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- Buzz picks 10 DVDs to look out for on Black Friday
- Savvy is also breaking down the top five Black Friday myths
- Casa's sharing the best sales for getting home goods
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- Geek's got deals on Target gadgets and iPhone apps for easy shopping
- Bella's divulging details on the best beauty buys
- Lil's lining up great toys to get on sale
Posts for November 24th 2011
The Muppets are back — and while they may have already taken Manhattan, they're now headed straight to your nails. To mark the new Muppets movie, out now, polish giant OPI is launching a limited-edition Muppet-themed collection full of sparkly and metallic hues. Will you go for Warm & Fozzie or The Fresh Frog of Bel Air? To see our top color picks, watch our video now!
Turns out eating well won't just make you feel better in some abstract, "brown rice is healthy so I'll feel virtuous if I eat it" kind of a way. A diet that is specifically designed to reduce inflammation may boost your mood. Recently, inflammation has been implicated in nearly every physical woe, from blemishes to the biggies like heart disease and Alzheimer's. Here at Allure, we've reported on how anti-inflammatories benefit the skin: topical antioxidants, and certain foods and supplements may all reduce acne, signs of aging, and skin cancer. Now Dr. Andrew Weil, health guru and author of the new book, Spontaneous Happiness, argues that eating certain foods won't just make us look better; it could actually keep the blues away. "It looks as if depression is another manifestation of inflammation," says Weil. He outlines a diet that will suppress harmful inflammation throughout your body when you keep reading.