Aviators will always be a great look, but the Wayfarer has been one of the hottest celebrity trends in sunglasses. I love the look of the Ray-Ban Wayfarers, they flatter almost every face shape. Now is your chance to win a pair! All you have to do is tell us which celebrity wears their Ray-Ban best?
MakeHerUp is competing with other beauty and style blogs. The winner of the sunglasses will be chosen from the blog with the most comments.
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Are you Unapologettically Strong? That is something I am still working on to this day. In some areas (my kids, my family) challenge me and you will find a strength that will not quit. But I also tend to apologize for myself and let things slide to keep the peace. As I get older I realize that is not always the best option, it’s better to be strong and face things head on.
Luckily I have an amazing mother and girlfriends who are all Unapologettically Strong. My friends know what they want and aren’t afraid to ask for it. I love watching them handle different challenges and see their strength shine through. As mothers, entrepreneurs, daughters and wives I have learned so much from them. They have helped push me to challenge myself and do things I didn’t think was possible.
My mother has always been Unapollegetically Strong, raising 4 wild kids, even homeschooling us all for a few years. I don’t remember her complaining just always taking care of everyone around her. She was always the first with a hug, band aid or medicine before you knew you needed it she was there. Even at 35 there are times only my mom will do to chase away my pain and fears. As a mother myself I know understand how much time my mom sacrificed for our family and the strength it took to raise a family and be there for each one of us. I couldn’t ask for a better role model and hope my kids can look back on me with half the gratitude I feel for my mom.
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By Erin - Thursday, September 13th, 2012 at 8:08am
The side-braid—as seen here on Zoe Saldana and Blake Lively—is one of the easiest hairstyle trends to ever hit the red carpet. But in spite of its simplicity (who doesn’t know how to braid?), we still get countless questions about how to get it right. That is, not too loose, skinny, or schoolgirl-ish. Click through our gallery to master the boho side-braid, once and for all.
The Basic Tips
• Start with dry hair that is completely knot-free.
• Create a deep side part with your fingers—not a comb. This is important to facilitate a more undone look and help you stay away from anything too severe.
• Pull all of your hair over one shoulder and braid to the side. If you can create a French braid, like Rachel McAdams, do! If not, no worries. A simple plait still works.
• Fasten with a clear elastic, and leave out wispy pieces to frame the face.
My braids fall out during the day.
Solution: Fact: Braids last longer in dirty hair. The natural oils give twists something to adhere to. If your hair gets too greasy, douse your roots with dry shampoo like Dove’s (available in March, $4; drugstores) and you’ll be good to go.
By Jocelyn - Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 at 1:13pm
Today’s polish is a bit different for me! It’s a “Mirror Metallic” polish by Nails Inc, called “Stratford”. I really like it! It’s hard to tell in this picture, but it actually changes colors when you move it. Looks almost mauve sometimes. Love it!!