Look to the red carpets and runways for what’ s coming in makeup and hair trends.
You don't need to buy expensive cleansers to wash your make-up brushes. Just use baby shampoo.
Don't buy makeup sponges with large pores -- they'll soak up too much of your foundation and won't distribute your make-up smoothly.
Waterproof mascara usually has more staying power than other types, so one application in the morning will stick with you all day long.
If you're looking for low-maintenance hair color, stay away from shades of red. The intense, fiery look fades fast and needs lots of attention to look good.
Foods with good fats such as avocados, coconuts and raw nuts are great foods to make your hair shiny and soft.
Never brush wet hair; instead, use a wide-toothed comb, combing it from the bottom up.
Look for products with keratin to help resurface hair with proteins.
Fair-skinned women should choose a red lipstick with cooler blue undertones, while dark-skinned women look best in red lipstick with orange undertones.
To remove at-home hair color from your skin try spraying hairspray onto a cotton ball and rub the stained area of skin to break the bond of color to the skin.
Hair is easiest to braid when it's clean and knot-free. Wash and dry your hair, then comb it out and remove any tangles before you attempt a braid.
One of the quickest ways to cover up roots is to use a volumizing dry shampoo.
Ponytails are great for the the girl on the go. Sleek and sexy or loose and messy, ponytail looks are in! Ponytails are no longer just a workout 'do and even the celebs are rocking them on the red carpet!
Dark champagne is a perfect hair color shade for natural blondes who want to darken things up a bit.
Keep your headband in place by spraying a little hairspray in the area where the headband will sit on your head before putting it on.
Keep your lovely lips moisturized with colored lip glosses and lip shines. Opt for glosses with SPF for when you are playing out in the sun.
Salon-quality hair dryers tend to have more than double the product life of lower-priced mass market hair dryers.
Salon-quality hair dryers have more powerful motors and heating features which may reduce drying time, and in turn, you'll save priceless time getting ready and reduce heat damage.
Honey brown hair complements a range of skin tones and looks great with additional blonde highlights.
If your eyes are light and your complexion is cool, consider a sandy or ash blonde with slightly red highlights -- avoid gold shades altogether.
Copper hair tones produce a lighter, warmer feel than other hues and is a shade that looks good with any skin tone.
You can use coffee to cover up unwelcomed strands of gray hair. Who knew?
Sugar scrubs are a great way to help polish your body, eliminating dead cells and letting your soft skin show through. You can make your own at home using simple, natural ingredients from your cupboards.
The healthier you keep the outer layer of your hair, the longer your color will stay vibrant. You should deep condition at least once a month if you color your hair.
Use a clarifying shampoo before you color your hair to help the color last longer.
Change your scents with the season! Keep signature scents but pick other scents according to the season.
Hot water fades hair color faster so use cool water instead of hot when you wash your hair. The cool water is also better for your skin, so make cool showers a habit.
Did you know it is better for your skin to only wash your face with cleanser at night? Using cleansers in the morning strips your skin of all the regeneration it did while you were sleeping.
Take a bath instead of a shower, and stay moisturized! Baths help your skin soak up moisture.
As little as 20 minutes of unprotected exposure can damage the skin, so be sure to apply proper sun protection before heading outside year round.
Avoid washing your face with very hot water, which can cause broken capillaries. A splash of warm water to follow the cleansing is your best option.
Facial scrubs with big, coarse grains can damage delicate facial skin, so be gentle if you’re using them.
Even oily skin can benefit from moisturizer.
Eating salmon and other fish with high concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids, helps keep your complexion looking smooth and firm.
Even moisturizing body washes can contain harsh cleansers that can strip your skin of essential nutrients. Try a moisturizing body wash that is gentler like the improved Dove Deep Moisture body wash for superior care for your skin.
Eating a small handful of almonds will help keep your skin supple and soft while maintaining its elasticity.
Dab a little olive oil on your cuticles to avoid hangnails.
Puffy eyes when you wake up are usually caused by excess fluid under the eye. This happens most frequently when you sleep on your stomach or side. Try sleeping on your back to combat puffy eyes.
Make it a habit to wash your face as soon as you get home for the day rather than waiting and risk being too tired to do it before you go to bed.
Your skin is drier and more vulnerable to irritation in the winter, so be sure to moisturize regularly.
Change your pillowcase regularly to get rid of dead skin cells that accumulate on your pillow.
Skin loses up to 25% of its ability to hold moisture in winter months. Help it out by using a moisturizing body wash like Dove Deep Moisture Body Wash to help heal dry skin.
Regular sleep is critical because it is the best time for skin to repair itself. Sleep deprivation reduces skin’s ability to stay hydrated and supple.
Take some time to relax. Stress can wreak havoc on your skin because it increases cortisol levels that damage skin.
Exercise boosts blood flow which is good for skin, so keep active.
Gently dry brush dull skin in a circular motion with a soft brush or nylon towel before showering – your skin will glow.
When washing your clothes, consider using fragrance-free and dye-free detergents. Dyes and perfumes remain in clothes, which can cause dryness and irritation.
Cut a lemon in half and rub it on dry elbows, letting the juice sit for 30 minutes. The citric acid in lemon can help to lighten dark spots and softens skin before you moisturize.
A hot shower may seem like a good idea in theory, but hot water can cause skin to become dry and prone to aging. Combat the effects with a nourishing body wash like Dove that maintains and replenishes skin’s essential nutrients.
Wear kitchen gloves to protect your hands from drying detergents and cleansers while washing dishes.
Exfoliate prior to shaving to help avoid bumps and irritation.
Add “skin foods” to your diet. Vitamins A and C, Zinc and Biotin are among the most effective vitamins for healthy skin. They can be found in strawberries, carrots, spinach, kiwis, beans, fish, whole grains, eggs and even peanut butter.
Too much exfoliation can leave your face red and flaky. Limit exfoliation to twice per week for soft, smooth skin.
Keep your bedtime skin care products on your nightstand, so you won't forget to apply them before you nod off.
The skin on your hands is thin and more exposed than the skin on the rest of your body. Wear gloves when you go out into the cold, and reapply moisturizer several times throughout the day.
Tried and true. Dove body wash is the #1 dermatologist recommended body wash. Treat your skin well and grab Dove moisturizing body wash.
After your shower, gently pat your skin dry instead of rubbing with the towel. This way, some of the moisture from your shower will stay on your skin.
Get some sleep! We know it's easier said than done, but a good night's sleep will do things for your skin that you just can't get from a bottle.
Apply your facial moisturizer in a circular, massaging motion to get your circulation moving and brighten your glow.
Shaving dry skin can lead to disaster. Don't underestimate the power of a good lather of shaving cream or gel, which creates a smooth barrier between your skin and the razor.