Only 00 days, 00 hours, 00 minutes left to enter!
At the recent 2014 Emmy Awards, Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston's receding hairline looked a bit more bountiful than usual, and it accompanied a¬†new pencil mustache. In fact, Cranston's new look (a big change from his¬†bald look on Breaking Bad), caused Metro New York to tweet about it, saying, "He's applying Rogaine everywhere."read more >
For our latest Gorgeous Giveaway, glo¬∑therapeutics has graciously offered one set of its newest mineral-based skin care launches. This anti-aging foursome has a total value of $329, making it one of our most generous beauty giveaways ever.read more >
Blonde, BLONDER, BLONDEST... Keeping your Bergdorf Blonde highlights bright and bountiful is an all-consuming task. But Redken has certainly made life as a golden girl a lot easier with their Blonde Idol collection. The textures are luxe and hair looks and feels bouncy, shiny, healthy and not overprocessed.read more >
Audrey Rosinberg, MD, spends a lot of her time debunking myths about varicose and spider veins. For example, many people still believe you can get them from crossing your legs. While she does counsel about prevention, Rosinberg is also an expert at getting rid of them for once and for all.read more >
Jan Marini Skin Research celebrates two decades of clinically advanced skin care steeped in science. Founded in 1994, the San Jose, CA-based Jan Marini Skin Research, Inc. (JMSR) is still recognized as an innovative skin care company committed to¬† improving the professional skin care market.read more >
If you have dry, dull, drab skin that needs a quick turnaround, you're going to reach for these 6 fab DIY skin devices that get the job done in the privacy of your own bathroom. These power tolls help slough, smooth, and polish your complexion in minutes.read more >
You know that sinking feeling you get when you run your brush through your hair and there are a few too many strands in the sink? Over time, hair becomes thinner and in some people, women and men, it stops growing entirely. But some new advances are helping restore fullness to your mane.read more >