Jul
12
2011

Smooth Your Skin

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What’s the biggest organ of the body? It’s your skin, of course. It’s your first line of defense against infection, and it covers and protects everything in your body. It’s also the first thing every person you meet notices, consciously or unconsciously. You want a complexion that’s glowing and healthy, of course. When your skin looks good, your entire appearance is enhanced. Look down at your hands for a minute. Even though you can’t see [...]

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Jul
12
2011

De-Frizz Your Hair

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It’s hot and humid outside. You know what that does to your hair. You’ve got flyaways, frizz, or it’s generally unmanageable. Instead of sighing and slicking your hair back into a ponytail, look what we’ve got for you: TIGI Bed Head Spoil Me Defrizzer. It’s a great product for the summertime (or anytime your hair won’t behave), and you’re going to love this product. You’ll be spoiled instantly. It’s a smoothing anti-static defrizzer that gives [...]

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Jul
6
2011

Dos and Don’ts For a Green Summer

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Now that summer is officially here, you want to stay outside all the time. Or perhaps I’m confusing you with me. I love the summertime; I’d spend all my time in the fresh air if it were possible. Until, of course, the summer heat drove me either into the pool or under the air conditioning. I’ve been thinking hard lately about how to green my summer and I wanted to share these tips with you. [...]

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Jul
6
2011

Safe Fun in the Sun

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Sun exposure is good for you, in moderate doses. It’s been proven that people with regular time in the sun are healthier. The sun provides you with Vitamin D, and fresh air and exercise are always good for you. If you’re outside in the summer sun for short bursts, you’ll feel better and look better. But make sure that you apply sunscreen to your face (always!), and other exposed parts of your body when you’re [...]

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Jul
6
2011

Summer Sun Protection

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We all know that our faces need to be protected from the sun. Even our makeup and daily moisturizer has sunscreen in it, nowadays. But did you realize that the skin on your neck and chest is just as vulnerable to sun damage? And did you know that it’s much harder to treat the skin of the neck and chest and erase signs of sun damage? There are fewer oil glands and hair follicles there, [...]

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Jul
5
2011

Treating Damaged Hair

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If your hair is damaged, it’s time to take control. There are lots of things that cause hair damage. It can be environmental – sun damage, especially. If you color or chemically treat your hair, that’s damaging as well. Probably the most common way we damage our hair, however, is heat styling. Whatever the reason for your hair damage, you can bring life back to your locks. It’s easy and only takes a little time [...]

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Jul
5
2011

Easy Summer Hairdos

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These low-maintenance, natural looking hairstyles look and feel great. Your hair will be soft, touchable, and beautiful. They don’t take long to do, either – it is summertime after all, and you don’t have time to fuss with your hair for hours. You might like these sexy summer hairstyles so well that you’ll continue wearing them into the winter months. Side Ponytail The side pony is easy to do, and you look cute and pulled [...]

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Jul
1
2011

Keep Your Nails Healthy

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Nails are usually healthier when you keep them natural and naturally shaped. All they need is a little TLC to stay healthy and beautiful. Healthy, natural nails aren’t hard to maintain. Of course, a lot of women like to grow their nails out long or use tips. You might also have acrylic nails, or change your nail polish frequently. If you do this, your nails will require a little extra maintenance. Moisturize regularly to keep [...]

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Jun
30
2011

Shampoos and Conditioners for Brunettes

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There’s been a recent resurgence in brunette and dark hair in Hollywood, and that means my brown locks are now in fashion. After years of being upstaged by blondes, I’m now IN. It’s about time, I say. Perhaps because of this sudden brunette popularity, there are lots of companies that now make hair products specifically for brunettes. I was skeptical, at first. A shampoo and conditioner made just for brunettes? How could a shampoo make [...]

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Jun
29
2011

What Does Going Green Mean?

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We hear the terms all the time – reduce, reuse, and recycle. But what do they really mean in terms of our everyday life? Here’s a short explanation to help you with some ideas for going green. Reduce: This means cutting down on the energy you and your family are using, but that’s not all it means. Buy beauty products in bulk, choose products with less packaging, and do your laundry in cold water. It [...]

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