Gwyneth Paltrow and Tracy AndersonIs the Blow-Dry bar the new celebrity fragrance?
By Carly Cardellino
It would seem so. Shortly after Rachel Zoe and business partner Robin Moraetes opened Dream Dry in NYC, we caught wind that Gwyneth Paltrow and Tracy Anderson were headed down that same perfect hair path, teaming up with David Babaii to open up a gorgeous blow dry bar within Tracy's new Brentwood studio.
Not that we're complaining-the more blow dry bars, the better.
Related: Major! Rachel Zoe Opens DreamDry
"We are so excited to have partnered with David Babaii on the blow dry bar that we'll be offering to members of our flagship studio located in Brentwood, CA," Tracy Anderson tells Cosmopolitan.com. "As our members transform themselves into the women and men they want to be [in the studio], the David Babaii team will design a hairstyle customized for their face shape and lifestyle, as well as a product regime of what to use to keep them looking their best while [they're] on the go."
Prices are yet to be decided
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- Cosmopolitan.com | Beauty – Mon, Mar 25, 2013 10:56 AM EDT
Gwyneth Paltrow and Tracy AndersonIs the Blow-Dry bar the new celebrity fragrance?Read More »from Gwyneth Paltrow and Tracy Anderson to Open a Blow-Dry Bar
Waiting to get married is better on your wallet.There's a new reason that women shouldn't stress about finding "The One" in their twenties: Marrying later in life can be better for your bank account, according to a new study of college-educated women by The University of Virginia.Read More »from The Financial Benefit of Not Rushing to the Altar
By Carson Griffith
Ladies who walk down the aisle in their thirties earn an average of 56 percent (!) more than their counterparts who get married more than a decade prior. The average marrying age in the U.S is at an all-time high for women at 27, compared to 1990 when the average was 23, according to The National Marriage Project's study. So, child brides are on the decline.
But when it comes to guys, it's the reverse. Men who tie the knot in their twenties tend to have higher incomes overall than those who wait until after 30, no matter what education level they possess, finds the study. The average marrying age for men is also increasing, despite the apparent financial bonus: In 1990, the average was 26, while now it's 29.
Related: How Not to Marry
Miley shows off her bling.Um, earth to media: Engaged women don't wear their engagement rings 100 percent of the time, mkay?Read More »from Leave Miley Cyrus and Her Engagement Ring Alone
By Natasha Burton
There's been some speculation about Miley Cyrus and her fiance Liam Hemsworth's relationship of late because (gasp!) Miley has been spotted WITHOUT HER RING ON. Seriously?! (ICYMI, Miley posted a photo on her Twitter page, as seen above, showing her brandishing her bling.)
Sure, you would think that an engaged gal would never want to take her diamond off her finger-and I certainly felt that way the moment my guy put a ring on it-but the fact is, after a couple months, I forget to wear mine all the time. And I always take it off before going to the gym now after getting a couple of ring-induced blood blisters. So, when I'm bopping around town, I'm probably only wearing my ring about half the time. Not a big deal.
I think it's a bit ridic that gossip sites determine a couple's relationship status based on whether or not a chick is wearing her
- Cosmopolitan.com | Love + Sex – Thu, Mar 21, 2013 9:55 AM EDT
Researchers think they've figured out why women stay with abusive men.Ever wonder why women who have been abused by their man stay in the relationship? Researchers think they've figured out why.Read More »from The Real Reason Women Don't Leave Abusive Relationships
By Dara Adeeyo
According to a Purdue University study, girls who date an abusive guy are happier than they expected when the relationship ends. This is an obvious duh, but the study noticed that the women in the study projected their happiness to be low if the relationship ended, suggesting that this is why (aside from the mental abuse) many women stay in abusive relationships.
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So if you're dating someone that has either shoved, controlled, sworn at, or humiliated you, you need to end your relationship. There's no doubt breakups suck. It'll be sad and hard to emotionally detach from someone who has pretty much brainwashed you, but staying in an unhealthy relationship will cause you more long-term problems. And maybe this study is a sign: You'll be happier than you think to put him behind you.
Eat this to help fight the bloat.You went to sleep skinny. So why does it feel like you gained the entire freshman 15 overnight? "Your weight can change anywhere from one to five pounds in a day due to hormone fluctuations, what you eat, and water retention," says Melinda Jampolis, MD, a physician in L.A. If you're bloated all the time and also have stomach pain, see a doctor--it could be a medical issue. If it's just once in while...well, that's what we're here for.Read More »from 9 Ways to Beat Bloating
By Jessica Herman
1. Use Instagram
"Pull up a favorite pic of yourself on your phone, and look at it during the day," suggests Ashley Solomon, a psychologist in Chicago. You may feel more preggo than hot chica right now, but the image reminds you how you felt in that moment. Warm fuzzies may ensue.
2. Activate Your Abs
"Rotating your core muscles helps force gas out of your intestines," says Lindsay Hallam, a Pilates instructor at The Studio (MDR), in Marina del Rey, California. Get into side-plank position, and bring your top arm
- Cosmopolitan.com | Work + Money – Tue, Mar 19, 2013 11:30 AM EDT
Check these out before your next interview.Your smart tweets, clever video resume and even your connections aren't going to get your next job. No pressure, but a lot is riding on your interview.Read More »from The New Interview Tips Every Smart Girl Should Know
By Jessica Herman
Nail it next time with 16 tips from our panel of experts: Lauren Berger, CEO of Internqueen.com and author of All Work, No Pay: Finding an Internship, Building Your Resume, Making Connections, and Gaining Job Experience; Cynthia Shapiro, author of What Does Somebody Have To Do To Get A Job Around Here?; and Caroline Dowd-Higgins, author of This is Not the Career I Ordered.
1. Think savvy, not superfan
Walk the line between being a nervous nelly and a fan girl, says Berger. Make sure your passion doesn't come across as too obsessive. Come across as confident but also appropriate and reserved when needed.
2. In fact, play a little hard to get
Aggressiveness is passé, says Shapiro. Unless you're in certain fields (you know if you're in them, such as the media industry) being super aggressive
Don't get caught doing these things on your vacay.With all the sunshine and tequila shots, it's easy for your good judgment to stay packed in your suitcase. Here, Cosmo's list of things not to do.Read More »from 10 Things Not to Do on Spring Break
By Katy Lindenmuth
1. Believe the handwritten signs plastered everywhere that read: "THIS CITY HAS JUST PASSED A LAW DECLARING ALL BEACHES AND POOL MANDATORILY TOPLESS."
2. The boardwalk of shame.
3. Pick up crabs - and we don't mean the kind that walk sideways on the beach.
4. Pole-dance with a tiki torch and no underwear - has Lindsay taught you nothing?
Related: Spring Break Beauty Essentials That Will Slip Right Through Security
5. Put your signature on anything official-looking. This includes a marriage license, any kind of reality-show release form, or the signup sheet for the Skankiest Wet T-Shirt Ho of Spring Break 2013 Competition.
6. Update Twitter every time you take a shot of tequila - by the end of the night, you'll be left with a ton of confused followers and a sticky keypad. Also,
- Cosmopolitan.com | Love + Sex – Thu, Mar 14, 2013 3:51 PM EDT
Here's how you can survive a really long distance relationship.I'm in a super-long-distance relationship with a guy who lives in a different time zone. We're talkin' a six hour time difference and sometimes six months between visits. When I leave for work in New York, he's already asleep in Holland-but we make it work. Here's how...Read More »from 9 Ways to Survive a Super Long Distance Relationship
By Cameron Cain
1. Regular Skype Sessions
Set a regular Skype time every day. It might sound clingy, but it works for us. If one of us can't make it at that time, we know we'll make it work the next night. Plus, I don't spend time during the day wondering when we're going to talk.
2. Talk It Up
Don't talk for more than an hour at any given time. That way, you've left some things to talk about the next time you speak. If the convo does get dull, cheer up by planning your first day together again after being apart.
3. Texting Troubles Solved
Get a free text alternative app, like Whatsapp or MessageMe, so that texting doesn't rack up a huge phone bill. Texting internationally, I learned this
Get the equality in your relationship you deserve.You're both busy at work, so why do you get stuck with all the at-home stuff? Sharon Meers and Joanna Strober, authors of Getting to 50/50, tell you how to get your guy to do his share. These simple tips will get him to be a true partner--so you can stop feeling like a nag.Read More »from The Real Way to Have it All
Ask for what you need and be specific. You think you and your guy should both clean up around the house, but he can't read your mind. So ask him--nicely, not in a critical way--and listen to his response. Saying "I want you to do more around the house" won't get you as far as saying "Let's agree on what needs to get done around the house and divvy up the list." He may even have ideas for getting the job done better and/or faster (really).
Be direct (not directive). Consider the household to-do list as something to tackle together. If one of you needs to be home when the electrician comes to fix the ceiling fan, invite him to the appointment on his Outlook calendar; this way, it's clearly a shared
How much is too much to pay for a wedding?If there's one thing I've learned about weddings since getting engaged, it's this: They're effing expensive.Read More »from The Average Cost of a Wedding Goes Up…Again
By Natasha Burton
In fact, a recent survey by The Knot and WeddingChannel.com found that the average price people spend on their weddings rose in 2012 to $28,427. Which is like the price of a car or even a down payment on a house in some states. Spending that on just one day seems a bit crazy, right?
Related: 8 Ways to Survive Wedding Season Without Going Broke
I thought so-until I started planning my own wedding. Lemme just break down how fast you can spend $30K on a wedding for 100 people:
Five-hour venue rental: $5,000
Day-of wedding coordinator (required by our venue): $2,000
Food: $10,000 (If we were having our wedding at a hotel, we would have had a $30,000 food minimum.)
Related: Guess the Celeb Engagement Ring
Okay, so that's already $25,000 and doesn't include flowers (which could be as much as $5,000), the