Bleaching and toning go hand in hand. Use this guide to help you decide what toner to use, and how to use it!
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.
Not all soap is created equal! These great-smelling bar soaps make a perfect gift for the men in your life.
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.
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!
It's really simple to grow out afro hair. In fact, if your hair routine is complicated, there's a good chance you're doing more damage than good.
Make your own peel-off face masks with these simple recipes. You can make these masks at home to tackle acne or clear up dull skin with common ingredients like honey, tea tree oil, and gelatin.
Ladies, are you still using the same brand of mascara you did 20 years ago? Colors, formulations, and ethics have changed. Is it time to update what's in your makeup bag?
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.
Victorian fashions reflect clothing worn between 1837 - 1901. Despite the prim and proper feminine ideal, Victorian clothing includes outrageous styles like hoop skirts and bustles.
Most gold has a karat hallmark on it, but it may be too worn to read. Luckily, there are other ways to determine the karat rating. A simple acid test can be done at home and the equipment is relatively cheap to buy.