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Operation That’s My Dress: Mission Accomplished!

If the mission of Operation That’s My Dress is to reward dependents and active duty military members with a gorgeous gown and make them feel like Cinderella for one evening, then I’d say “Mission Accomplished!” Recently I received an email from Jessica McAndrews, Vice President of Programs, Services and Operations of USO. As a past […]

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Beauty Hacks for Hippies: Postpartum Hair Loss

My husband occasionally (often) and affectionately (mostly) refers to me as a hippy. What he means, really, is crunchy. You know, clean eating, cloth diapers, and coconut flour.  Instead of experimental drugs and free love, think essential oils and committed relationships. Sorry real hippies, after three kids and three deployments I need lots of consistency […]

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EYEBROW THREADING

Eyebrow Threading: Never Wax Again

You might have noticed threading kiosks popping up in malls across America lately. They’re fairly minimal with reclining salon chairs and nothing more than a technician with a spool of cotton thread to shape the eyebrows of clients. Individuals being “threaded,” hold their forehead skin taut while the technician uses a piece of twisted thread […]

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Do You Botox? Your Injection Questions Answered

I’ve been a slave to beauty regimens since my teen years, back when I was trying every product possible to transform my hormone-fueled skin, frizzy hair, and less-than-dazzling-white teeth. Needless to say, the over-the-counter options were never that effective and thankfully, my beauty regimens have evolved since then. Nowadays I opt for serums, peels, and […]

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Finding Hope, Beauty, Joy, and Strength in Sseko Designs: A Business with Heart

Sseko Designs is more than just another online retail shop. It provides financial opportunities for women in Uganda. Sseko started with creating and selling “funky strappy sandals” made by three young women in Uganda, and now it has blossomed into the opportunity for more than 100 women to earn money for higher education. The company […]

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