You color your own hair, and it comes out looking nothing like the color on the box. Don't panic: You can correct the problem without ruining your hair. Purchase a box of gentle hair color stripper from a beauty supply store (you'll find it in the hair color section) or online drugstore. You apply it much like you did the haircolor. The stripper removes any permanent and semipermanent color, most likely leaving you with a head of orange hair. Once your hair is dry, you can safely recolor it.
Sunless tanner is the healthy way to get the color you crave, but it's so easy to misapply. If yours has left you looking blotchy or streaky, here's how to fix it:
We already spend too much time shaving other parts of body, and now we have to worry about facial hair? Perhaps you've noticed a darkening of the hair above your lip or new hairs sprouting from your chin. Stay one step ahead of your beard and mustache with drugstore creams and lotions. They work well to bleach or remove the unflattering hair. If the problem gets worse, talk to your doctor to rule out hormone or glandular issues. Your doctor also may be able to prescribe a stronger cream to decrease facial hair growth.
You shower and use antiperspirant, but you're still sweating through your blouses. Excessive sweating can crop up at any age and can be temporary or ongoing. Clinical-strength antiperspirants are now available without a prescription. If they don't fix the problem, consult your dermatologist about Drysol, an antiperspirant solution with a high percentage of the drying agent aluminum chloride. If you're still sweating buckets, ask your doctor about Botox injections; one treatment can paralyze sweat glands for up to a year.
You love a cozy cup of coffee in the morning, a refreshing diet cola at lunch and a nice glass of wine with dinner, but regular consumption of dark beverages is one of the main causes of stained teeth. At-home bleaching products have made it easy to whiten and brighten your smile. In addition to your twice-a-year dental cleanings, you can use over-the-counter whitening toothpastes, rinses, strips and trays. Even dental floss is available with whitening agents. For $500 to $1,500, your dentist can give you dramatically whiter teeth; talk to him about laser treatments or custom-fitted whitening mouthpieces.
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