Learn simple and inexpensive methods for making cellulite less noticeable on your body so you can feel more confident no matter what you are wearing.
Edwardian fashion refers to the clothing worn in the early 20th century and features an elegant, mature look for women, created around the S curve with its monobosom and a new long line.
An informative piece on the Modest Fashion movement from the perspective of someone who has been following it for the past five years.
Have you ever wanted to wax your own eyebrows but were just a little scared to do it or weren't sure what you would need? In this tutorial, I'll show you how I shape and wax my eyebrows at home using the Sally Hansen All Over Body Wax Kit.
It's sweltering and you don't want to wear much of anything so finding an outfit that helps you stay cool while still looking great is a must. Fortunately, current trends favor baring a bit more skin while still offering the air of sophistication that is often lacking in a summer wardrobe.
''Hair Goals!'' If like so many others out there right now, you are stuck on your journey towards growing long and healthy hair follow these easy and affordable steps that will help you reach your goal.
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.
Is your hair flat and lifeless? Do you envy people with bounce and volume? Don't despair, it is possible to put more oomph in your hairstyle!
Flappers were only part of the fashion trend of the 1920's. The female silhouette became slimmer and almost androgynous with drop waist dresses and loose, comfortable clothing.
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.
Let's dive into the world of hair toner—how you can achieve the proper blonde, minus brassy orange and yellow tones?
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.