- DIY: how to make perfect denim cutoffs
- Learn to make your own balsamic reduction
- Tips for getting the bold brow trend
- 6 things you need to know about about Prince Harry's rumored girlfriend Mollie King
- The cutest looks for flower girls and ring bearers
- The great outdoors: explore the world of Wisteria
- See additional pictures from The Dark Knight Rises
- Secrets to saving on your 7 favorite indulgences
- Ways to prevent allergies — without medicine
- Tips to green up your pup's routine
- Lenses for iPhoneography professionals
- Cameron Diaz sports a bright orange bikini at the beach
- Video: The Avengers vs. Hunger Games — Who would win in an archery showdown?
Posts for April 12th 2012
Botox Cosmetic turns 10 years old this month, and what a difference a decade has made. While the drug was actually created as a treatment for muscle spasms decades ago, it wasn't until April 2002 that the FDA cleared Botox for cosmetic use.
So what's happened with America's favorite neurotoxin in the past 10 years? A whole lot, as it turns out. Celebrities have denied (and then admitted) using the stuff, and it's been used for conditions as diverse as sweaty feet and migraines. It's even served as the butt of many jokes. At the 2002 Oscars, host Whoopi Goldberg cracked, "Security here tonight is tighter than some of the faces." See Botox's biggest milestones now.
- Megan Fox's tattoo falls victim to Photoshop — HuffPost Style
- Why nail art might not be really all that trendy — The Cut
- Easy fixes for beauty mishaps like greasy strands and bronzer overload — The Fashion Spot
- Step by step: the classic low ponytail goes topsy-turvy — Real Simple
- Get inspired to chop by these cropped celebrities — Stylelist
- Prepare for Coachella with these far-out festival paint designs — Refinery 29
- Here comes the bride: Essie's new pastel polishes — InStyle
- An insider look at Laura Mercier's Belle Nouveau collection —Makeup and Beauty Blog
- Where bleach has never been before . . . your vagina — Beauty High
- Thick or thin? Short or long? Spring hair ideas for every hair type — Glo
From premieres to award shows, Columbian stunner Sofia Vergara always gets it right on the red carpet. Due to her va-va-voom glamour, charismatic personality, and bright smile (just to name a few), we're naming the brunette bombshell our Best Red Carpet Look winner. See more of Sofia's sizzling-hot styles now, and be sure to keep watching for more BellaSugar Beauty Awards!
We're happy to present this story from our friends at Allure:
Hey, Olivia Wilde, you look pretty great as a blonde! The actress, who dyed her hair for her upcoming flick, Rush, is inspiring some of us around the office to lighten up. You in? Before any of us reach for bleach, though, I thought I'd check in with Sharon Dorram of Sharon Dorram Color at Sally Hershberger in New York City, who made it clear that going from brunette to beachy blond requires more than just making an appointment.