LookinGood moved to Salem, Mass. a couple weeks ago, and oh my, are we going to have fun stories from the Witch City. So far we have seen all manner of product, process and plastic surgery on the most diverse population you can imagine - and that was just the tourists.
Happy 4th of July! Back at you in a couple weeks.
Glaming up the gams
There is nothing more delightful than wearing a skirt in the summer:
cool, breezy and free. I pity the boys this time of year when all
pants look confining and hot to me. But fashionable skirts are rarely
below the knees these days, and my legs just aren't what they used to
be. I envy my ethnic sisters and their dark skin, because let's face
it, white girls have it bad in the summer - especially if the spiders
you've been fighting this season are spider veins.
Good news, my pale friends, I am going give you the low-down on
products for your pair of down-lows. [more]
How many weddings have you been to already this summer where the young bride and/or her mother looks red-faced, and it isn't because they were blushing: they were either overly made up or had done something done that didn't agree with their skin. There are lots of folks who give great advice on what to do to look great on the big day. LookinGood tells women what NOT to do. No Body Hair Left Behind
The New York Times reported last week on the growth of body
hair removal products for men, now that "below-the-neck hair removal has gone
mainstream," Andrew Adam Newman wrote.
The story featured everything from telescoping razors for back hair to
depilatory creams, and this fabulous quote: "You haven't lived until you've been in a bathroom with a
man watching him shave all his body parts," said Carl Kammer, director of new
product development at Remington."
We couldn't agree more.
Bride's Head, Revisited