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Victoria Beckham in High Heels with No Heels

The icon of style Victoria Beckham, who arrived to Macy's, NY, with her husband David to launch their new Signature fragrance, was wearing boots...

Fall Fashion Shoe Trends 2008 – Colors and Textures

Today's shoe fashion is Janus-like. Some fashion designers are giving a new lease of life to the trends of past decades. Others are trying...

Paris Hilton Comes Up with Hair Extension Headband

If you want to have beautiful and long curly hair, you don't have to make the hair extension in a beauty salon anymore. Together...

How to Hide Double Chin

Many women believe that double chin problem is common only among plus size women. Yet, it turns out that not only plus size women...

Goodie 2 Shoes – Adjustable Heel Shoes

What type of shoes do you prefer: stylish or comfortable? From now women do not have to go for a compromise. For those who...

Butt Bra Biniki

Butt bra has been developed in the States. American psychologist Karin Hart registered the patent for her invention called Biniki. Hart says her extraordinary...

Transformer Dresses

Every woman in her life probably comes across a situation when she has to go for a date right after work. According to the...

Choosing Lingerie

When shopping for lingerie, make sure you try it on before buying it. Do not buy beautiful lingerie if it feels uncomfortable. It is...

How to Choose a Swimsuit

Summer is a time to have fun, go on vacations to the seaside or lakeside, enjoy life, but for many women it also means...

Choosing Swimsuit for Overweight Women

An overweight woman should have a swimsuit that fits her figure but in no way a tight one, especially if she is also petite....

Choosing Swimsuit for Women with Small and Large Breast

In summer many of us go on vacations to enjoy the sea, get some new impressions, sunbathe and, of course, relax and forget the...

What Clothes to Wear with Bent Legs?

Do your knees touch when you walk? Is there a gap between them when you're standing? If so, just as with fatty or skinny...