By Petra Guglielmetti, Glamour magazine
I am a huge proponent of the investment blow dryer. A well-made ionic one (like my beloved Ultra Chi) makes such a big difference when it comes to styling and your hair's longer-term health/appearance. But the new $700 hairdryer hitting the market has even me saying what the what?!
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New to the market this month, the Sedu Icon Prive claims to be "the most technologically advanced dryer in the world"--which it certainly should be, for a price tag of $700. Those technological advancements include using 70 percent less electricity, being extremely lightweight (about a pound) with a cool-touch nozzle, and giving you dramatically reduced drying time, thanks to an air speed of 93 MPH--I'm not sure how that compares to the average dryer, but it sure sounds windy! The Prive also boasts 10,000 hours of motor life (or about 8 years of use), compared to 2,000 for the average dryer, and comes with a 6 year
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By Baze Mpinja, Glamour magazine
Whether you're blessed with natural curly hair (lucky you!) or just want to do something different with your 'do, you officially have no more excuses not to change up your hairstyle. Take a cue from these gorgeous wavy-haired celebs-you've got options!Read More »from 14 Seriously Cute Hairstyles for Curly Hair
Before you go to bed at night try one (or a few!) of these simple, at-home beauty tips. You'll wake up feeling pampered, refreshed and rejuvenated and, yes, even prettier.
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By Tanya Edwards, Glamour magazine
So you're dating a guy, let's call him Smeorge Shlooney, and everything is going great-except for one teeny, tiny, little hiccup: You're not always sure he's 100 percent over his ex. Before you get all paranoid on Smeorgey, consult our he's-so-not-over-her warning signs. And remember: Every relationship is different, so make sure to talk things over with your man before making any major relationship changes.
1. You Know He's Not Over His Ex When…He's Her Dog-Sitter
Your man ended his previous relationship months ago, but it seems like every time you call him, he's out walking his ex-girlfriend's dog. Should you freak out? Not necessarily. If they were together for a long time or they got the dog together, he might not miss her-he might miss the dog. But if she got the pup after they broke up, it could be a move on his part to get out of the doghouse with her.
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2. You Know He's Not Over His Ex When…They Text
By Alyssa Shapiro, Glamour magazine
If you thought sky-high heels and fancy party dresses were the only covetable styles to hit the spring Fashion Week runways, think again! Look a little closer and you'll notice a slew of standout, must-try nail trends headed our way soon-and the best part is, you can get a jump on these trends now! And why not? As the amazing Essie told us, it's the only makeup that you get to see all day!Read More »from 10 Big Nail Trends to Try Right Now
Does a tipsy kiss count? A flirty tweet? A sext? In the ever-expanding gray area of fidelity, 102 men explain what's wrong to them.
Have you ever cheated on a woman?
If so, did your wife/girlfriend and the other woman know each other?
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If so, did your wife/girlfriend find out?
If your wife/girlfriend found out, did you stay together?
Has a woman ever cheated on you?
Not that I know of: 18%
Would you ever cheat on a woman with one of her friends?
Would you sleep with a woman who you knew was in a relationship?
Yes. Her relationship isn't my problem: 50%
No. I wouldn't do that to the other guy: 24%
No. Cheating is wrong, period: 26%
If your partner makes out with another woman, is it cheating?
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If someone cheats while drunk, is it excusable?
Yes. He/she didn't know what he/she was
By Megan Gustashaw, Glamour magazine
We get it: Navigating all the new trends coming at you right now can be a difficult process. Hoping to make shopping for-and wearing-fall's new looks easier, we've pulled together a few pointers on how to dress for fall success.
- Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Thu, Sep 15, 2011 8:06 PM EDT
By Meredith Turits, Glamour magazine
It's sweltering out. No, wait, now I'm freezing! How am I supposed to pick an outfit?! If this internal monologue sounds just a bit too familiar, you'll want to pay attention: We've got a ton of fashion advice for what to wear during that tricky transition between summer and fall.
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By Brenda Della Casa, Glamour magazineRead More »from Why He Hasn’t Proposed (Yet)
Think every man who doesn't propose is afraid to commit? Don't be so sure. Read on for eight very real reasons even a man in love might not pop the question.
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1. His Parents' Marriage Didn't Make It
Our parents' relationship offers us our first glimpse of the pros and cons of marriage, so if his mom and dad communicated best through lawyers, saying "I do" might be a huge don't. "I know a few guys who remember their parents' relationship as being full of poison, and the idea of marriage brings up the pain they felt when their parents divorced," says Steve, 31, of Boston. "So instead of proposing to the women they loved, they broke things off when it got to that point in their relationships."
2. He's Focused on His Career
Many men place the same emphasis on their career as some women do on their relationship status, which means that unless he's made a name for himself at the office, he