Vanessa Hudgens always makes time for her skin care regime. The High School Musical beauty says she has always been taught the importance of taking good care of her skin, as she knows it is the best tip to looking good. To find out more on how Vanessa maintains such healthy-looking skin, keep reading.
I am not a big fan of roots or the "rooty look." I get the whole ombre effect, but that's for if you're in your early 20s, otherwise it's aging and makes you look unmaintained and too busy to care for yourself. Not a very glamorous look!
Now, if you do color your hair, 4-8 weeks is an appropriate time to wait in between. I'd rather clients have bad roots than try to use at home color or go to someone new for a quick root touch up—those usually lead to hair color catastrophes.
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Kate Moss can't go out without wearing perfume. The British model– who has released a number of fragrances with Coty– believes it is important to always smell good when she leaves the house. She said, "I would not leave the house without having fragrance on, for sure." Discussing her new perfume Vintage Muse, Kate claims it is for "strong" women who enjoy nights out.
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We wanted to take the hassle out of teeth-whitening, so we brought the dentist to you. Read on for some great DIY tips from top NYC cosmetic dentist Dr. Timothy Chase and you'll have your smile back to pearly white condition in no time (and no money!). To see how to do it, just keep reading.
Now that fall is here and you've begun to pull out your sweaters, scarves and boots, you should also begin to re-address your beauty needs. Start by thinking about what current skin needs or challenges you may have, and then envision what trends you'd like to try. To check out celebrity makeup artist Sam Fine's tips for getting the new looks right, just keep reading.
Love the sexy look of liquid liner but hate how hard it is to achieve? If your hands are shaky or you just can't seem to keep that line straight, take a hint from Benefit co-founder Jean Ford — she swears by an oh-so-simple eyeliner technique that she's been using faithfully since the '70s. In honor of the launch of the brand's new Magic Ink Jet-Black Liquid Eyeliner, Ford shared this patented trick with us to help you achieve a flawless line like Lauren Conrad's here.
First, take your liquid liner brush and place it at the inner corner of your eyes. Say the phrase "Jimmy Jimmy dot" out loud, moving the brush over the upper lashline, but not touching the skin. Every time you say "dot," make a dot of black liner in between your lashes. When you've gotten to the outer corner of the eye, take the brush and connect the dots along your lashline. Space out the dots for natural-looking volume, or place them close together for a sleek line. No more shaky, broken lines!
The dark lip was the hottest accessory on the runway for Fall 2010 at Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week. It's a gorgeous look, but how do you take this trend from catwalk to sidewalk? Just follow my quick, easy tips to your perfect deep lip! For my tips, just keep reading
Ever go into the salon with an idea of what you want to look like and come out the complete opposite? Getting your color done is supposed to be an ego boost that makes you feel beautiful, but sometimes lack of communication can ruin your whole day. Here are a few tips on how to avoid any misunderstandings and get what you really want. Just keep reading.
It was a classy affair backstage at Monique Lhuillier where models were made to look like high-society, Irving Penn debutantes. Bumble and bumble lead stylist Rudi Lewis wanted to create an updo that was timeless, but not retro. "We wanted the girls to look done and be true to Monique's client base. You buy a Monique piece because you're going some place," he said. Find out how the look was achieved when you
If you've ever watched Bethenny Frankel on The Real Housewives of New York, you know that she's got an opinion on EVERYTHING. Nothing is off-limits for the new mom — from some of the less pleasant aspects of breastfeeding ("The nipple chafing — chappy, chafing nipples") to her dog Cookie's bad behavior ("Cookie is problematic. She needs more therapy than you and I do"). We had the chance to catch up with her at a recent drugstore.com event where she shared her tips for busy girls. For her hilarious nuggets of knowledge, keep reading.