If you haven't cleaned out your closet and put away all of your bulky winter sweaters yet, seeing Spring and Summer fashion in stores may make you want to do that this weekend. Style Expert Lauren Bettenga stopped by with fun and flirty look from JCPenney.
TCL Makeup Artist Julie Martin wanted to know if viewers had any makeup questions she could answer and she came prepared to tackle everything from eyeshadow to concealer. Plus she brought along a deal on Measurable Difference Makeup.
Whether a parent to young girls right now or have raised one yourself, you can likely relate to an Edina mom. Wendy Witherspoon is a mom to three young girls and she says shopping for them was a nightmare. It's why she create Prink Style, an online subscription service for clothes that doesn't come with commitment. It was created just for...
If your morning routine means spending a lot of time on your kid's hair, Cozy Friedman has you covered. Cozy opened her first kid-friendly hair salon more than twenty years ago. Her salon formula kids hair care line help you reduce the amount of time you spend on their hair in the mornings - and move on with your day!
It's a trend that you are going to see more of this spring…we are talking bows! That's right ladies, expect to see more bows on your clothes. Mall of America Trend Expert, Sara Rogers shows how women can pull off the look without ending up looking childish.
Minnesota Monthly is celebrating 50 years. For its April issue, it's all about spring fashion over the decades. We're talking wardrobe, makeup and hair. The looks that are featured were inspired by each decade the magazine has been around - 1967, 1977, 1987, 2007 and today.
Spring is finally officially and that means no more snow, no more ice and hopefully a big "see ya later" to dry winter skin. TCL Reporter Kelli Hanson went in search of a facial that wouldn't just hydrate, but would also repair. What she found is called the Environ Vitamin Face Treatment at Simonson's Salon & Spa. It's a cleanser, peel and...
Da Bomb Bath Fizzers has been around since 2012, but what makes this booming business so amazing is that it's run by two teenage girls. Isabel is just 15 and Caroline is only 14. The two girls from Edina loved fizzing bath bombs. They wanted them to last longer and to be unique. So, they created their own with a special surprise in the middle....
We all have that one female friend who you never see wearing the same thing twice. Our next guest is that friend -- and it's because she's got a knack for mixing and matching. So much so, she blogs about it. Amy Seeman's blog "To Wit, To Woo" is inspiring women to take a basic outfit and elevate it. She stopped by our studio to show us how...
We are cutting through the clutter and sharing mom-approved goods that will make life with your little one easier. If you're past the point of having kids, you'll be thinking, I wish I'd had that when my children were little! Here to help – Katie Blozis from bump club & beyond twin cities stopped by!
Many celebrities are known for their signature looks. Gwen Stefani for example is always rockin' dark eye makeup with big lashes. If you've ever tried to recreate what the celebs are doing and failed miserably, it might be because you've never met Makeup Artist Julie Martin. Julie stopped by with her products and techniques!
If you're planning a Spring Break trip or just looking forward to a weekend getaway, you've got to have a great bag to hold all of your stuff, right? TCL Reporter Kelli Hanson rounded up a few of her favorites and has deals to help you get packing!
Moving fat from one area of your body to enhance another part of your body sounds like the perfect solution for many women. The best part about this: it's all true! This is a real technique that a Minneapolis mom had done to increase the size of her breasts.
The cool thing about spring this year is…it's the season of "anything goes"! So take risks and don't worry too much about the trends as they are all over the board this year. Jodi Mayers of Corset Styling shows us a sneak peek at some of the looks.