Posted on March 18th, 2011
You’re busy, right? So am I. We’ve got a lot on our plates, and we hardly have time to manage a demanding hairstyle. Spend 2 hours each morning washing and styling our hair? Um, no thanks! We’d rather spend the time with our family, or doing something for ourselves – working out, exercising, or relaxing with a good book.
There’s a challenge here, of course. We want easy hair, but we want fabulous hair. It’s easy to fall into hair traps such as the “mom hair” or the “over-forty hair,” both essentially simple, boring, shorter haircuts. So even though we don’t have access to private hairstylists or lots of time, as celebrities often do, the last thing we want is to just give up and look dowdy! »» READ MORE »»
Posted on March 11th, 2011
Red lips are beautiful, classic, and perfect for winter, when skin becomes pale and most of us could use a splash of color. But not everyone feels she can pull of the look, which is admittedly a bold one.
We actually believe that anyone – yes, that includes you! – Can pull of red lips. It’s just a question of finding the right shade and applying it correctly. Here are a few helpful tips: »» READ MORE »»
Posted on March 4th, 2011
Party clothes can get expensive. When you buy something for a party, you want it to look REALLY nice – and you certainly don’t want to wear the same piece twice to two different, say, office functions. So you often end up paying serious money for clothes that you seldom wear.
There IS however a way to wear fabulous party attire while saving money. Start by shopping discount retailers such as bluefly.com – never pay full price for designer clothes! »» READ MORE »»
Posted on February 25th, 2011
More and more evidence emerges every single day about the power of antioxidants. Antioxidants reduce environmental damage from sources such as the sun and pollution, inhibit free-radical damage and improve our general health – and the health and appearance of our skin.
Researchers now know that free-radical damage plays a significant role in aging and disease (in fact many scientists consider aging as a disease). Antioxidants are one of the best ways to slow the impact of free-radical damage. »» READ MORE »»