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Latest News

  • Why Everyone Needs to Stop Talking About Anti-Aging, and Focus On Wellness

    08/01/17 ,via W Magazine

    16 months ago, Renee Tavoularis and Lynne Florio launched Well Within, a line of seven plant-based products, including a makeup remover, cleanser, exfoliator, toner, day cream, night cream and eye cream. But don't think their overall mission is just

  • The 19 Best Beauty Tricks I've Learned After 10 Years as a Beauty Editor

    07/07/17 ,via SELF

    The reason some eye creams are sold in tubes with metal tips is that the metal helps deflate puffy areas by cooling the skin, which theoretically constricts blood vessels. But you can get the same exact effect by just stashing any old eye cream in the

  • 10 spots to try for sweets & treats: From fruity & baked to creamy & iced

    07/30/17 ,via KABC-TV

    Eye on L.A. found some of the best spots across Southern California to satisfy your sweet tooth. Other than some classic pastries and ice cream , Eye on L.A. also discovered delicious, healthy vegan treats and some other gems you've probably never tried 

  • 10 new Indiana State Fair foods that will make you cry tears of joy

    07/31/17 ,via Indianapolis Star

    Basically, the best tots nachos ever. Red Frazier Bison smothers Tater Tots in sautéed ground Smoked brisket crowns a grilled Hoosier rib-eye, all of it on a bun. Ask for the Catttlemen's Choice at the Indiana Beef Forget eggs and cream. Milk

  • 9 Things Your Dermatologist Wants You to Stop Doing ASAP

    08/01/17 ,via Fashionista (blog)

    "You may not realize it, but aggressively removing eye makeup can actually cause trauma to the skin," says Zeichner. "Instead, use gentle, circular motions — and don't forget an eye cream to help keep the skin around the eyes looking young." 

Books

  • 200 Tips, Techniques, and Recipes for Natural Beauty

    Fair Winds Press (MA). 2014. ISBN: 9781592336548,159233654X. 144 pages.

    Offers recipes and information on creating natural and organic beauty products in the kitchen, including hair conditioners, facial toners, and body scrubs.

  • Skin Rules

    Macmillan. 2012. ISBN: 9781250000958,1250000955. 208 pages.

    An all-encompassing guide to skin care for readers of any age draws on the expertise of a Fifth Avenue dermatologist, providing the same advice she gives to her celebrity patients while explaining how to achieve positive results with a minimum of time and money. 50,000 first printing.

  • Beauty

    Workman Publishing. 2018. ISBN: 0761101861,9780761101864. 404 pages.

    Offers step-by-step directions, professional techniques and advice, insider tips, makeovers, and brand and product comparisons in a handbook that emphasizes a simple, healthy, and natural approach to beauty care.

  • Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: And Other Lessons from the Crematory

    W. W. Norton & Company. 2014. ISBN: 9780393245950,0393245950. 256 pages.

    “Morbid and illuminating” (Entertainment Weekly)—a young mortician goes behind the scenes of her curious profession. Most people want to avoid thinking about death, but Caitlin Doughty—a twenty-something with a degree in medieval history and a flair for the macabre—took a job at a crematory, turning morbid curiosity into her life’s work. Thrown into a profession of gallows humor and vivid characters (both living and very dead), Caitlin learned to navigate the secretive culture of those who...

  • The Black Book of Hollywood Beauty Secrets

    Penguin. 2006. ISBN: 9781101144015,1101144017. 256 pages.

    “We just asked the movie stars how they did it. What did they use? How often? Where did they get it? How can we do it, too? And they told us. We couldn’t believe it either.” Kym Douglas, host of the Lifetime makeover show Queen and the image consultant on The View, and celebrity journalist Cindy Pearlman had always wanted to know how the A-list stars looked so, well, A-list. It turns out that even the most carefully guarded stars were more than happy to dish. Collected here, in their own...

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