Winter is here...that time of year when everyone starts complaining about dry, dull skin.
Good posture, exercise, and a healthy lifestyle -- believe it or not, all of these things are important factors in avoiding back pain. It can be difficult to make the changes you need to get healthy, but don't worry, I've got your back!
No better time than now to get some glitter and shine for the holidays!
This morning between school drop-offs, my four-year-old son and I went grocery shopping. In 30 minutes, with a skip to our cart pushing and just a teensy bit of apple throwing, we got the job done.
Green beauty is so much fun! It allows us to play, create, celebrate & express ourselves in so many powerful ways.
Just like the little black dress is a wardrobe classic, a swipe of red lipstick is all you need to always look chic and glamorous. However, no one shade of red lipstick will suit every woman, which is why I've created a how-to guide to finding the right red for your skin tone this holiday season.
Gratitude Speaks creates worlds. Gratitude Speaks brings forth what has not existed before. It's wild, and free, and magical.
As women, we are constantly shown what will make us worthy: the new hair color, the new improved diet, lunchtime plastic surgery, the superwoman ideal.
Does your smoky eye look more like you got punched in the eye? First things first: Back away from the black eye shadow (leave that to the teens).
I found the cure for my flat, lifeless hair. It wasn't a "magical" hair pill, it wasn't another sticky gel or mousse product, it wasn't a teasing brush...it was called VOLOOM. And it was nothing I had ever seen, heard of or even dreamed of before.
First of all, take a deep breath. Stay calm. Your chances of repairing any problem are better if you stay cool. Work with your stylist to fix the hair. You may be upset but, truly, this may not be anyone's fault.
After the kids hit the hay, ask your friends to come on over with their favorite scary movie, candy, or drink.
Madam Walker rose above race, gender equality, and social justice to build a beauty empire that she intended to be a benefit to her race long after her time. She was a visionary, with a foresight that is today, unmatched.
It's no secret that models have excellent skin. Whenever we see them, their complexions seem to be healthy and radiant - a far cry from how WE would look if we were under the constant pressure they are say, during fashion month.
The fact that time is fleeting, that beauty changes, that waistlines thicken and skin grows slack -- although there was relatively little of that among these gorgeous gals, any of whom could have posed for the Lands' End catalog at any point in the past 40 years -- is perhaps a cause for tears. But what impressed me was the way in which the Brown sisters have learned to draw from each others' strength.
One minute, I'm in flip flops, the next minute I'm covering myself in blankets and pulling out sweaters that most likely smell like moth balls. In addition to the wardrobe changes, my skin definitely takes a hit.