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What is your costume going to be this year? I'm debating about dressing up like a sexy nurse, a sexy pumpkin, a sexy carrot, or a sexy Oscar the Grouch. But since I'm still deliberating, here are a few other options!
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Fragrances change each season. Spring and summer, scents are predominately floral and have a light formula. As it gets colder, fragrances become richer, deeper and more opulent. This month 7 fragrances are debuting. These floral fragrances have added punch for colder (read snuggling) weather. They have added woody or amber notes.
Read on to find which one will be your secret weapon and which works perfectly for work.
Oriental fragrances traditionally contain warm and spicy notes like vanilla, cinnamon and clove. There's usually a hint of amber and rich floral notes too. A floriental fragrance combines the warm tones of an oriental fragrance but has more floral notes to it.
Gucci Guilty- it's unlike any floriental fragrance you've ever smelled. The inspiration for the scent was the BarbraRead More »from New Fall Fragrances for You
It can be difficult to gauge what the next step for long hair should be: a few inches will keep it looking healthy, but style-wise brings you back to square one. (Plus, with long strands, you're more likely to take on the overgrown-hedge look.) And with hair color, it's about a major shade change, as opposed to working and enhancing what you already have. Here are a few transformations that the stylists at Salon AKS in New York City worked on as part of our Fall Beauty Guide. Watch the Videos Here
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With a mane like Mollie's, (before pictured left, after pictured right), you have to make sure there's balance. "You don't want your hair to be wearing you," said Salon AKS partner and stylist Susanna Romano. "The key is accentuating your eyes and your face." Related: Find the Best Haircut for Your Face Shape
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"Her brunette color was already beautiful," said senior colorist Kathleen Flynn Hui, "and I loved the natural toffee colors at the ends of her hair.
We'll never tire of the high-low collaborations between fancy designers and mass retailers. Really, what could be more thrilling than designer duds for less? We've rounded up the top 10 adorable and affordable collections for fall, so mark your calendars because these limited edition lines will be scooped up quickly!
Edited by Meredith Melling Burke, Vogue magazine
Score pieces from top fall trends-from Tweed and Plaid to Clean Chic to Fifties to Rocker Girl-as featured in the September Vogue. We've scoured the shops to find a hundred of our favorites, all under $100 each.
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By GALTime Stylist Amy Gordon
Fall and Spring are the best times of year to clean out and organize your closet, as you transition to your warmer or cooler clothes. While it may seem like a daunting task, when it's done you will feel exhilarated. You will also find yourself wearing more of your clothes because you can actually find them.
Your first step should be going through everything in your closet and separating the items into piles/boxes/bags of whatever you choose to donate or trash. A good rule of thumb is, if you have not worn an item in a year, then get rid of it. If you went through all four seasons and it didn't leave the house, then it's unlikely you will wear it in the future. Exceptions to this could be a winter coat if you live in FL. If necessary, create an unsure pile, but give it a deadline. Try on anything you think might not fit; and toss it if it doesn't. If you have multiple items that are very similar, try them on too, and compare to see which one fits you theRead More »from 8 Tips to Organize Your Fall Closet
The fall 2010 makeup trends are so diverse that there is a style that can suit everyone's taste. The bold colors of crimson red lipstick on full lips, strong eyebrows, eye shadows in plums, forest green, grays with a hint of shimmer, and the always fashionable smoky eyes was seen on the runway this year. Additionally on the runway was the minimalist makeup trend in which the goal is to bring out the natural beauty of women.
Lipstick - Red lipstick is a fashion statement in itself. When wearing red lipstick keep the eye makeup minimal especially for daytime wear. Consider plumping up your lips with a lip plumper. Did you know that brushing your lips with your tooth brush will promote circulation and plump up the lips? Another factor to consider is to purchase the right red lipstick for your skin tone. For those with a warm skin tone consider a red lipstick with yellow undertones. Cool complexions look best in reds that have a blue undertone and neutral skin tones can wear anyRead More »from User post: My Take on the Fall 2010 Makeup Trends
By Lauren Tardanico, Glamour magazine
Fall is my favorite season of the year, but it truly pains me to pack away my summer dresses that have only had a few short months of opportunities to be worn. And although not every summer dress you own can be easily transitioned from wearing on a 95 degree day in July to a 60 degree day in September, chances are if you look closely at your closet, most of them can!
This may look like a skirt and a top, but it's not! It's actually a loose-fitting sleeveless tank dress that I wore by itself all summer, and this morning, threw it on like normal, belted it (this is key when wearing a sweater over a a dress as it pulls the lower half together, creating the faux skirt) and added a sweater on top.
I've found that this trick works best with dresses that don't have a structured shape or waist as you want something that will lie flat under your sweater. And what about those sparkly or metallic dresses that are too fancy to wear to the office? It works