Angela Martini is a model, turned life coach, turned author. Martini’s memoir, LOVE HOPE LIGHT, could not be more pertinent to the times we are living in, in a world where safety and the future is uncertain. Her book, which was just released in the U.S. after being sold out in her home country of Albania, guides readers through doubt, anxiety and fear.
With nowhere to go, the opportunity to repair your possibly damaged hair is here. “Take this time to give your hair a break,” Justin Anderson, celebrity colorist and hairstylist whose clients include Jennifer Aniston and Miley Cyrus, and co-founder of dpHUE says. “Avoid over shampooing and gently cleanse and remove impurities with a hair rinse. It works without stripping the natural oils that are essential to the health of your scalp and hair.”
You should also be conditioning a little more, so that when you do return to the stylists chair, your hair is in optimal health.” Many of us could stand to deep condition more often, especially since a lot of us are not going to be able to see our stylists in the near future,” Taylor says. “I would recommend starting with a weekly deep conditioning treatment and going from there.”
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