We've all heard of a makeover, but a makeunder? Some of the best movies of all time have depicted characters in their grittiest forms. Christian Bale famously subsisted on a cup of coffee and a can of tuna a day to lose nearly 70 pounds for his role of Trevor Reznik in 'The Machinist', and Charlize Theron was almost unrecognizable as serial killer Aileen Wuornos in the critically acclaimed 'Monster.'
It's a known fact that men are visual creatures, which is why they're attracted to women who dress up their own natural beauty. But, does this mean you need a Clueless-type makeover to get a guy to like you? Doesn't that seem like you're changing yourself for him? The Number One Thing Men Find Attractive
Your romantic life is like a house — it needs careful maintenance if you want it to last and serve you well. Sometimes all that's required is a little soap and polish to put a shine back in your search for lasting love. Yet it's also possible that after years of neglect, or a poor design to begin with, a full-blown renovation will be necessary. If you suspect you fall into the latter category, fear not! Here is a four-step guide for getting the job done.
I struggled with acne for years. I tried every lotion, potion, contraption and medication on the market, but it wasn't until I changed things from the inside out that I found a lasting difference. I know, it might seem too simple, but I really did heal my acne with diet. Below are my top 10 suggestions for how you can get super model skin without breaking the bank on fancy products or poisoning yourself by meddling with medications.
Summer's almost over—and with fashion trends promising bold, bright colors and '70s-inspired hemlines, you can’t afford to be shy. Embrace your body and make sundresses and tank tops your friends this season—not you enemies. Here are four ways to greet summer with your head held high! LoveYourLook.com will show you how.
Poor Kate Bosworth. She may have recently been spotted out with a new man, but we can tell she took her breakup with Alexander Skarsgard really hard. How? Just look at her hair! No one thinks it’s a good idea to dip their beautiful, blonde tresses in blue hair dye unless they recently went through something traumatic. Luckily, not all celebrity post-breakup hair makeovers have been for the worse. Read on to see the best (OK, and the worst) of these breakup transformations.
As part of our Love Life Makeover series, we gave a recently jilted woman an actual makeover. It's amazing what a little shopping spree and a new hairdo will do for a lady's self-esteem. Enjoy Dr. Diana Kirschner's advice on how prepare for a great new you.
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Hair extensions produced Kate Gosslin's sexy new look, and the jury's still out on the authenticity of First Lady Michelle Obama's stylish bob. At best, "gone today, here tomorrow" styles offer greater flexibility. At worst, the expensive, go-faux trend signals that women are increasingly dissatisfied with their natural looks. Certainly, what's inside a woman's head matters more than what sprouts from—or is synthetically attached to—it. But since first impressions are so important in the dating game, we asked men: "Do you prefer au naturale or faux naturale?"
Recently it's become trendy for ambitious couples to enroll in "preventative" marriage therapy, attempting to amp up a relationship gone routine or to keep a mildly troubled one from going off the rails towards divorce.
Askmen.com published a story this week about how to transform your needy, clingy girlfriend back into the cool chick she seemingly was when you first met her. Now, before you get all offended, let us tell you two things: 1) the author was a woman (by the name of Sharalyn Hartwell) and 2) we actually agree with he
I once dated a guy who clothed himself almost exclusively in band t-shirts, pleated trousers, and an ever-present fanny pack. (And no, he wasn't a German tourist.) I remember thinking when we met that I'd finally cast eyes upon the archetypal rock critic. That he actually was a rock critic made the experience all the richer. Because he was smart, funny and cute-ish, I chose to overlook his sartorial missteps and we quickly fell in love. But despite my best efforts—including renaming the fanny pack his "colostomy bag"—I never could convince him to spiff up.
When it came time for her 10-year high school reunion she was not feeling the urge to revisit the past. So instead of RSVPing for herself, comedy writer Andrea Wachner hired a stripper to attend the reunion in her name, reports Bob Tourtellotte for Reuters.
Sex after divorce can be intimidating: a new partner can mean a new bed, a new body, and new — well — techniques. Usually, though, the hardest part is just becoming psychologically ready to date again. After that, you're likely to find that the old riding a bike analogy applies to other leisure activities as well. That being said, there's a lot you can work on all by yourself to improve your sex life.