Instead of removing their scars, many people choose to turn them into something beautiful.
Ever notice that your legs are developing teeny tiny black dots that kind of resemble the seeds or skin of a strawberry? These dark spots are hair follicles or enlarged pores. They could come from a variety of issues, including bacteria, dead skin and oil.
Getting your body in shape makes you feel better, and there are some tips to help make that journey.
Nail art is one of the best ways to express yourself and update your look every season. Still, there are almost too many styles to choose from.
There are tons of accounts celebrating girls with skinny figures, but not enough celebrating the diverse range of body types that exist out there.
Here are the most essential moves that can be completed (and modified) by all energy and fitness levels. They can all be done without any equipment.
Turns out quite a few celebs have their own little homemade beauty hacks that you can easily replicate.
We are all looking for more ways to shed calories. There’s only so much time in the day, so it may be hard to sneak in more workouts. But the good news is you can actually burn calories after you fall asleep.
A taller woman may gain weight and it may be less noticeable because it is distributed across more height. But a shorter woman may gain a small amount of weight, and it may more significantly change her shape. Because of this there are certain exercises that can help shorter women maintain the figure they desire.
Some of these nail designs are clearly referencing the Ukrainian flag, while others are just cool nail designs that incorporate yellow and blue colors.
We’ve heard of some pretty crazy long-term side effects happening to people after getting the coronavirus, from loss of taste to psychosis. People who have recovered but are still experiencing lingering effects are called “long-haulers.” A major one of these side effects is post-COVID hair loss. Hair loss is common when you’ve gone through a stressful event, including contracting COVID-19.
Unfortunately, there’s no permanent cure for it, and you should always discuss treatment options first with a healthcare professional, if possible. But you can manage symptoms at home with these effective treatments.