- Which was your favorite hairstyle from 2010's fashion shows?
- How to keep your holiday cooking eco-friendly
- Be inspired by Chanel's holiday window decorations
- Great gadget gifts for last-minute shoppers
- Have you seen love bloom between parents on the playground?
- Keep cozy and chic in these stylish scarves and gloves
- Cast your vote for this year's best dramatic movie
- How to find out about — and score — an unlisted job
- 2010's top 25 must-read books
- Shirtless studs: Who was your favorite ab-tastic celeb of the year?
- Hot toddys make for a healthy alternative to high-calorie holiday drinks
- Santa paws: 25 too-cute canines impersonate St. Nick
- One reader shares her gorgeous holiday tablescape
- Video: David and Victoria Beckham share a tearful awards ceremony moment
Posts for December 20th 2010
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We're nearing the end of the 12 Days of Holiday Beauty series, where we look at each stanza from the classic tune "The 12 Days of Christmas" and suggest gifts inspired by the corresponding day. And since it's day eight, that means it's all about those milkmaids. Before refrigeration existed, milk spoiled rather easily; hence the milkmaid. While this particular stanza in the classical tune has been interpreted from everything to having religious to sexual undertones, today, let's take the beauty approach. From milk glass bobby pins to beauty goods made with the moo juice itself, just click on the images above to learn more about each of these products. There's nothing milquetoast about these finds. Sorry.
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While they look like something you'd keep in your kitchen, much like FarmHouse Fresh Goods' Sweet Cream Body Milk ($26), these goodies are best left in the shower — and not drizzled atop your Elvis-style peanut butter and banana sandwich. Made with organic honey to promote bounce and shine in the hair, these orange-blossom-scented products are also sulfate- and paraben-free. Will you get your buzz on?
The weather outside may be frightful, but your hair doesn't have to look the part. Celebrity colorist Jason Backe of the Ted Gibson Salon in New York has worked with stars like Anne Hathaway, Ashley Greene, and Christina Ricci, and now he has a few words of advice to share with us. So if you're feeling a bit uninspired with your hair color, let Jason guide you in the right direction.