Pretty Lights

Pretty Lights

I always love some great lights when it comes to hair! This time of year I can’t help but be inspired by all of the twinkling Christmas lights everywhere, and was inclined to do some research on where the tradition came from. Did you know that the Christmas Tree was first adopted in Germany? Candles were the main source of decoration for the “tannenbaum” although they were expensive at the time. Christmas trees grew popular during the beginning of the 20th century, and by the mid 20th century, electric lights grew in popularity around Europe. By the 1960’s we were decorating trees (and houses!) in the States. From LA to Chicago, I love walking down the streets and being surrounded by lights. As a Master Colorist I’m always taking inspiration in, every chance I get, and I can’t help but be inspired by the twinkling lights of Christmas. Here’s my ode to the holidays, and to Christmas lights! Enjoy! And Happy Holidays :) Renee Taglia is located in a Beverly Hills California. Contact her here for a consultation on how to discover (and keep) your perfect color. LIKE Renee Taglia Hair Color on Facebook for more tips and...

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4 Thanksgiving Cocktail Recipes

4 Thanksgiving Cocktail Recipes

Thanksgiving is all about cooking delicious food—but serving up the perfect drink is pretty important, too! We’ve found a wide range of recipes to complement your Turkey Day menu. Your guests will be in culinary and cocktail heaven! Written by Carly H. via The Glitter Guide   Start the morning off with an Apple Bourbon Bellini while cuddling on the couch and watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Find the full recipe at Food Fanatic All of your holiday guests will beg for this unique Ginger Pear Snap recipe! Find the full recipe at Boulder Locavore This subtly sweet Fig, Vanilla Bean and Cardamom Infused Vodka is a delicious after-dinner drink. Find the full recipe at Tasty Yummies We’re tempted to skip the pie-baking process altogether to focus on indulging in this Apple Pumpkintini! Find the full recipe at Eat. Drink....

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