What Was She Wearing: Answers 23 Dresses You Can Wear All Spring (And Summer, Too!) Genius New Ways To Wear A Basic T-Shirt 11 Blogger Looks That Nailed It This Week BH Cosmetics- Affordable Beauty Makeup for Eyes, Face, & Lips! Top 10 Movies for Fashion Inspiration - College Fashion We all have those nights when we feel like just curling up and watching a movie by ourselves or with our girlfriends. So why not kill two birds with one stone and get some fashion inspiration while you’re at it? These 10 fashionable movies are some of my favorites for their fun and unique takes on style. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the eye candy! Fashion Movies Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961): This beloved film starring Audrey Hepburn is packed with classic, glamorous fashion. For more on this movie’s style, see my article on Breakfast at Tiffany’s Fashion. Bonnie & Clyde (1967): Faye Dunaway as Bonnie is an excellent example of a woman looking fabulous at all times, even while breaking the law during the Great Depression. For more on this movie’s style, see my article on Bonnie & Clyde Fashion. Annie Hall (1977): Dianne Keaton’s preppy menswear in this Woody Allen flick was a big trend at the time of the film release, and still remains a classic look today. The Talented Mr. The Notebook (2004):
I Heart Wedding Dress: Lace Back Wedding Dresses A selection of gorgeous lace details on wedding dresses that cause major wedding dress envy! Beautiful lace detail on the back of this vintage ivory wedding dress. A floral patterned lace back. Mermaid wedding dress with a lace back: Ivory lace against a white dress. And lastly, the beautiful lace back wedding dress worn by Bella In Breaking Dawn. Worst Beauty Trends Getty Images (3) From 60s beehives to 80s big hair to the spray-tan abusing 00s, the worst beauty trends of the past 50 years. Corbis Old-school Coppertone billboard encourages tanning. Getty Images The Beehive, as seen the 60s girl band, The Ronettes. Twiggy rocks long lashes on the top and bottom. The one and only Elizabeth Taylor. In the 1970s, Joyce DeWitt's 'do was called a shag. Taylor Dayne rocked two 80s hair don'ts—big hair and crimping. Joanna Kerns and Tracey Gold had some growing pains, called, permed hair. No lie, Tia Carrere had some serious crimping going on. Madonna started the over-plucked brow trend in 1992. Josie Bissett of "Melrose Place." Kim Mathers, Eminem's klassy sweetheart, sporting dark lip liner with pale lipstick. Paris Hilton, basking in the glory of her too-bronze skin. Shutterstock The gems in all their glory. For all of the plucking and primping ladies (and plenty of men) indulge in, there is definitely a science to looking good. Want to kick butt at work? Read More
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Find out about Braids: Our Top 7 Picks | Family Style - StumbleUpon By kenziepoo | It’s so hard to believe that fall will be upon us soon. If you are like me you will be in desperate need of what’s in for hair this fall. Keep reading after the jump to view our favorite Braids! nggallery id=’121177′ Milkmaid Braid You can't go wrong with a Dutch Milkmaid Braid Tucked Braid Try this pretty tucked braid for an evening out. French Braid-Cascading hair One of my favorites is the Partial French Braid w/ Cascading Hair. Double Knot Fast and easy: Try the Double Knot...tie a single knot in much the same way you would tie any knot, placing one section of parted hair over the other, then looping that section though the created hole, pulling the two parts tightly Side Braid You can rock a Turban with a relatively loose and relaxed side braid. Milkmaid braid via here Tucked Braid via here French Braid Cascading Hair via here Side Braid with Turban via here Undone Braid via here Braided Pigtails via here Can’t do braids due to your shorter ‘do? The 7 WORST things to say to your kid
diy When I was in China last summer, I remember noticing that most girls had ponytails tied with a scrunchie with bunny ears. I could never pull this off, but thought it was adorable, and kept it in mind for an Easter DIY. It's a great way to use fabric scraps, a simple accessory to wear at an Easter party, and a sweet Easter gift for a little girl. When I was done with the DIY, I saw that there was a similar one on YouTube. Okay, on to the DIY! Supplies needed:Fabric, about 1/8 yardFabric glue (or a sewing machine if you prefer to sew)Elastic (I used the 0.25 wide one), about 9"ScissorsPencilSafety pin Start by cutting a 18" x 3" piece of fabric. On the right side of the fabric, apply fabric glue all along the top edge (on the longest side), trying to distribute the glue evenly. Fold (wrong side facing out), press firmly along the edge (where you just applied glue), and let the glue dry for about half an hour. Once the glue has dried, turn the tube inside out. Cut a 12" x 5" piece of fabric.
Give Your Shampoo a Lift with a Little Baking Soda » Eco Baking soda is most often used for deodorizing refrigerators and, of course, baking. This multi-tasker also has medicinal uses, can scrub your tub and – surprise! – can be used to green up your beauty routine. While some people swear by ditching the shampoo all together and using baking soda instead, my trial of that last year didn’t go so well. My favorite use for baking soda is to give my shampoo a little extra oomph on those days when my hair’s gotten so dirty, it needs some super-strong cleansing. You can also mix baking soda with your face wash for an exfoliating scrub that will eliminate oil and leave your skin feeling extra clean.