Iâ€™ll admit it: Iâ€™m addicted to changing my hair color. Ever since I first put blonde streaks in during my middle school years, I have been every color under the natural born sun. Iâ€™ve been various shades of blonde, from sandy to platinum, as well as dark brown, light brown, and even redâ€¦ and while not every shade has been flattering (yes, the mermaid looks great with red hair, however, this Arielle does not), it is always fun to experiment. Of course, as most women who color their hair can attest to, hair color fades. For the first few weeks your tresses may look salon-gorgeous with dimension, and then the color fades faster than you can say â€œtouch-up.â€
Long knockout lashes are all the rage. Â Just walk into any department store or drugstore these days and you will find the words â€œExtremeâ€ â€œLongerâ€ â€œThickerâ€ pasted onto mascara-like tubes of serums that promise denser, longer lashes in just a matter of weeks.
Nora Charles, celebrity esthetician from Touch of Faith Aesthetics in Los Angeles, California, says â€œlong eyelashes make great eyes look even more beautiful.Â When eyelashes are short and thin they take away from the beauty of the eyes and cause them to look dull and unimpressive.Â â€œThey also cause a woman to look older than she is.â€
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