La Alborada Thu, 29 Sep 2022 11:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 La Alborada 32 32 Cloud Marketing Platform Market Global Demands, Size, Share, Trend, Marketing Features, Key Players and Forecast to 2027 Thu, 29 Sep 2022 11:00:00 +0000

PUNE, India, September 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — ReportsnReports added Global Cloud Marketing Platforms Market by Component (Platforms and Services), Deployment Mode (Public Cloud and Private Cloud), Marketing Functions, Organization Size, Vertical, Region and forecasts up to 2027 in its advanced database.

Global cloud marketing platform market size is expected to grow from $11.7 billion in 2022 at $17.8 billion by 2027, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.7% over the forecast period. Businesses can send automated messages to customers via email, web, social media, and SMS using the cloud marketing platform. Marketing workflows, which are sets of guidelines, control the automatic sending of messages. It can be created from scratch, customized using templates, or modified mid-campaign to improve performance on a cloud marketing platform.

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Based on organization size, SME segment is expected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period

SMBs are expected to grow at a higher CAGR of 10.6% over the forecast period, while the large enterprise sector is expected to hold a larger market share based on organization size. Therefore, the adoption of cloud marketing platforms is comparatively higher in large organizations than in SMBs. are increasingly implementing marketing cloud platform solutions. Due to the more intense competition in the industry, SMBs should invest in marketing cloud platform products and services and implement go-to-market plans to make better business choices. The implementation of cloud-based marketing platforms and related services is expected to increase the ability of SMEs to manage risk, reduce administrative costs, comply with regulations and achieve beneficial business results.

Depending on the region, Asia Pacific grow at the highest CAGR over the forecast period

Depending on the region, the Asia Pacific It is estimated to hold the highest compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.5% in the cloud marketing platform market. The main economies of the Asia Pacific region, as China, India, Japanand the rest of Asia Pacific, exhibit a rapid pace of cloud marketing platform. The region’s cloud marketing platform market is expected to be driven by untapped potential markets, growing penetration of advanced technologies, and development of applications across numerous industries. As businesses in the region are rapidly adopting cloud marketing platforms to provide customers with a better experience, the market for these platforms is growing rapidly in Asia Pacific. Cloud marketing platforms are being widely adopted by BFSI, retail and consumer goods, and media and entertainment industries to enhance their marketing efforts. As a result, cloud marketing platform providers are turning to the Asia Pacific as a region with high development potential for their cloud marketing platforms.

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According to the component, the services segment is expected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period

Based on components, the service segment is estimated to hold the highest compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.9% in the cloud marketing platform market. Cloud marketing platforms are further categorized into professional services and managed services. The professional services segment is further sub-segmented into consulting, integration and implementation services, and training, support and maintenance. The cloud marketing platform services segment will have a bright future in various marketing application integrations. Managed services are services provided by external vendors to manage the difficulties of business operations. These services reduce expenses, increase overall revenue and improve productivity.

Distribution of primaries

In-depth interviews were conducted with CEOs, chief innovation and technology officers, system integrators, and executives from various key organizations operating in the cloud marketing platform market.

  • By company: Level I: 32%, Level II: 49% and Level III: 19%
  • By designation: C-level executives: 33%, D-level executives: 22% and managers: 45%
  • By region: Asia Pacific: 35%, Europe: 20%, North America: 40%, Rest of the World: 5%

The report includes the study of key players offering cloud marketing platforms. It profiles the major vendors in the Cloud Marketing Platform market. Some of the major vendors in the cloud marketing platform market are Adobe (US), Salesforce (US), Oracle (US), Pega Systems (US), HubSpot (US), SAP (Germany), SAS (US), Redpoint Global (US), Cheetah Digital (US), Acoustic (US), Braze (US), Acquia (US), Cision (US) United States), Insider (United States), Sitecore (United States), Resulticks (United States), Fico (United States), Selligent (Belgium), Zeta Global (US), Algonomy (US), Platformly (British Virgin Islands), Mapp (US), ConvertLab (China), SocialPilot (US), OneSignal (US), Bluecore (US), CleverTap (US), Optimove (US), MoEngage (US) and Iterable (US) .

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The market study covers the cloud marketing platform market across all segments. It aims to estimate the market size and growth potential of this market across different segments, such as components, deployment types, marketing functions, organization size, verticals, and regions. It includes an in-depth competitive analysis of major market players, their company profiles, key observations related to product and business offerings, recent developments, and key market strategies.

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Size, Growth Opportunities, Current Trends, Predictions to 2028 – The Colby Echo News Thu, 29 Sep 2022 02:48:30 +0000

Global Lead-Free Radiation Shielding Products Market Outlook 2022-2028 is a compilation of the market which is fully broken down based on types, applications, trends, and opportunities, mergers and acquisitions, drivers and constraints and global reach. The report is properly segmented and sub-segmented so that it can shed light on all aspects of the market such as product type, application, and region. The report predicts the future revenue, growth, and trend of the global Lead-Free Radiation Shielding Products market based on recent developments and past data. The report offers a detailed study of an industry board interpretation from a variety of data points. The study is dedicated to providing niche markets, potential risks and a comprehensive competitive strategy analysis in different fields.

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The study is also divided into an analytical space where the prediction is given through primary and secondary research methodologies. The report has been prepared based on an in-depth analysis of Global Lead-Free Radiation Shielding Products Market by a team of industry experts, dynamic analysts, skillful forecasters and knowledgeable researchers. This report is amazingly characterized by the application of multiple charts, graphs and tables depending on the scope of data and information involved. Regulatory scenario, PEST and PORTER analysis are performed. Additionally, we have access to many reputable paid database sources, which ensures reliability. We focus on data validation by interviewing raw material suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, end users, etc.


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The market report includes a number of market dynamics and estimates of growth rate and market value based on market dynamics and growth inducing factors. The report provides descriptions of the impact these findings may have on the growth prospects of the global lead-free radiation shielding products market during the considered period. The report analyzes the level of competition for the product globally. In summary, the segment follows the current business position, thus retaining in the projection period 2022 as the start year and 2028 as the end year. Product launch events, company profiles of top companies, definition and product portfolio are shown in this report.

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Ex-Fed Economist Offers Chances to Avoid Recession: ‘Less than 50-50’ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 15:00:00 +0000

Economist Don Kohn, 79, spent 40 years in the Federal Reserve system, serving as a member and then vice chairman of the Board of Governors from 2002 to 2010. He is now a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. He lives in Washington with his wife.

The Big Picture: As a 40-year veteran of the Federal Reserve System, how do you explain why we see the inflation we see today?

Unfortunately, there is no simple answer. It’s a combination of factors. Among them are the issues emerging from covid – people leaving the workforce, supply chain issues, shortages of automotive chips, things like that – which have put upward pressure on these prices. . People were looking for more homes and further out of town, so demand for homes was high, putting upward pressure on prices.

Another issue is the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which halted grain exports until very recently, and the boycott of Russian gas and oil has dramatically increased energy prices. The economy was running very hot even before pressure from Ukraine on gas and food prices added to it. The demand was very strong. We rebounded very quickly from the pandemic and had applied many stimulus measures to the economy, both fiscally, with several large fiscal packages, culminating in the US bailout under the Biden administration, and monetary , where monetary policy reacted very strongly to the shutdown of the economy in March 2020 but kept its foot on the accelerator for some time thereafter.

You said the strength of demand was “helped and abetted” by the stimulative fiscal and monetary policies, giving the impression that you thought it was too much?

With 20/20 hindsight, yes. It was hard to see at the time. When the US bailout was passed, there was a lot of talk about how we didn’t apply enough aid to the economy from the fiscal policy that came out of the 2008 financial crisis- 2009. So people wanted to make sure – administration, certainly – that they were doing enough this time to get people back to work. It was: push anything you could think of that would help. Then, on the monetary side, the Federal Reserve had some of the same thoughts in mind: let’s not recover slowly from this. Let’s get people back to work quickly, the economy recovers quickly, the financial markets work well. So they bet everything on monetary stimulus.

Did you think that was the right level at the time?

At the time, I thought we needed all the stimulus we could get, that the economy could recover very quickly from covid when it reopened. But no one knew. And therefore, it was better to overdo it than to do too little. I think the problem for the Federal Reserve is when did it become clear that there was too much stimulus, and could it have withdrawn some of it sooner, especially given the extent to which fiscal policy was stimulating?

Even Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the Fed’s slow start to use its tools has contributed to current inflation, and a soft landing would be quite difficult to achieve at this point.

Yes. And I agree. They could have moved a little faster, a little earlier. But one of the misconceptions about inflation is that it’s all the fault of the Fed. I think the Fed contributed to it, but there are a lot of other things going on: covid, Putin, etc. The Fed had a role to play in letting it get to that level. But, to their credit, they recognize it and have taken steps to address it.

As inflation continues to rise, what parallels do you see with the earlier period, in the late 1970s and early 1980s, when you were at the Fed under Chairman Volcker?

There are parallels, but there are really important differences. The parallels are what are called supply shocks. back at the end In the 1970s, Iran cut off its oil supplies, which drove up oil prices. Problems in agriculture have pushed up agricultural prices. And these came in an environment of already very high inflation and in which people had no confidence that the Fed would reduce inflation.

Right now, I think people have that confidence. People say the Fed has learned the lessons of the 1970s and, as Jay Powell has often said, it’s not going to let this thing get out of control again. They recognize that Paul Volcker has set an example they can emulate. And Paul Volcker wasn’t popular in some parts of Congress during [that time]. Everyone looks back now and says, “Isn’t it wonderful? But at the time, there was a lot of tension.

I read about President Volcker getting two-by-fours and things like that in the mail from people frustrated with his actions.

So the two-by-fours were sent out by the builders and had messages like, “If it wasn’t for you, it would be used to build a house.” That sort of thing. They were upset both about inflation and on the weakness in the economy that resulted from Volcker’s efforts to control inflation.

You must have been quite young at the time. What was it like for you to be on the inside when these wildly unpopular actions were being taken by the Fed?

It was exhilarating to some degree because we were living in the 1970s, and inflation was getting worse and worse, and people inside the Federal Reserve were unwilling to take the necessary steps to fix it. to face. So, as a young staff member, it was gratifying to see Chairman Volcker and the Federal Open Market Committee take these steps and do what was necessary.

It was a bit scary and worrying because there was a very, very deep recession. Looking back, this paved the way for three decades of growth. But at the time, you didn’t know that. And there were all these protests. So among the things President Volcker agreed to do with consumer groups was to send people to talk to consumer groups across the country. And I was part of it. I went to Seattle with a more experienced staff member. And it was a difficult thing. I mean, we were booed. We were asked tough personal questions about our finances. There were a lot of unhappy people there.

When you were out there talking to people and hearing their frustration, hearing their pain, how clearly did you think at the time that what the Fed was doing was right – or did you fear maybe it is, in fact, a little too much?

No. I felt it was the right thing to do. The purpose of the protests was to impress upon the Federal Reserve that there were costs to this. I knew it. I remember one day when farmers circled tractors around the Federal Reserve building to protest high interest rates. There was a lot of tension. But also a great feeling that you were doing the right thing, and the confidence that it would eventually work. But it would be nice to have it [happen] sooner rather than later.

Do you think the recent Inflation Reduction Act reduces inflation – or is the name more of a message?

I think it will have very, very minor effects on inflation. This will reduce the price of drugs and other things. I consider the “reducing inflation” part to be helpful but will not be its major effect. Its main effect will be to fight climate change, and we absolutely need to do that.

At the moment, what are the scenarios that worry you the most?

On the inflation side, I fear it will take some time, and at some cost, to bring inflation back to within glaring distance of the Fed’s 2%. [target] interval. I fear that there are further shocks on the supply side. There could be additional problems resulting from the aggression against Ukraine and other types of aggression that could occur elsewhere in the world. I’m afraid the labor market is very tight and wages are rising very quickly, which helps people catch up with inflation, but if companies start pricing in rapid wage increases, you might get an effect spiral.

How much pain do you think we’ll see? Do you think there will be a small recession?

Not necessarily. I think it’s very difficult to predict these kinds of things. As President Powell said, there will be pain. The unemployment rate needs to rise to reduce the pressure on the labor market to reduce vacancies relative to people looking for work. It’s very hard to say how much it needs to increase and a lot depends on how rigid the wage/price process is, if there are additional supply shocks, how China ends up dealing with covid and those supply chain issues supply.

I think it’s hard for people to understand that the idea that rising unemployment is a good thing.

I think it’s true. I agree. And that’s not a good thing, right? The more people employed, the better. But when you push the envelope so hard that everyone’s prices go up very quickly, then obviously that’s too much. And some of the drop in unemployment just isn’t sustainable in the context of those high inflation numbers that not everyone likes. It must therefore be dropped. And even at a bit higher unemployment — I mean, we’re at 3.5 [percent] now; if we were at 4, 4.5, it’s still a very low unemployment rate in the history of the United States. Even 5% would be a pretty low unemployment rate. And what that means is not that a lot of people are permanently laid off, but it may take them a little longer to find a new job and so on. So it’s not great. There is pain, that’s for sure. But the gain over time will more than offset the short-term pain.

We talked about what could go wrong, but looking to the future, what could possibly go wrong?

I think the best case scenario is that there is some increase in the unemployment rate, but not a big increase. Labor markets come under pressure fairly quickly, wage increases are weaker and the price increases are much lower, and this thing simmers pretty quickly over the next two years. More shocks, more bad things coming out of Ukraine or other assaults, covid effects fading and people going back to work. But that’s when all is well and nothing is wrong.

Which happens all the time. So if you were a gambler, how likely do you think this type of optimal scenario is?

Less than 50-50. Unfortunately, there are just a lot of things in the world that could go wrong. I certainly hope the best case scenario is what happens, but even in an unfavorable case, the Fed is keeping an eye out for stable prices/maximum employment targets that will come out the other side. So the worst case scenario is that it takes us longer to get there. In the best case, it takes us less time. But we will get there.

This interview has been edited and condensed.

]]> Hawaii Tourism Authority Releases Visitor Education and Marketing RFP for Japanese Market Tue, 27 Sep 2022 00:55:00 +0000

September 26, 2022, 2:55 p.m. HST
* Updated September 26, 2:57 p.m.

Japanese tourists on the Big Island. File photo: Japan Airlines

The Hawaii Tourism Authority has issued a Request for Proposals for Strategic Visitor Education and Destination Marketing and Brand Management Services for the Japanese Market.

Through this procurement process, the authority will select a qualified contractor to provide visitor education and brand management services in Japan.

The contractor’s work will support a new regenerative tourism model for Hawai’i that is guided by the mission of Mālama Ku’u Home (Caring for Our Beloved Home), the authority’s 2020-2025 strategic plan and community destination management. Action plans.


Job performance will be measured against key performance indicators in accordance with the tourism authority’s strategic plan, including increase in average daily visitor spend and increase in total visitor spend.

All interested applicants should register and attend the Tourism Authority’s pre-proposal conference via Zoom to be informed of the procurement process and to ask questions. The pre-proposal conference will take place at 3 p.m. HST on September 30. To register, visit

Interested applicants must also register their intention to submit proposals by 4:30 p.m. HST on October 3. Proposals must be delivered to HTA by 2 p.m. HST on October 28, 2022.


The new contract will start on January 1, 2023 and will replace the current contract which is due to end on December 31, 2022.

RFP 23-01 and its associated attachments can be downloaded from the State of Hawaii Electronic Procurement (HIePRO) system at, or from the RFP page of the site Web HTA at

Market chaos forces UK lenders to withdraw mortgage products Mon, 26 Sep 2022 17:13:00 +0000

Estate agent sales and letting signs are attached to railings outside an apartment building in south London, Britain September 23, 2021. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

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LONDON, Sept 26 (Reuters) – Turmoil in Britain’s financial markets on Monday forced mortgage lenders to temporarily withdraw products and reprice products for new customers, a concrete consequence of market volatility sparked by the government’s mini-budget. Finance Minister Kwasi Kwarteng last week.

Brokers said the moves were likely just the start of a big shift in the UK mortgage market.

The nation’s largest mortgage lender, Halifax, said it was withdrawing its paying mortgage products – where borrowers could pay an arrangement fee in exchange for a lower interest rate – and switching to a full range free of charge.

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Virgin Money and Skipton Building Society have temporarily withdrawn their entire ranges, with the former aiming for a relaunch later in the week, according to emails sent to brokers seen by Reuters.

Kwarteng sent the pound and government bonds into a tailspin on Friday with a so-called mini-budget designed to grow the economy by funding tax cuts with huge increases in government borrowing.

“Due to significant changes in the cost of financing, we are making some changes to our product line,” a Halifax spokesperson said.

The yield on five-year UK government bonds – a crucial benchmark for lenders’ mortgage funding – soared 96 basis points on Monday and Friday combined, the biggest increase in borrowing costs since Refinitiv’s records began in 1987.

“Following last week’s (Bank of England) meeting and the government’s subsequent mini-budget, we continue to see the market response unfold,” Skipton Building Society said in an email to brokers.

“In response, we will be temporarily withdrawing our new commercial product line with immediate effect.”

Virgin Money said its withdrawal of mortgage products for new customers would take place at 8 p.m. (1900 GMT).

“We continue to monitor the situation closely and are currently planning to relaunch products for new customers towards the end of the week,” Virgin Money said.

Halifax, part of Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L), said there were no changes to the pricing of its products and it continued to offer no-cost options on all product terms and at all loan-to-value levels.

Brokers said other lenders were certain to make big changes to their mortgage offerings.

“Uncertainty around the risk of an emergency rate hike is likely to see other lenders pull product or raise rates significantly until they know how well this all plays out,” he said. said Jamie Lennox, director of Dimora Mortgages, a broker.

Others said mortgage rates were likely to skyrocket, with the Bank of England saying on Thursday it would not hesitate to change interest rates “as much as necessary” to bring inflation back to his goal.

“This will mean higher mortgage rates and, as always, the taxpayer will bear the brunt,” said Lewis Shaw, founder of brokerage Shaw Financial Services.

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How to buy financial services Sun, 25 Sep 2022 08:00:00 +0000


Shopping for an investment advisor, planner, accountant, bank, broker or any other financial service can be stressful. There are so many options, and without a background in finance, sorting through qualified, unqualified, and downright dishonest candidates can seem overwhelming. When you hire someone, you entrust them with your finances and your future; this knowledge adds weight to the decision. Fortunately, there are a few basic steps you can take to protect yourself and your finances from scammers, and ensure you’re getting the best service possible.

Do your research. Before signing up for a financial service, do your own research. Find out what type of service you need, how it works, and if any fees are required. Don’t be afraid to call reputable companies to find out how their services work. Many are willing to sit down with potential clients to discuss their services, so schedule a free consultation. Also use to search for complaint histories and reviews of specific companies.

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Ask your friends, your family. It’s a great way to discover reputable lenders, banks, and accountants who have already built a good reputation in your community.

Discover, compare. Once you have a few service providers in mind, spend some time researching them. Do their services meet your expectations? Call or visit to ask them questions. Create a pros/cons list for each service. This will help you see clearly which service best suits your needs.

Check professional licenses and certifications. Most financial service providers are required to maintain certain licenses, professional certifications, and errors and omissions insurance coverage. Contact your state’s regulatory agencies to check what is required where you live.

Put it all in writing. Read written agreements and contracts carefully before signing them. If you have any questions, ask. Never assume things will work out just because someone seems trustworthy. If there are aspects of a contract that you don’t understand, find out what they mean before agreeing to the terms.

Watch for red flags. Beware of people who push you to sign up quickly for their services, claiming that you’ll “miss out” if you don’t act now. Unsolicited callers asking for your personal information are usually scams, as are offers that seem too good to be true. If you’re buying services online, look for any service provider that doesn’t want to reveal their office location.

Armed with knowledge, you can avoid scammers, protect your finances, and get financial services tailored to your needs.

FanDuel Promo Code Offer: $1000 No Sweat Saturday Bet Sat, 24 Sep 2022 19:39:13 +0000

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How to Choose the Right Social Media Marketing Service Sat, 24 Sep 2022 06:51:01 +0000

Did you know that 91% of marketers who use social media say it has improved their organization’s reputation?

From marketing to recruiting, social media can benefit your organization in many ways. But to really see these benefits, you need to use the right social media marketing services.

Here are some tips to help you choose the best social media marketing service for your business.

Assess your needs

If you’re like most people, you know social media marketing is important, but you might not know where to start. It is important to choose the right social media marketing company that best suits your needs. Here are four factors to consider when assessing your needs:

Your goals: What do you want to achieve with social media marketing? Want to increase brand awareness, drive traffic to your website, or generate leads?

Your budget: How much are you willing to spend on social media marketing?

Your time: How much time can you devote to social media marketing?

What to look for in a service provider

When it comes to social media marketing, there are many service providers. So how do you choose the right one? Here are some things to look for:

First, make sure the service provider has a good understanding of different social media platforms. They need to know how to use each platform to its full potential.

Second, the service provider must be able to create high quality content. This content should be engaging and informative, and it should help promote your brand.

Third, the service provider must meet your needs and be able to provide you with regular reports on your social media marketing campaign.

Fourth, the service provider must be affordable. You don’t want to spend a lot of money on something that won’t produce results.

Finally, make sure the service provider you choose is one you can trust. This is someone who will be representing your brand online, so you want to make sure they are professional and reliable.

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Decide on goals to pursue with social media marketing service

Are you looking to increase brand awareness, drive traffic to your website, or generate leads? Once you know what your goals are, you can start researching and comparing different social media marketing services.

Look for a service that offers the features and tools you need to help you achieve your goals. For example, if you want to increase your brand awareness, look for a service that offers features like social media monitoring and reporting.

If you want to generate leads, look for a service that offers features like lead capture forms and targeted advertising. Once you find a few services that seem promising, take the time to read reviews and compare prices.

Choose the service that best suits your needs

Now that you know how to choose the right social media marketing service, it’s time to get started! Choose a service that best suits your needs and budget, and start growing your business today.

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I Tried Biolage’s New 100% Cruelty-Free Hair Care Products and Here’s What I Thought Fri, 23 Sep 2022 14:52:51 +0000

It’s the ultimate confidence booster, it can be an expression of gender identity or personal style and it has deep cultural significance. Of course, I’m talking about the hair. A potentially difficult art to master, styling your locks doesn’t have to be a conundrum.

Everyone has a personal relationship with their mane. Mine – thick, coarse and mostly misbehaved – spent most of its life tied up in a bun. I feel like I’ve been looking for a panacea for these curls since I was born, and the magic potion escaped me.

Recently, after squeezing out the last drops of product from a proven hair care system, I ventured to the salon for a shag cut and professional advice.

After talking to a stylist – who suggested I focus on keeping my hair hydrated – I searched for vegan, sustainably packaged, and cruelty-free solutions for dryness. This research led me to Biolagea professional brand of herbal hair care.

Available at Chatters and on AmazonBiolage’s HydraSource range looked exactly like the doctor (or stylist) ordered. This line of moisturizers are packaged with 100% recycled plastic, which is a huge plus.

So I bet everything on the Ultra HydraSource Conditioning Balm ($26), the Hydra Source Shampoo ($26), the Ultra Hydrasource Leave-In Cream ($26) and the HydraSource Deep Hydration Pack ($19).

For those also exhausted by the Sysiphean search for sustainable hair care that actually works, here is my review of Biolage HydraSource range.

Biolage Hydra Source Shampoo

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To start, I grabbed the super-sleek shampoo bottle and hopped in the shower, following the directions on the back label (which also let me know that these Biolage products are paraben-free).

It had a silky gel-like consistency and a sweet floral scent – which I learned is Biolage Aromascience’s signature scent.

I lathered it up, focusing on my scalp and rinsed it all out. Pro tip: Apparently, this shampoo is also ideal for anyone with colored hair.

Biolage HydraSource Revitalizing Balm

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The next step was revitalizing balm. This creamy white product was thicker than shampoo but smelled just as nice.

I applied a generous coat from roots to ends and noticed that a little goes a long way. This, to me, is always a good sign for a sustainable product (plus it minimizes waste).

I left it on for a good three minutes, taking that time to put on some Taylor Swift before washing out the conditioner. My hair instantly detangled and felt lush to the touch.

Biolage HydraSource Daily Leave-In Cream

After my shower, I toweled a microfiber towel until my strands were just damp, then applied leave-in cream (which I was particularly looking forward to trying).

The label and rave reviews claim that this restorative treatment contains added polymers. While I can’t claim to know the science behind it all, Biolage says it helps prevent breakage and calms frizz, making styling easier.

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Eager to see if the product would do such wonders on my unruly hair, I combed through a dollar-sized amount that my hair soaked up like a much-needed glass of water.

Now was the time to play the waiting game until my hair air-dried.

Immediate results

In about an hour; my usually dull curls were particularly defined and even had a bit of shine.

The curls held all day, and it wasn’t until I slept on it that they got a little more frizzy. Even on the second day, the softness and shiny appearance remained. So far, it looked like something close to a miracle.

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Since I wash my hair about twice a week, only time could tell how these results would last.

Biolage HydraSource Deep Treatment Pack Hair Mask

By the third day after my wash, my hair was still smooth with just a little more frizz. I decided to try the routine again, this time using Biolage deep treatment mask instead of conditioner.

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In each pack, you get approximately four uses whenever you need extra hydration. The solution is pale green in color, scented with the fragrance of the Aromascience brand.

I worked some of this powerful substance into my mane after shampooing, leaving the treatment on for three minutes before washing it out. Instantly I could tell the mask packed a punch in the hydration department.

Final impressions

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My second wash with the Biolage HydraSource range earned these products their mainstay status as staples in my shower caddy.

A well-groomed day has become a probability rather than a fortuitous event. Biolage freed my mane from its usual bun. I can wear it loose or style it a la Jane Fonda without having to struggle with dry, stubborn locks.

A person’s relationship with their hair is a unique thing. My shag and I have achieved symbiosis: I take care of it and it rewards me with luscious curls that build confidence for days.

To learn more about Biolage’s Hydrasource range, check out their websitefollow them on instagram Where order products online.

Although the products have been provided free of charge in this review, the opinions of the author are genuine and do not reflect the views of Narcity Media.

Top GOP senators reject Trump’s declassification comments, call for proper storage of secret files Thu, 22 Sep 2022 19:51:00 +0000


Several GOP senators raised fresh concerns Thursday about former President Donald Trump’s handling of classified documents, dismissing his claim that he might just declassify secret files by “thinking about it.”

In interviews with CNN, the senators broke with Trump’s assertion that everything was handled appropriately, dissenting from many party members who evaded questions about it or vigorously defended the former president.

Asked about Trump’s assertion on Fox News that he could just declassify documents while thinking about it and that there is no process to follow to do so, GOP Sen. John Thune told CNN that there is a document declassification process.

“And I think that should be respected and followed. And I think that should apply to anyone who has access to or deals with classified information,” Thune said.

“I think the concern is about those being taken from the White House in the absence of a way to declassify them or the fact that classified documents have been removed – without some sort of proper safeguards,” the Republican continued. of South Dakota, adding, “I think that’s where the Justice Department is coming from.

Senator Thom Tillis, a two-term Republican from North Carolina who serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee, told CNN he believes there is a process that must be followed by a president to declassify records.

“I believe there’s a formal process that needs to be followed, that needs to be tracked and documented,” Tillis said. “And as long as they’ve been declassified, gone through the process, that’s fine. … If I understand the requirements of the executive branch correctly, there’s a process that one has to go through.

Sen. Mike Rounds, a Republican from South Dakota who sits on the Armed Services Committee, called the handling of classified documents a “very serious” problem.

“I think anyone who takes the time to appropriately protect this information and has taken the time to see what’s in it would have serious concerns about how the material might be accessed if not stored properly. “, Rounds told CNN. “And so again, here, we take that very seriously. People can be hurt, people can be killed if it is not stored properly and if this information is disseminated. »

Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican and Trump’s top ally, also dismissed the former president’s claims.

“The process is probably more complicated than that,” he said of Trump’s claim that he could declassify anything if he thinks about it.

The comments diverge from GOP leaders like Mitch McConnell, who largely declined to comment on Mar-a-Lago’s research, and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who has defended Trump throughout the process.

On Thursday, other senators dodged questions about it.

“I think the president has the prerogative to declassify,” Indiana Sen. Mike Braun said when asked about Trump’s comments. “What is the appropriate methodology, I don’t know. I guess we’ll find out how.