Bad Beauty Advice

Before you take a look at this infographic, I’d like to point out that some beauty advice is only relevant to specific situations. What’s best for you might not be best for your friend, and vice versa.

I often hear people say that someone’s beauty advice was wrong, and some have even made that comment about some of my advice. The beauty industry is forever-changing and constant education is important for keeping up skills, knowledge, and techniques. So, some things are neither right, nor wrong….it just depends on your hair and skin type, daily routine, products you use, etc.


There’s a lot of solid beauty advice out there — great tips on styling, makeup and nail care for as far as the eye can see. But every once in a while, we stumble upon a tidbit of advice that turns out to be oh-so-wrong, leaving us with less than stellar beauty results.

Read on to discover the bad beauty advice to avoid and the much better advice to follow instead.

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Bad Beauty Advice, Avoid Bad Advice from Your Head to Toes Created By: Ogle School

Hair:

There’s a common misconception out there that brushing and/or styling your hair when it’s wet is just fine, and it doesn’t help that it is a convenient excuse when you’re running late and don’t have the time to wait for your hair to dry before running a comb through it. But wet hair is much more prone to breakage, unwanted stretching and split ends, and brushing and styling those wet strands will leave your mane damaged and lank.

It’s best to wait for your wet tresses to dry before brushing. If you’re in too much of a hurry and simply can’t wait, towel dry your hair and run a wide-toothed comb through it to prevent breakage. You’ll also want to lightly saturate it with a thermal heat serum, like Wella’s Thermal Image Heat Protection Spray, to prevent any heat damage while styling with a blow-dryer or flat iron. Read More…



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