Hair often looks at its best and healthiest when you don't fight your natural texture. Step away from the blowdryer and enjoy this video!
Photograph by Santiago and Mauricio; styled by Lindsey Frugier and Jane Larkworthy.
on the third day of Christmas my true love gave to me - three high heels, two spanish mules and a fur to wear to afternoon tea.
For decades, researchers saw indoor tanning as little more than a curiosity. But a review of the scientific evidence published last year estimated that tanning beds account for as many as 400,000 cases of skin cancer in the United States each year, including 6,000 cases of melanoma, the deadliest form.
And clinicians are concerned about the incidence rate of melanoma in women under 40, which has risen by a third since the early 1990s, according to data from the National Cancer Institute. ... Some experts say combating the problem is a matter of raising awareness about the dangers of tanning. But many women said in interviews that they were aware of health risks but cared more about how they looked now.
Read more at The New York Times.
Rahul Mishra, the Indian designer who in February was named winner of the 2014 International Woolmark Prize, showed a collection of delicately hand-embroidered outfits that played with translucent effects.
Do you sometimes have dark circles under your eyes? Whether you get dark circles all the time or after you spend a night out, Estee Lauder's Advanced Night Repair Eye Serum will help treat them.
We were skeptical at first, but sure enough, we found this lightweight serum does make a difference when applied once in the morning and at night. It can be worn under makeup and helps to keep the area moisturized. Is it a cure? No, but your circles will be reduced over time, making them easier to conceal. And a little goes a long way. This little bottle lasts for months, and the pump makes it very easy to dispense just the amount you need, so you don't need a full pump every time.
Tech companies like Intel or Google believe they need designers to help them make wearables that will appeal to women. Maybe they do, but not if the tech suffers as a result.
It’s good that Intel tried to research the tech needs of women, even if they don’t sound that different from the tech needs of men. But they prioritized fashion over utility.
Read more at The New York Times.
We're guilty -- we admit it. We skip breakfast nearly every day. Sometimes we even skip lunch, getting the bulk of our daily calories from a large dinner. This is one of the worst things that you can do for your metabolism, since you starve yourself all day and slow it down. Even if you're able to maintain your weight like this, it will eventually catch up with you. So our New Year's resolution is to start the day with a healthy breakfast, followed by at least a couple of snacks during the day, until we get used to eating several small meals a day instead of one large one.
While some yogurts and cereals can be a big no-no, since some of them contain a lot of sugar, plain Greek yogurt and some high-fiber cereals can be a great alternative if you're like us, pressed for time in the morning, and wanting something quick and heathy. Check out some recommendations at Livestrong and see how your breakfast choices stack up!