Not all celeb bodies make us feel bad about our own. In fact, some even have the dreaded cottage cheese.
When I was a little girl, my mother made sure that I always had positive role models in my life, right down to the dolls that I played with in my dollhouse. Whenever possible, she made sure that I had dolls that looked like me - and by that I mean ones that had brown hair, brown eyes, and dark skin (well, I'm pretty fair, but you get the point. The dolls looked Hispanic).
Let's face it, getting your hair "did" is pricey, so more than ever women are turning to wigs to avoid having to visit the beauty salon.
Think about it ... do you wash your brassiere every day??
Multiple pregnancies can leave mothers with a sagging tummy. Find out about a quick nip-tuck that will help you get back your pre-baby body.
2.3 million teens visit tanning salons in the U.S. every year. A new study found that in the largest U.S. cities, the number of indoor tanning salons was higher than that of Starbucks or McDonalds, despite the skin cancer risks.
We just heard about a new product on the market ... Le Baby hair gel. "Great at home or on the go, Le Baby is a must have for every diaper bag," boasts the product website.