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Posts for October 12th 2010
- Gisele Bündchen shares some of her makeup secrets — Lucky
- You may not live in 90210, but you can smell like you do — The Cut
- Rihanna's stylist reveals the story behind that red hair — StyleCaster
- How to get out of a hair color rut — StyleList
- Sonia Kashuk's Fall collection is chic and cheap — Makeup and Beauty Blog
- Got short hair? Get inspired by Hayden Panettiere's cute style — Glamour
- A transracial family inspires a line of products for natural hair — Naturally Curly
- Dry shampoo can be used on African-American hair, too — Coco & Creme
- This lipstick from Make Up For Ever stays on, well, forever — Temptalia
Using perception technology, this app guesses your age based on dimensions of the face. All you have to do is upload a photo of yourself or a friend, and PhotoAge scans it, spitting out an estimate of your age. And while I'm sure Halle Berry, who is actually 44, would love that PhotoAge thinks she's 22, this Bella is not so certain of the accuracy of the app. Case in point: one photo I uploaded of myself says I'm 26, but another photo that was scanned approximates that I'm 39. In reality, I'm somewhere in between, but a 13-year difference isn't exactly what I'd call accurate.
If you want to spare the $2 to get a good laugh, PhotoAge is silly fun. But if you want to have other people guess your age, why not ask the BellaSugar Community instead?
By the time I was in college I'd tried practically every hair color out there, from Fudge's Raspberry Beret to Manic Panic's Green Envy. I should have just worked at Sally's or something, but I'd take my lunch money to buy my staple developer and bleach. At the time, my hair was long and curly, so I had my Ronald McDonald red 'fro moments, but I guess me living in hippie, surfer-ville Santa Cruz, CA, I wasn't much of an oddity. I always wanted true, snow-white platinum, but that was only possible by means of weaves. My grandmother eventually got silvery salt and pepper gray hair, but not at an early age. All I knew was that it was beautiful, and if I could wear all these different colors, it was harmless fun.
All that said, I realized that in all the experimenting, I'd never (intentionally) gone gray. Earlier this year I saw pictures of Kelis, and then a few of my beautiful fellow blogger Nymphette, and figured why not? This seems to be a growing trend of gray on younger folks. Yes, I now live in the Bay Area (still more conservative than Santa Cruz), and yes, I work in corporate America, but what are they gonna say? "Your hair isn't a natural color?" Um, yeah, no. So I just did it!
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