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What do Valentine’s Day and Halloween have in common? Both holidays give you a chance to dress up and perhaps wear something a little risqué that you perhaps wouldn’t normally wear. No matter if you are celebrating with your man, going out with your girlfriends to attract a new one or just pampering yourself on Valentine’s Day, put on something that makes you feel special, alive and sexy. So put on that little red dress, throw on a pair of high heels and pile on the vanilla-flavored lip gloss. Here are 5 easy red-hot tips that will surely shoot an arrow right into any man’s heart.
This week's best beauty-related links from around the web.
Check out exclusive backstage photos of the Victoria's Secret runway show on The Daily Beast.
Looking for the perfect gift for your mom or BFF this holiday season? Let Cupid's arrows pierce your heart and get "Lovestruck" with Vera Wang. It's the ideal perfume for the girl who follows her heart.
If you’re in a new relationship, the looming holidays may mean you’re a tad anxious about meeting "the family." Naturally, you want to make a good impression, and while it’s what’s on the inside that counts, your appearance will speak for you before you even open your mouth.
I introduce you to the most important invention in the history of the (dating) world: the transparent(ly obvious) dress. Okay, "history of the dating world" may be an exaggeration, but for women who have a hard time communicating their desire for a certain guy, well, now there's a dress that does the flirting for you.
So, apparently Jenna Lyons is getting divorced from hubby Vincent Mazeau, after 10 years of marriage — and is rumored to be in a relationship with a woman.
A new study reveals that when men see a lady who's showing a bit of flesh, their instinct immediately assumes that while she is capable of emotions, she's unable to think for herself. Scientists revealed that "the naked flesh is seen as capable of feeling and needing protection from harm."
A new study shows that wearing makeup can make women appear more attractive, competent, likeable and trustworthy. Although the results sound legit, we can't help but notice that the study was done by Procter & Gamble, who own CoverGirl, Max Factor, Lacoste Fragrances and more. You do the math! But check it out for yourself and let us know if you agree...
Great skin leads to a happier life. How to keep your wedding from becoming a tacky nightmare. Kate Middleton is going to princess camp. 6 must-have items for fall. How to wear fishnets without looking like a stripper. Designer Starbucks T-shirts. And, what it's like to be a beauty addict.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was generally a beloved figure in American History. That is, until last night, when ABC News aired excerpts of the former first lady's audio interviews with historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr., recorded just months after the death of her husband. In the tapes, which daughter Caroline released from the family archives, she's candid, gossipy, even cutting about several major political figures.
Letting your guy tell you what to wear can toe a fine line between cute ("I want to look nice for him!") and creepy.
Who are the human barbie dolls? Creepy women, that's for sure. The Martha Stewart Weddings fall issue is here and we're a bit too excited. Fashion and eating disorders: How much responsibility does the industry have? 10 things Michael Kors says every woman should have in her closet. 13 extremely sleazy T-shirts.