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Hair Extensions: The “lather, rinse, repeat” process is a standard staple in most everyone’s daily routine. But sometimes this basic shampoo-conditioner combo isn’t enough to keep strands shiny and soft. In the same way your skin must be nourished to remain clear and glowy, your hair needs to be nurtured to look its best as well. After researching acne fighting foods a little while ago, I got to thinking about applying this idea to your tresses too. I came up with a healthy (and delicious) list of 10 foods that will help you achieve happy, healthy, heavenly hair. Incorporate these eats into your daily diet and get ready to say goodbye to dull, drab strands!

It should be no surprise that this section of the food pyramid made the cut. Fruits and veggies are some of the best things you can incorporate into your diet for overall health. In terms of your hair, leafy green vegetables like spinach and broccoli are an excellent source of vitamins and they provide you with iron and calcium. Fruits high in vitamin C and A help your body to produce sebum, the an oily substance in your hair follicles that acts as a natural conditioner. Strawberries, oranges, and grapefruits are the best vitamin booster fruits for hair.

Foods with omega-3 fatty acids
If you’re having déjà vu, you may be remembering this category in my Tuesday Ten list for healthy skin. Omega-3 fatty acids are a powerhouse when it comes to giving you a good glow. Munch on flaxseeds and walnuts to add some serious shine to your hair, and choose fish like salmon, mackerel, sardines, and herring to amp up your omega intake as well.

Foods that produce beta-carotene
Carrots, sweet potatoes, kale, asparagus, and pumpkin are all foods that convert beta-carotene to vitamin A during digestion. (Amazing what the body can do, isn’t it?) Vitamin A not only nourishes your hair and skin, it also prevents dandruff. Carrots in particular are great for promoting a healthy scalp, which is essential for keeping your hair soft and supple.

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Kate Upton took a break from appearing in one of her seemingly countless campaigns to walk the red carpet Tuesday night. The 21-year-old bombshell was in London for the premiere of her upcoming film “The Other Woman.”

And, as usual, Kate looked absolutely gorgeous in perfectly cinched white Christian Siriano dress, nude pumps and minimal accessories. Although, we have to admit we did a double take when we first saw her — with that faux, old Hollywood-esque bob she has going on, she is seriously channeling Marilyn Monroe.

This look is proof that Upton looks just as good on the red carpet as she does in one of her racy photo shoots. We can’t wait to see what else she steps out in as the press tour continues.

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Phnom Penh (AFP) – More than 200 Cambodian garment workers have been hospitalised after a new spate of mass faintings at factories in the kingdom this week, officials said Thursday.

Tainted food, poor working conditions and the spraying of insecticide are the suspected causes, according to Khim Sunsoda, deputy governor of Pur Senchey district where the incidents happened.

The three factories — run by the companies Shen Zhou, Daqian Textile and New Wide — make clothes for brands including Puma and Adidas.

About 650,000 workers provide the backbone of Cambodia’s multi-billion dollar garment industry — a key source of foreign income for the impoverished Southeast Asian nation.

Safety worries are rife with periodic mass fainting episodes that are often blamed on poor health, bad ventilation or exposure to dangerous chemicals.

“The health of Cambodian workers is generally poor because with the current wages they cannot make a good living,” said Seang Sambath, head of the Worker Friendship Union Federation.

In January, police opened fire on striking garment factory employees demanding a minimum wage of $160 a month for their work in an industry which supplies brands including Gap, Nike and H&M, killing at least four civilians.

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Recently, cosmetics ads have come under scrutiny for promoting the unattainable notion of “flawless” beauty through retouched images and postproduction magic. But Dermablend Professional, a corrective cosmetics brand that specializes in foundations and concealers, has taken the opposite approach, and the results are inspiring.

In a series of videos, dubbed Camo Confessions, real women and men are seen removing their makeup and embracing their own unique skin. Their campaign, launched last month, has captivated the Internet this week, after Ad Week called the videos “remarkable” and spotlighted the brand’s creative approach to empowering consumers.

Among the campaign stars are YouTube sensation Cassandra Bankson, known for her expertise at covering up her severe acne, and Cheri Lindsay, a woman with vitiligo, which causes skin depigmentation. At first they appear with their makeup on, but they quickly make themselves vulnerable by wiping off and remove their “camouflage.” Both women talk about struggling with their conditions, coming to terms with them, and eventually embracing them. Bankson, whose video has racked up over 500,000 views, was bullied her whole life and called names like “freak of nature” and “Exorcist.” Bankson initially turned to makeup as a crutch to cover up what she saw as her flaws, but it has become, for her, a means of expression. “I used to use makeup to cover up and to hide who I was,” she says in her video confession. “Now I use it to express myself.”

For Lindsay, whose video has been viewed over 800,000 times, the campaign was a chance to speak out about living with vitiligo and to answer the question she’s often asked: Can you still live a productive life? In her own words: “Hell, yes.”

“Don’t hide,” says Lindsay, an assistant volleyball coach who started living with vitiligo as a sophomore in college. “Nobody is 100 percent perfect,”

The idea for the campaign was sparked after consumers started “voluntarily sharing their pictures and stories to our website and Facebook page,” a Dermablend spokesperson tells Yahoo Shine. “We knew after reading these stories that we could take this idea further and allow our consumers to create a sense of community where they can share and find strength in each other.”

According to Ad Week, the women in the videos spoke freely without a script when filming and completed each clip within five minutes, bringing the people on set to tears. Dermablend — whose products range in price from around $22 to $45 and are sold at major department stores — found that 60% of Americans have a skin issue they would consider camouflaging with cosmetics. So, for many, these emotional stories hit home.

“We are overwhelmed by the amazing response of this campaign,” says the Dermablend spokesperson. “In just three weeks, our videos have become viral, reaching more than 1 million views.”

The usually critical media has responded positively as well. Shape magazine called the ad “inspiring, relatable, and genuinely real.” Total Beauty describes it as “an inspired marketing campaign that’s not only moving, inspirational and impressive but also altruistic.”

“Sometimes we forget how much bearing the way we look on the outside has on how we feel about ourselves on the inside, or even how other people treat us,” writes a blogger on Bella Sugar, “We were moved to tears by the stories.”

Dermablend has also created a call to action for people to create their own Camo Confession videos. For every clip shared and uploaded, the brand will donate $1 to Look Good Feel Better, an organization dedicated to helping women who suffer from the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatments.

In a time when airbrushing is facing a surprising backlash, “real beauty” campaigns have proven to be a boon for companies looking to connect on an emotional level with consumers. Earlier this year, an Aerie campaign showcasing unretouched models in their underwear drew a lot of positive attention. Make Up for Ever’s unretouched ad for HD makeup made waves in 2011. And celebrities like Lady Gaga and Lorde have slammed magazines for being too heavy-handed with the airbrushing wands. As Lorde Tweeted last week, along with an unretouched image of her own, “Remember, flaws are OK.”

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are sorely needed. The more unique you can make your brand, the more likely it is that you will be able to find a niche. Determination is key.

Having a deep and abiding passion for your product and your way of doing business might not guarantee you success, but it can certainly help. Find ways every day to make your job fun. Recruit some friends who share your vision and research on social media and other places to find some valuable resources that will help you in the beginning stages. Don’t get too big for the stage that you are in, but find just enough valuable help to enable you to get off the ground and make your dreams of a business a reality. You must take it step by step, and work hard to remain on target.

Read about successful entrepreneurs and learn from their advice. The biggest companies today once started as small businesses. Learn from the masters as well as from personal experience. You should never stop growing, and constantly quench the hunger for knowledge.

Creating a business from scratch is hard work, but it is so worth it to be able to have the life that you desire and to be your own boss. If you have to, work another job to support yourself while you are getting started, but do not give up on your dream no matter how many setbacks you may have. If you still have the passion for it, then you can bring your plans to light. All you need to do is believe in yourself and be willing to put in the hours that it takes to make your vision a reality.

What does Jay Z smell like? Come on. You’ve been dying to know. Money? Sea salty air from all those yachting trips? Pureed organic carrots from baby Blue’s toddler hands? In the hierarchy of olfactory curiosities, the entertainment mogul is right up there with Oprah and President Obama. Well, today we’ll finally get a whiff of the 43-year-old rapper in the form of his first fragrance, Gold by Jay Z. It’s a bright scent that opens with citrus and ginger and finishes with teak wood and vanilla and is available in three sizes that range from $39 to $70. We like it. If your boyfriend wore it, you’d be happy.

But because Jay Z is, well, Jay Z the curiosity wasn’t quite satiated with our first whiff. We needed more. Every new fragrance has its moodboard—a set of images and ideas that inspire and inform its creator. Think of it as a Pinterest page or Instagram feed for a fragrance. Its soul shown through pictures. So what people, places, and things inspired Gold by Jay Z? Click through the gallery above for our take.

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The Color Guard

Rainbow hair is the trend that keeps on ticking. Bold hues like cherry red, blue, purple and green have been showing up on celeb manes for about two years now, but recently the look has taken a chic turn. Less clowny and costumey, more classic and pretty.

What is it like to live as a model AND a computer programmer? Lyndsey Scott knows, and she tells all in the May issue of ASOS Magazine.

The Victoria’s Secret model radiates in spring pastels with edgy cuts and layers, making us wish it was warm already. And if you think Scott is just all looks, you have the wrong idea.

Scott carries two very different jobs on her plate, but she loves the balance between them. She tells ASOS:

I have trouble endorsing modelling as a career… I love it so much but you basically have to be a genetic freak in order to do it and most people aren’t. Some of the most beautiful girls I’ve ever seen in my life don’t get lucky. It’s the sort of career where you have absolutely no control, whereas you have complete control with programming, which I really appreciate it.

Although she embraces her job in computer programming, she doesn’t appreciate the way people view the profession, especially when it comes to women. “I’m fine with being called a geek or a nerd if that means I’m smart,” she begins, “but there is a negative connotation to that sort of word and there’s an assumption about who you are as a person if you like technology. Perhaps if there wasn’t, we’d get more women interested.” So you might want to reconsider who you’re calling a nerd…

And as if she wasn’t the coolest already, Scott has worked with one of our idols. “I did a play with Lupita Nyong’o at college. She’s so great, it’s kind of funny seeing her in all these magazines! She’s such a nice girl and really cool.” To be honest, we couldn’t even handle both of these lovely ladies in the same room.

If there’s anytime to break out the deep, dark and delicious hair colors, it’s winter! It’s also the right time to travel to some warm environment, like Koh Samui, rent beautiful villa and celebrate holidays in different, exotic ambience. Demi Lovato must be feeling the opulence of the festive season as her new colour is perfect for Christmas and New Year’s party-hopping. Not many can pull off bright blue hair, but Demi’s deep teal blue will actually suit a variety of complexions and eye colors. If you love Demi’s hair colour, use this checklist to find out if you can pull it off before you visit the salon.

- Do you have warm undertones to your skin? If you don’t know, check the veins on the inside of your arm—the majority of them will look green rather than blue.
- Are your eyes dark brown, black or dark blue?
- Is your natural hair colour brown or black?

If you answered yes to these questions, then you most definitely can rock deep jewel tone hair colors. But for now, let’s focus on how to get Demi’s sexy sapphire ‘do.

Demi Lovato Hairstyle

Technically, this hair colour isn’t a true sapphire because it has more of a teal tinge to it. But in any case, it is still a rich jewel tone colour that looks fabulous with Demi’s tanned skin and dark features. To get the best results when dying your hair this shade, follow these tips:

- Intense and unnatural shades like deep teal work better on shorter lengths like Demi’s shoulder length bob, so be prepared for lots of maintenance if you have longer locks.

- To keep depth and dimension in the hair, use your natural colour as lowlights throughout. Demi’s black low lights blend in with her jewel tone teal shade nicely and make it look less ‘punky’ and most of the matching bikinis mommy and me are taken out from her costume designs. Plus, when the teal starts to fade out, she won’t be left looking so washed out.

- Layers and waves throughout this hairstyle help to show off the colour better and bring out shine—something that can be lost when dying your hair an unnatural shade.

Once you have dyed your hair a rich jewel tone shade, it’s time to modify your makeup so it matches. Of course, you will look clownish if you pair vibrant makeup with this hair colour, so take some style tips from Demi and stick with deep tones that will accentuate your hair colour.

Demi has used a deep metallic copper-bronze eye shadow to create a dramatic smoky eye effect. While this would be too much for someone with fair skin, Demi (and ladies with medium to dark skin tones) can pull it off easily. Dark brown eyeliner and dramatic false lashes finish the eye makeup off with a bang!

Keep the rest of your face natural looking, as Ms. Lovato demonstrates here. A simple beige blush and natural sheer lipstick is all you need to finish off this luxe look.

And don’t forget to accessorize this jewel tone hair and makeup look. Demi has chosen two chunky gold chain necklaces to enhance her hair and makeup here. Go for heavy metal jewellery in gold or bronze, or wear sapphire, emerald or garnet stones to bring out the best of this opulent lo

If you’re the kind of girl that likes sexy, versatile bangs, then Bardot Bangs may be perfect for you. These were, of course, named after the iconic Brigitte Bardot, who was famous for her long tousled hair and fringe. Bardot bangs are parted in the middle or just slightly off-centre and layered around the eyes and cheekbones. They are usually worn slightly curled with loads of volume infused throughout.

Who Suits Bardot Bangs?

These bangs suit women with square, oval, heart and diamond face shapes the best. Medium to thick hair is ideal, with a straight or wavy texture. If you have high cheekbones then these bangs will look extra fabulous on you.

Tyra Banks hairstyles

Tyra Banks has rocked the Bardot Bang in the past with fabulous results. This is the perfect bang style for her as she has a high forehead and oval shaped face, so it really balances out her features and brings the focus to her eyes. Tyra is wearing a shorter, blunter version of the Bardot Bang. If you are after a sharper, angular Bardot Bang, this is the style to go for.

Source: www.thehairstyler.com

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