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How to Live to 100


Happy New Year! We’re all looking forward to 2018, but we’re also looking many more years into the future too because if you want to add more and better years to your life, now is the time. Americans are living longer lives, with the average life expectancy now at 78.5 years old. But those extra

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We Love Pecan Grove


The holiday season is the most joyous and beautiful time of year in Pecan Grove Plantation! People from across Fort Bend County and all over Houston come to our neighborhood in Richmond to see truly exceptional displays of lights. Are you proud of your front yard display or Christmas tree setup? We want to see

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Your Ultimate Holiday Hair Guide


Merry Christmas! We hope you’ve enjoyed a wonderful holiday season thus far, and continue celebrating with family and friends into the new year! As our Christmas gift to you, you will get a free shampoo when you spend $35 or more on services at TwinsSalon, and you will take home a free hair mask when

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How To: Protect Your Skin During the Winter


The weather outside may be frightful, but your skin doesn’t have to be this winter if you boost your skin care regimen. Cold days bring more than a rosy glow to the cheeks; it can cause uncomfortable dryness that leads to chapped, flaking, cracking or inflamed skin. With these tips, learn how to counteract the

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Holiday Beauty Gift Ideas Under $25


Who doesn’t love receiving beauty-related gifts at Christmas? During this time of year, it’s often your biggest bang for your buck, as most gift sets are sold below the price you would pay if buying each item individually. Plus, it gives you a chance to try more products from brands you’ve heard of or already

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Break These Bad Skin Care Habits


We all have bad habits. From biting your nails or not flossing regularly, to poor posture or eating junk food, many seemingly small “bad behaviors” fly under the radar until something like a dentist exam or weight gain happens and forces us to realize the impact of our little quirks. When it comes to your