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If you're like most of us, you may be guilty of getting ahead of yourself sometimes. You get home from a first date and spend the rest of the night imagining your wedding day and the number of kids you'll have. You start thinking about a baby room, browsing Home Depot for the perfect duck wallpaper -- even though you haven't so much as kissed the guy. The same goes for makeup. Before any of the groundwork is laid, you meticulously layer on eye shadows, liners and mascara before priming. And the next thing you know, all of your hard work has smudged off your face. We know: We're guilty of these jump-the-gun habits too. See them now
If the running joke in the office is that you got into another bar fight last night (and lost), it might be time for a little eye cream on those dark circles. See eye creams
HEALTH & BEAUTY
Stubborn, hard to reach, and too short! No, we're not describing that guy who never called you back. We're, unfortunately, talking about our eyelashes. Some of us weren't blessed with gorgeous, bat-worthy lashes like certain celebrities we love to hate. So if good ol' genetics didn't bless us with full lashes, and we don't have the time to apply falsies every day, what's a girl to do? See mascaras
We all love getting pampered at the salon, but when we have to spend $15 for someone to wash our hair, $80 for the color and another $50 for a blow dry ... we've got to consider that there may be better ways to spend our money, agreed? Our philosophy at Total Beauty is -- if we can do it at-home for a fraction of the cost, why not try? In the spirit of that thought, we combed through our thousands of reviews on at-home hair color to discover the products you, our loyal readers, deem topnotch. These winning boxes boast colors that are brilliant and true, long lasting, capable of fully covering grays, and best of all -- they leave hair shiny and actually soft to the touch. These are truly a new generation of at-home hair color products because we no longer have to sacrifice the health of our hair to have a gorgeous new hue. See products
Of all the wacky things sci-fi scientists are working on, whether it's creating adamantium-infused bones a la Wolverine, or perfecting human cloning, we sincerely hope they're also working on creating miracle skin care products that you can massage on your "troubled areas" to make cellulite instantly disappear. Though these wonder skin care products don't truly exist -- yet -- there are some cellulite and firming skin care products out there that Total Beauty readers say actually smooth skin and tighten thighs. But to be totally honest, fighting unsightly flab and dimples with creams and lotions alone just won't cut it. You must also eat right and dare we say it -- hit the gym. Which is exactly what many of these reviewers did. They paired the skin care products from the "best" half of this list with a healthy diet and exercise to get healthy skin and truly visible results. See products
For whatever reason, there's this prevailing idea that all beauty editors are skinny girls who eat salads, down shots of wheat grass, and live to take spin classes. See workouts
I have a 35-year-old friend who tells me all the time to enjoy my crow's-feet-free eyes and sunspot-less skin. She waxes poetic about "when she was my age" like she's my grandmother, wistfully telling me stories about a time before she had to spend $300 a month on anti-aging serums and night creams. Look hot in 10 years
There was a time when a hangnail or dry cuticles would've gone unnoticed. Now, nail issues are front and center thanks to the ubiquitous nail art trend and the popularity of polish in general. With nails becoming more of an accessory required to complete your look, nail issues have never been more important. Get solutions
Here are the facts: On September 24, Sunland, Inc. voluntarily recalled all of their peanut butter products that were manufactured at the Portales, New Mexico processing plant with a "best if used by" date starting from May 1, 2012. See recalled list
Pinterest is my SimCity.
It's my fantasyland where I can pin all the DIY décor of my dreams onto my "home sweet home" board -- then pretend I actually live in a house with hammocks hanging on my non-existent patio. See pictures