Hair Color Trends For Summer

If you’re looking for a hair color that will make an impact this Summer, check out these trendy shades. From Golden bronde to Ashy platinum blonde, dimensional black to Honey brown, you’re sure to find something that suits your personality and your hair. These hair colors are perfect for the warm weather months, and they’ll keep you looking great! What’s your favorite color this Summer? Let us know in the comments below!

Golden bronde

Despite its name, golden bronde is not your everyday blonde. It is a shade of blonde that is in between brown and blonde. This hue is a beautiful accent color for summer and spring. It is the perfect summer shade for accenting a lighter blonde base. To achieve this look, you need to lift your hair to a higher level and tone it down. Here are some tips to achieve this color.

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Foods to Avoid With Braces This Summer

Summer brings so many tasty treats and temptations and for those with braces many of these can spell an extra trip to a Surrey Orthodontist’s office.

Hard Fruits and Vegetables

The variety of fresh fruits such as pears, apples or peaches, along with vegetables like carrots or cauliflower when eaten whole or in large pieces can spell trouble. It’s recommended to cook these as a way to consume all these and include them into your diet.

Crunchy Grains

Many breads and buns are soft and easy to eat while some can cause problems with braces. The tiny seeds or pieces of grain can get stuck in braces and be hard to remove. Avoid hard, crusty bread and bagels, cracked wheat varieties with seeds or grains and hard crackers that can bend the wires of braces. Wrapping breads in a damp paper towel and microwaving for a short time will …

How To Deal With Depression During The Summer

Reading the title to this article may make one scoff at its seeming absurdity. We all know of winter depression, when the prevailing weather forces us to stay indoors, and there are few outdoor activities that give as much fun and contentment as summer outings. But, believe it or not, summer depression is real. In fact, the condition has its own name – reverse seasonal affective disorder (SAD).

As its name implies, summer depression is seasonal. Just when one should be out on picnics, enjoying the scenery, or participating in outdoor activities, the symptoms of summer depression manifests itself in you. These symptoms include loss of sleep, lack of appetite, anxiety and even weight. Some therapists in Victoria BC have even weighed in that summer depression has a biological basis. Whatever the reason, here are some ways on how to deal with depression during the summer:

  • Accept that seasonal affective