Health & Beauty Articles
Show Me the Metal
The most traditional way to wear metallics is to highlight one feature only. When choosing a dramatic lip colour, select a neutral eye shade and pair it with plenty of mascara.
Curly Teen Scene: Gifts for Curlies!
For Christmas we often get each other hair products; a few bottles each usually gets us through January! Pamper your friends by putting together some great products for them.
Majoring in Curls: Feed Those Winter Locks
Get a boost of shine from foods rich in iron and Vitamin B. Green leafy veggies are always a healthy choice. They are full of iron and other lovely nutrients. In addition, foods high in Vitamin C are crucial because they enable your body to better absorb iron. Vitamin C also increases circulation in the scalp and promotes growth.
Haircare Goes Green
Beauty companies from large to small now are offering products with certified organic ingredients in response to consumer demand for healthier products that go on their body, not just on their dinner table.
Chewing the fat!
The importance of fat in our diet cannot be over-stated. It contains lipids essential to the development of the nervous system, and sterols, which are building blocks of our hormones.
Majoring in Curls: Choosing the Right Hair for the Occasion
Curly hair lends itself to a dressy look
Peer Pressure and Your Child: What You Need to Know
Every day, children get messages about how they should look and act
Dealing with Damage Done to Your Hair by…Water?
Since most of us encounter water with less-than-ideal components in it on a fairly regular basis, it is a great idea to have on hand a good clarifying shampoo with some EDTA, citric acid, or other acids and a deep conditioner.
Blue-eyed beauties should consider orange eye shadow in all hues from the most vibrant to palest peach. The daring could try the new NARS eye shadow duo Bohemian Gold (metallic taupe and iridescent copper), Hard Candy’s Lollipop shadow or MAC’s Mangomix Shadestick.
Curls for a Cure — A Year-Round Crusade for Breast Cancer Research
Instead of collecting money through pink products, as many companies do, Ouidad decided to transform Curls for a Cure into an ongoing campaign, where all the money goes to research.
Majoring in Curls: Take a Cue from the Guys
You hardly ever see a curly-haired man wearing his hair straight