Coronavirus-Led Stay-at-Home Aids DIY & Home Furnishing: 5 Picks

Jene J. Long

The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live and work. Though it has dampened businesses across the globe, it has also given rise to new trends.

Data provider S3 Partners had anticipated a decline in spending on furniture and home improvement with household finances being hit hard by economic challenges posed by the pandemic. However, things have panned out in a different way. A huge number of Americans in lockdown have been spending lavishly on upgrading their living spaces, which has helped Do-It-Yourself (DIY) and homeware or home furnishing companies to flourish.

Living Space Upgrades Push Home Furnishing Stocks Higher

With lockdowns in place, people are spending more time at home. The work and study from home trend has increased demand for furniture. In fact, due to globalization, new designs and a variety of items are now available online. This has boosted growth of the home decor market further.

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The Best DIY Hair Masks for Every Hair Type, According to Stylists

Jene J. Long

Now that in-salon trims and treatments are on an indefinite hiatus, the health of our hair is entirely up to us. One of the easiest ways to give your locks some love at home? Make a DIY hair mask. Besides being a huge money saver, a homemade hair mask virtually guarantees the ingredients you’re slathering on your strands are all-natural and non-toxic.

“Plant-based ingredients are holistic, meaning a single ingredient will deliver a variety of benefits and won’t have any negative consequences, such as leaving behind chemical buildup or residue,” says Devin Toth, a hairstylist at Salon SCK in New York.

And because you’ll know exactly what ingredients are going into your hair and scalp, you’ll have an easier time tweaking your DIY formulas so that you can score the best possible results for your hair type and the particular brand of hair drama you’re combatting.

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