4 Ways To Create An Edgy Look Without A Long-Term Commitment

Posted on: 13 March 2018

Do you want to show off your edgy personality with your clothing and style? The problem is, many offbeat, edgy looks are rather permanent. If you dye your hair bright pink and don't like it, you'll have to live with it or pay to have it re-dyed. If you pierce your tongue and don't like it, you'll be left with a scar and some pain. Luckily, there are some ways to create an edgy look without a long-term commitment.
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Finally Old Enough To Head To The Beauty Salon Alone? 3 Tips To Help You Get The Most Out Of The Experience

Posted on: 15 January 2018

When it comes to growing up, there are a few rights of passage that everyone looks forward to, such as learning to drive, staying home alone for the first time, and going out on a first date. However, there are a few other rights of passage that tend to be overlooked, such as that first solo trip to the beauty salon. Going out and having your hair done on your own is a big deal.
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What To Look For In A Skincare Brand For Anti-Aging Benefits

Posted on: 25 January 2017

Worrying about sagging, puffiness, and wrinkling of your skin is something you start to think about the first time you notice fine lines when you smile or less elasticity than normal. Skin begins looking visibly older when a person hits their 30s and the condition can speed up rapidly without proper skincare and healthy lifestyle choices. If you want to get a head start on anti-aging, you need to seek out a skincare brand that will work best for you.
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How To Make Leave-In Conditioner For Naturally Curly Hair

Posted on: 29 December 2016

If you have naturally curly hair and want to make up a batch of natural leave-in conditioner to help keep it from frizzing up during the day, then you will be delighted to learn that this is a simple thing to do. When you make your own conditioner at home, you control the ingredients and can ensure that you are using a product that doesn't contain any chemicals. Making your own leave-in conditioner is also frugal and saves money over purchasing a ready-made product from your hair salon.
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