Look your radiant best with these head-to-toe beauty tips, rounded up from the past 75 years of Woman’s Day magazines.
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Camouflage roots by zigzagging your part rather than making it straight.
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Communicate With Your Stylist
Be direct when telling your hairstylist what you want, and bring photos from magazines of styles you like.
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Brush Hair From Roots to Ends
Brush hair from roots to ends nightly. This distributes natural oils throughout the shaft and gives hair a healthy sheen.
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Dye It Natural
Doing your color yourself? Don’t make too drastic a change. Stay within one or two shades of your natural color.
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Comb It Out
Comb wet hair like the pros: Hold a handful at a time and work from center to ends, then scalp to center.
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Watch Your Back
Never let a stylist interfere with the natural hairline on your neck. The hair there is cowlicklike and will stick out when it grows.
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Let Your Hair Shine
Always rinse out conditioner (which should go on hair ends) with cold water to seal the cuticle and promote shine.
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Protect Against Sun Damage
Protect hair from sun damage with a scarf or hat.
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Sleep On Silk or Satin
Keep a blowout lasting days longer by sleeping on a silk or satin pillowcase.
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Change Your Part
Change your part to boost body and volume.
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Shake Off Hat Hair
To fix hat-head, bend over and shake your head a few times. Then run fingers through hair to add volume. For even more body, mist a natural-bristle brush with hairspray, bend over and brush lightly from underneath.
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Avoid frizz: Use only a widetooth comb, especially when hair is dry.
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Choose Shampoo Carefully
If you color your hair, look for sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners, which don’t contain harsh detergents.
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Get Rid of Flyaways
Stop flyaway hair! Spray Static Guard on your comb or brush. Or smooth an antistatic dryer sheet along your head.
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Soften skin before tweezing by dabbing with a cotton ball soaked in warm water or cream.
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Tweeze in the direction the hair grows.
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Fill In The Gaps
Don’t change the place where your brows peak and never pencil the whole brow. Instead, only fill in holes.
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Stick With A Sharpened Pencil
Use only the side of a sharpened brow pencil—not the pointed tip—so as not to draw a hard line.
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Smooth Eyebrow Hairs
For unruly brows, apply hairspray to an old toothbrush, then brush brows upward and outward.
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Treat your eye area gently. This is the most delicate part of your face. Cleanse with care; blot, never rub.
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Reduce puffy eyes by splashing with cold water or applying a cold compress (ice cubes in a washcloth): 15 seconds on, 15 seconds off.
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Keep Your Head Straight
When you put on mascara, don’t lower your chin—that’s how mascara gets on your lid.
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Prime Your Lids
Get eyeshadow to stay in place by priming lids with moisturizer and foundation.
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Use Your Ring Finger To Moisturize
Always use your ring finger to apply moisturizer or concealer to the eye area. It puts the least amount of pressure on the skin.
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Keep Lower Lashes Clear
Never put mascara on lower lashes; it casts a shadow on your undereye, making the area look darker.
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Light Eyeshadow Opens Your Eyes
Open up eyes: Apply a light eyeshadow (like ivory or gold) just above the lashline and along inner corners of your eyes.
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Prevent Eyeliner Smudges
Stop pencil eyeliner from smudging by applying powder shadow (in a matching or slightly darker shade) over the pencil.
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Try Out Brown
Switch to brown mascara for a softer look for day.
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Clear All Over
Don’t touch your face unnecessarily. Breakouts can be caused by your own fingers.
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Apply Cream With Downward Angle
Apply cream or cleanser by lightly pressing upward—never down. The delicate skin sags easily enough in time.
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