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Home Remedies for Damaged Hair with Ingredients from Your Kitchen

You may not know it, but some of the things you are doing every single day may be damaging your hair. Not only does your hair go through normal wear-and-tear, but there are other things you may be doing to damage your hair without even realizing it! These activities may result in dryness, limpness and breakage. There are also various environmental aspects that may be damaging your hair, resulting in issues including frizz, dullness and split ends.

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The Ultimate Guide to the Best Essential Oils for Glowing Skin

Essential oils are popping up everywhere in the media these days. You may have thought this is just another fad, but essential oils have been around for centuries, and they are here to stay. Why? One reason is because they have seriously great benefits for healthy, glowing skin. Whether you are looking to diminish wrinkles or treat acne, there is an essential oil solution out there for you and your beauty routine.  

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Ways To Get Rid Of Dark Circles And Under Eye Bags At Home

When we’re anxious and full of worry, our bodies can often suffer the consequences. We may struggle with an inability to get adequate sleep and consequently experience less motivation to exercise, feel fatigued and even be prone to skin breakouts… the list goes on and on. One side effect that many people may deal with due to these cumulative issues is dark circles and under-eye bags.

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The Hair Clip Style Guide: How to Get the Look

When it first came to my attention that hair clips were coming back in, two significant points were immediately obvious. The first was that social media influencers led the charge on this style, dictating the look and placement of little details and showing us how to imitate them. The second point was that the re-emergence of this iconic late-90s trend is not Spice Girls 2.0, but an up-leveled, understated application of pretty and practical hair accessories. Where twenty-something Sarah Michelle Gellar gave us a rainbow of colorful oversized butterflies securing conspicuous chunks of hair at 30-degree intervals, the new hair clip aesthetic is closer to the minimalist approach that has grown to redefine jewelry over the past six to seven years. 

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