Hello and happy Sunday. It’s crazy to think that it’s been a year since my post on vitamin supplements was published. Here’s a little update: I didn’t repurchase the Sugar Bear Hair Care vitamins, but I kept taking B Complex, although not with the consistency that I used to.
I haven’t cut my hair since August 2016, so it’s pretty damn long, my nails grow at a nice and steady pace, and my skin is generally clear. I want, however, healthier hair, stronger nails, and a better skin (you know, less breakouts), so I decided to give Halo Beauty a chance for one month and bring you weekly updates.
In the picture, my nails are short and naked, which almost never happens, but in order to test Halo Beauty, I felt that I had to let the nails really grow.
For a month, I’m not going to file my nails (I never clip them, so that’s not going to be an issue, either), and although I’ll be painting them, I’ll try to have them naked in these updates.
I want to see if Halo Beauty can help with the strength, rather than the growth of my nails. We’ll see what happens with that.
Say hello to my I-just-woke-up-what-is-going-on face. For these updates not only is my face going to be naked, I’m going to take the pictures before even washing it or applying moisturizer.
I’ve seen pictures of people who’ve tried Halo Beauty and whose skin is way clearer in terms of breakouts. That’s what I want this product to do for me (I mean, look at that chin).
Finally, I want my hair to be healthier. Not cutting my hair for almost two years has resulted in split ends and dryness, which I control with oils and other products, but I still want the new hair to be thick and strong.
Have you tried Halo Beauty or any product similar to it? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
Love, Miss Camila