I think the hardest thing about living in Korea, as a foreigner, is what feels like constant scrutiny. Maybe it's easier in Seoul, or Busan, places where being a foreigner is no longer so noteworthy, but in my small city and smaller neighborhood, I feel as if everyone is super interested in anything and everything I do, from the moment I step outside my door. If I buy bread at the bakery, the owner wants to know why I'm buying it. For dinner? Breakfast? If I run into my students, they want to know where I'm going, why am I going there, who will I meet? Friends? Korean friends? American? A boy? Girl? Your boyfriend? North Korean spies?
Etude House Silk Scarf Double Care Hair Mask in my local Etude House, I knew I had to try it.
I have done some unholy things to my hair, from heat styling to bleaching to multiple dye jobs in one week, so when I saw the
There are several saloons in Korea with high technology and good techniques for hair care.
The hair is just like a graden hence it needs good nourishing and lot of care.
But sometimes environment, food habits, lifestyle, imbalance in diet, change in climate effects the hair growth and the texture. Every person has its own hair texture based on their family history and gentics but caring for your original normal hair is very important. Nowadays, hair coloring, straighting, perming etc is quite common, as everybody wants a new look. In the saloon they use several kinds of different products which hamper the growth of the hair and effects the texture.
These days I find many of my friends are facing the hair loss problems in South Korea. Generally, Koreans have beautiful hair with but little thin and very straight. Either they straighten their hair or sometimes its natural but straight hair is very much in fashion in South Korea.