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Cheryl Danehart

Cheryl Danehart

Cheryl Emerson Danehart has been with The Washington Times since February 2000 and has been copy desk chief since May 2008. She was employed for 11 years with The Intelligencer in Wheeling, W.Va., and also has worked in advertising and public relations for television and radio stations.

Ms. Danehart earned a bachelor's degree from the Perley Isaac Reed School of Journalism at West Virginia University.

She lives in Ellicott City, Md.


Articles by Cheryl Danehart

The skin care industry is increasingly focusing on products designed for men. (HETIME)

More men discovering benefit of skin care through masks

Stress is all around you, and it's taking a serious toll on your face. You might find wrinkles, blemishes, dry skin and blotchiness to be worse than ever. It's time to rethink your skin care routine -- and a different kind of mask. Published May 11, 2020

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Snails hold secret to younger-looking skin

Snails might be the envy of our hectic world. They're never in a rush to go anywhere, and they produce a powerfully protective barrier to smooth out their path in life. Published January 22, 2019

REVIEW: EndyMed’s Newa revives skin to youthful glow

The good news is that skin can be revived without invasive methods. Using heat is the key. Heating collagen and elastin to a specific temperature tightens existing fibers and triggers cells to produce more collagen. Dermatologists have been using this method for years using infrared, LED and ultrasound technology, and the effects can last for months. Published January 23, 2018

Fill your diffuser with plant-based essential oils for a true Aromatherapy experience. (Associated Press/File)

Essential oils needed for correct aromatherapy

That lavender-scented lotion, bubble bath or candle you find in your Christmas stocking this year might smell wonderful, but don't mistake it for aromatherapy. It's probably filled with synthetic ingredients that won't give you true physical and psychological benefits. Published October 30, 2017


Skin brush from ‘Saje’ helps surface absorb moisture better

The news was shocking and disappointing to those of us who care for our bodies and skin: Microbeads, those tiny plastic scrubbing components used in exfoliators, were polluting our waterways. An even better alternative has emerged on the market in the form of the dry brush. Published September 20, 2017

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton waves to members of the media as she boards her campaign plane in White Plains, N.Y., Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016, to travel to Charlotte Douglas International Airport. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Hillary Clinton pantsuit design influences Ann Taylor, Calvin Klein lines

Throughout recent history, American fashions have reflected the styles of the first ladies, from Jacqueline Kennedy's elegant suits and pillbox hats to Nancy Reagan's signature red to Michelle Obama's sleeveless dresses that have inspired ladies to embrace their feminine side (and work on toning their muscles). With the Obamas leaving the White House, who is the latest American political fashion inspiration? Enter Hillary Clinton, pursuing the most powerful position on earth. Published October 2, 2016

FILE - In this June 24, 2015, file photo, Kim Kardashian poses during a photo call at the Cannes Lions 2015, International Advertising Festival in Cannes, southern France. Kardashian said on Twitter August 3, 2016, that her BlackBerry smartphone died. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau, File)

Kim Kardashian among those favoring nude shades Clarins specializes in

Blame Kim Kardashian. The woman who has become famous by loving the camera more than anyone else in the world has reshaped the world of cosmetics with makeup contouring, shamelessly false eyelashes and nude shades. Clarins' latest from its Joli Rouge Brilliant Lipstick line offer the sheer, neutral look with moisture for a healthy shine. Published August 14, 2016