Women Are Switching Over To WEN Hare Products After Seeing Their Magic

Women from all over have been falling in love with the results they get with Wen cleansing conditioners created by Chaz Dean. This is because he went through a lot of time and effort to make a product that was capable of working on the many different hair types that women have. It is also good to use on hair that is dry or oily, to help treat the problem. It can even work on very fine or thin hair, which is why Bustle Magazine’s Emily McClure, a blogger, tested out the product on her hair.

When Emily bought the product, she had only intended to use it for a period of a week to determine how it would actually work. This didn’t end up mattering for her as the product started showing her results within a few days, which had her delighted. When she published her review, she put up photos of her hair, showing the before and after and what an amazing effect it had. The only thing she found she needed to do for the product to work better, was to use less than recommended, which might have been due to how fine her hair is. In any case, she added it to her product list permanently because it was so effective.

WEN’s unique formula took a lot of time and tweaking from Chaz Dean in order to get just right, but in the end it was very worth it. His idea was to make a product that women could use without needing loads of money or spending a lot of time with professionals to take care of their hair. This is why WEN cleansing conditioners come at the fair price of $40 dollars a bottle or under available on both Amazon and Guthy-Renker, this is a steal compared to the prices charged at many high profile salons. With such a readily available and reliable product, many women are able to build and maintain their confidence again with beautiful hair.

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The Many Benefits and Purposes of Shea Butter

Shea butter is an off-white or ivory-colored fat extracted from the nut of the Shea tree in Africa and has long been used for many purposes, including skin moisturizing and healing of the skin. It can be used for skin breakdown and abrasions along with minor burns. Many women have found that using Shea butter during pregnancy can help reduce the appearance of stretch marks. Rich in vitamins A and E, Shea butter has anti-inflammatory properties which promote healing benefits without clogging the skin. It can also be used for the hair and as a food source.

EuGenia Shea is a company founded by a mother-daughter team who realized the benefits of Shea butter early on and wanted to share their product with others. Named after the mother, EuGenia Shea was started as a small company in Ghana after EuGenia learned about Shea butter and its many uses from the midwife who actually delivered her as a baby. Known as Grandma Sunshine, this midwife used Shea butter in her practice for many years. EuGenia then started a company employing many women to help create a product that could be used by everyone. The company has now grown to what it is today. They are dedicated to helping the women of Ghana and are able to provide their employees with very fair wages along with giving back by providing a portion of the proceeds to an educational fund.

EuGenia Shea is a company that offers a fantastic product that is packaged is colorful and beautiful tins in a wide variety of scents. You are able to use a product that is beneficial for your skin and at the same time your purchase is going towards helping others.

Lime Crime Is Helping Women Reach Their Full Potential

Makeup tends to mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people. For the heads of many cosmetic companies it’s just a method of making money. But for some makeup CEOs it’s more about creative expression and helping other people achieve their dreams. It shouldn’t come as much surprise that cosmetic companies fueled by such passion tend to create some really amazing products. And there’s few as amazing or as artistically brilliant as the Lime Crime brand.

It’s the brainchild of a woman named Doe Deere. And one simply has to see her in action to understand why it’s such a remarkable brand. Doe Deere is never seen without some type of creative flair. She’s one of those people who instantly draws the eyes of a crowd when she walks into a room. She’s passionate, colorful, and driven to make Like Crime a perfect match for women who feel the same way.

One of the most interesting things about both the brand and Doe Deere herself is the nature of a unicorn. Unicorn’s are like a horse, but just a little different and special. Likewise Doe Deere sees herself that way. And she hopes that her makeup brand will be a great match for others who are in a similar position to the unicorn. In fact, that’s why she often refers to people who use Lime Crime as unicorns. They’re people who have just a bit of extra magic and life to them. Doe Deere herself knows that people with that kind of spark are like that from the very start. Even as a little girl she used some wild ideas to create special looks for herself. When she wanted to dress like a witch, she went all out and used makeup to create a really amazing aesthetic for herself. And as an adult she’s doing something similar. Instead of going dark, she’s using Lime Crime to play with colors that inspire and celebrate the human spirit.

Most of all though, Doe Deere and Lime Crime are a celebration of experimentation. Some looks will work, others won’t. But either way she sees actually trying as very important. And that might well be why Lime Crime itself has become so popular. If someone’s going to experiment with their look than there’s few tools better than makeup which is intended to touch the extremes.  Check them out on Instagram, where they have millions of followers.

Madeline Stuart’s Recent Bridal Shoot and About JustFab

Madeline Stuart, the 18-year-old model with Down’s Syndrome, recently broke the mold again by releasing her own bridal photo shoot. Her mission was to prove that bridal modeling doesn’t have to be exclusive for the stereotypical tall, thin models. The photo shoot was carried out at the Rixey Manor manor in Virgina, which is owned by Isadora Martin-Dye.

Sarah Houston, who was the photographer of the shoot reported that Stuart’s mother, Rosanne, had some reservations at first due to concerns that it would be an excuse for newspapers to sell Madeline as a celebrity. However, she quickly came to her senses and realized that it could also be a vehicle for helping to improve the general public’s perceptions about Down Syndrome. Houston also commented that she was blown away by how easy Madeline was to work with because of her warm personality.
Martin-Dye also later commented on a Facebook post that Stuart seems to be the happiest in front of the camera.

The dress that Stuart wore was a ruffle with a short train and a sparkly tank at the top. On her face was a little bit of dark blue eyeshadow, mascara and very red lipstick. Her red hair was pinned up. Everything she was wearing matched her face and skin tone perfectly. Her best feature, though, was probably her smile.

JustFab is its own unique fashion retail company. First, they make it a point to get to know your style personally so that they can glean an idea of what to offer their clients on their personal boutique. From there, their clients can shop and join their VIP membership. Clients also always have a “Skip the Month” option, which means that he or she can opt out of purchases for the month by clicking the
“Skip” button by the 5th of every month. There is also the option of cancellation at any time by contacting the membership team.

JustFab works by selling only the latest of styles for every personality type. As a result, the products offered to their clients try to match up with their tastes as much as possible. Their clients also get to save on prices.

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The New Cruelty Free Way to Look Fabulous

Lime Crime is a makeup company that started from the ground up. Their goal was to create a line of makeup that covered those imperfections that most do not want other people to see as well as providing the user with unique products that could fit anyone’s style whether they prefer something neutral or are looking to make a bold statement with their makeup. Lime Crime also prides themselves in that they have completely cruelty free products that have not been tested on animals. Their website not only shows you the product but also shows how it would look on a person’s skin and lips by both providing photos of models wearing the products and showing what the shades of eye shadow look like in different lighting in creative ways such as putting them on a model’s finger tips. Lime Crime offers rich and bold eye shadows as well as a great selection of Zodiac Glitter in a variety of colors. It is not just for customers to use on their eyes as one could also put it on their nails and even lips as none of the ingredients are harmful.
Lime Crime’s website on storyexchange offers lipstick and lip gloss in colors of different shades of brown, purple, red, and even offer green colored lip products. The customer has the option to see all of the different lipstick colors online in a unique way as the customer can see them both on models and on a realistic looking pair of lips that display every color available as it would look when the customer was wearing it. The colors all look very rich and vibrant even in the more neutral tones. There is quite a noticeable difference in the texture of each of their lip products so it is easy for the customer to get the exact look that is desired. There are also some vibrant shades of neon nail polish available for purchase including green, yellow, orange, pink, and blue. The website also offers a blog where additional photos of their products can be seen on models as well as some stories that can be read and opinions on the newest trends that are out there. There are also some random stories and photos posted on the blog that keep it interesting. One could also visit the sale section of the Lime Crime website to see which of their products is discounted.