10 Worst One-Hit Wonders Of Summer from yahoo.com
10) Macarena -- Los del Rio (1996)
9) The Dawn of Correction -- The Spokesmen (1965)
8) Telephone Man -- Meri Wilson (1977)
7) Bitch -- Meredith Brooks (1997)
6) General Hospi-tale -- The Afternoon Delights (1981)
5) I Wanna Be Bad -- Willa Ford (2001)
4) On My Own -- Patti LaBelle & Michael McDonald (1986)
3) Who Let The Dogs Out? -- Baha Men (2000)
2) Almost Paradise -- Mike Reno, featuring Ann Wilson (1984)
1) Whoomp! (There It Is) -- Tag Team (1993)
10 Ways To Look Better In The Morning from xfinity.comcast.com
Prepare Hair Before Bed
If your fine strands tend to look greasy the minute you open your eyes, use a dry shampoo preventively. Spray roots until hair feels chalky. The powder will suck up oils as they're produced.
Put Down the Popcorn
If you want to wake up with a flat tummy, close the kitchen two hours before hitting the sack. Absolutely craving a late-night snack? Avoid anything salty. Cut up a grapefruit and grate some fresh ginger over it. Grapefruit is hydrating, and ginger is an anti-inflammatory that has the added benefit of calming skin.
Pour Some Fennel Tea
The seeds fight gas, meaning you'll awaken less bloated. The licoricey flavor might take some getting used to, adding a splash of lemon juice to brighten the taste.
Give Your Eyes Some Caffeine
The stimulant constricts blood vessels so dark circles appear lighter. Applying a caffeine-infused cream at bedtime can reduce water accumulation overnight, leaving eyes less puffy in the A.M.
Fake a Sunrise
There's nothing pretty about being rudely awakened by a shrieking alarm clock in the morning. A simulated sunrise clock wakes you more naturally.
Make Your Own Steam Room
After washing your face, turn the shower on hot, close the door, and let your skin soak up the mist. Once it feels dewy, apply a product with hyaluronic acid, an ingredient that pulls moisture from the air into your skin. It works better in humidity.
Cleanse, Rinse, Repeat
To prevent smudgy raccoon eyes, wash twice in the evening. First use a milky cleanser to remove makeup. To make sure there's nothing left behind, follow with a gel cleanser, which eliminates oily residue.
Stick a Bandage On It
You may not want to smother a zit with makeup, but hydrocortisone. Before bed, slather on the anti-inflammatory cream, then seal it in with a waterproof bandage.
Pamper Your Ringlets
If you wash your curly hair at the end of the day coat wet spirals with gel, make them crunchy. They will soften overnight and be the perfect consistency when you wake up.
Skip the Booze, Bubbles, and Juice
We all know alcohol is dehydrating, but it can also cause blood vessels to dilate, which leads to flushing and puffiness. If you indulge, avoid mixing liquor with carbonated beverages or sugary juices that can worsen fluid retention.