The Countess is ready to help HollywoodLifers keep their cool this summer — in every way possible! Check out her advice on a woman asking a man on a date, decorating your apartment on a budget and surviving a bad hair day!
The Real Housewives of New York City star Countess LuAnn De Lesseps is ready to help HollywoodLifers with their toughest love, beauty, and health questions with her weekly column. Considering how cool and collected the Countess is, it’s not surprising how great her advice is! Check out her answers to some of your questions!
Do you think it’s ever appropriate for a woman to ask a man on a date? — Lauren S. in New York
Times have changed and it’s fine for a woman to ask a man on a date but remember if you ask, you should be open to treating. If you aren’t comfortable making the first move, why not ask a mutual friend to mention to him that you’d be interested in going out sometime? Another idea is to ask him to join you when you go out with a group so he doesn’t feel pressured. ASK AWAY!
How can you decorate an apartment to look classy and chic on a budget? — Kim T. in St. Louis
Decorating an apartment on a budget takes creativity and time. You can look at catalogs online to get decorating ideas. Stores like IKEA and Pottery Barn have great designs at an affordable price. You can also find deals at yard and estate sales. Don’t forget the importance of window treatments because curtains and blinds finish a room. HAPPY HUNTING!
How do you handle a bad hair day? — Mary G. in Dallas
We all have bad hair days! If you have long hair, put it up into a messy knot and hold with a decorate clip. I couldn’t get through my bad hair days without my favorite Pucci scarf that I wear as a headband. Hair products like shine sprays and leave in conditioners can help you tame the frizzies. My flat iron is my favorite styling tool. GORGEOUS!
Feel free to ask the Countess more questions on HollywoodLife.com’s Facebook & Twitter accounts! And tune in to Bravo tonight at 9pm EST to see the new episode of The Real Housewives of New York City.
— Countess LuAnn De Lesseps
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