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The latest new hair color trend for brunettes is bronde (nope, not a typo!), a blend of strategically placed blonde shades that give you a walk on the lighter side while still maintaining your brown locks. The trick to going bronde is to have a lot of your natural hair color around the crown of the head and the hairline and adding slightly lighter, complimentary ribbons starting at cheekbone level or lower so that your own shade blends very naturally with it. The contrast between your roots and the lighter hue shouldn’t be more than a few shades different so the end result is added dimension and movement rather than too much color contrast. A medium to dark golden honey blonde works for mos
When you think of towelettes, does your mind still goes to those lemony scented wipes that were a big part of degreasing sticky, dirty, fingers. If so, it’s high time you get on board and embrace today’s wipes. They’re super convenient and can replace virtually any beauty product taking up precious space on your shelves, plus there’s no chance of them spilling and ruining your favorite bag–they’re mess-free!
Beauty wipes can be used for your face, body, hair and are even used off-label on keyboards, dirty dogs and so much more. They are lightweight and small enough to be portable making them ideal for travel and touchups on the go. Here, 7 ways to simplify your beauty routine and
Sam P. Most, M.D., F.A.C.S. is Chief of the Division of Facial Plastic Surgery at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif.– a distinction that speaks volumes about his credibility, techniques and skill set. He is widely sought after in the Bay area, where he is known for his integrated approach to facial aging and natural-looking results.
Dr. Most chatted with Beauty in The Bag about his approach to facial plastic surgery, the effect Facebook and celebrity worship is having on his patients and the importance of being honest about what a procedure can or can’t do.
Here’s what he had to say:
1. Tell us about your practice and the types of patients you trea
If you’re anything like me it takes more than a few days to adjust when the temperature climbs into the 90’s and beyond and the humidity makes the air so thick it’s hard to breathe. At times, this heat and high humidity combo can sap all my energy and make me feel light-headed, irritable and more than a little cranky, so finding ways to keep my cool is of the utmost importance.
Keeping cool when the mercury soars is no easy feat, but over the years I’ve learned a trick or two to help me get through it. I’ve found that cool showers, wearing loose-fitting, breathable clothing and drinking plenty of H2O before I even feel thirsty does make a difference in how I feel. I avoid exercising out