Posts Tagged ‘winter’

QUICK TIPS

photo by Mick De Lint for FashionGoneRogue.com post styled by Kristin Ess

Winter can be brutal. It’s amazing how a little flurry of snow or a tiny bit of drizzling rain can completely ruin your good hair day. We’re going to kick off a list of tips and tricks for minimizing frizz in the winter and then we want you guys to submit your own in the comment section below. We may be the “experts”, but you guys teach us new things every day and sharing helpful tips is what TBD is all about. Here we go! (more…)

BANG BOOM POW!

Tis the season for bangs, and verbally communicating what you want can be tough… “You know, like heavy but not too heavy, but like in my eyes, but not too much, but like whispy and blunt.” I hear that a lot. And while I’ve learned to translate this language, I still feel it’s always best to bring 1 or 2 pictures of the bangs you like and a picture of the bangs you don’t like. It makes communicating MUCH easier and could save you from annoying grow out period. Also, if one kind of bang isn’t a perfect fit, it’s ok to ask your stylist to create a hybrid of two! Here are a couple of the most requested bangs in my chair. Hope these help!

OH! And don’t forget to READ THIS if you have trouble styling your bangs!

photo: style.com

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ICE QUEEN

photos: nars backstage, nordstrom 2011 catalog + gorunway.com, post design: eunice chun

With the holidays around the corner and pretty white angora sweaters to cozy up in, what could be more dazzling than this frosty winter look? Hmm… not much! I like it not only because it’s very pretty and feminine, but also because it’s different and interesting, easily setting you apart from your friends. Here are the tools + tips to pull it off:

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I PLEDGE…

photo: lilylock.tumblr.com/post design: eunice chun

Every single Winter I swear that I’m not going to let my face get dry, irritated and chapped. But life gets in the way, I forget to stay on top of it and before I know it, the corners of my lips are cracked and my chin is so dry and irritated that it even has little rash-like bumps on it! Then I spend the next month trying to turn it around, but the heavy emollient creams strong enough to tackle the chapped skin only inflame and irritate the rash, causing dermatitis and break outs, landing me in my dermatologist’s office, hoping my insurance will cover it!!  It’s enough to drive a woman nuts. So this year, I am determined to stay on the offense and keep my skin balanced, moisturized and happy. Here is my pledge:

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