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Posts for April 27th 2010
Thanks for your query, vally521. Nobody wants crinkly, unnatural-looking makeup. Not only does it have a tendency to age the skin, but it also gives the illusion that you're wearing way too much foundation or powder. Find out five ways to keep your cosmetics looking smooth and fresh when you read more.
According to their stats, teeth whitening leads the way as the treatment most people plan on having within the next 12 months. (Vision correction surgery and hair removal followed in popularity.) Teeth whitening is one of the easiest ways to alter your appearance without much fuss, and it can be done quickly and inexpensively. Not surprising, then, that it's the most popular procedure. If you whiten your teeth, do you do it at home or go to a pro?
See more pictures and get tips for re-creating this wavy bun when you read more.
Luxury self-tanner brand St. Tropez lost the seal of approval from Prince's Trust, one of the UK's biggest children's charities, after releasing an ad with Kelly Osbourne. In the ad, she states that using fake tanner makes you look not only "10 lbs. skinnier" but also "healthy." She also stated that, before the self-tanner, she "looked like Miss Piggy," which is a pretty disheartening statement.
St. Tropez had been donating 10 pounds (no pun intended) from every purchase to the Trust, but after angry letters from parents about the ad's possible effect on kids, the charity pulled its official support. Kelly's natural skin tone is lovely, and she would look pretty at any weight, but self-tanning is a perfectly legitimate choice if it makes you happy. Do you think a statement like Kelly's would really drive young girls to have a poor body image, or are people overreacting?
It's the second day of our "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" series, and now it's time to explore "something new." People like to play it safe when it comes to wedding beauty, but there are a few pretty, nontraditional items you can introduce that will get you looking gorgeous and help you fill your quota. To check them out, just click through.
Two weeks ago I cut off all my hair. Chop! I love it, seriously. [The] problem is, I've had long hair for so long I don't know how to style it. I love punky, edgy, rocker-chick hair, but I also want versatility. Right now, though, all I seem capable of is looking like Sid Vicious, Sonic the Hedgehog, or my father in his high school portrait.
I've tried finding styling ideas online, but can't find too much, and what I've found are for bobs or don't seem to work for my amazingly fine-yet-copious hair. I'm this close to going to my amazing stylist and plunking down cash I don't have so she can teach me.
So, any suggestions on how to style a pixie?
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