It’s Day 14 of the 30-day Cellulite Challenge, and I have to say the results at this point are “significant.” Either that, or I’m hallucinating. Some have suggested that just the act of massaging the treatment in reduces cellulite, which may be true, but it’s not like I’m sitting there massaging my butt for half an hour. Really.
In other news, what do Kate Middleton and my butt have in common? Find out. Keep reading »
If you have hair extensions made from real hair, you’ve probably wondered where they came from and whose head they once belonged to. The New York Times investigated the hair extension business, and the atmosphere sounds to us like the making of a James Bond-like conspiracy movie. The reporter goes behind the scenes at one company in Russia, which is a huge producer of the product because of the higher availability of blond locks (which are more profitable). Keep reading »
It’s a trend we often only see on the red carpet, but is now making its way to the streets — big, sexy, voluminous hair. And according to celebrity stylist and Hair Basics expert Ted Gibson, extra-large locks are easy to achieve (not to mention a great juxtaposition to skinny jeans). Read more … Keep reading »
“I wouldn’t want to be 20 now. I know so much more, and I’m much more comfortable in my skin, saggy as it is. … When I hear young girls complaining about superficial things … You’re at the peak of your physical beauty right now! Just enjoy it and stop worrying about your thighs being too big. If you’re upset with how you look at 25, life’s going to be tough.”
—Susan Sarandon spouts some serious words of wisdom in V magazine’s age issue [People] Keep reading »
So, yes, shockingly, the results of the 30-Day Cellulite Challenge seem to suggest that this is actually working. I’ve got less cellulite — or should I say, there appears to be less of an appearance of cellulite — on my butt for pretty sure, although the upper-thighs I’m not so sure about.
Speaking of which, what the hell is cellulite anyway? Keep reading »
I’m going to introduce a new little game around here. Let’s call it: “Guess the Publication.” I’ll post a quote and you guess which major print or online publication it’s pulled from. Sound fun? Good. Here’s the first one:
“A woman needs to come up with a workable routine for maintaining her looks throughout her lifetime and avoid rationalizing slacking off— while she’s seeking a man and after she has one. Yeah, you might have to put five or ten extra minutes into prettying up just to hang around the house. And, sure, you might be more ‘comfortable’ in big sloppy sweats, but how ‘comfortable’ will you be if he leaves you for a woman who cares enough to look hot for him?”
Your choices: A. Marie Claire B. Cosmopolitan C. Psychology Today D. The Atlantic. Find out the answer after the jump. Keep reading »