On this episode of the Beauty Brains we cover a variety of topics for both hair and skin. On this show…
- Can you use regular hair color after using henna
- Why can’t you buy red lipstick, or can you?
- Is sunscreen causing cancer?
- Is hygral fatigue a real thing?
Recall Roundup – We check the FDA website so you don’t have to
skyn ICELAND Solutions for Stressed Skin Micellar Cleansing Water with ARCTIC ALGAE – RECALLED
Nature’s Truth Recalls Wintergreen Essential Oil – RECALLED
Caviar Anti-Aging Replenishing Moisture CC Creme – RECALLED
Question 1 – I heard that if you apply henna (just henna) on your hair, you can’t apply regular color on the hair (the one that uses peroxide), or vice versa. I would like to know if this is true, and if so the scientific explanation behind it. I do love the show and I would really appreciate if you could answer my question
Question 2 – Monica says she can’t find a true red lipstick. I try one on and it reads pink, brown or orange. I heard they outlawed an ingredient to make it red. Did this really happen? Can you get a red lipstick?
Question 3 – Alicia from Instagram – a huge fan of the podcast, didn’t know who to rant to, so she contacted us. Alicia says, “This is the most outrageous blog post I have ever read concerning sun protection. Where is she getting these claims!? The headline: ‘Is your sunscreen doing more harm than good? Probably.’”
Question 4 – Is hygral fatigue a real thing? You shouldn’t let hair stay wet too long. Is this true?
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