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How to go to work in comfort and style

Finding what to wear every day to go to work often becomes a difficult task, but if you buy the right pieces, you can count on a basic wardrobe that will multiply the possibilities of combining them, which will give you more options.The first thing to think about is two skirts and two pants - if you wear both - in solid, neutral colors, such as black, white, beige, navy or gray. It can also be a pastel color, so that when wearing them they are not the protagonists and in this way you can use them many times without your eyes fixing on them.These basic pieces can be combined with blouses of varied designs and add a jacket, a blazer...

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How to make rosemary gel for a "Rapulzel effect" on your curls

  Curly hair looks beautiful when you know how to take care of it, because it is a type of hair that tends to dry out faster. A little while ago, I told you that I started using the "Curly Girl" method and the truth is that I'm amazed with the results, my curls look more defined than before and one of the products I use to style them is rosemary gel, with which I've also noticed a "Rapunzel effect".How to make rosemary gel to achieve a "Rapulzel effect" on your curls.Photo: iStockHow to make oatmeal gel for styling and very silky curls.Ultra-moisturizing homemade cream to define your curls and have them perfect all day long I had heard that...

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How to make natural red dye: sport a fiery mane in two steps

  Sometimes changing your look is an act of resurrection. Hence, some women choose red as a symbol of rebirth , although dyeing hair this shade can be tricky. It requires continuous touch-ups, which, due to the chemicals in the dye, damage the hair and represent an expense. Pitfalls you can avoid if you choose to make your own natural dye.     IStock photo You may also be interested in:  8 unexpected uses of toothpaste that you should try right now What does hair dye contain? According to the Cleveland Clinic , some products contain ammonia, lead acetates, hydrogen peroxide, and paraphenylenediamine. Elements that can cause: scalp redness, itching, peeling and blisters. How to make natural red dye? Ingredients 1 beet (medium piece) 1 carrot Gloves Swimming cap     Getty photo You may also...

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