We’ve all seen them on countless models and celebrities, feathers! From the runways to Main Street USA, they translate so easily. Feather additions are everywhere and the most effortless way to incorporate them into your wardrobe…feather headbands. They can be bohemian, retro, classic or trendy. It’s all about how you decide to design it to fit your style. No matter what, you will be noticed in these feather headbands. Find these feather headbands priced reasonably and all individually handmade at Tano Jewelry. All one of a kind and no two are alike, get beautiful feather head bands today and finish that outfit off in the sexiest way.
Hot Weather Horror 7: Brassy Highlights
Those gorgeous golden highlights are turning brassy fast.
Prevent It: Highlighted hair that’s naturally medium brown or warm blonde is more likely to go coppery. Prevent brassy hues by covering hair with a hat or using styling aides to block the UV rays that cause that brassy color.
Damage Control: The best bet for resuscitating brassy strands is to head to the salon for a color gloss, which will tone down the copper color and cost less than getting highlights redone.
Hot Weather Horror 6: Razor Rash
You shaved your bikini line, but now you’ve got a nasty razor rash.
Prevent It: Opt for a gel when shaving, and let it sit on skin for a few minutes to soften the hair. Always shave in the direction of hair growth to minimize irritation.
Damage Control: Apply a 1% hydrocortisone cream to the area to reduce the rash. If the skin isn’t broken, conceal redness with a tinted face moisturizer, or opt for a sexy sarong when you’re out of the water.
Hot Weather Horror 5: Frizzy Curls
The humidity has given you a frizzy ‘fro of epic proportions.
Prevent It: The key to avoiding the ‘fro is using a rich leave-in conditioner and keeping hair covered so it won’t expand as it dries.
Damage Control: If the frizz has already hit, wet your hands and run them over the top of hair to re-hydrate, add a wax for control, then twist curls around your fingers to re-form them.
Check out Vanessa Paradis’ new Fall 2008 campaign for Miu Miu.
She looks hot as a futuristic superhero, but I personally think Ms. Paradis is better suited to boho-chic labels like Sonia Rykiel or the classic Chanel.
Not familiar with Vanessa Paradis? She’s the French singer/actress/model keeping Johnny Depp’s feet warm at night. The couple have been together for nearly a decade and have two children.
Hot Weather Horror 4: Liquid Lipstick
You open your lipstick and get a melted mess.
Prevent It: If you’re heading to the beach with a cooler for drinks, toss your tube of lipstick in. Or, bring a pot of gloss or a tube with a wand so if it does melt, you can still use it.
Damage Control: If your lip color is just soft, throw it into the fridge or prop it near an air conditioner. If it’s liquid, scoop it into a small plastic pot and you’ve got a new carrier for your favorite color!
Hot Weather Horror 3: Blisters
Those strappy sandals look hot, but a night out in them has left you limping from blisters.
Damage Control: Sanitize a needle with alcohol and pop the blister to let out the fluid. Don’t peel the skin though; apply an antibiotic like Polysporin and cover with a bandage.
Hot Weather Horror 2: Sun-Damaged Polish
After two days in the sun, you pretty pastel nail polish has turned an ugly yellow.
Prevent It: Light pink and beige hues turn yellowish in the sun, to prevent discoloration use a clear top coat formulated to prevent UV rays from altering the color. Also, rub sunscreen over your nails while at the beach.
Damage Control: For a quick fix, remove the top discolored layer of polish with a fine-grain file, then seal with a top coat.
Hot Weather Horror 1: Sunglass Tan
You wore sunglasses for protection against the rays and now you’re sporting raccoon eyes.
Prevent It: Slather on the sunscreen! SPF 30 your entire face to reduce the amount of sun you’ll get throughout the day.
Damage Control: Use a foundation that matches your tanned skin, dab under the eyes and blend, blend, blend! Avoid concealer; it won’t blend well enough.
Check out Kate Hudson’s stunning new ad for David Babaii for WildAid, a styling product line featuring natural and renewable ingredients such as volcanic ash, blue algae, and white ginger among many more.
And, the products are not only great for your hair, but also great for the environment; they’re free of sulfates, parabens, petrochemicals, and animal products.
Ten percent of all profits go to WildAid, a wildlife conservation organization helping to save endangered animals.