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Moroccanoil Just Launched the Dry Shampoo of Your Dreams

The only thing we love more than a full, bouncy blowout? Being able to work said blowout for days on end with the help of a solid dry shampoo. …

Hair

Part Ways From Your Split Ends

Split ends are an all too common problem for us all. Naturally your hair type plays a role in how many and how often you get them, but certain habits are also responsible for causing split ends. Before we discuss some tips for getting rid of split ends, we feel it's important to explain what causes …

The Best Online Consignment Sites To Score Vintage Designer Fashion

The best way to get a hold of a unique vintage piece?<p>Whether you're looking to gift unique vintage fashion finds or to earn some extra shopping cash by cleaning out your closet, there are plenty of online consignment sites ready to get you started.<p>We rounded up our seven favorite sites sure to help …

Back to Basics: 11 Shoes Every Woman Should Own

Click through for the classic shoes every fashionable woman should have in her closet.<p>Aside from diamonds, we're pretty sure shoes are a woman's best friend. With seemingly endless options each season, it's hard not to amass a collection of pumps in a rainbow of colors, or more than 10 pairs of …

'World's ugliest woman' pursues anti-bullying film

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — In December 2013, she inspired millions with her TED Talk. Now Lizzie Velasquez, once called "the world's ugliest woman," hopes …

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South African gold miners strike over 'slave wages in white man's economy'

About 80,000 gold miners in South Africa walked out on strike on Tuesday night, raising fears of renewed violence in the crisis-hit industry and underlining the government's dwindling authority.<p>President Jacob Zuma admitted that he could only plead with companies and unions to find a peaceful …

Malala Yousafzai helps Birmingham bet on books

In an era when reading just about anything on paper seems almost archaic, Birmingham is making a big bet on the printed word.<p>On Tuesday, this industrial city of one million people, where the recession still bites and jobs are hard to find, opened a $300-million public library. At 31,000 square …

Malala Yousafzai

9 Amazing Cave Villages You Can Still Visit

Since the dawn of time, caves have held a special attraction for people the world over, whether as a site for religious rituals, the den of legendary monsters, a place for some weekend exploring, or, simply, a cozy place to live. And due to their permanent nature, cave homes also happen to be …

Slovenia from Above: Paragliding over Lake Bled – Wild Junket Adventure Travel Blog

8<p>2<p>As the engine roared on our backs, I felt myself being lifted into the air and drifting further and further from land. In a matter of seconds, we …

The best places to swim with whale sharks

Swimming alongside the largest fish in the sea is one of the ultimate bucket-list experiences. Lucky, then, that there are a handful of destinations around the world where in-season sightings of whale sharks are almost guaranteed.<p>Remember: keep a respectful distance from the gentle giants, …

Scuba Diving

Famous Sights Then And Now: The Colosseum (PHOTOS)

The ancient Colosseum of Rome, site of historic gladiator battles, has clearly had some structural issues: bits of rocks have fallen from it, causing many renovations and a 25 million dollar plan to build a barrier to protect tourists from falling rocks that should be finished in 2015.<p>But given …

Balls will roll at a quirky Irish lottery

Every August, the town of Cobh looks like a playroom ball pit gone awry, as thousands of brightly coloured balls bounce down the streets in one of the world’s quirkiest lotteries.<p>Every August, the town of Cobh in East Cork, Ireland, starts to look less like a quaint seaport village and more like a …

Waterfall adventures on the Big Island of Hawai'i

On Hawai'i Island (aka the Big Island), the beaches aren’t the only spectacular spots for water views. Throughout the island, cascading waterfalls leap off cliffs and tumble down canyon walls. All you have to do is pack the car with sunscreen, water, towels and an island-style lunch to go <i>holoholo</i> …

Hiking

Outlet alternatives to duty-free shopping

A luxury Chicago mall is the latest business to successfully offer a convenient and affordable way to spend a long layover.<p>Soon, travellers with a layover in Chicago will be able to spend time dining and shopping outside their terminal, without fretting about missing their connection.<p>The Fashion …

Parisians try to learn how to be nice to Chinese tourists

You’ve heard the joke: What’s the one problem with Paris? Parisians. In attempt to counter that stereotype, the city’s tourism board and the Paris Chamber of Commerce have issued a helpful guide to cabbies and other locals on how to welcome foreign guests. (One tip, for example: the British like to …

France

5 Best West Coast Road Trips

There’s something about warm weather that makes us want to hop in the car and drive into the sunset (preferably in a red convertible). While …

Australia: Animal Lover’s Paradise

There’s an animal for everyone where the rainforest meets the sea in Tropical North Queensland.<p>I’ve been to Tanzania, roaming Arusha National Park in a jeep and by foot in search of zebra, giraffe, baboon, and other beautiful African creatures. But when it comes to amazing, eclectic wildlife, …

Five heavenly country house hotels

From a 16th-century castle in the Austrian Alps to a rustic hideaway on a Tuscan hillside, escape the city heat at these secluded summer bolt holes.<p>There are few things more relaxing than escaping to the countryside. From historic mansions to rustic retreats, here are a few of the best secluded …

Zagat

The world's most unusual beaches

Candy sands, disappearing waves, transformed trolls - if life's a beach, these are its strangest days. These 10 beaches from Lonely Planet's <i>1000 Ultimate Sights</i> might not all be swimmable, but they are all extraordinary.<p>1. Bowling Ball Beach, California<p>Compared to green sand or vanishing tides, …

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