Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Latina April 2013

Since Spring is coming close, it’s a good time to freshen up your locks. Here are some nifty tips on choosing a color to dye your hair.

“If your eyes have black or blue flecks, you’re cool. You want a  cafe con leche shade to complement the blue-green undertones in your skin. Look  for wheat-colored dyes, which fall into the “ash” category. If your eyes have a golden tint, you’re warm. Your hair already has the colors of the sun, says Rodriguez, so go for a blond that’s golden with honey highlights.”

After you dye it, you  want to make sure the color last. To prolong your color, wash your hair with a sulfate free shampoo and extra moisturizers along with using stylers with UV protection and dry shampoo. Latina recommends -
Photo Credit - Yes to Carrots, Yes to Cucumbers Color protection shampoo type
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Aquage seaextend silkening power infusion

Photo Credit - Kenra, Kenra platinum dry shampoo

One of the new Spring trend is patterned pants. Here how to wear it with your body type -
“If you’re curvy, stay away from cropped skinnies and go for a fit in between fitted and flowy. If you’re petite, ultra skinny pants paired with a nude pump make you taller. To play your curves, wear a large scale print with a boldly colored top. If you’re tall, show off your long legs with pants have a long tapered them. Thin women look super sleek in billowy pants. For a streamline look, choose a top that matches one of the colors in your printed pants. “

April bring showers. Here are some cool accessories -
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Photo Credit - Build Your Own Umbrella

Here are some cool tips about olive oil -
“Exposure to light, heat and air cause olive oil to lose its flavor. Maintain freshness by storing olive oil in a cool, dark place. Most of olive oil’s fat is monounsaturated, which may lessen risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes by lowering LDL [bad] cholesterol and improving blood sugar control, according to the American Heart Association.”

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