Beauty Research: Make a Smooth Move to Alterna BAMBOO and Frederic Fekkai

Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, published an article today recommending smoothing hair products from Alterna BAMBOO and reparative hair masks from Frederic Fekkai.

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Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) September 21, 2012

Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, recently recommended hair smoothing product from Alterna and specialized repairing hair masks from Frederic Fekkai. Alterna a luxury hair care brand famous for lines such as Alterna Caviar, Alterna Hemp and Alterna Life. The latest Alterna BAMBOO line has several specialized categories. Frederic Fekkai is the creation of celebrity stylist Frederic Fekkai. The salon inspired products offer daily maintenance and treatments for all hair types.

“When it comes to sporting a gorgeous head of hair we all know that it takes professional results from professional hair care brands. Quality beauty products beget quality beautiful results…it’s as simple as that. However, we can potentiate those results even further by using quality professional products from brands that also have proven track records and excellent customer ratings and reviews. Frederic Fekkai and Alterna are two such brands! Both offer highly-rated, extremely quality professional hair care products that can turn lackluster hair into locks of soft, silky, head-turning, show-stopping hair!” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

See the full blog posting featuring Alterna and Frederic Fekkai at BeautyResearch.com.

Healthy, Sleek Locks with Frederic Fekkai and Alterna

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2012/09/21/healthy-sleek-locks-with-frederic-fekkai-and-alterna.aspx

Beauty Research covers a variety of topics on the subject of beauty and health. Check out these recent blog postings:

Probiotics – A Natural Remedy for Digestive Health

“By now most of you have probably heard many people singing the praises of probiotics. Probiotics are a group of microorganisms that are the same as, or very similar to, the bacteria in our gut. Just as antibiotics fight harmful bacteria, probiotics are often used to support and maintain good bacteria, thus are said to promote good health. Probiotics are available in some dairy foods as well as by supplemental form, such as capsules, tablets, liquids and powders. You’re probably already familiar with yogurts such as Activia which are said to contain live cultures and microorganisms in order to help regulate the digestive system. And there are a number of other probiotic-rich foods (as well as supplements) that are also becoming wildly celebrated and claim to aid in good digestive health.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2012/09/20/probiotics-a-natural-remedy-for-digestive-health.aspx

Eyelash Extensions – Benefits and Downsides

“Nothing makes for a prettier face than a pair of peepers completely framed by long, thick gorgeous eyelashes. However, since it’s extremely rare to be naturally blessed with them, many of us use lash enhancement products such as mascara, lash plumping serums and gels, eyelash dye, or even false eyelashes to get that dazzling and captivating big bold lashes look. Many feel that mascara isn’t quite enough to get the job done, however, they may also dislike the idea of false eyelashes, as they can look…well…false. They desire big gorgeous voluminous lashes but don’t want them to look fake and superficial. Luckily, there is indeed another option for obtaining, sporting and batting big long beautiful lashes.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2012/09/19/eyelash-extensions-benefits-and-downsides.aspx

Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The Alterna and Frederic Fekkai article as well as an Alterna and Frederic Fekkai forum can be found at BeautyResearch.com.


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