Frozen cubes of watermelon juice, basil and camphor which acts as a toner. So the next time you come from outdoors just rub a frozen cube on your face and feel the freshness. Things you’ll need: 1/2 glass watermelon juice 4-5 basil leaves A pinch of camphor Method: Mix all … Read more
Many foods contain naturally occurring substances that bring on sleep; here are some of the best choices to help you settle down for a quality rest. Walnuts Walnuts are a good source of tryptophan, a sleep-enhancing amino acid that helps make serotonin and melatonin, the “body clock” hormone that sets … Read more
Is this the beginning of the return of the flare? Palazzo pants are a polarizing style: you either love them or you hate them. A trend with deep vintage roots, palazzo pants first appeared as a glamourous piece for old Hollywood stars in the 1930s, and then again as a hippie fashion staple in the 60s and 70s. Most recently, we’ve seen the light-weight, flowy style as a part of celebrities‘, reality stars‘, and models‘ summer ensembles.
Palazzo pants are easy to pull-on and go, provide balance and flatter wider thighs and hips, and create the illusion of a maxi skirt while keeping the freedom of pants intact. Because the pants are the epitome of high volume, however, they’re definitely statement-making, and are not always the most wearable. If you’re considering purchasing a pair of palazzo pants, the key to maximizing wearability is to consider the proportions of your outfit.
Think balance! If you follow the baggy pants + fitted top formula, you can’t go wrong. When in doubt, simply style your palazzos like a maxi skirt! The result is a look that’s both comfortable and cute. some styling tips for wearing Palazzo pants: Take care of the length.
Soak a cotton swab with hydrogen peroxide, and gently rub into the skin over the henna stain. It can take awhile, but eventually the color will start to fade. Go swimming in a pool. The chlorinated water dries out the skin and speeds up the fading process. Soak the area … Read more
Hair can be distracting in both good and bad ways! Short or long, thick or thin we want our hair to be perfect. Who doesn’t want great hair? Most people would admit that they have at least a little bit of vanity about them, and they want to make sure … Read more
This is my personal hand savior when I need my hands to look freshly manicured in two minutes. I do not use nail polish, so having groomed cuticles is very important. Ingredients 1/2 cup (15 g) organic brown sugar 1/2 cup (15 g) grape seed oil 5 drops vanilla extract 2 … Read more
Lemon is a health and endless beauty receptacle. We will never manage to thank it for all the free benefits it gives us trough its vitamins with miraculous effects for beauty and vigor. The rough skin on the elbows, knees and heels disappears if you rub it with a half lemon, … Read more
Research has suggested a link between grilled food and cancer, but you can cut down on that risk with these simple tips for healthier grilling. Stay clear of burned steer Regularly consuming well-done or charred meat may increase your risk of developing pancreatic cancer by up to 60 percent, according … Read more
If you could only purchase a few essential oils at a time, do you know what oils to start with, or even the benefits of a few popular oils? There are Health Promoting Essential Oils that one should use. Lemon: Lemon oil has several properties. Lemon oil is best known for its … Read more
My skin tends to be more dry than oily now that I’m over 35 and I find that using a foundation primer helps my favorite tinted sunscreen, La Roche-Posay Anthelios XL tinted creme go on more smoothly. I realized it works just as well as my Laura Mercier primer. And Laura Mercier is on … Read more
Here are a few germ hot spots that warrant your occasional attention. Given that they’re invisible to the naked eye, germs might be growing on places you’d never consider cleaning. Here are a few that warrant your occasional attention: 1. Telephone receivers. In his research, Dr. Gerba found significant numbers of … Read more