I just learned that The Ugly Meter is an app that tells you how ugly you are from your phone and I was like, DUH! I mean, who needs that? I know I don’t because I know I am not ugly! I’ll rather spend time on those apps that offer me sound beauty advice or step-by-step makeup tutorials. And speaking of which, I’ve actually been fiddling with apps that educate me about the different cosmetics ingredients and I find these rather useful because they provide me with information I need when I’m checking out a product while on the go.
My hair has been long for as far as I can remember. And because of that, I prefer using hair brushes to combs as they remove tangles without tugging my hair too much. Now, this might sound really disgusting to you but I have only begun cleaning my hair brushes a couple of years ago. I didn’t clean them previously not because I am a disgusting and unhygienic woman, but because I had no idea we were supposed to clean them. So I’ve always just replaced my hair brushes with new ones whenever they looked old and dirty.
Between waxing and shaving, I’ve always preferred the former, which I find to be somewhat therapeutic especially if it’s actually done at the palor. Shaving on the other hand, is usually a rush-rush affair and will leave me with at least one cut or more if I’m not so lucky. But just a couple of months ago, I started to find that shaving may not be so bad after all.
With so much focus on getting sun protection, I’m just not getting why we still see day creams or moisturizers in the market that contain no SPF. Seriously, what’s the point? I think it’s too much to get customers, especially those of us leaving in tropical climates to slather a moisturizer first, and then a sunscreen. If you ask me, I really think ALL day moisturizers should be made with some sun protection ingredients that offer at least SPF15, although I know many of you would prefer to see a higher number.