I recently met someone who had the most beautiful head of soft shiny hair I'd ever felt on a grown person. It was chestnut-colored with natural sunlight-stroked highlights, and—again—I can't stress to you how damn soft it was. Being cosmetically curious, I asked, "What do you use on your hair?" to which I received a wholly self-pleased, "Oh nothing. I never wash it. I just rinse with water—" ... And then my brain glazed over once she dove into a diatribe of how putting products on your hair is BAD, and products are all BAD pretty much in general all-around.
And OK, sure—she's not technically wrong. But, good Lord! Had I known that a simple question would open me up to what I could only call a product-shaming tirade based on one's own very genetically-blessed follicles, I would've minded my own damn business. What is it about the voluntary rejection of products or tools that begets a certain smugness about not "needing" any cosmetic assistance? Readers, I thought about this long and hard. I thought about all the beauty brands born of... READ MORE +
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