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Posts for September 3rd 2010
Being a celebrity has plenty of perks, and last weekend's HBO Luxury Lounge was full of them. A select group of stars was invited to sample the latest in fashion, food, electronics, and more — and yours truly got a first-hand glimpse. L'Oréal Paris invited me to visit its pre-Emmys beauty suite at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills, where stars stopped in for complimentary hair styling, makeup touch-ups, and manicures. Read on to see what went on, who dropped by, and what a gifting suite really looks like.
This isn't the first time Lanvin has ventured into the beauty world; the French fashion house has just released its latest scent, Marry Me. But the H&M collaboration is the first time that designer Alber Elbaz will put the Lanvin name on color cosmetics. He's known for being particular about his vision — he and makeup artist Pat McGrath have parsed the details of red lipstick — and for preferring a woman to look smart over sexy. We're hoping Lanvin's limited-edition lipstick might provide a little bit of both.
A longtime L'Air du Temps wearer, Starck says he decided to take on the project because "there is no difference in making a rocket, a hotel, a motorbike, a museum or a fragrance because the actual object is of no importance . . . So for me, a fragrance, and above all, L'Air du Temps by Nina Ricci, is a matter of vibration. It's getting the air to vibrate in a way that suddenly moves us." So does this new bottle move you?
If you’re looking for a way to reduce frown lines but don’t want to go the Botox route, take a look at Frownies. Watch our video to see how easy they are to use, and why they make for a cheaper alternative to expensive treatments.
If you're starting to see lines between your eyebrows but aren't interested in Botox, that's no reason to frown. Instead, why not stick paper on your face to stop them from deepening? (We're serious.) Here's our look at Frownies, an inexpensive approach to stopping lines from forming. Will it work? Only one way to find out. Watch now!