Shine On / Prime Thyme

SHINE ON
Love lip gloss buthate how it wears off so fast? Good news:
SHINE ON New formulations that marry the longwear properties of a stain, the pigment of a lipstick, and the sexy shine of a gloss are here to stay. “They contain dyes that stain the lips, and instead of using traditional long-wear technology, they have stay-put waxes with emollients that increase shine and lock in color,” says cosmetic chemist Ni’Kita Wilson. For rich color, try Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lip Stick

New formulations that marry the longwear properties of a stain, the pigment
of a lipstick, and the sexy shine of a gloss are here to stay. “They contain dyes that stain
the lips, and instead of using traditional long-wear technology, they have stay-put waxes with emollients that increase shine and lock in color,” says cosmetic chemist Ni’Kita Wilson. For rich color, try Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lip Stick ($22, at Sephora); for an extra-shiny finish, go for Shiseido Lacquer Rouge ($25, at department stores).


A Great Lineup

Scoring straight teeth usually requires a huge investment of time and money.
But now Invisalign, the company whose products discreetly straighten crooked choppers, offers a faster, cheaper fix. Invisalign Express is a series of five clear aligner sets that fit over your teeth and are worn for about three months (not a year) to fix slight crookedness or spacing issues.
(You’d need the original for a major mouth overhaul.) And—brace yourself—they cost a fraction of the original: $1,600 versus $5,000.
PRIME THYME The next new zit zapper may be in your spice rack. Researchers at Leeds Metropolitan University in the U.K. tested thyme, marigold, and myrrh plants steeped in alcohol on the bacteria that causes acne. While all three herbs killed bacteria, thyme was the most potent. It even worked better than benzoyl peroxide,  so it may have potential as a natural acne treatment. 

PRIME THYME 
The next new zit zapper may be in your spice rack. Researchers at Leeds Metropolitan University in the U.K. tested thyme, marigold, and myrrh plants steeped in alcohol on the bacteria that causes acne. While all three herbs killed bacteria, thyme was the most potent. It even worked better than benzoyl peroxide,  so it may have potential as a natural acne treatment.

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PERCENTAGE OF WH READERS POLLED WHO HAVE THREE OR MORE SHAMPOOS IN THEIR SHOWER. KEEP IT UP: “A ROTATION OF FORMULAS HELPS YOU ACHIEVE THE LOOK YOU WANT— WHETHER IT’S VOLUME ONE DAY OR SLEEK THE NEXT,” SAYS NEWYORK CITY HAIRSTYLIST NATHANIEL HAWKINS

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