Sometimes hair just takes dye differently. Also if you recently (like in the 3 months or so before you got salon dye done) used a boxed color from a store, that can totally change the way your hair takes any color. If you're naturally a blonde, your hair will more than likely take color better. If not, your hair might not take color as well. If it bothers you, you can always go back in and have them touch up the places. It shouldn't cost any extra, or you can just wait till the next time you color and just make sure to tell her to cover those spots especially well. And hey, you got three different colors of highlights and/or lowlights congrats lol. Unless it looks bad then....oops sorry.View Thread
I would suggest her get them checked out. Any spots that appear where sun is less likely to occur on a daily basis (granted all skin does get some sun exposure, even with clothes on), like under breasts, on the nether regions, feet, etc. should be checked out. Especially if they're new or are changing in either size, color, or shape. I'm not saying there's anything wrong, but what's the harm in getting them looked at? Nothing. Knowledge is power. If she doesn't want to go right away, have her photograph them once a month to mark if there really are changes occurring. If they get much bigger or darker, she should get them checked out. Wish her luck!View Thread
Do you mean like under your nails or the area around there? Or do you mean your cuticle bed? Orrrr do you mean your actual nails peeling? Lol. If you've recently been in a lot of water, either by washing dishes, your hands, showering more frequently, etc. all of those can cause peeling of anything nails. Try not using your cuticle oil if you think that could be it for a couple of weeks. Any change in your routine beauty wise can cause problems, though. If it persists or gets worse I suggest going to a doctor just to get it checked out. Which you luck View Thread
I have tiny little freckles on my lips. Well, they look like freckles at least they might just be sun spots. But I'm only 22, and I'm guessing that isn't really good? I do have a family history of skin cancer, and I do have very pale skin and burn easily. I try very hard to wear spf anything with my makeup, as I'm very scared of getting cancer (understandable) I'm just wondering if I should get it checked out or if it's nothing major and I should just keep an eye on it in case it changes or anything? Thank you for any help.View Thread
Hi, I need help. I noticed like last week, that I have two little black lines (they're not more then I'm going to say a quarter or an inch or less) near the edge of my thumb nail. My mom who's a nurse says it's nothing to worry about, but she doesn't really freak out about things. I cut my nail to see if that was it, but they're back again. If anyone has had something like this, or knows what I should do...please let me know?! I don't want to go to the doctor's unless I have to. If it's just damage to the nail, then that's fine. But I've never had this before. I want to make sure it's nothing serious. I know it's NOT doctor's that post on here, but someone out there has to be dealing with this. Or has. Thank you in advance! I really appreciate it.View Thread
It's not nail polish, it's not nail polish caught under the nail, it's not dirt, and it's not a one time thing since I have cut my nail and they reappeared in the same place. I should have specified that sorry.View Thread
I had this happen to me too, try using Dove body wash, then getting an anti-itch cream with 1% hydrocortisone. Take warm not hot showers, and keep them short if you can. Pat the skin dry, put the cream on, then cover with an extremely moisturizing lotion before the skin is fully dry. Make sure you use a lotion after. Also, if it seems to get worse after the skin gets warm, try and wear loose fitting clothes. If it doesn't start to get better, go to a doctor. It might be something else but I don't think it's ringworm. Mine was on my stomach and along my chest. I hope you find your answer soon!View Thread
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