Lisa Vaughn is a Fox 26 Houston meteorologist — with a unique hobby. Along with her background in math and stats, Vaughn is also a talented seamstress who makes many of the dresses she wears on television.
Beauty blogger Habiba shared her home remedy for acne using the inside of a ripe banana peel, but one dermatologist says that the treatment is bananas.
There’s a coup happening in your bathroom, led by dozens of electric beauty gadgets just begging to turn you into Charlize Theron.
Milkmaid braids, aways adorable and highly convenient— evoking images of both Heidi and Woodstock — are actually super easy to do. No udder cream required.
Don't go for a French manicure or pale pink nails this spring. Rather, try out one of these unique nail art designs Yahoo Beauty found on Instagram.
The simple bun is a hairstyle any long-haired lady or fella can pull off in the blink of an eye: Just twist, twist again, and pull through. Looking for a ‘do that’s a bit more sleek and retro than a classic bun? This chignon-style updo is kind of like a reversed simple bun: Instead of pulling the loose ends through, you finish by tucking the entire bun into itself.
Beyoncé’s Frida Kahlo costume makes the list of 2015′s most-wanted Halloween costumes. Photo: Instagram/@beyonce. Confused normal people are milling around thrift stores, and the Blockbuster Video that’s sat abandoned since 2011 has undergone its yearly transformation into a Party City: It must be Halloween! And truly, nothing is sadder than feeling all proud of your Imperator Furiosa costume, only to show up to a party where 50 other people are sporting foreheads full of black grease paint.
By Shannon Nash Do you have a growing mountain of unworn denim in your closet? Us too. Whether they’ve been relegated to timeout because they’re too long, the wash is too dated or they’re just no longer exciting, resurrect them this weekend with 4 DIY projects—all inspired by the latest street-style trends. We guarantee you’ll fall back in love in no time.
With popular shows like Tiny House Nation and Tiny House, Big Living setting the new standard for aspirational shelter porn, the days of the McMansion are waning. Living in a studio apartment doesn’t have to feel like a concession if you know how to be creative and take advantage of every square inch. To help you maximize lilliputian living, consider these tips (including advice from some of today’s top interior designers). “We use backless bookshelves that feel substantial but don’t prevent light from reaching the whole space,” he explains. Using light paint colors, explains interior designer Brad Ford, makes a space feel instantly more expansive.“ One of my favorites is Benjamin Moore AF-15.
Photo: Donna Trope/Trunk Archive You see DIY skin care recipes pinned on your frenemy’s anything-you-can-do-I-can-do-better Pinterest board. And you’ve got the ingredients in your pantry or medicine cabinet. So why not go for that wholesome treatment that promises to clear acne, lift dark spots, or de-puff your skin? While some internet-hyped DIY skin care remedies can replace the pricey potions cooked up in cosmetics labs, others are downright dangerous.
Photo: Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu A native of Ethiopia, Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu is the founder of soleRebels, a line of colorful footwear that pairs Ethiopian craftsmanship with western design. The handmade, fair-trade shoes are made entirely in her native country and sold in 55 others. Alemu, who was recently named a Forbes Woman to Watch, takes pride in spreading her Ethiopian culture and style across the globe. Doing beautiful things to uplift and empower other people is the ultimate expression of beauty.” Unlike the United States, Amelu’s native country doesn’t celebrate stress, and that laid back attitude encourages a positive outlook that she says contributes greatly to overall wellness and health. She also comes from a rich tradition of do-it-yourself beauty.
Okay, so it’s not technically hummus in the strictest sense of the word — but once you taste this healthy wonder dip, you won’t care what it’s called.
All week we’re sharing the 101 versions of recipes for foods you thought were too hard to make but TOTALLY AREN’T. So far, we’ve encouraged you to make your first loaf of bread, your first big roast, and sushi. Today, tackle jam. Photo credit: Everyday Food "But making jam involves pectin and sterilizing jars and simmering forever," you say. "Uff." NAY! There is no reason to huff and puff! For your first go at homemade jam, try this speedy version, which skips past hour-long cooking times thanks to a blitz of the strawberries in your food processor.