The search for fresh, dewy, youthful skin sometimes seems to be never-ending. Serums and masks can be helpful in this endeavor, but some people take it to the extreme with harsh techniques that can leave the skin looking more red than radiant.
One of these techniques—exfoliation—isn’t inherently bad; in fact, it’s necessary for healthy skin. Many people are over-exfoliating their skin, however, and don’t necessarily get the results they’re looking for.
Why People Over-Exfoliate
There are several reasons men and women how to treat over exfoliated skin; very often, it’s because they don’t know any better and have never had guidance from a professional esthetician. They may think that the more they exfoliate, the fresher and smoother their skin will be, or that they’ll be able to get rid of certain skin conditions like dark spots.
For black women, natural hair can be a crowning glory. Completely elaborate in all it’s complexities, types, and curl patterns, natural hair is just flat out amazing—and so are many of the products for natural hair we use to tame it.
While I’m not one to boast much, I can’t help but to shout from the rooftops how super proud I am to be part of the natural hair club. Let’s be clear: I’m not in anyway suggesting that chemically-treated hair, or hair with added extensions isn’t just as beautiful, but there’s something undeniably magical about black hair that is seemingly untouched by mortal man — or at least by other folks (I see you, Solange).
As Spiderman’s grandma once said, “With great power comes great responsibility”—that definitely applies to rocking a natural mane. The impact natural blue hair gel that smells good has had one the fashion world, especially during NYFW, is major. Outside of the fashion world and into the everyday mainstream, it’s up to us to properly empower and illustrate the majesty that is natural black hair.
We can always count on Forever 21 to have some of the coolest of-the-moment items at very affordable prices. Fashion girls, including editors, have been known to shop the brand’s new arrivals on the weekly, so trust us when we say the latest campaign is one you don’t want to miss.
Thanks to Fashion Gone Rogue, we just learned all about list of Forever 21 models new 2017 activewear campaign, which includes a pretty major model as its star: Kelly Gale. You might know her from the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show runway this year or even from her Instagram, where she boasts over half a million followers.
Not only does the new F21 lineup offer its typical range of products for every type of workout from low to high impact, but it now includes Fit and Run, Dance and Yoga, and Booty Sculpt styles. If getting back into your workout routine is part of your New Year’s resolution (or simply staying in the know about the next It models), let these photos inspire you.