Recent Posts by Eleanor Jewell
When a kid has symptoms such as sneezing, headache, dizziness, hoarseness or a cough, it can be difficult to know if they're symptoms of the common cold or an allergy. The difference is that colds are the direct result of a virus, whereas allergies are a defense mechanism developed by the body to protect against allergens such as dust, dander and pollen. While diagnosis is best made by a physician, being able to tell the difference between a simple cold and a full-blown allergy can help you play a proactive role in helping to relieve your child's symptoms.
Check your child for a...
Whether you have straight hair, curly or a little bit of both, a headband can help keep your hair out of your eyes and off your forehead. This is especially important if you suffer from acne. Excess oils on your hair can transfer to your forehead, clogging pores and triggering a breakout. While headbands come in a variety of colors and styles, they all serve the same function. Wearing your hair in a headband may take a bit of practice, but once you know how to slide one on, you will wonder how you ever got along without one.
Wash your hair as you normally would, using your favorite...
Not everyone is born with the eyelashes of a starlet. But that doesn't mean you have to live with sparse eyelashes. If you are not into falsies and quiver at the thought of using a drug to make your eyelashes look longer and fuller, consider a different approach. Simple techniques can pump up your lashes, giving the illusion that they are thicker and lengthier than they really are. Only you will know the secret.
Use a Curler
Curl your eyelashes. Curling your eyelashes will give them the illusion of length. Simply hold the eyelash curler with your thumb and index finger....