposHUE Cable Tights, $, available at HUEBerkshire Cozy Tight with Fleece-Lined Leg, $, available at AmazonLike what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
Thanks to mask-ne (yes, mask acne is a thing), Zoom fatigue and late-night Netflix binges, our skin is looking kind of stressed out. While our first inclination was to whip up 12 different homemade facials,...
This moisturizer will transform your skin while you sleep: 'My skin has never looked better.'
Keep oil in check, reduce redness, and brighten your complexion with just one product.From Prevention
Be they coats or jumpers, leathers or silks, I'm breaking down the key pieces you should be wearing next season.From Harper's BAZAAR
Packing for your next mountain trip just got so much easier.From Women's Health
The CDC advises against traditional trick or treating this year amid the novel coronavirus, highlighting Halloween activities in order of risk level.
Fact: There’s nothing better on a chilly night than a big bowl of soup. But most of us don’t have a few spare hours to spend slowly simmering a pot on the stove—especially on a weeknight. That’s where we come...
Searches for black combat boots have surged this season. Here are the top 10 chicest pairs to add to your winter wardrobe.
Jacob Winter picked up the hobby while in quarantine.
If you're someone who loves cold-weather clothing, there's arguably no better time then coat and jacket season. There's a magical quality about being able to bundle up underneath a sherpa zip-down or mid-length funnel coat, tossing on a scarf (and maybe even gloves), and feeling the crisp fall air brush against our cheeks. Old Navy just dropped some of the cutest coats we've seen, and it definitely got us excited about the new season ahead. There are thick zips, classic trenches, and cool camo jackets to sort through. Here are our favorite pieces right now. Related: I'm a Loungewear Pro, and This $18 Vintage Sweatshirt From Old Navy Is Seriously the Best I Own
Regardless of the season, whether we're indoors or outdoors, comfortable footwear is a must for our overall comfort. We're willing to shell out a pretty penny for functional footwear, especially in the winter when we want to keep our toes warm and dry, but luckily, there are lots of great deals to be had out […]
Say hello to silky, salon-level hair.
The jewel tones and glittery shades are likely to sell out.