New Hair Styles for 2005 - Summer Hair Trend

Written by Nancy Faizabadi

A variety of hair styles, colors, and trends are growing in popularity for 2005. New hair styles for 2005 include hair of varying lengths, from curly and wavy to sleek and straight. Some ofrepparttar old standbys from 2004 are still going to be popular in 2005.

The straight look is still in. The messy look andrepparttar 140073 shabby chic look are also still going strong. The soft wavy look is one new addition torepparttar 140074 in list that has been growing in popularity this season.

This season, one ofrepparttar 140075 hottest looks is a short cut. Not just any short cut though. The newest version of repparttar 140076 short hair cut is longer layers and fringe inrepparttar 140077 front withrepparttar 140078 back cut in shorter, softer layers. The great thing about this style is that, even though it is short, you still have a variety of options when styling it. It can be worn straight and smooth for a more sophisticated look. If a more youthful and fun look is inrepparttar 140079 cards for your day, simply touslerepparttar 140080 layers for a more wind blown, wavy look.

Your hair’s texture is also an important part ofrepparttar 140081 cut and style. Layers and soft edges give a cutrepparttar 140082 versatility that it needs to hold more than one style. Razor cutting is a terrific way to accomplishrepparttar 140083 flipped, wild look that celebrities like Meg Ryan wear. Using sculpting gels and waxes can give you a chunky layer look that separates and holds your layers in place. For a smoother, sleek look, layers can be blown dry to lay flat and soft againstrepparttar 140084 face. Smoothing gels can help to keep hair smooth and free from frizz for hours at a time.

21 Secrets of Fit People

Written by Lana Holt

1. Keep a water bottle with you at all times and drink from it often. Water *is*repparttar drink of choice, but if you don’t enjoy it (I admit it… I don’t), drink Propel, Diet Ice, Reebok Water, Vitamin Water or some other form of healthy fluid intake.

2. Think twice before deciding what to eat and why, making sure that it is healthy and will provide you good nutrition.

3. Measure intake based on activity, not how you "feel.” Need should mandate intake, not mood.

4. Eat well-balanced meals and remember that excessive calories, even if they are fat-free and high protein will turn to excess weight!

5. If your diet is unbalanced, try a daily vitamin and mineral supplements for total health. 6. Limit caffeine and exposure to even second hand smoke.

6. Focus on short-term fitness goals with an emphasis on completing daily exercise.

7. Keep a daily log of what you’re actually eating… this includes grabbing a handful of chips here,repparttar 140072 crust of your kids sandwich, and all your snacking.

8. Stick with eating plans you can maintain indefinitely. Remember that no matter how hard you’re working out, if you’re consuming too many calories, you’ll never seerepparttar 140073 muscles that lie beneath layers of fatty tissue.

9. Enjoy an occasional (once a week) “unhealthy” treat, but never an “unhealthy” week or “unhealthy” vacation.

10. Limit alcohol intake to special occasions.

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