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Hair Care for Summer

Spring is just around the corner, and while the really warm months are still a while away it never hurts to start establishing some good habits for summer hair care now. Follow these hair care tips and you'll be ready to display some gorgeous locks all summer long.

  1. Prevent static electricity in your hair when you shampoo by applying a rinse out conditioner that adds moisture and shine, or apply a "leave-in" conditioner after you towel dry your hair.

  2. If you normally blow dry and use hot curling tools every day, prepare to give your hair a break during the summer months. Consider air drying and putting the curling iron away for a time. Try braiding your hair while still wet, which will air dry into beautiful waves.

  3. Hanging out in the sun without protection for your hair and scalp is the worst thing you can do. Use leave in hair products with SPF protection when you know you will be at the beach, in a convertible, or sitting poolside if you are unwilling to wear a hat or a cover-up.

  4. Shine products to control frizzies often contain silicone and can coat your hair after just a few times. So be careful about how often you use them and pick up a good clarifying shampoo.

  5. Be religious about your trims. Summer heat can really pump up the frizzies, so make sure you have your ends trimmed every 6-8 weeks. When your ends are fizzy, its a sure sign that they are either damaged, split or both.

  6. Consider washing your hair less often during the summer months to allow your hair to absorb more moisture. When possible, finish with a cool to cold rinse to seal the hair cuticle and impart natural shine.



Your Mind, Your Skin, and Your Health

One of the best skin care products you may ever use is relaxation. The reason? Our skin is connected to much more than our insides according to many health professionals. The state of our minds, our emotions, our stress levels can be seen superficially in the condition of our skin.

Author of Skin Deep: A Mind/Body Program for Healthy Skin, Ted A. Grossbart, encourages people to practice mind-body relaxation and other stress-reduction methods along with conventional treatments when dealing with certain skin problems, psoriasis and eczema. Letting go and relaxing seems to be so helpful to skin conditions in fact that many people report their problems just disappear following a vacation or even a weekend away.

Cold sores and acne flare ups are especially common when people are under a large amount of stress or are experiencing high tension. Regular exercise and eliminating as much stress as possible is the recommended skin therapy in this case.

Grossbart's biggest piece of advice: "Feel what you feel. Experience your emotions and don't kid yourself." You may just find that if you are able to acknowledge the anger, hurt, disappointment, or frustration inside your skin, your skin will be stronger, healthier, and more beautiful in the end.

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Smoky Eyes and Nude Lips

For an incredibly appealing look--day or night--try combining some sultry, smoky eyes with "nude" lips to add runway-like drama to your face.

Smoky Eyes:

Line eyes with a black or brown pencil as close as possible to lash lines. Then, using a soft, angled makeup brush, apply a deep brown or gray shadow from your lash lines up to your brow bones before sweeping on black mascara. To tone this look down for day, use a lighter plum or blue-gray shadow and don't blend higher than your creases.

Nude Lips:

Choose a slightly creamy lipstick that resembles the color of the skin on your face, rather than your lips, and apply it straight out of the tube.

Or, if this look isn't bold enough for you, go for dark, creamy lips, but wear minimal eye makeup. Either way, you're bound to create a contrast that inspires double takes.



The White Shirt of Spring!

White shirts are in for Spring. Women everywhere are sporting many versions of a tailored to semi-tailored, button down shirts with collars. But, a few tips can help you wear your white shirt in just the right order.

Go for a straight cut: Find a shirt that is not too tight or too fitted.
Look for a lightweight cotton: Bright white is better than off-white. Choose a strong collar: Your shirt should have a classic, man-style collar and no pockets.
Make tidy tucks: No lumps or bumps under slim skirts and pants. Wear it unbuttoned: and tuck it in.
Style it: Roll up the sleeves or wrap around your waist over a pleated skirt.
Layer it: Wear two, one on top of the other, over a pair of men's trousers.

These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. The products mentioned are not intended to diagnose,
treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always see your licensed health care professional for proper diagnosis and treatment.

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