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FAUX TO PRO: HAIR COLOR

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Posted by 05.03.17

According to Clairol, 75 percent of American women color their hair. Whether concealing grays enhancing natural color with highlights or making a radical change at home or in the salon, it takes a bit of maintenance to keep color looking bright and vibrant. If you want to help your color last longer, take a gander at the products below, and don’t miss a few must-know color-extending tips…

The basics: Joico Color Infuse Shampoo and Conditioner ($15.99-$17.99)
These color-depositing duos keep brown, copper and red color bold and bright between salon appointments thanks to a unique technology that helps dyes stick to your strands through multiple washes. They also feature antioxidants t

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FAUX TO PRO: 4 WAYS TO TAME YOUR TUMMY

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Posted by 02.06.17

Do you have a belly bulge that just won’t budge, no matter how mindful you are about diet and exercise? The holidays certainly don’t help, but skincare, professional treatments, waist-whittling apparel and other ab-improving hacks may be just what you’re looking for. So if crunches are getting you nowhere and your bank account is the only thing shrinking after Pilates, consider these alternatives…

Faux: Skinny Tan Gradual Tanner ($30)
If you can’t tone it, tan it—and this buildable self-tanner goes to work on more than your skin tone. Formulated with a caffeine derivative called guarana that helps flush away excess fluid, it helps smooth the appearance of puffiness as it deli

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FAUX TO PRO: YOUR GUIDE TO BETTER BROWS

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Posted by 07.12.16

Eyebrows play a crucial role in our overall facial appearance, and minor tweaks can have a major impact. But the “bold brow” trend isn’t the only reason to amp up your arches… Fort Lauderdale, Florida permanent makeup provider Diane Makish explains that clients come to her for more than sparse brows due to years of overplucking. “Hair loss due to chemotherapy and alopecia, as well as trichotillomania (the compulsive urge to pull out hair) are just a few medical reasons to consider the variety of brow enhancement treatments.” Permanent makeup is definitely a long-lasting solution but it’s not the only option, and here are a variety of “faux” and “pro” ways to get full, b

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FROM PRO TO FAUX: POREXIA SOLUTIONS

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Posted by 05.10.16

Are you obsessed with the size of your pores?

You are not alone. Far from it.

A survey of nearly 2,000 women by L’Oreal Paris found that 45% of women would change the size of their pores if they could, and almost a third say they’re more worried about pore size than wrinkles.

It’s called Porexia and if these numbers are right, it’s something of an epidemic.

“Porexia is the term for an unusual concern over pore size,” explains Christopher W Robb, MD, PhD a Nashville, Tenn-dermatologist.“Pore enlargement is not a disease, it’s a cosmetic concern.” Pores tend to appear bigger when they become clogged with dirt, oil and bacteria.

Some women are so hyper-consumed wi

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