Hair care

Teleties hair ties: Your new best friend for better ponytails

This twisty hair accessory won't ever break on you or let you down. Plus, it can easily be revived after it stretches out—and it even doubles as a bracelet.

If your hair is long enough for a ponytail, you’ve probably formed an opinion or two about what you’ll use—or eschew—as a hair tie. Rubber bands are a no-no…unless you like wincing in pain while yanking out strands of your hair for no good reason. Scrunchies are cute, but the inner elastic bands usually get stretched out waaaay too easily. Recently, I finally discovered my forever hair tie in a Walmart Beauty Box: Teleties. According to the package, Teleties are designed to…

Suave Silkening Lotion with Baby Oil review

This lotion is heavily fragranced, which means it's probably not an ideal choice for anyone with sensitive skin. It's also very watery, which makes it less

When I was at my parents’ house about a month ago, I noticed an open bottle of Suave Silkening Lotion with Baby Oil in the bathroom. My last experience with a Suave product did not go so well, so I’ve been wary of using any product that contains DMDM Hydantoin and/or fragrances ever since then. However, I can never resist the opportunity to try out a new hand lotion, so I decided to try out just a little bit. TL;DR, this lotion is a really great option for anyone who loves the scent…

Moroccanoil Treatment review

This hair treatment includes a mix of argan oil and linseed oil, but it also contains silicones (a cheap filler) and unnecessary dyes and fragrance.

I still remember the first time I discovered the magical qualities of the hair straightener. As an awkward teenager with frizzy, wavy (not in the cute way) hair, I could have benefited from discovering this appliance five years before I finally used it for the first time in college. Since moving to NYC, I haven’t had as much of a problem with frizzy hair, since the NYC humidity seems to actually help tame my hair in comparison to the dry heat of Los Angeles, where I grew up. That’s…