I’m always on the lookout for amazing drugstore intensive conditioners. When you color, straighten, curl and blow-dry your dry hair into oblivion, you need to help rehabilitate it back to life! Problem is, so many of the best intensive conditioners are treatments are just so damn expensive, and I hate only recommending products that break the bank.
My go-to exfoliant? Pevonia Enzymo-Spherides Peeling Cream. It’s a creamy, delicious-smelling mask featuring pineapple and papaya enzymes, and works in as few as 5 minutes (although I like leaving it on for about 15 or 20). In an ideal world, I’d slather it on once a week, but in reality, I only find the time about once a month.
When I was in London back in April, I spent my first few nights staying with my friend Jerramy Fine. I was there writing articles about Kate Middleton’s wedding and Jerramy was prepping to launch her Princess Prep camp, so like any good royal obsessives, we spent several hours deep-diving on all things Windsor.
Jerramy had been invited to take part in a Grazia magazine article on “Harry Hunters”: American women who come to England to stalk Prince Harry in the hopes of becoming the next Kate Middleton. She was fairly horrified by the idea, but me being, well, me, I thought it was hilarious and wanted to take part. Grazia is sort of the UK equivalent of People magazine but with more fashion and beauty–a nice mention for a budding royalty writer. After my press debacle several years ago, I’ve developed a thicker skin: any press is good press, as long as they spell your name correctly, right? (Oh! Silly Jolie! Have you learned nothing?)
I will summarize the highlights of the night for you…