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What did we do before dry shampoo? We definitely washed our hair a lot more. But these oil-absorbing, odor-eliminating, style-refreshing powders and sprays do more than save us time—they also lend sexy texture to squeaky-clean strands and extra grip that helps certain styles stay in place. But a new era has dawned, as dry shampoos and texturizing products now come in unique formulations that we once never imagined.
R+Co Badlands Dry Shampoo Paste ($28)
Offering oil-absorption plus tousled texture and a touch of hold, this paste is a must-try for any dry shampoo devotee. Great for short or layered styles that require a piece-y look, it leaves hair with a matte finish—and no heavy buil
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Bangs are one of the easiest ways to change your look in a major way, without resorting to changes like hair length, color or texture. Done right, a fringe can make someone look young, chic and cooler-than-cool. Done wrong, you’ll spend months trying to grow them out.
Danielle Allyson, stylist at NYC’s Butterfly Studio Salon, says your face shape plays a role in what will work best on you.
OVAL: This shape is perfect for basically any bang. Select a bang that compliments your current cut to frame your face perfectly.
ROUND: Rounder shapes are pretty symmetrical. Choppy, asymmetrical bangs or long, face-framing bangs with a center part will help to elongate the face, drawing the ey
Come join the style and health conversation on November 10, 2011, when Glow Beauty Magazine sponsors a presentation entitled “Breast Beauty & Style Update” at Clarins Skin Spa.
Featuring plastic New York City plastic surgeon Dr. Tracy Pfeifer and style expert Jacqui Stafford, the presentation will be held at the Clarins Skin Spa on Madison Avenue in New York City from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Selected by New York Magazine as “Best Beauty Doctor,” Dr. Pfeifer specializes in plastic surgery of the breast and helping women achieve the breasts they desire including breast enhancement, breast lifts and revisional surgery. A fashion editor and TV personality seen on Today and G
Ulta Beauty is spreading love and kisses and good hair cuts this October in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Its windows will be filled from top to bottom with “kiss” decals as part of its Windows of Love – Donate with a Kiss program, which supports the Breast Cancer Research Fund. For each $1 donated on behalf of BCRF at an Ulta store, the donator will receive a “kiss” decal, which can be posted in the store or windows. The Windows of Love – Donate with a Kiss program is expected to showcase more than six miles of kisses in stores nationwide.
Those who donate $1 can register to win a beauty bag of pink products, valued at $598, which will go to one winner per sto