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©Jar of Lemons Foods That Are Great For Your Skin Cutler Protectant Treatment Spray, $24, I Redken Fashion Work 12 Versatile Hairspray, $19, f you’re looking for natural ways to get that glowing, picture-perfect skin, you should start with what’s on your plate. Nutrition is directly connected to skin health and appearance and we’ve listed some favorites of ours to incorporate into your new diet. BY ISABELLE MONAHAN Cowgirl Side Braid at Anna Sui x INC Linh Nguyen shows us how to take our side braid game to the next level this season. Not only does the cowgirl side braid look glamorous on just about anyone, but this tousled ‘do creates a look that’s effortless and sexy at the same time. 1 First, prep hair using the Cutler Protectant Treatment Spray. Blow dry and set hair using Redken Fashion Work 12 Versatile Hairspray. 2 3 Add a touch of Fatboy Sea Salt Pomade to break-up pieces of hair for long lasting curls. Depending on your hair’s natural texture, take horizontal sections of hair using either a 1 ¼” or 1” iron and curl hair vertically. When done, top it off with Redken Fashion Waves 07 for a more collapsed looked or Redken Wind Blown for more body and volume. 4 Once you’re done curling and ready to make the braid, sweep hair to one side and create a deep side part on the opposite side. 5 Start at the nape of your neck and loosely braid hair into a three-strand braid. Bring it forward so that it’s sitting at the front of your chest. 6 Time for final touches! Start pulling out some pieces, and as needed, spray them with Redken Wind Blown 05 and Fatboy Sea Salt Pomade for piecey strands and extra hold. Cinnamon Baby, you guessed it. What would this season be without cinnamon spice? Cinnamon is plentiful and cheap and it is a natural source of treating acne and eczema. It also is an antiseptic so if you have a cut or wound or maybe a bad acne patch, you can put it on your skin or on your latte—either way you will reap the antibacterial properties. Pumpkin Once autumn hits, pumpkin is back on the menu everywhere. This is great news for your skin because pumpkin is packed full of beta-carotene, rich in vitamin A. Pumpkin is also rich in vitamin C, which is so important for healing damaged skin. These essential ingredients are both crucial for increas- ing collagen production and keeping skin looking young and healthy. Continue reading this article on, keyword FOOD. 25