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Go-to Guide for Beauty on a Budget: 10 Simple & Effective Ways to Save  Go-to Guide for Beauty on a Budget: 10 Simple & Effective Ways to Save

Looking and feeling beautiful doesn’t have to leave you penniless at the end of the month. From the best budget beauty finds to wallet-friendly DIY treatments, check out this guide for tips to save on all things beauty.

Affordable Spring Fashion: Chic & Easy DIY Nail Looks Inspired By New York Fashion WeekAffordable Spring Fashion: Chic & Easy DIY Nail Looks Inspired By New York Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week has come and gone, leaving exciting new makeup and fashion trends in its wake. Want to update your look without spending a fortune? While the outfits showcased on the runways may be out of most people’s budgets, you can still update your style with the latest cutting edge trends. For an easy and affordable way to incorporate designer looks into your everyday style, start with DIY nail art! Check out this guide to the season’s hottest nail trends from New York Fashion Week.

Men’s Foot Care for Different LifestylesMen’s Foot Care for Different Lifestyles

Unless you’re a runner or work on your feet all day, you may not focus much energy on the state of your feet. But even if your feet spend most of their time in shoes, out of sight and out of mind, you don’t want to wait until unpleasant problems arise--like ingrown toenails or athlete’s foot--before you start giving your feet some care. These tips can help you treat and prevent foot conditions, so you can keep your feet happy and healthy through even the most active lifestyle.

A Guide to Common Childhood Rashes: Part 2 – Prevention and TreatmentA Guide to Common Childhood Rashes: Part 2 – Prevention and Treatment

No parent wants a sick child, especially not with a childhood rash that could be itchy or uncomfortable. By following some common sense guidelines, you can prevent, soothe and treat many kinds of childhood rashes. Check out this article to learn more.

A Guide to Childhood Rashes:  Part 1 - Understanding the BasicsA Guide to Childhood Rashes: Part 1 - Understanding the Basics

Most kids will get a rash at some point during their childhood, but luckily for parents and kids alike, the majority of childhood rashes are harmless. However, some rashes can lead to serious complications, so it’s important to know when to call your doctor. Keep reading to find out more about common childhood rashes and which may be cause for concern.

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FAQs

Q: My oldest son recently started college and is ready to gain some independence when it comes to his appearance. As his mom, I’m not sure what advice to give him. Any tips?

A: For most guys, college is the time to develop smart grooming habits and establish a personal style. College Men's Guide to Affordable Skincare and Fall Fashion has the advice he needs to get started.

Q: The atmosphere in my new job is a complete change from the laid back style I’m used to. How can I create an office-appropriate look on a budget?

A: The office environment tends to favor a conservative, clean look when it comes to your everyday appearance. Check out Budget Beauty for the Office: 15 Affordable Finds for affordable skincare and beauty tips that’ll help you achieve a professional, appropriate look.

Q: I’m in college and excited to have more freedom (and fun!) with beauty and fashion. The only problem is that I have a very limited budget. Any tips?

A: As a young adult, it’s especially fun to experiment with new looks as your unique sense of style and identity evolves. The younger you are, the easier it is to try the more daring, over-the-top fashion trends. For tips to help you stay on budget, read Fashion-forward on a Dime: 20 Beauty Products Under $10.

Q: What is encephalitis?

A: Encephalitis is brain inflammation triggered by a viral or bacterial infection. Measles, chickenpox and hand-foot-and-mouth disease can, in rare cases, cause encephalitis.




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