Thanks to recent research in the Netherlands, we now have confirmation that when we're in prime mode to get it on, what may normally gross us out no longer does.
Miley Cyrus has just debuted a super-short platinum blonde style – a very high-fashion look compared to the shoulder-length girl-next-door locks she's been rocking lately. Will her fiance Liam Hemsworth dig her new, boyish 'do?
In a day and age when women's appearances are perpetually scrutinized, the controversy over Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas's hair is particularly maddening and egregious, since Douglas has just made history by becoming the first African-American gymnast to ever win the all-around individual title in the Olympics.
Positively speaking, redheads are stereotypically known for their fiery passion in both temperament and sexuality. To be complete, this list includes natural redheads (Isla Fisher) as well as actresses known to regularly dye their hair red (Emma Stone).
The sun is out, the hopes are high and the suitcases are full: It's time for a sexy (and long-awaited) vacation. But nothing taints looking irresistible on your trip quite like realizing you completely forgot the necessary tools for a romantic getaway, so be sure to use this as a checklist.
Whether you're single or with your partner, when you're on the way to a much-deserved vacation from work, the last thing you want to think is stuff like, "Dammit, I wish I'd remembered to wax my bikini zone." Luckily for you, we've compiled a handy list of beauty rituals to take out the stress and pressure out of your precious sun-soaking days.
How hairy are you? I was going to write about how dating has now changed into a “let’s hop into bed now” thing then came across this article (http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/relationships/Hair-246271.html) about body hair.
Sure, outdoor shows this time of year are amazing, but the combination of the heat and humidity and people not taking care of themselves usually results in more than a few in the medical tent on the premises missing all the great music.
I had gray hair since I was 16 years old; I noticed one long, solitary gray hair in the top of my head, every so slightly hidden underneath fluffy dark brown curls and I was oddly amazed. Every month or so after the first pluck, two or three others, mysteriously, appeared to replace the first. My plucking strategy worked rather well for several decades. However, upon approaching 40, instead of a few errant hairs scattered throughout my curls, I was confronted much more than a few strands. No longer content with popping up in the middle of my head, the gray demons gathered along the edges of my hair, prominent, as though they not only belonged in the same territory as their dark brown sisters, but were the new rulers. I decided I would not go quietly into that good night and welcomed dye like a drowning man welcomes a life-preserver, determined to fight and wage war against the unwelcome intruders until I could fight no more.
The reality of getting your body fuzz-free and beach-ready is this: It's an ongoing process and there can be an ouch factor. As a Cuban-born Jew with hair to spare, I should know. But after more than two decades of reporting on (and trying) the latest beauty products, here are my tried and true hair-removing favorites.
Looks like eyes really are the windows to the soul! When we asked which of their body parts women like best in our "Irresistible You" survey, a full 40 percent answered "eyes."
Some actresses like Michelle Williams and Emma Watson may love having short hair, but not Cameron Diaz! According to Us Weekly, the 39-year-old 'What To Expect When You're Expecting' star revealed that she didn't mean to cut her hair so short, and that she burst into tears when she realized the mistake the friend/stylist had made.
It is no secret that black women today are on the receiving end of a full on media assault. We see this in the way we are depicted in popular culture, in movies, television, music and blogs. We are portrayed as undesirable, uneducated, unfit and uncouth. Despite the fact that these depictions are categorically false and preposterous as evidenced in our real day to day lives, the media is all too happy to continue to spew this caricature of us.