From the daily archives: "Wednesday, June 10, 2015"

light at dawn

Early morning light has a soft, peachy quality that makes the world seem to glow with warmth. You can create the same effect by adding a touch of peach to a transparent glaze; applied over light colors the formula will let the underlying shade shine through while creating a soft, rosy glow. Click the style notes for the formula and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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long scarf

There’s something exotic and lovely about a long billowing head scarf. It’s practical too. Desert cultures have been wearing scarves for centuries; they offer sun protection, keep hair out of your face and prevent sweat from ruining your makeup. Wear it to the beach or on the street. Click the style notes for tips on buying and tying. –– Laura Martin

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hair and health

Shiny, bouncy hair is a good indication of overall health, but what if your hair isn’t looking its best? Changes in hair texture are often due to chemical services or climate, but if you notice differences in your hair that can’t be linked to external factors they may be a sign of an internal problem. Are your strands trying to tell you something about your health? Click the notes to find out. –– Laura Martin

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