- Mon, Mar 3, 2014 12:39 PM EST | Comments"There's no 'he said, she said,'" declares interior designer and architect-in-training Jennifer Vaughn about her relationship with fiancé Derrick Miller. "There's only 'we said.'" It's a good thing, because their apartment's small size (just over 500 square feet) and their shoestring budget to fix it up posed enough challenges. Both inherent classicists in their respective design sensibilities, the couple made the close quarters-a living area and nook of a kitchen topped by a miniscule sleeping loft-feel quite grand.
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I have had an Instagram for a few years now and have come to love it so much. It is a great way to connect with other moms and share a little piece of our everyday lives. We have also come to love the world of children's fashion through Instagram. We love documenting Bay's outfits and sharing them with our friends. Here are some of his most fashionable moments on Instagram. - By Jerika Welch
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- Fri, Mar 7, 2014 11:46 AM EST | CommentsTypically we keep our heads up at Fashion Week so we don't miss anything. But at the recent shows, our eyes were glued to the ground, fixated on all the over-the-top, ugly, hilarious, and downright scary shoes. From the runways to the sidewalks, models and showgoers alike hit the ground running with some outrageous footwear, pushing stilettos, sneakers, and sandals to the limit (and, in some cases, well beyond). From New York to London to Milan to Paris, here are some of the craziest shoes you'll ever see. By Joanna Douglas, Yahoo Shine Senior Fashion and Beauty
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While our most beloved pieces of technology have become an accessory all their own (when was the last time you weren't clutching your iPhone?), now the cases have followed suit. Inspired by this picture on Le 21ème, we thought we'd send you into your weekend (which is also smack in the middle of SXSW Interactive in Austin) feeling more than a little bit digital.
- 8 hours ago | Commentsby Christa Lee
My first experiment with dry shampoo was simply a disaster: I sprayed too much, too closely to my hair and for far too long-it ended up a white, powdery mess. But I was unwilling to give up on the idea of being able to revive a second-day hairstyle in just a few seconds; so I talked with Kevin Mancuso, New York City-based global creative director of Nexxus Salon Hair Care, who had amazing, brilliant tips:
Lucky: Should you put on dry shampoo before or after styling your hair?
Kevin Mancuso: Before styling. It not only preps your hair by providing a lightweight texture that's easy to work with, but it revives your look with volume, too.
How far away should you hold it from your hair? Should you use a few sprays or a single, continuous one?
For extra volume, spray close to the roots-about five inches away. For all-over refreshing, hold it farther away, about the same distance you'd use a hairspray. The best way to apply it is in one continuous stream for approximately three to five seconds. If you apply more than one spray in a single area for too long, you risk using too much of the product.
How often should you use it and is there such thing as using too much dry shampoo?
It can typically be used up to twice a day. As far as using too much, it depends on the type of product you have. The Nexxus Youth Renewal Rejuvenating Dry Shampoo has fewer solid particles, so it won't turn hair stark white-and it also prevents hair from losing the amount of shine normally associated with dry shampoos. However with any dry shampoo, if you overdose, the excess can easily be brushed away.
Should you use dry shampoo only on days you don't wash your hair, or can it also be used on freshly-washed hair?
Dry shampoo is so versatile you can use it on days you wash, as well as days you don't. It's great after you blow dry to give your new blowout extra lift and fullness.
How do you avoid dry shampoo going on white and powdery?
Shaking the bottle before you spray will help reduce whiteness. Holding the product further away covers more hair and breaks up the particles, so you're not in a cloud of dry shampoo.
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- Tue, Mar 4, 2014 2:34 PM EST | Commentsby Hillary McDaniels
From Aruba to Hawaii and the Caribbean to the East Coast, beach nuptials are the golden tickets of the wedding-invite world. But when it comes to actually planning the ceremony, seaside and destination weddings can be tricky. So we want to cut down on some of the sweat and get you sun-soaking and sandy-toed as soon as possible! We've found 13 gowns perfect for a truly unique, one-of-a-kind beach wedding. Click through the slideshow above to shop them all now.
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- 9 hours ago | CommentsWhen I first decided I would have my third child at home, I was nervous. After having two children in a hospital via induction and epidural, I wasn't sure how well I'd handle the pain. I have a vivid memory of having a very painful contraction at the hospital and asking the nurse what I was dilated to. The answer: a two. A TWO? I had expected a seven, maybe even an eight. But a two? Needless to say, I got the epidural. It was the memory of that contraction that haunted me throughout all the months leading up to our son's birth. If a two blew my mind, how could I even think I could make it through an entire birth? But I kept thinking that millions of women before me have experienced childbirth, and if they could do it, so could I. Turns out, I could do it. I did do it. And it was awesome. More on what a home birth feels like later. For now, here's what a home birth looks like. Just a couple photos from the birth of our son, Charlie Maximus Bielanko. -By Monica Bielanko
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