Blog Posts by Beauty High

All in all, they said that these magic solutions for shinier hair, clearer skin, and whiter teeth are totally bogus and could even be damaging. (Yikes!) Check out the slideshow above before you trade your tried and true products for a “natural” remedy you spotted online. More From Beauty High: 0 Image via Istock By: Augusta Falletta, Beauty High It’s no secret that we’re in a serious, committed relationship with hair and makeup. We spend time together every day, try new things and settle in on our favorites, regardless of how long it takes to find them. Sometimes, though, there are mistakes along the way, and we’re willing to bet our favorite red lipstick that we’re not the only ones who make mistakes with beauty. Everyone knows the pain of a bad haircut or streaky self-tanner, but at least if we’re making these mistakes, we’re learning something at the same time. Because we’re all in the same boat here, we’ve put together a list of 25 beauty mistakes we’ve all made, below.
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Jane Cosmetics Announces Retail Partnership with ULTA Beauty

The bar is set too high and the attempt to bridge the gap between what is going on inside the mind and what is happening in reality starts to feel like a rebuke. You feel lesser than the sites and sounds of the dazzling islands with their crystal clear waters and you begin to long for a more tumultuous setting, say an industrial park or war zone, which more aptly reflect your inner state. Not fitting in to the surroundings you feel like an angry exile, like a high school delinquent who, as they say, marches to the beat of a different drummer, and feels so much an outsider that he or she can’t develop the school spirit that derives from a sense of belonging. You decide that this is not your time and that some day you will return more prepared for paradise.
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Letter From Croatia: Beauty Isn’t Truth

Jane fills a niche between value and prestige cosmetics lines. The Jane rebrand started with a powerful vision from Lynn Tilton after she acquired the company through her investment funds, and Tilton eventually assumed the role of CEO. With the belief that true beauty comes from giving back and that confidence comes in many colors, Tilton created a line to empower women to be confident, courageous and socially conscious. In 2013, the new Jane Cosmetics was born. About ULTA Beauty ULTA Beauty is the largest beauty retailer that provides one-stop shopping for prestige, mass and salon products and salon services in the United States. ULTA Beauty provides affordable indulgence to its customers by combining unmatched product breadth, value and convenience with the distinctive environment and experience of a specialty retailer. ULTA Beauty offers a unique combination of over 20,000 prestige and mass beauty products across the categories of cosmetics, fragrance, haircare, skincare, bath and body products and salon styling tools, as well as salon haircare products. ULTA Beauty also offers a full-service salon in all of its stores. As of May 4, 2013, ULTA operates 576 retail stores across 46 states and also distributes its products through the Company’s website: . @yahoofinance on Twitter, become a fan on Facebook Chart Your most recently viewed tickers will automatically show up here if you type a ticker in the “Enter symbol/company” at the bottom of this module.
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