Everyone's hair texture is different-and even the term curly hair can vary from person to person. As such, products are certainly not one-size-fits-all. I enlisted help from some of the lovely curly-topped editors in the office (each with a different type and texture) for advice on how they maintain their 'dos.
Alexis Novak is a yoga instructor, NASM-CPT, and mobility enthusiast. As a contributor for THE/THIRTY, Alexis will be sharing her knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics, and meditation to help you find your own personal balance between strength and serenity. Her approach to wellness is to simplify and keep a sense of humour.
Amanda Montell On the TV Land series Younger , 43-year-old actress Sutton Foster plays a 40-something book editor who's convinced all of her co-workers she's actually in her 20s in order to score a job. Foster's convincingly 27-year-old complexion isn't just TV magic: I witness firsthand proof of her age-defying visage upon meeting her at an event at JOANN-an unconventional place for a beauty event, but hey, the woman is a mom of a 1-year-old and loves to craft.
Getty Images I'm obsessed with eyebrows-as a fact, that's been well-documented. I'm fascinated with testing the best products and finding the most natural-looking shape, that's a given, but I've lately also found myself equally as interested in researching their history. Why are brows so important to us?
Camp Collection A new year is upon us, and while initially we may have vowed to be better versions of ourselves inВ 2017 ( I'm going to go to the gym every day! I'm going to go on a juice cleanse! I'm going to go vegan! ), vegging on the couch and consuming cheeseburgers sounds a bit more palatable. That's why come January 1, we're not making bold promisesВ we can't keep-instead, we're going to make small changes that won't set us up for failure.
Getty/Axelle/Bauer-Griffin Before we talk about the world's "most beautiful" people, let's make something clear: Beauty is totally subjective, and in no way, shape, or form is it consistent. In fact, there isn't even a physical definition of beauty. It's a shape-shifting quality that's unique to each person who has it.