Kentucky basketball vs. Florida: Live updates, scores and more Saturday, Feb 27 2021 

Kentucky's seeking to continue its recent hot streak as it hosts a solid Florida squad .

      

Police: Kentucky man charged with fetal homicide after ‘severely’ beating pregnant woman Saturday, Feb 27 2021 

Freddy T. Humfleet, 44, of London, allegedly assaulted the female victim, causing her to have a miscarriage of a 10-weeks-old fetus.

      

Summer Camp at Jefferson Memorial Forest Saturday, Feb 27 2021 

  Join us for a unique day camp experience combining summer fun with nature-based science education activities. We offer a variety of camps for ages 7 to 15. Campers will take on the roles of naturalists, scientists, and adventurers as they explore the Forest and the creatures that inhabit it. Traditional summer camp fun will round out the experience, creating [...]

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Choosing the best hair care product for your hair Saturday, Feb 27 2021 

By Jacob Maslow — Branded Content

You may have heard about the vast market of hair care products out today. Many claim to help hair growth, protection from UV damage, strengthen your hair color or lighten your hair, everything short of growing an entirely new head of hair for you (and some even promise that).

But with all of these claims, do any of these products deliver on their promises and do what they claim to do? What is the right one for you, and how can you find it amongst all of the new hair tech on the market? Let’s clear things up a bit and help you to understand where the new hot brand Prose Hair stands in the hair tech field.

Customizable Products

Unlike any other, the key to hair care is how specific it can be for each head of hair. With Prose, you answer a detailed questionnaire and quickly get a custom-made hair care system that is built just for you.

This is what really sets them apart from all of the mass-produced hair products on the market, making them more desirable to you, the consumer.

But how do they do this effectively? What’s the science behind a good hair care system?

The Science

Technology is progressing fast, with a new invention every day. We continually improve and refine our world’s technology through artificial intelligence, multimedia content, and little things that make everyday life easier.

If everything else seems to be making progress, why should hair care be any different? With Prose, you have access to the most refined, unique hair care technology out there.

Naturally Innovative

Talented chemists in Paris handcraft prose products. They create these specially-formulated products for each individual by taking natural, healthy ingredients and then using them in new ways.

This means your hair is getting all the nutrients and goodness of naturally nourishing elements of those holistic hair products in a way that is more effective in treating your hair’s unique characteristics.

A Greener Planet

The beauty industry can, unfortunately, result in a whole lot of waste and a disappointing amount of damage to our environment. Prose hair care is a certified B Corporation, which means they employ cleaner processes and bottling methods to help sustain our planet.

They seek to revolutionize the beauty industry and its processes as a whole, and they do that by setting the example. They prove that you can get effective, quality hair care without harming the environment, animals or using unnecessary materials.

You can rest easy with a clear conscience knowing Prose is creating your custom products in ways that protect our planet, and they pay their employees living wages.

Always Evolving

To remain on the cutting edge of the hair care industry, Prose is always open to switching up its formulas. With Prose, you check back in with every bottle to report your hair’s progress. If you’re not getting the results you’re hoping for, they get to work right away, tweaking and improving your system, making sure you’re getting exactly what you want from their products.

Even more than that, they are continually updating their formulas as their chemists come across better, more effective ways to do things. If there’s new technology being discovered, you can be certain to find it incorporated into your next bottles of Prose.

This openness and desire for constant progress are two of the many things that make Prose hair care more technologically advanced than other brands.

They are never satisfied with settling for just “good enough,” and you shouldn’t be, either.

Photo Courtesy of Jacob Maslow // Cosmic Press 

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Indiana reports 897 new COVID-19 cases, 27 more deaths Saturday, Feb 27 2021 

To date, 552,241 Indiana residents have been fully vaccinated against the virus.

Montana health director nominee once faced criticism over Kentucky’s hepatitis A outbreak Saturday, Feb 27 2021 

Adam Meier could become Montana's next health director. In Kentucky, He faced a hepatitis A outbreak and pushed Medicaid work requirements.

      

Kentucky Humane Society: Ethan the dog has hit his goal weight on the road to recovery Saturday, Feb 27 2021 

The Kentucky Humane Society said Ethan, the dog found abandoned and nearly dead in January, officially weighed in at 80 pounds Saturday.

      

Kentucky Derby Museum to expand Black Heritage exhibit Saturday, Feb 27 2021 

That means more room for pieces celebrating that legacy and stories, celebrating milestones and accomplishments while not shying away from the grim parts of the history.

Lousville woman who went missing on Algonquin Parkway has been found safe, police say Saturday, Feb 27 2021 

Brandi Bledsoe, 22, left her residence Friday on Algonquin Parkway in Louisville, and her family is "concerned for her current mental health."

      

He fled Guatemala for a better life in the US. Instead, he found despair and death in Mexico Saturday, Feb 27 2021 

Marvin Tomás, nicknamed "El Zurdo" or "Lefty," was one of 19 migrants whose charred bodies were found inside two vans in Santa Anita, Mexico.

      

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