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Romantic Nails for Valentine's Day

Friday, 10 February 2012 09:45
Cracked nails and flaky cuticles have no place on Valentine's Day, but there's no need to make an expensive manicure appointment at the last minute when you can do it yourself at home. Try a French Manicure on for size; Paris is the city of love, after all. You'll Need: Opaque White Nail PolishClear Top Coat PolishStraightedge brow brushNail Polish remover Read more...

Add Volume to Your Wintertime Do

Friday, 03 February 2012 16:26
Are hats and headbands smooshing your hair and consequently your outdoor mood? Learn how to keep your ears warm and retain volume! Divide your hair into two sections, one on top and one on bottom as if you are putting your hair into a half ponytail. The bottom section should be two to three inches of hair starting just above the ears. Follow the shape of your head when dividing; do not part in a straight line across the back of your head. Use a clip to keep the pieces separate. Place the headband on your head with the back… Read more...
At a recent styling event, women learned that the secret to a perfect curl is in the details. Read on for tips on how to hold curl in your hair, and which tools matter most for styling. Holding a curl in thin or silky hair comes down to its cleanliness. Stylists Amber Greis and Danielle Sneller of Salon Cheveux in Holland say the dirtier the hair, the better the curl will hold. Instead of heating up the curling iron for a freshly lathered and rinsed head, use a dry shampoo and rough up your hair before curling. Section your hair,… Read more...

Suit Up for Summer

Friday, 20 January 2012 10:20
The mere thought of bare arms and legs is enough to make women retreat back under the duvet to dream of the sizzling summer sun. But just when you think you can't take any more slippery sidewalks and chapped hands, remember, spring break is just around the corner. Despite the coldest temperatures in West Michigan to date this winter, women are beginning to think of swim suit season. Mothers with young children should also unearth last summer's suits to see if they will need replacing. Summer looks promising for throw back vintage styles, according to Daniel Dykes of Fashionising.com. But… Read more...

Avoid Hair Cut Remorse

Thursday, 12 January 2012 14:49
Knowing the shape of your face can help determine what hairstyle will be most complimentary to your features. While most know that the difference between a good and bad hair cut is about two weeks, it will take much longer to grow out an Emma Watson or Ellen if upon looking in the hair dresser's mirror you discover cropped is something your hair should never be. Here's how to determine your face shape: Start by measuring your cheek bones. Measure from the outside of one eye to the other crossing the bridge of your nose. Measure your jawline at its… Read more...

Refresh Your Wardrobe with Jewelry

Wednesday, 04 January 2012 16:43
Fashion includes fashion accessories, like jewelry. Updating your look is easy and affordable when you do so with new jewelry. It's easy to familiarize yourself with jewelry trends when you go online. The web has a myriad of fashion websites and can point you to the look you desire. You'll also find tips on what's new and how to wear your new accessories with outfits you already have. Use fashion magazines to pin point the latest trend in jewelry fashion. You can read some magazine articles online, or find the print versions for a more traditional read. One fail safe… Read more...

Add Sparkle to Your Winter Wedding

Friday, 23 December 2011 10:20
I love when a bride tries a dress on and she says to me, "that looks so wintery." I am always confused because what is a "wintery" look? I see hundreds of dresses every day, and I think any style of dress can be made for any time of the year. Since we are closing in on the holidays, I am going to focus mostly on what trends I have been seeing brides venture to and also what my favorite things are for the upcoming colder season! Faux Fur Covering. I believe you can do any color of faux fur;… Read more...

Put a New Twist in Your Scarf

Wednesday, 14 December 2011 15:59
The scarf is one of the most versatile items of clothing women have in their wardrobes. But sometimes it can get boring just throwing a scarf around your neck! Fear not! There are a lot more ways to tie your scarves than you think! Try 10 new, easy ways to accessorize with scarves this season. • Slip Knot • Ascot Wrap • Four-in-Hand • French Knot • Half Bow • Knot Row • Layered Knot • Loose Wrap • Muffler • Rosette Neck Wrap The posibilities are endless! Try out more fun ways to accessorize with scarves on Scarves.net! Written by: Erika Fifelski was born and raised… Read more...

Accessorizing for West Michigan Winters


Wednesday, 14 December 2011 15:58
It's inevitable. Winter is upon us, and our lake effect snow-laden region has once again covered us in a frosty blanket of white. Don't be caught off-guard this year. Prepare your mudroom with a regimen of warmth to combat those chilly morning commutes. • The Earflap Hat—Embrace it, wear it, and your ears will thank you. • The Leg Warmers—Buy 'em now or pull out your pair that's been in the back of the closet since 1985. Legwarmers are back and necessary this season. • The Wool Socks—There's nothing quite like your favorite wool socks. This winter, your toes will thank… Read more...
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