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Transit Your Look from Summer to Winter


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Winter LookMost people prefer summer months to winter ones. Summer is synonymous with sun, outdoor activities, breezy clothing, and a radiant, seasonal tan. Winter is known for freezing temperatures, icy road conditions, layers of thick clothing, and cracked, dry skin.

While you cannot control the weather, you can control your look. This winter, do not sink into the cold weather blues, warm up your style with these 5 tips to transition your look from summer to winter.

Toss the tanner:

Holding onto the self tanner is one of the biggest mistakes you can make. Winter means shorter days, and less sunlight, so who is going to believe that you have a fresh summer glow in the middle of January?

Instead of looking streaked and orange, try using blush to warm your face. Having perfectly flushed cheeks will give you a believable winter glow. If you absolutely feel that your skin is too pale during the winter months, try using a bit of tinted moisturizer for a little added color. This is a much better alternative to glopping on the tanner, or damaging your skin in a tanning bed.

Eyebrows: The Good, the Bad and the Bride’s


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EyebrowYour eyebrows tell a story. Every time you speak or convey emotion, they speak with you: moving up and down, scowling or raising with excitement. They are one of the most prominent features on the face, and yet often the most overlooked. Or worse yet, over-tweezed!

Ask any experienced Makeup Artist: the best makeup application in the world will not look its best if you have unmanaged eyebrows. The correct eyebrow shape can balance the face, make your eyes look larger and take years off your look.

The trend right now is a natural, well-groomed eyebrow - a little thicker than in the recent past, but well-defined and soft. Gone are the days of pencil-thin eyebrows with a severe arch. Fairytale princesses had full, rounded eyebrows that gave them a soft, youthful, innocent look. Their wicked counterparts had severe, thin, highly arched brows that made them look mean, old and harsh. Definitely not the best look for a blushing bride!

Your worth in gold - say it lightly


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Light weight jewelryAt a time when the whole world is looking at smaller, sleeker, lighter inventions to make life simpler, classier and better; it is no wonder that the new age diva is looking for the same in gold. What could be better than having gold jewelry in lighter variations that are contemporary and stylish? Of course, the fact that it comes pocket friendly too is only an icing on the frosting.

In keeping with global trends, it can actually be said that the shape of gold has taken a beating (forgive the pun) to make it more alluring by introducing innovative designs that are haute couture. This chic look signifies that the Indian woman is ready to take her gold out of the closet and flaunt it to the world. To do so would mean, gold should be made suitable for everyday wear.

Unlike in western countries, where designs are made avant gard in 18K gold, Indian women still prefer their jewelry to be made in conventional 22K. The only concession allowed is in making them lighter. Even then, the preference is for “sturdy looking but light weight” jewelry.

Choosing The Right-fitted Pants


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JeansLet’s face it - shopping for a pair of well-fitting pants doesn’t exactly rank high on the favorite-things-to-do list. But what if you knew nabbing the perfect pair would not only boost your mood, but change the appearance of your lower half? Impossible you say? Think again. The secret lies in knowing your body and what looks best on it.

Body type: long legs

Your challenge: Making the most of your height

The best pants for you: From slim cuts to wide-leg versions, you can wear almost any style of pant you like. Length is your biggest concern – keep hems a half inch off the ground for maximum impact. When you find a well-fitting pair you like, inspect the inner hem to see if there’s enough fabric turned in that could be let down by a tailor. Specialty shops for taller gals are always a good shopping bet.

Choosing The Perfect Wedding Ring


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Diamond ringChoosing a wedding ring isn’t really as simple as pointing to the one in the window that looks prettiest. Jewelry, especially a diamond is a major investment just like buying a house or a car. There are a few things that you need to know so that you get a stone that is not only beautiful to look at; it is also a true gem of value beyond sentiment.

Just like you may need the assistance of a good mechanic to help you check out a car before you buy it, you may need the help of a good gemologist or an honest jeweler to help you find your special gemstone from among the many pieces out there. Like any industry they have their own jargon. You don’t need to learn all their terms but you do need to become familiar with the four C’s of a diamond’s quality.

Cut is the first and most important C in choosing diamonds. There are two aspects that determine a diamonds cut. The first of which is the shape of the stone. This aspect is quite literally the geometrical shape that the artisan has chosen for the stone in order to bring out the most of its inner beauty. The stone can be shaped into your basic round or into fancy ones such as the oval, marquise, pear, emerald, princess, asscher, radiant, heart or triangle.