It’s safe to say that we’re all aware of the unhealthy consequences of tanning. With spring break right around the corner, it’s important to be conscious of healthy tanning habits. Before you oil your skin up, consider these healthy tanning options.
The abdomen and its surrounding muscles are some of the hardest to sculpt. And while many of us would love to score the rock hard abs of fitness models and celebrities, forget about aesthetics. The real reason to go after that six-pack has less to do with appearances and more to do with your general health (excess abdominal weight can often lead to heart disease and diabetes).
It’s nice to be able to choose your own healthy snacks for those all-nighters and procrastination marathons, but it can be hard to keep them fresh in the dorms.
Wouldn’t it be perfect if somehow we all could look just as flawless in the pouring rain as Allie did in “The Notebook”? Sadly, we instead usually end up running through the rain (alone) looking like a giant ball of frizz the second the moisture hits us.
A quick look at the nutrition label shows less than 300 calories, a perfect dinner option right? Not so fast. Although the calories may be reasonable, the rest of the nutrition label will reveal the ugly truth about your microwavable meal.
If you feel as if your back is consistently tense and sore throughout the school week, we feel your pain. But as college women, do we ever stop to think about where the pain is coming from? Better yet, do we ever take the time to relieve it?
Let’s just admit it: State College isn’t exactly a hair haven if you happen to have hair that needs a relaxer, a weave or a hot comb. Even though it may be tempting and seem easy to let your hair go a little, remember these four words: Gabby Douglas hair debate.
We’ve all seen the MTWRFSS brightly and largely labeled pill containers. Initially written off as intended for people 65 and older, these containers may be more helpful than you think.
Contouring is an easy way to add definition to the face and enhance different features, and it’s not just for the pros. With the right techniques and products, any girl can create a gorgeous makeup look that accents her natural beauty!
Consider these great, free fitness apps that are guaranteed to switch up your routine and raise your standard of a good workout. Put down that Ben and Jerry’s, ladies. It’s all about perspective.
Everyone seems to know typical yoga poses like sun salutation or downward facing dog. But add a little heat to that, and you’ve got the hottest (pun intended) new fitness trend: hot yoga.
Hairdressers lather, rinse, cut and dry our hair to look healthy and voluminous. But eventually over time, the tips of hair being to grow out and the dreaded split ends start to grow!
During the harsh winter months, keeping foundation in its place seems nearly impossible. Thankfully, though, the truth about keeping makeup under control comes out from under its rock – there are different kinds of foundations for each season!
While there are no official “gym etiquette” rules, some are just plain common sense.
Sometimes it seems like there’s one on every corner… and it’s not a Starbucks.
Tattoo parlors are popping up everywhere in every town to service anyone who’s looking for some permanent body art.
If diamonds are a girl’s best friend, her makeup bag is her sister.
Originally popularized by actresses like Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor, the red lip has earned its title as a classic makeup look.
Welcome to State College, where the weather is drastic and always unpredictable. Changing climates, along with living in close quarters and poor sleeping habits, surely doesn’t have much benefit on our immune systems.
This time of year, indulging in a long, hot shower or bath is a common guilty pleasure. But when you’re hogging the only shower in your apartment, constantly running late or causing your dorm-mates to get together to plot a not-so-nice end to your everlasting showers, it may be time to cut back a little.
We all know that mornings can be rough. It’s hard to capture that “morning glow” when you roll out of bed ten minutes before your 8 a.m. (…or 10 a.m.). Unfortunately, the victims of this early-morning grogginess are usually our eyes.