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Posts for April 29th 2010
It's clearer than ever that tanning beds are dangerous and carcinogenic, but that apparently isn't stopping the people who are most vulnerable to skin cancer from using them — at least in the UK. The British Association of Dermatologists conducted a study and found that redheads and other pale, freckled people were the most likely to use tanning beds, even though they're at much, much higher risk of developing skin cancer already and almost never actually get a tan. So in lieu of prematurely aging yourself and damaging your skin, slather on wide-spectrum sunscreen and stick with the self-tanner instead.
Or, better yet, start trying to love the skin you were born with. This Bella grew up extra pale in a place where everyone else was golden brown, so I know how it feels. But for your health and psychological well-being, eventually you have to accept yourself and realize that other people's ignorance is their problem and that every skin tone is equally beautiful. That's just my two cents, but what do you think?
- Scarlett Johansson talks beauty in her new Dolce & Gabbana video — Stylelist
- Pucker up for the latest in lip shades — The Moment
- Who wears this blinged headband better — Taylor Swift or Johnny Weir? — People StyleWatch
- 10 popular wavy hairstyles — Daily Makeover
- Exploring grooming in dating etiquette — Lemondrop
- A second scent is in the works for Eva Longoria — InStyle
- Runway trend: Marilyn Monroe-inspired makeup — Elle
- Karen on why Rimmel's $6 lipstick is a drugstore dream — Makeup and Beauty Blog
- The perfect Spring pedicure is just a J.Crew-click away — Lucky
And if the mobile salon isn't coming to a city near you, don't fret. You can sign up to win a one-on-one Skype session with my future husband, adorable stylist Harry Josh (that's him on the right, styling Audrina Patridge on the NYC stop of the tour). You know I'll be lined up when the salon hits SF, but what about you?
Whether your hair is straight because you were born that way or because you've processed it, a pixie cut is a great way to work with straight texture, get rid of damage, and make a dramatic change. It's also one of the prettiest wash-and-wear styles around. But picking out a pixie that will work on your hair type and bring out the best in your face shape can be hit or miss. To help you get the right pixie, I've put together a variety of the best celebrity cuts, breaking down who they work on and why. See which looks might just be for you now.
Ah, ingrowns. They're painful, they look unpleasant, and they have a nasty tendency to show up in your most sensitive spots. Especially since bikinis and short-shorts are only a few weeks away, there's no better time to find out how to prevent them from happening. Yani Cifuentes, a waxing professional from LA's Stark Waxing Studio, talked to me about what we can do to keep ingrowns from rearing their ugly heads. To get her advice, just keep reading.
While traditional bridal nail polish colors in shades of petal pink, creamy lilac, and glimmering beige are lovely, why not take the opportunity to break away from the norm with an eye-catching blue? To finish off my wedding series on the "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" custom, here are five different ways you can polish up with this fun shade, all while getting your "something blue" in, as well.
Source: Flickr User LittleMissPip