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Since I generally hate shopping, I have a strategy that makes the process more enjoyable. I find some unlikely style icons whose look I think is hot and I allow myself to buy one piece inspired by each of them. Adds a new meaning to eclectic. Find out which edgy heroines will guide me to my spring look.
Forget about your outfit, your makeup, or your breasts. A new survey done by Pantene found that dudes are pretty much obsessed with our hair. About three-fourths of men said they notice a woman because of her locks. In fact, most men notice hair before our clothes, our legs, our makeup, or our breasts. Yup, most men would approach a girl with hot hair over a girl with hot cleave and about 60 percent of men said they prefer nice hair over a nice rack when it comes to choosing a girlfriend. Gosh, I find this so hard to believe, but that’s what the survey says. Well, girls, I guess we’d better load up on those Pantene products for healthy, shiny hair. That’s the whole point of this survey, right? To motivate us to buy Pantene. The only thing that would actually motivate me to buy Pantene is Stacy London’s commercial. She’s so cool. [Glamour] Keep reading »
Just because you broke up doesn’t mean you still don’t have feelings for you ex … mostly feelings of hostility. Why not express your unresolved rage over the breakup with a passive-agressive Valentine’s Day gift? After the jump, some adorable present ideas that your jerk of an ex will surely enjoy. That motherf**ker. Keep reading »
Clap on! Clap off! Clap on, clap off … your girl’s bra. Imagine I was singing that. The Clap-Off Bra is a brilliant gift idea for lazy men who don’t want to put in all that extra work to undo a bra. You can make one for the special lady in your life this Valentine’s Day by following these ridiculously complicated instructions. Oh, and you may want to consider ditching that giant red bow. Most women prefer for their boobs not to look like a Christmas gift. (FYI, the video is sort of NSFW.) [Instructables] Keep reading »
Bless you, Lisa Frank, for helping me build my unicorn sticker collection and making sure my school supplies were covered with the mythical, rainbow-colored creatures. I know I was not alone in my girlhood unicorn fantasy. Most young girls indulge in some kind of animal enthusiasm. But some experts think there’s a deeper reason for this. Engaging in an obsession, with unicorns, horses, or dolphins specifically, may help young girls become strong women. Why? They help us claim our power. “They’re all active, they’re all sources of power and motion and transformation … these are all borderland creatures; gateway animals to other worlds. They help us imagine wonderful other ways of being in the world. They let us be cowgirls and oceanographers and mermaids and princesses,” says scientist Laurel Braitman. Find out what important qualities each animal represents after the jump. Keep reading »
Behold, Britney Spears before she was a femme fatale in some mall-style glamour shots from 1998. Love the oversized boyfriend jersey with the cargo pants. Check out some more gems from this shoot here. Teaser: there’s one of her in a cowboy hat with plastic flowers and one of her wrapped in an American flag. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »
For Valentine’s Day, instead of waiting for love letters that’ll never come—who sends those anymore, anyway?—we decided to practice a little self-love in the name of St. Valentine by writing them to ourselves. We invite you to do the same in the comments. Amelia, Jessica, and Kate have already shared theirs. Today is Ami’s turn … Keep reading »
Sigh. If only real life romances were more like those in movies and television. If I had it my way, I would have stolen Lloyd Dobler from Diane Court years ago. But alas, they are living happily ever after somewhere in London. She is probably a scientist and he is a stay-at-home dad with a successful kickboxing career. Damn them! In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’ve chosen some of our favorite fictional couples. Why can’t they be real?
A new study found that women are most attracted to the men they know the least. Researchers used Facebook profiles, real and fake, and discovered that the women liked the men best that they knew the least about. We like the guys who play hard to get and, nine times out of 10, lead to no good. Tell us something we don’t know. Like how to make us stop. I would like to take these findings and set fire to them. I’m embarrassed for us. Can we just stop being idiotic masochists when it comes to love already? [Live Science] Keep reading »