This is just to confirm – if you weren’t already convinced – that Bad Hair Days are real and affect not only our appearance but also how we feel, work and socialise.
According to a study conducted at Yale University, “bad hair days” are real — the perception of bad hair actually produces negative consequences beyond not feeling good about how one looks. According to the study, directed by Dr. Marianne LaFrance, Professor of Psychology and Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at Yale University, “bad hair days” affect individuals’ self-esteem increasing self-doubt, intensifying social insecurities, and becoming more self-critical in general. “Interestingly, both women
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I’ve yet to meet anyone who feels that applying windscreen sealant to their follicles sounds appealing – but it looks like I might soon!
The latest ‘wonder’ hair care range contains filloxane, a substance which works very much in the same way as silica gel, which is commonly used to repair cracks in car windscreens. Filloxane (nicknamed ‘sol-gel’) works in a similar way. Products currently on the market to thicken hair do so by coating the outside of each strand of hair, but ‘sol-gel’ claims to work by penetrating the hair shaft, bulking it up from within.
L’Oreal, the makers of one of