No bride aspires to look “pretty good” on her wedding day (shocking, right?). After all, the photos will be on display for life. But in an effort to look and feel especially beautiful on their walk down the aisle, soon-to-be brides often splurge on beauty treatments that they haven’t done before, says Yael Halaas, M.D., a board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon in New York City…
April 11, 2011 — Some hairstyles, including tight braids and weaves, may increase the risk of developing an irreversible form of scarring hair loss, according to a new study in the Archives of Dermatology.
Seen predominately in African-American women, this type of hair loss, central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia, centers on the vertex (crown) of the scalp and spreads peripherally.
The lovely Kate Middleton is sure to attract all eyes as she walks down the aisle with Prince William April 29, 2011. After all, it’s not every day the world gets to witness a royal wedding. The good news is you, too, can look like a princess on your wedding day.