The Best of Beauty and Wellness News This Week

Between Instagram, Twitter and online content, there’s an overwhelming amount of information out there. Sometimes all we want to know about are the specific top stories in a certain sector for that day or week. For that purpose, we’ve started with the beauty and wellness sphere, collating this week’s top stories from the industry. Pick and choose articles to read as you please but at least this way, we all have a little more hope of staying in the loop with the content we love.

How To Master a Salon-Worthy Blow-Dry At Home – In Just 15 Minutes

“Achieving a salon-worthy blow-dry at home is no mean feat. First, there’s choosing the best shampoo and conditioner for gravity-defying volume. Then there’s juggling the brushes that’ll (hopefully) give you accidentally perfect, Olsen twin-inspired waves, and choosing the right heat setting on your hairdryer without burning your scalp. That’s before we’ve touched on the inevitable arm ache that ensues after just a few minutes…”

“But according to hairstylist James Earnshaw, an at-home blow-dry doesn’t have to be as hard as we make it. In fact, you can nail a professional-looking finish in a few straightforward steps – without a barrel brush in sight.”

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Spring Haircut Looks & Ideas 2019

“The key to powering through the first few weeks of spring is keeping yourself busy. Whether that’s planning a long weekend in a new city or a date night at the French restaurant down the street, you want to sprinkle your iCal with a few events that’ll keep your mind off April showers and on the Easter goodness to come. And the easiest way to punctuate an otherwise average workweek is to call the salon, and book yourself a haircut.”

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How To Access Affordable Therapy, No Matter Where You Are

“Mental health coverage and substance use disorder services have been recognized as a primary need through most individual and small group health insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid (though it varies by state and plan). However, coverage still isn’t within arm’s reach or is too expensive for many individuals, so many have never had the opportunity to see a therapist or receive treatment, despite the fact one in five adults in the U.S.—43.8 million, or 18.5%—experiences mental illness in a given year.

So we thought we’d share some options for cost-effective therapy below, whether you have insurance or not. It’s time to beat the stigma of seeking help for mental illness, and beat it affordably.”

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How Much Can Yoga Really Help Anxiety?

“I’m not what you might call a ‘calm’ person. I’ve always had trouble sitting still, my mind races at a thousand thoughts an hour, and I’m usually found doing about three things at once. Yoga, in all its zen beauty, wasn’t a natural fit for me. But acknowledging that perhaps this frantic element of my personality is what fuels my sporadic bouts of anxiety, I accepted the challenge to train myself into being calm, if it didn’t come naturally.”

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A Day In The Life Of: The Founder of a Running Community

“I mostly work at home from my kitchen, which is a lovely, bright space with a massive table and huge windows so I can always see the sky! I feel lucky to be able to run the business from here, as I do the school run and am at my desk 10 minutes later so I can make the most out of every day, while still fitting work around my family.”

“I also love the flexibility of being able to work wherever I want – and being able to offer the same to my team. We often have team catch-ups on the move, out for a walk or a run by the river, where we can clear our heads and come up with our best ideas. I’ve interviewed people on runs in the woods, and some of my team have got their work done in cafes in Wales after a bike ride, or in the mountains in France. Not only does This Mum Runs champion headspace and freedom for our community, but we’re building it into the fabric of the business too.”

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Niamh Crawford-Walker

Niamh is a full time fashion and features writer at The Style Edit. Her work has previously appeared in IMAGE magazine, and Emirates Woman.

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