Pucker Up with the Right Shade of Red


Nothing say’s louder than a red lip stick. You see the trend everywhere from Hollywood to your place; subtle make-up plus big, bold, and fierce red lipstick that go from day to night. You probably already know that some shades of red don’t really work on a lot of women. The wrong shade can make you look like a clown. The trick is to pick the right shade of red. For fair toned girls, go for a red lip stick with pink undertones. Medium skinned girls should make cherry red their choice whereas a deeper shade of red suit dark skinned girls best.

The Truth about Falling Hair

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Falling hair? Don’t freak out, that’s normal. People shed about 50-100 hair strands on a daily basis. So the next time you see strands in the drain or your hair brush, just relax and stop thinking you’re going bald. Stressed out? Well that may also contribute to hair loss. Medical studies show that stress and trauma can result into hair loss. The good news is that hair loss due to stress is only temporary. Although falling hair is normal, you should always keep your hair strong and healthy. Start by eating protein- rich food such as nuts and lean meat. It’s also better if you stick to gentle hair care products instead of chemical-loaded ones. Once you think that your hair loss is not normal, don’t worry it’s treatable. A quick visit to your doctor is a big help.

How to Keep Your Hair Colour Vibrant


Colouring your hair is an easy way to update your look! Yes, it could be costly and take too much of your time so it’s only practical to extend your hair colour’s life. In order to keep your vibrant hair colour last long, here are a few tips.

    1. Always deep condition your hair. Moisturized hair makes it difficult for hair colour to fade. So next time, use a good conditioner with a moisturizing ingredient like aloe Vera extract.
    2. Go organic. Harsh chemicals found in shampoos can make your colour look dull. Opt for organic hair products that are gentle and safe for treated hair.
    3. Protect your hair from the sun. Heat is your hair colour’s number one enemy. In order to prevent it from fading quickly, wear a hat or a scarf when you’re outdoors. It’s also good if you use hair serums with at least SPF20.