With a little advance planning, you can build a wardrobe that's in style spring, summer, fall and even winter.
You don't have to stuff your closets and drawers with separate wardrobes for every season to look great all year round. With a little advance planning, you can build a wardrobe that's in style spring, summer, fall and even winter.
When it comes to choosing a T-shirt, blouse, sweater or dress, it's the neckline that is likely to make all the difference between a look that flatters your figure and one that accentuates your less-than-perfect parts.
Sharing hair products and styling tools with your man seems like the smart thing to do: an eco-friendly, economical and clear-the-bathroom-clutter choice. But is it? Here's what you need to know about partner hair care.
Online sample sales let you build the wardrobe of your dreams for far less money and effort than going to the mall. But with millions of shoppers competing for the same discounts, it's a competitive sport. Here's how to get the winning edge.
If you're like most women, you need about three months at the gym and two weeks at the pool before your legs are ready for public display. Speed up those results with self-tanners, a strategic choice of fashion, and effective exercises.
You don't need a green thumb -- or even a patch of earth -- to enjoy a vibrant home garden. Today, you can grow flowers, herbs, fruits and vegetables in the smallest spaces, from patios and rooftops to windowsills, even on a wall.
In winter, the combination of indoor central heating with weather that's bitter cold or soggy wet can turn hair into a frizzy, brittle mess of static, or a dull, limp mop immune to your styling attempts. And that's on the good days.
Bright, labor-intensive makeup and gleaming, straight locks are fantastic for frosty months, but summer is all about low-key beauty. If humidity has you hiding your hair for fear of a frizzified coif, follow these four tips.