Learn how to appear professional, stay comfortable and still retain a classy sense of style by visiting these St. Louis stores.
The runways showcase sultry cat eyes and bold lips for the coming year. Danielle Erb, St. Louis’s “Best Makeup Artist,” has the know-how to score the spring style and this expert is willing to share her secrets.
St. Louis is home to many who keep this city’s style on the pulse of the latest trends. Here are the 2013 top spring fashion tips from St. Louis fashionistas.
Men can easily find an ideal place to relax and get their grooming done at a reasonable rate. Check out these great barber shops in the city.
This past 2012 was a good year for fashionistas in the city of St. Louis. Numerous boutiques have opened up across the metro area, specializing in unique handmade gifts and flattering clothing lines. The stores opening doors this year are all trend-setters and support local designers to encourage growth here in their hometown of St. Louis. Read more to learn about these new hot spots in the city.
The winter season may seem dreary and forlorn, but bring warmth and color to the season by brightening your home or place of business with a winter flower arrangement full of poinsettias.
Show your skin some love by visiting one of these top spots for facials today.
Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year with good reason. Avoid the hassle of lines to get into the big chain stores and opt to support your local community on this day. You can find sweet deals and discounts on exclusive gifts at these local stores to wow all of those on your Christmas list.
Hair extensions are an instant solution and incredibly easy to get these days. Choose one of the top salons in St. Louis to add length and volume to your hair in an instant.
Whether you want a brighter smile for an important day or to improve self-confidence, the methods used today will enhance your smile for years to come.
The company will reportedly close all 399 stores nationwide by September. The nation’s second-largest bookseller, which employs about 10,700 employees, will begin liquidating stores this week.
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Gas prices crept over $4.00 per gallon in San Francisco, California.