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Posts for April 28th 2010
Going eco doesn’t have to mean sacrificing quality. Today, Zelana reviews a few environmentally friendly choices to consider trying out: American Eagle's Aerie Botanicals Body Butter, Burt's Bees Natural Whitening Toothpaste, and Josie Maran Argan Oil Hair Serum. Watch our video to see what these eco products can do for you!
If you thought the story about 6-year-olds in the UK wearing makeup to school was bad, then I've got some unpleasant news for you: adult makeup use in children has jumped sharply in the US as well. Eighteen percent of kids ages 8-12 are using mascara, and 15 percent are using eyeliner and/or lipstick — all more than five percent increases over the numbers from just two years ago.
If makeup usage among small girls continues to grow at this rate, one-third of all third-graders could be wearing makeup on a daily basis five years from now. And this month, a study from Mount Sinai Hospital revealed that girls with early onset puberty had abnormal levels of the phthalates found in some beauty products, possibly suggesting there may be a link between childhood makeup usage and unhealthy development.
Interestingly, though, there seems to be a backlash brewing among teens, as the "How to Apply Makeup Like a High School Girl" YouTube phenomenon and its many tribute videos suggest. What do you think? Should makeup come before puberty? And do you think this is a fad that's about to be on its way out, or will second-graders be giving smoky eye tutorials in Show and Tell by 2020?
There must be something in the water in Hollywood, because in the past couple of days a bunch of Tinseltown's loveliest ladies have given themselves makeovers — from new haircuts galore to vampy new personas and long extensions to cover up recent short cuts. Everyone needs some change once in a while, but do you think these ladies made the right decisions? It's time to decide for yourself.
Now that we're experiencing rising temperatures, I've got braids on the mind. Mary-Kate Olsen's bohemian double-braids that she wore recently were not only effortlessly cool, but totally chic. Here are 10 more ways you can wear this trendy look — all perfect for these warmer-weathered months ahead.