In this tutorial and review, I used Ion Color Brilliance in Titanium and Manic Panic in Wildfire to create a two-toned, split color look that was unique and beautiful!
The history of the apron used as a protective garment, an indication of a particular trade, and a cultural icon. From vintage styles to Anthropologie's beautiful styles, the apron is back.
In this round of trying new colors on my hair, I chose to go for a two-toned split of two shades of blue from Arctic Fox: Aquamarine and Poseidon. Here's how I did it and my review of this brand and color combination!
I was searching for a quality automatic watch with a decent strap. J. Brackett’s Navigli, which is equipped with a Seiko Nh35a movement, appeared to be a good option.
Bustles of the 1870s and 1880s added bulk in the rear of the skirt. These Victorian styles featured narrow skirts, tight bodices, and much ornamentation.
Imagine waking up in the morning and your hair is already done. How much time would you save? What if I told you that you could curl your hair once and it would last for up to five days? Well you can! Read on for the magic method.
Here's a step-by-step guide to help you bleach it right the first time, and not damage your hair. It's a struggle, I know.
Rose water has so many uses in skin and hair care. Learn how to make the best use of homemade or store bought sprays for your beauty needs. Make a DIY toner spray at home with just rose water and few easy ingredients.
When you're overweight, buying clothes is depressing. But, when you're losing weight, it's a whole lot more fun. There are some things you should think about, though, when you're transitioning into smaller sizes though weight loss.
Bleaching and toning go hand in hand. Use this guide to help you decide what toner to use, and how to use it!
Here are five amazing beauty hacks to keep your skin young and beautiful. Things you can do to make sure your skin stays youthful and glowing.
During the American Civil War, women of the South were limited by the availability of products due to the blockade. Fabric was needed for the military so women became creative with limited resources.
No matter how healthy you are, at some time you'll suffer from flaky skin, spots, zits, scabs, or pimples. Here is a lighthearted look at some icky skin stuff!