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Posts for April 30th 2010
When asked about the inspiration for the fragrance, Mary tells WWD that she designed My Life for her fans, as "a special tribute to us as women . . . we’re soft, we’re edgy — we’re all those things. And I wanted this perfume to represent every female’s everyday life."
If you're interested to know what a day in My Life smells like, it's apparently a fruity floral (like most other celebrity scents). The fragrance's notes include gardenia, pear, and freesia to open; a blended floral heart with tuberose, jasmine, and lily; and a woodsy, candied drydown with a base of incense. Both hateration and drama are absent from the scent, which will be sold on HSN at the end of July. Are you interested?
The main reason I dye my hair so closely to my natural hue is to add a little extra texture and to bump up the warmth just a bit. What about you? If you color your hair, do you stick within the same range as what you were born with, or do you veer off into all sorts of directions?
Weddings have been around at least as long as humans have been able to write about them, and in almost every culture, brides are the focus of their own traditions and rituals. But through history, the way brides have prepared and beautified themselves has changed drastically. Some traditions have survived for thousands of years and still make up a big part of our ceremonies, while others now seem truly bizarre (just check out the story on ancient Sparta). From mehendi to boqtas, see how being a beautiful bride has changed over the last three millenia.
I've heard of plastic surgeons referred to as artists by some patients before, but until now I'd never heard of art about the art of plastic surgery. Apparently, though, one sculptor called Ronadró has been creating and selling art honoring plastic surgeons for years now, and his pieces are interesting (and very expensive), to say the least. Check out some more examples of his work in the gallery below and tell me what you think. Is plastic surgery art something you'd want to see in a doctor's office if you were considering going under the knife?