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Aunt Denny’s Peanut Brittle

http://southrenohairsalon.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/BBheader.jpg If you like peanut brittle you should give this recipe a try. I have been told by Peanut Brittle connoisseurs it is their favorite. Aunt Denny says it is all about the cast iron pan. Honestly it is the only time I break that darn heavy thing out of the [...]

Beautifully Sweet, NOT!

This weeks beauty tip will not only help you with your weight loss resolution but will help your skin look and feel younger! I came across this amazing study from the British Journal of Dermatology about sugar and the effects on the skin. Did you know that sugar actually attacks the elastin and collagen in [...]

By | January 15th, 2013|Anti-aging, Food, Healthy, Recipes, Skin|0 Comments

Beauty Resolutions

New year resolutions are not the easiest to keep. In fact many of the friends and clients I have spoken to claim they didn’t even bother with it this year. I decided to keep it simple and start with my face first. I have had problem skin my entire life so this comes from my [...]

By | January 8th, 2013|Healthy, Recipes, Skin, Winter|2 Comments

Christmas Mice

A dear client of mine gave me one of these cute little guys several years ago, BP (before Pinterest).They were so cute! I had to recreate them.And I have every year since.They are time consuming but they are relatively easy.Here are some pictures and some directions that should get you on your way relatively quickly.Here [...]

By | December 23rd, 2012|Holidays, Randomness, Recipes, Typos|0 Comments

Christmas Cheeseball

This post is arriving a couple of days early as I wanted a chance to wish you all a very Merry Christmas! Over the next couple of days I will be posting my three favorite Christmas recipes that I include on all my holiday trays. The other two will not come to your inbox. But [...]

By | December 23rd, 2012|Food, Holidays, Recipes|0 Comments

Happy Hands & Cuticles (Winter Edition)

Hands in particular are exposed and at risk for dry, chaffing, irritation and sometimes cracking skin during this cold season. We are washing them more than usual to ward off cold and flu germs. We are drinking less water, which is what our skin, hair and nails need the most. And your oil glands typically [...]

By | December 18th, 2012|Nails, Recipes, Winter|0 Comments

Winter Hair Woes

As per my post last week, skin is not the only thing that suffers in the winter. Hair also gets compromised by these cold, dry, arrid conditions. Hair is simply dead skin cells. It grows approximately a quarter inch a month. So the longer your hair is the longer it has been in the scalp, [...]

By | December 11th, 2012|Hair, Recipes|2 Comments