Beauty on a Budget
Did you know the average American woman carries $400 worth of cosmetics in her makeup bag? Jeannie Mai, beauty expert and host of Style Network's How Do I Look, shows you how to get a natural makeup look for less than $10 — using items from your kitchen!
“Not only is this cheap and affordable, but you are doing good things to your skin,” notes ER physician Dr. Travis Stork.
Guy’s-Only Grooming Bar
Male grooming is going mainstream. Sales of male beauty products increased 22 percent in 2012, and one in four men uses skin treatment products. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon shows two men some do-it-yourself alternatives.
Dr. Ordon’s $2 Twofer for Better Skin
Reduce swelling and stimulate collagen with Dr. Ordon's $2 Twofer. Get the recipe!
We all want that bronzed glow, but using tanning beds can increase your risk of melanoma, a form of skin cancer, by 70 percent. OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson demonstrates how to get a tropical tan with a do-it-yourself chocolate-covered almond self-tanner.
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PVC Pipe Personal Trainer
Celebrity personal trainer Ashley Borden demonstrates three toning moves you can do with a PVC pipe that you can buy at your local hardware store for less than $10.
The pipe helps with proper alignment and balance.
Celebrity Beauty Secrets
• Which pop queen uses royal insect secretions to keep her cellulite at bay?
• Find out Jennifer Lawrence’s de-bloating secret.
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