The iconic actress, known for her glamorous and bold looks, has recently been stepping out au naturel, challenging traditional beauty standards and inspiring many. In a captivating departure from the Hollywood norm, Pamela Anderson is making waves on the red carpet, capturing attention and applause for her radiant appearances without a trace of makeup. Beyond this bold choice, Pamela Anderson has graciously shared her secrets for achieving a flawless and naturally beautiful appearance, offering insights into her skincare routine and empowering others to embrace their natural beauty.
Everyone is curious about how Jennifer Aniston stays stunning at 54, and she has shared an astonishing revelation about her fitness routine. The key to Aniston’s amazing physique might not be intense workouts but something much easier.
If there’s one thing we all probably envy about celebrities, it’s how they look flawless at all times. And with so much exposure and cameras around them, stars can’t afford to look unkempt. The truth is that, in addition to makeup, hairstyle, and wardrobe, celebrities use some tricks in their daily lives that help them look amazing.
Sometimes we’re either too busy or too lazy to go and see a doctor. Whatever the reason is, we definitely shouldn’t rely on our gut feeling. 15 doctors share the weirdest cases they’ve seen in their entire lives, and we can’t help but wonder how the patients got these ideas in the first place.
We have all seen massively successful beauty tips and tutorials online. And while some of them appear to be very effective, others leave you stunned, thinking you wouldn’t try them yourself. We at Bright Side picked 7 well-known beauty hacks that really work and will help you to finally kiss your everyday problems goodbye.
We all know what it’s like to have to get somewhere so early that you don’t even have time to get breakfast on the go, let alone jump in the shower. It’s terrible, because you feel unclean and as if everyone knew you didn’t shower. But it turns out there might be a quick fix for this issue. Greasy hair and that sweaty smell can be shaken off even without having to go through that revitalizing morning ritual that we call a shower.
Excess production of melanin is a common cause of hyperpigmentation. This can happen after sun exposure or pregnancy when your hormone levels have changed. That’s why it can be tricky if you want to get rid of dark spots.
Natural cosmetics are trending. 33.5% of the natural beauty industry consists of natural skincare products, 33% of natural hair care, and 41% of beauty consumers use a “do-it-yourself” product monthly. But while they’re environment-friendly and generally less aggressive, we still have to be careful when adding these natural ingredients to our beauty routine.
There’s a common belief that dandruff is caused by dry skin. However, this is a myth as dandruff appears on excessively oily skin, and the yeast that lives on your skin starts growing while feeding itself off of the skin’s oil. If you’ve ever faced this annoying problem, there’s no need to buy expensive stuff to cure it since there are some remedies that will help you fight dandruff without emptying your pockets.
Our toothbrushes hold tons of microbes in their bristles that can be damaging for our oral health. Other unwanted germs within our lives can hide in many places we never thought of cleaning, or we simply don’t know how to properly clean them. That’s why it’s so important to be aware of bacteria growth in our homes and know how to combat it effectively.
Our hair can withstand a strain of 3.5 ounces and can stretch up to 30% longer when it’s wet. However, only healthy hair has such superpowers — damaged strands will break rather easily. You may not be able to identify the condition of your hair at first glance. But there are simple ways to check this and take action to get it back in shape.
More than 64 million Americans dyed their hair in 2019. A cool hairstyle is usually the key to a perfect look and we’re often willing to spend a fortune on dyes to get the hair color of our dreams. However, some studies concern that chemicals used in artificial dyes, such as ammonium, which destroys tyrosine — a natural protein in hair, may weaken hair and affect hair’s ability to hold the color.
Shampoo didn’t become a standard on our bathroom shelves until the 20th century. Before that, people relied on good-old soap, made of different natural cleansers. Unfortunately, soap doesn’t work well in the mineral-heavy water that we use. Yet, shampoo has a lot of weighty disadvantages that often make us look for better options.
If you add up all the money you spend in a year on hair dye, bleach, lotion, spray, and other products that promise to lighten hair, you might just notice how expensive those are. On top of that, it can happen that many of them end up damaging your hair because of the large amount of chemicals they contain. Thankfully there are other options, which are not only natural, but also efficient.
When mosquitoes and other pests start giving you problems, you might be able to get them off your back with the help of some things you can find around the house. A lot of basic items can be whipped up into a repellent in a snap.
It is time to learn new hacks that will help you solve the problems you have probably been experiencing with your shoes. It isn’t that easy to tell real shoes from fake ones, to remove bad smells, or to make your heels a lot more comfortable. But that’s changing right now!
“You can have good hair days every day,” said no one, ever — except for one famous hairstylist who believes this to be true. According to Andre Walker, a beloved hairdresser to countless celebrities, it all starts with knowing what hair type you have and giving it the products it needs.
Human nails are as strong as a horse’s hooves, according to research. But still, we keep breaking them! Cracking fingernails is quite a common problem and it can be caused by dryness, too much moisture, excessive use of nail polish remover, and so on. Thankfully, there are a lot of simple natural remedies out there that can help you achieve the set of nails you desire without going to salons.
A study suggests that the use of antiperspirants causes alterations in the bacterial colonies of the armpits, creating more bacteria. Although the consequences of using deodorants have not been defined yet, there are people who prefer to look for more natural alternatives to take care of their body or who even try to create their own personal care items at home.
Calluses are patches of thick skin caused by friction and they can be a literal pain. They often occur on hands and feet and, while normally harmless, can become infected if not treated. While doctors can treat calluses with specialty shavers, acids, or a pumice stone, there are also home remedies people have used to treat calluses using simple items found around the house.
Have you ever wondered how to get rid of the annoying bugs that live in your house? We all want to keep our houses pest-free, but the chemical pesticides we can get from stores are way too toxic and harmful to use anywhere near your home, family, and pets. If these chemicals can kill insects, surely they cannot be good for us, and it’s better to use something natural and safe to repel bugs and insects whenever possible.
Ringworm, also known as Dermatophytosis, is a highly contagious form of skin fungus, and according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 700,000 people visit the doctor annually with concerns regarding ringworm. Thousands of those infected do not seek treatment, so keep on reading to make sure that you know what to do if you should ever come across this kind of situation in the future.
Summer is the season of sandals, wedges, and espadrilles, and it’s high time we remember our feet. Yes, those poor feet we often forget about, though they keep us moving. The calluses, cracks, and dry skin that appears when we ignore their needs can be both unattractive and painful. So what we can do about them?
Every now and then we look for ways to have shiny long hair. After all, hair is something that can give your face a requisite makeover. According to science, hair grows between 0.3 to 0.5 mm per day, 1 to 1.5 cm a month and 12 to 15 cm a year. Hair also takes credit for being the second fastest growing tissue in the body. But still, we all face one problem or another regarding our hair.
A person’s appearance is very important — it’s the first thing we pay attention to when we meet someone new. But lots of us have facial flaws. For example, according to US statistics, 60 million people suffer from acne.
As history would have it, apple cider vinegar was discovered almost accidentally and independently in different parts of the world when jugs of wine were left uncovered for a long time. The traces of this product date back to 5000 BC when Babylonians used it as a preservative and started experimenting by mixing apple cider vinegar with spices and herbs. Apple cider vinegar has a long history and there are a great variety of purposes it can be used for nowadays, apart from being a topping for your salad.
As we grow older we face certain changes in the condition of our skin, such as age spots, wrinkles, and fine lines. Some of these changes are caused by the natural aging process (intrinsic aging) and we can’t do much about it. We can, however, influence the other type of aging (extrinsic aging), which is caused by our environment and lifestyle.
Statistics have shown that 95% of all people on our planet suffer from acne at some point in their lives. Acne and other skin imperfections can be provoked by dozens of various causes from your eating habits to using the wrong skin-care products. Until today, nobody has discovered the universal remedy to heal your skin once and forever. However, there are some really effective natural treatments that can help you get glowing and healthy skin without using any chemical or surgical remedies.
Do you feel too ashamed to remove your shoes in public because of cracks in your heels? While we spend a lot of time caring for our faces, our feet are mostly ignored. It is this lack of care and hygiene that causes your heels to crack. If that is the case, we have got you covered.
Sandwiches are probably the easiest snack you can make: you can eat them anywhere and at any time; they’ll work for breakfast just as much as they work for lunch or supper; you can make them in a minute at home and take them to work.