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Lifestyle & Trends - Beauty & Fashion
Stay on trend this winter season
As we head into the cold winter months, there is no need to sacrifice your style for warmth. This year, incorporate on-trend looks from the runway into your wardrobe to keep your look fashion-forward throughout season. Here are five fantastic looks for fall and winter from celebrity stylist, Cristina Ehrlich.
Secrets for a streamlined routine: How to look flawless in seconds
Every year, women spend billions of dollars on cosmetics and beauty products because they think that a complex routine is the key to unlocking their beautiful best. Women are busier than ever and need simple solutions to streamline their everyday.
Fresh for fall: Top budget-friendly wardrobe trends
As the weather outside evolves to a fresh season, wardrobes are evolving too. Whether you're back-to-school shopping with your kids or you want a few new pieces for you and your spouse, incorporating some of the season's top trends into your look is an easy way to stay stylish. The good news: fall 2013 is full of trends that are not only comfortable, but affordable too.
Fall back in love with your wardrobe this holiday season
Not only is the holiday season time for presenting loved ones with carefully hand-picked gifts, it's also the season for dressing up and sharing good cheer at office parties, family events and cocktail gatherings.
Men: Make sure you're keeping up your appearances these busy fall and winter months
Guys often keep their schedules packed full during the fall and winter months. Between the traditional work meetings, the sports game gatherings and all the holiday season activities, a man should be prepared to look his best at any given moment.
Giving yourself a professional-looking beauty makeover can be as simple as looking around your house. Whether it's in your bathroom or your laundry room, all sorts of products already in your home can be re-purposed to easily and quickly help you create this season's on-trend looks from head to toe. Here are some tips to get you started.
Everyone experiences irritations from time to time, but a surprising new statistic shows that eight in 10 men experience underarm irritation during their everyday routine. Here's what men need to know to fight irritation.
Fresh makeup looks for busy back-to-school routines
The back-to-school season will hasten the pace of morning routines for everyone, from busy moms to college students. Fitting your makeup regimen into a hectic schedule can make it challenging to achieve just the right look.
Fall isn't just about cool, crisp evenings, back-to-school and sporting fun ... it's also about reinventing your wardrobe, too. This season, transitioning your closet is easier than ever with fun trends that give you permission to show off your colorful character and express the many sides of your personality.
Move over carrots: other key nutrients for healthy vision
Popeye trumps Bugs Bunny - at least for your eyes. An overwhelming majority of Americans identify carrots as the best food to eat to ensure healthy eyes but far fewer know that spinach can help support their vision too, according to a new survey. Move over carrots and beta-carotene, there are other foods and nutrients that appeal to eye health.
You don't have to deny your cravings this holiday season. It is possible to create satisfying, sweet treats that are healthier options than traditional holiday fare. With these quick nutrition-savvy tips, enjoying decadent desserts has never tasted so good.
Makeup and skin care tips for looking good during chemotherapy
Last year, 232,000 women were diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States and many were told they would need chemotherapy. With October designated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it is important that women diagnosed with the disease and their caregivers feel empowered to take charge of their cancer journey. For the many women undergoing chemotherapy, getting better is the top priority, but the side effects of treatment, such as hair loss and skin changes, also weigh heavily on their minds.
Fall fashion magazines can easily top 500 pages of skirts, tops, pants, coats and accessories; all deemed "must-haves" for the chilly weather ahead. The choices and trends can be staggering, but just because temperatures are falling doesn't mean you need to drop a small fortune on a new wardrobe. Fashion experts from share six of the top trends for fall and how you can use them to make the most of the pieces already in your closet.
Avoiding footwear fumbles when exercising or playing sports
No one disputes that exercise provides a host of health benefits, from helping control weight to improving cardiovascular functions. But exercising in the wrong footwear can cause more harm than good, especially since foot health is integral to overall well-being.
Things retailers do to make you love their stores - and spend more
From sweet-on-the-feet commercial flooring to interactive product displays that incorporate sound and video, stores use a variety of marketing tools to make you feel welcome, wanted, and generous during the holidays. As you're scouting for deals this holiday season, keep your eyes open for these five "come-hither" tactics employed by retailers.
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