I’ve never really been one for the idea of love at first sight. Because love is something you do, NOT something you feel. I believe it takes time to build love.
While some couples may feel love for each other right away, they haven’t actually shown love to each other until they’ve been together for a while. And for most couples, even just feeling the love can take months or even years. Although every couple is different, these are the milestones most people hit before deciding for certain that their partner is the one. In fact, many of these can be just as meaningful as marriage, because not all couples choose to show their love with a traditional exchange of “I dos.”
Throwback Thursday: See Where Your Favorite Project Runway Contestants Are Now
Since the hit reality show Project Runway first aired in 2004, we’ve watched would-be designers sew, cut, and cry. We’ve also seen them struggle through “unconventional” challenges, initiate model walk-offs, bore Nina, and make it work. After 16 seasons, Tim Gunn, Zac Posen, and Heidi Klum have all said “auf wiedersehen” to the show, but it’s safe to say the show’s fever hasn’t waned. This March, the series’s 17th season will premiere on its OG network, Bravo, with an all-new panel featuring season four winner Christian Siriano and supermodel Karlie Kloss.
So what happens after you get kicked “auf”ed? Read through to see how all the designers are making their way through life post-Project Runway.
Would You Say No to Khaleesi? Emilia Clarke Finds Homes for Puppies, Game of Thrones Style
Just when you thought Game of Thrones couldn’t get any better, they go and throw puppies into the equation. Emilia Clarke joined Stephen Colbert for a special Game of Thrones-inspired edition of The Late Show‘s ‘Rescue Dog Rescue,” and boy, was it precious.
Each dog came from their own sweetly named House: House Goodboy, House Wagister, House Bark, and House Pugaryen, and we’re convinced these puppies absolutely belong in “Woofsteros.” The aim of the game is to get each and every one of the puppies adopted in real life. Yep, you can actually adopt these puppies. Emilia and Stephen each took turns telling adorable lies about the dogs waiting for homes, including yellow lab Sansa Bark. Emilia said, “she was actually at the red wedding, but dogs are color blind so, to her, it was just a normal wedding where everyone gets murdered.” We’re now the proud owner of five adopted dogs we don’t have room for, Sorry not sorry.
Tangle Teezer has released a brush especially for people with thin hair
Hairbrushes aren’t something we stock up on. In fact, once we find ‘the one’, that’s us pretty much set until the teeth wear down.
For those with fine hair however, the search for a perfect brush is ongoing. Others swear by designs with densely-packed bristles, creations that glide over fragile, wet hair, and combs made from crystals with scalp-stimulating powers. They say their brush wouldn’t rip out strands if you passed it to a toddler. Hand it to us however, and the strand-smoothing exercise quickly morphs into a snap attack.
But there’s one hairbrush we haven’t yet tried.
Tangle Teezer’s new Fine & Fragile Detangling Hairbrush, £11 is the new best friend of brittle locks. The design mimics the Original Tangle Teezer – same handheld pebble shape, a range of colours to choose from, and similar similar two-tiered, flexible teeth, but thanks to new soft-flex material, these teeth are 30% softer, making them even better at preventing breakage – even on extra-fragile wet hair!
So, whether you were born with a slightly sparse head of hair, or it’s a more recent thing – heat & chemical damage, stress and changing weather are just a few culprits of fragile, brittle and thinning strands – this brush helps to give your hair a chance to recover and regain it’s full potential.