The worst of winter is over (knock on wood!), which means you can finally ditch the wooly coat and push those black, burgundy and dark gray duds to the back of your closet. But your wardrobe isn’t all that needs refreshing with the upcoming change of seasons. It’s time to switch up your skincare routine now that spring is here!
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When you get sick of staring at the same old walls in your bedroom, a fresh coat of colorful paint is the quickest and easiest way to redecorate. The same strategy works if you’re bored with what you see in the mirror. A new shade of lipstick or a bright, shimmery eye shadow can be the ticket to instant makeover. But proceed carefully, because color can make or break your look.
Bundling up to head outdoors this time of year can be a real chore. Heavy coat, bulky boots, hat, scarf, gloves—all of it absolutely necessary to protect your precious parts from the freezing cold and whipping winds of winter. But there’s one accessory many of us forget, even though it takes just a few seconds to put on and keeps us safe no matter what the weather.
Are you stuck in a boring hair rut? Day after day wearing the same-old “do” can make you feel pretty frumpy after awhile. If you’re itching for a new look, don’t rush off to the salon and do anything drastic. A few new hair accessories may be all you need to get back into a good-hair groove.
Ask any woman what one cosmetic she can’t live without and chances are she’ll reply–without a hint of hesitation–“Mascara!”. Why? If you’ve ever had to barrel out of the house in the morning without a chance to even look in the mirror, let alone apply makeup, you know the answer.
It’s a sad day when a newly manicured nail gets chipped. But it’s practically heartbreaking when, one by one, all of your nails break, leaving ugly little stumps where gloriously glossy, gorgeously squared tips used to exist. Thanks a lot, Winter.
There’s nothing worse than unruly, frizzy hair. Except maybe for flyaway, static-y hair. Wait a minute. Brittle, splitting hair? An absolute nightmare. One thing’s for certain: all of these hair woes are caused, in large part, by one single factor. I’m talking about lack of moisture here, honey.
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