Stewart wrote on social media that “horseback riding weekly” — she owns a 153-acre farm in Bedford, NY — “is very good for ones legs.”
While a date with Lady Justice is very different than a red carpet, familiar terrain for the Hollywood stars, what the defendants wear still plays a big part.
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Martha Stewart plows her own snow, people. A photo of Martha Stewart plowing snow at her home in Bedford, N.Y., has captivated the Internet, with many expressing shock and delight over the businesswoman’s gusto. In the image posted Tuesday to Instagram, Stewart is bundled up in a hooded winter coat and boots and stands beside her snowplow.
Easter is just around the corner – and with any holiday, the hunt for the quintessential candy is always a hot challenge. Luckily, there’s Sweet Saba, run and operated by Canadian-raised, Maayan Zilberman.Launched in late 2015, Zilberman’s trendy New York business offers a bevy of delectables, items that have attracted A-listers and been included in premiere parties for the Golden Globes. No stranger to the fashion world, one of Zilberman’s previous ventures involved a designer lingerie collection that she co-founded, and after closing down The Lake & Stars she was in pursuit of a new avenue to highlight her kooky-meets-classy creativity. This isn’t your typical sweet nook, rather, a luxury look into the art of candy and how it can be transformed into funky keepsakes that are more than just sugary fixes.Let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.
How often should you wash your hair? Once a day? After a workout? Once a week? Every two weeks? When your co-workers start moving away from you? Today, Kim Kardashian West noted on her website that she only shampoos twice a week to avoid excess hair damage. While it sounds unappetizing, she’s not alone. Many people believe that washing your hair every day can cause more harm than good. It turns out that the frequency of your shower routine depends on the texture, moisture, and length of your hair, there isn’t a set rule. “Everybody’s sebaceous glands vary,” Manhattan-based colorist Lucille Javier of Sally Hershberger Downtown tells Yahoo Beauty. “In the winter, they’re more dry. In the summer, your sebaceous glands are more active because you’re sweating more.” It also depends on how often you chemically treat your hair; Javier notes that those with 100 percent natural hair shouldn’t worry about washing too often. But Kardashian West, who has dyed her hair platinum blonde before and frequently styles it for public appearance, may be wary of frequent washing. Some products that she recommended on her website to use in conjunction with low-frequency shampooing include Rodin by Recine Luxury Hair Oil ($70), Frédéric Fekkai Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Crème ($20), Olaplex No 3 Hair Perfector, Carol’s Daughter Monoi Repairing Hair Mask ($32), and Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream ($49).We’ve compiled a definitive list as to what celebrities have said about their hair wash frequencies throughout the years. Frankly, they still look like they get blowouts every day, no matter what they all say.Related:Jennifer Aniston’s Low-Maintenance Hair RoutineAn Education On Good Hair DaysHow to Dry Your Hair in the Winter
Photo: Courtesy Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello are so excited about getting married. While a lot of Hollywood couples — looking at you Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux — like to keep their love private, this hot couple enjoys shouting theirs from the rooftop (or, more accurately, on the red carpet to reporters). In Martha Stewart Weddings this month, the actress tried on wedding gowns, which she may or may not wear on her big day. Vergara in a Rosa Clara gown. She posed in front of pink bougainvillea at the Virginia Robinson Gardens in Beverly Hills, wearing a Chantilly lace dress by Rosa Clara.