As the year comes to a close, we’re looking back on our favorites from this year. This is the Best in Beauty for 2010!
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The arts, great books and fabulous travel. Each inspires us in ways that nothing else can. StyleBlueprint Lifestyle explores these topics as we know there is nothing like a unique piece of art, a song that brings us to tears, a book that allows us to escape in our mind or a trip that replenishes to really inspire us and let us see and live the world around us.
Southern Flourish has published their Fall Issue! And, once again, StyleBlueprint was represented as Liza was asked to write about 4 female designers in the South – all with a varied background and approach. Of course Nashville got a nice nod with the inclusion of Jamie Beckwith and Rachel Halvorson. If you have yet to
These eyelashes really have no mascara on them, and no Latisse. Read this post to see how you can get lashes like these FOR FREE! This posts shows you even more shortcuts on getting out the door in as little as 60 seconds with a face you are proud to show off to the world….
Dear StyleBlueprint: I am utterly and completely confused about which sunscreen to buy. Each year there seems to be more warnings about the harm that sunscreen does and I can’t seem to find any simple answers. I just want to know what to buy and preferably it is one available at a local drugstore. Thanks!…
Story of my life: laundry to do. My sweet housekeeper, who did laundry, went home to Peru when the calendar flipped to 2010. I guess she decided to stay because my “to iron” pile hasn’t been touched since 2009. Let’s face it: laundry stinks. I hate it. I want the laundry fairy to visit my house,
A must read for every parent. Read it even if you are not a parent!
A sporty friend, with fire in her eyes, talked about Pure Barre as a place she had heard worked every muscle to the point of fatigue. This thrilled her to no end and peaked my interest the way tornadoes do: with fear. Every muscle? To the point of fatigue? My partner on this site, Elizabeth,
When I was a co-chair of Artclectic, I discovered Kem Alexander. Since Artclectic is a juried show, it attracts incredible talent from all over the country. Most are true characters with a certain panache and je nes sais quois; Kem is no different. Only she’s homegrown with roots in Chattanooga. Around art circles, she’s known as the “Goddess of Uncommon Concrete”: a hardcore diva