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Posts for April 14th 2010
Angus Mitchell, son of the legendary hair stylist Paul Mitchell, shares tips on what to ask for when headed into the salon. If you have an oval face like Beyoncé, Jennifer Garner or Jessica Alba, you can pretty much get away with any hair cut, but for other face shapes - be it round like Gwyneth Paltrow or Cameron Diaz, or square like Demi Moore or Sandra Bullock - watch our video to find out what flatters!
While British model Agyness Deyn has sported various pixie cuts before, her brand-new — and nearly buzzed — version, which Love magazine recently tweeted, is definitely edgier than the black bowl cut she's been wearing for several months now. We're liking the boyish style — it's feeling very Sinead-O'Connor-in-a-Clash-cover-band. Her cropped, longer-layered platinum pixie started a wave of copycat haircuts, but do you think this style will start another trend?
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"Keri just brings a youth and vitality to our brand. I think that she's just the perfect transition," Avon's Lily DeStefano said. While the details of Keri's new role were not completely spelled out, expect to see the 27-year-old appear in a forthcoming Avon catalog. What do you think about this latest pairing?
Forget flossin' — it's a lot more environmentally friendly to use your money to brush. All corny jokes aside, though, these cute new Source toothbrushes ($6.95) are a pretty cool idea. Their heads are replaceable, and the handles are made from responsibly sourced recycled materials — the most entertaining of which is dollar bills. It's not exactly something you'd bring out on the cocktail party circuit, but it would save you from consigning a lot of toothbrush plastic to the landfill. Plus, you'd get to brush like a baller. Would you consider buying a toothbrush like this, or do the handles not appeal?
Here's why we're excited. First, the line aims to incorporate organic and natural ingredients as much as possible. Expect ingredients like avocado, olive oil, orange, lemon, and rosemary leaf extract. (Yes, the products smell amazing.) The entire line is free of parabens, SLS, phthalates, synthetic fragrances, and animal products. What's more, the shampoos and conditioners cost less than $10, which lets you go more natural without spending too much green.
Finally, one more reason we're excited: If you're in New York, you could win a haircut (worth $500!) from Tara. She'll be introducing her line at Duane Reade in Herald Square tomorrow from noon to 2 p.m. Stop by to say hello, take a look-see, and cross your fingers that you'll be the lucky lady who scores a cool cut. Your friends will be green with envy — and your hair care will be green, too.