Soaking every day in the ofuro, or bathtub, is an important part of the Japanese day. In recent years, it has become popular to do a "hanshinyoku"—literally, "half body soak." Find out how to do it in this article.
Have you heard products advertising that they are "paraben-free?" Learn what parabens are and what potential side effects they may have before you buy your next beauty product!
In this detailed guide to using henna, you'll learn what henna is, how to obtain it, and how to determine if it is high quality.
This is how I get rid of the double crease (i.e. two visible folds), which I tend to get on my left eye.
Here are my top 11 recipes and instructions for masks, cleansers, and wraps all made with activated charcoal. I've also included a list of charcoal treatments I have not tried and why.
These days, people from all walks of life are wearing color contacts. This is about my experience with trying different colored contact brands.
Here are several scissors, snippers, and shears, along with when and why to use them with a focus on grooming.
For the bride, beauty is usually pretty high on the list of wedding day worries. All of the planning and preparation can be overwhelming, and it's important to follow some fundamental rules so that you look your best on the big day. You'll be glad you did!
Have you ever wondered what period underwear is? There's a huge market for period panties. We will discuss how to use them as well as how to get blood out of panties.
Some people may wonder whether beauty pageants are good or bad for young children. Actually, no one can really make a blanket statement either way. Let's take a look at some of the issues that are involved.