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Pamper Your Way Through the Holidays: The Season's 5 Festive Ways to Relieve Stress and Look GreatPamper Your Way Through the Holidays: The Season's 5 Festive Ways to Relieve Stress and Look Great

Want to keep anxiety at bay this holiday season? Stave off holiday stress by penciling some pampering time into your busy schedule. We’ve compiled five restorative treatments, practices and remedies that are not only easy to fit into your pre-holiday to-do lists – they’ll also make you look and feel your best for the festivities ahead.

Sensitive Skin-Pampering Treatments: 5 Promising Spa Treatments for Sensitive SkincareSensitive Skin-Pampering Treatments: 5 Promising Spa Treatments for Sensitive Skincare

The spa is a great place to escape stress and enjoy some pampering, but people with sensitive skin need to be careful when choosing procedures. Some treatments can trigger dryness or irritation, so it’s important to know which pampering products are safe at the spa (and at home) for your unique skin type.

Pampering Skincare for Valentine’s Day: How to Create a Spa Day Pampering Skincare for Valentine’s Day: How to Create a Spa Day

Create the ultimate romantic spa day for you and someone you love – complete with aromatherapy and soothing relaxation. There’s no need to spend a fortune – we have all the tips you need for a romantic Valentine’s Day in the comfort of home.

Winter Spa Treatments: Pamper Your Skin after the HolidaysWinter Spa Treatments: Pamper Your Skin after the Holidays

Winter can wreak havoc on your skin; the holidays can wreak havoc on your mind. Thankfully, a spa treatment is the ideal remedy for soothing skin and relieving stress during the blustery winter season. Read on to discover how to pamper your skin at the spa or in the comfort of your own home.

Beauty During Menopause: 10 Ways to Pamper Your Skin   Beauty During Menopause: 10 Ways to Pamper Your Skin

Amidst the many challenges of menopause – hot flashes, headaches, mood swings and more – you may not feel inclined to pamper. But whether you experience dry skin, brittle hair or occasional bouts with the blues, discover how a little bit of pampering can improve the way you look and feel.

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FAQs

Q: I’d love a creative, curly look for an upcoming holiday party, rather than the traditional sleek, straight blowout look. Is this an option when scheduling a blowout?

A: According to Vanity Fair and the Minneapolis Star Tribune, blow dry bars, or salons specializing in blowouts, often feature a long list of both classic and contemporary looks, ranging from laidback, beach-inspired locks to long, loose curls. At your salon, inquire if the traditional sleek and smooth blowout can be swapped for a different style.

Q: My tween daughter is obsessed with my beauty products. Any suggestions for a few age-appropriate surprises I can slip into her stocking this holiday?

A: butter LONDON Lips and Tips - Snog is a hot pink lip gloss and nail polish duo that’s sure to bring a smile to her face this holiday. Add in Philosophy The Gingerbread Girl Lotion – a seasonally inspired hydrating lotion that’s ideal for a preteen.

Q: I’ve never visited the department store beauty counter for a consultation because I’m not sure I’ll be able to afford all the cosmetics recommended. Is there a minimum purchase required?

A: According to About Beauty, when you schedule a full consultation ahead of time, you may be asked to have to pay a fee, which varies according to the store or salon. If there’s no fee, or if you’re just dropping by the counter, remember that consultants are paid on commission so be considerate of his or her time. When testing a few products, there’s no purchase required. But, when getting a full makeover or lengthy consultation, the unspoken rule is to purchase a couple products.

Q: I’m considered a senior citizen, but I certainly don’t feel so old! My daughter keeps urging me to cut and color my hair (which I wear long past my shoulders with its natural salt and pepper shade)

A: First, while your daughter probably has your best interest in mind, always maintain the look that feels right to you. But, if you’re open to updating your ‘do, then why not?! Flip through a magazine or browse the Internet for some styles that you think might flatter you. Then, bring them to your stylist and see what he or she recommends. They’ll be able to blend your ideas with your hair type and the shape of your face for a final style that suits you the best.




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