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Hot styles and sexy fashion insights, tips, and beauty trends for real women everywhere!

Beauty How-To: Chose a Blush for Asian Skin

The yellow undertones of Asian skin are complimented by a narrow array of colors. When pink blush clashes with your porcelain skin and makes you look like someone bitch-slapped you with a strawberry lollipop, consult our guidelines for selecting your perfect rouge.

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Beauty How-To: Wax Your Eyebrows

Nair smells, tweezers take too long, and razors should stay below the neck. If your looking for a fast and less painful way to fix your brows at home, waxing is the only option. Don’t be afraid of botching a wax, or being too timid to pull- we’ll have you waxing your way to fab arches before you can say “I saved on a $15 appointment!”

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Beauty How-To: Wash Your Hair

Lather, rinse and repeat. If only washing your hair was that simple. To get those shiny, bouncy locks you see on TV, you need to know what top hairstylists know. How often should you wash your hair? How much shampoo should you use? Should you rinse your hair with warm water or cold? We’ve got the answers to all of these questions and more.

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Beauty How-To: Color Your Roots

Coloring your un-coated roots is a costly necessity, but not when you take matters (or a bottle of hair dye) into your own hands.
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Give Your Keds A Bit Of Sparkle

Already a regular designer for Payless, Alice & Olivia is upping their collaboration game, with a line of limited-edition sneakers for Keds. As a wearer of Keds during my elementary school years, I really appreciate a designer bringing a bit of color and style to the simple white tennis shoes. Stacy Bendet knows just how I feel, explaining, “I don’t think I removed Keds from my feet as a kid. I can’t even count how many pairs I had. We decided to do a collaboration that would bring a little Alice + Olivia fun to the 2010 Keds Champion.” Her fun comes in four colors — black, silver, pale pink and safari green. Come spring, you can dress up your feet in sparkly sneakers, which will be sold at select Neiman Marcus stores nationwide, at Alice & Olivia boutiques, or online, for $88. And it seems that Keds want to stay in the fashion game, as this is one more of many future collaborations. [WWD] Keep reading »

Beauty How-To: Remove A Callous

For women with ticklish feet, a pumice stone scrubbing can feel more like torture than a treatment. Luckily, there are home remedies that can de-callous your feet without the invasive tingle of a pedicure. (Those who have diabetes or poor circulation should avoid these procedures)

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Logo Tees May Be Trendy, But They’ll Never Be Cool

Can someone, for the love of God, please lay down some sort of mandate forbidding further production of “designer” logo tees? Just when we thought that particular trend of obnoxiously conspicuous consumption had faded safely into the ’90s, they’re popping up all over again. They bear names like YSL and Balenciaga with price tags around $250 and up. [FabSugar]

We don’t care how much money you have; it never makes sense to spend $300 on a cotton T-shirt when all you’re really buying is the name splattered across the front. It’s just tacky. Shut it down. Keep reading »

Guess The Supermodel’s Crotch!

This Russian supermodel is usually a little more reserved, so someone is having a really happy birthday indeed … Find out who it is after the jump! Keep reading »

5 Hair Secrets Supermodels Swear By

Sure, you take one look at most supermodels and assume they roll out of bed, throw clothes on and generally look gorge by virtue of being, well, them. Surprise, surprise, it’s not all genetics (though they are pretty gifted in that department). More than most of us, models have to be super-militant about their skin and hair routines, because to achieve that shiny, bouncy, pretty hair their heads go through hell. Says Chanel Iman: “During fashion week, your hair can be curled, straightened, then curled again up to four times a day.” So how do they keep their hair from falling out of their heads? After the jump, five supermodel go-to tricks … Keep reading »

What’s Your Earliest Fashion Memory?

Reason #327 why I love Mary-Kate Olsen: She, too, isn’t bashful about her past fashion choices, and is perhaps the queen of bad kid style. In a quote caught by Elle magazine, she says, “My first favorite clothing item was a pair of spandex shorts with fringe on them! Leopard and white spandex.” Wow. Honestly, those sound kind of amazing. See, my 4-year-old self would have been all over them. [Twitter]

Like any self-respecting 5-year-old girl, I took it upon myself to curate my fashion sense early on. Since my parents were the bohemian “let her be creative and wear whatever” types, I somehow came to acquire a shamelessly distinctive wardrobe (purchased, I assume, with Monopoly money). It started with all things gold. Keep reading »

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