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Posts for September 28th 2010
- A tip for subtly plumped lips — InStyle
- Serena Williams gives Oprah a pedicure — Jezebel
- Hey, slick: Versace gives hair the vinyl treatment — Allure
- What is black, white, and red on top? Rihanna filming her new video — Glamour
- Oh no, no, no! Another blackface magazine editorial. Ugh — The Cut
- Inside the back room at Carol's Daughter — Afrobella
- Top beauty trends from Milan Fashion Week — StyleList
- Prestige Total Intensity Eyeliners are a hidden drugstore gem — Makeup and Beauty Blog
- Big celebrities and even bigger hair. Check out these mega styles — Essence
Tom Cruise jets from a Tokyo premiere to the set of Mission Impossible 4, Jude Law gets turned around escorting Sienna Miller to their car, and the wrong Australia's Top Model winner is announced on live TV. Plus, new details on the actress positioned to play Renesmee in Breaking Dawn. Check it out on today's all-new PopSugar Rush!
Note: if you're unable to find Redken products, simply head to the beauty supply store and ask for a neutral dark blond shade for your roots, a gentle lightener for the middle and end pieces, and a gloss to tie it all together.
Photo courtesy Harper's Bazaar
Dr. Michael Prager said, "If you spend most of the time looking down [at your screen], then the neck muscles shorten and go saggy, eventually giving you a second neck." And since women in their 20s have grown up using computers so frequently, he added that "in another 10 years, they could be looking quite awful."
Prager didn't cite any studies to back up his assertions, but recommends using Botox to keep yourself looking fresh. Using scare tactics to sell women on procedures might not be the best approach, but what do you think about all this? Is this piece helpful, if misguided, or is it just an attempt to make women even more self-conscious?
In Hollywood, stars are known are known for their frequent trips to their colorists, who often take them from blond to brunette to red within the span of mere weeks. But when it comes to the blond bombshell style that's dominated for decades, some stars wear it well, while others look more fabulous in darker shades. Which of these five stars do blond better, and which look their hottest as brunettes?
To bond metal to metal, soldering is an option if you know what you're doing, but perhaps not the most practical. The easiest — and cheapest — way to go about it is to affix a large safety pin to a wire barrette backing (found at most craft supply stores) using Krazy Glue ($3). Clamp to set, and then go make some for friends, do "The Safety (pin) Dance," and revel in your cash-saving brilliance.