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Posts for June 22nd 2011
I like the idea, although I'm not sure BBDO is really conveying Gillette's message effectively here. I mean, the fluffy grass looks so nice and fresh that it almost makes me want to stop shaving, and there's no grass/hair for the legs. How many women are going around with hairy legs and plenty of underarm and nether hair? Still, it's attention-grabbing. Do you think this is smart advertising, or could BBDO have done better by Gillette? Oh, and if you want to see the guy version (yes, they're equal opportunity!), just keep reading.
I'm a little jealous that there won't be trucks like this out here in San Francisco, but I'm holding out hope that Fresh will start hosting more events like this all over the US. In the meantime, if you'll be around for the New York events, you can check out a map with the truck's exact locations when you keep reading.
When it comes to treating blemishes, we want something that's effective but not harsh on skin. Introducing St. Ives Naturally Clear Green Tea Scrub and St. Ives Naturally Clear Green Tea Cleanser. Formulated without parabens or phthalates, these products calm skin and prevent redness with 100 percent natural green tea, while salicylic acid works to treat even the toughest blemishes. Soothe your blemishes away with St. Ives Naturally Clear Green Tea Scrub and St. Ives Naturally Clear Green Tea Cleanser. Use together as part of your daily regimen so you can feel fresh and look flawless.
You name the color, and at some point or another, pop sensation Cyndi Lauper has probably worn it. She's so unusual, after all. Cyndi turns 58 today, and throughout the years, she has released multiple albums, performed on Broadway, and acted in both movies and TV. Besides her artistic abilities, the star is also active in supporting AIDS research, the National Kidney Foundation, and LGBT rights.
Even as a teenager, Cyndi experimented with coloring her hair different shades and sporting offbeat clothing. Of Cyndi's love for makeup, she said, "On a more frivolous note, makeup is also important to me. I have a suitcase full of the stuff. I am just sorry I have one face to put it all on. If you saw me without makeup you wouldn't recognize me. Thank god."
Wanna have fun? Be sure to check out the gallery of photos to get a glimpse at the multitude of styles sported by the colorful star.
You already know Revlon does makeup, nail polish, and hair tools, but did you realize the beauty brand also does dolls? From Tonner Doll Company (the same manufacturer that created the Twilight dolls) comes the Revlon 13-inch fashion doll collection ($60 to $100). The dolls model synthetic hair, and wear outfits ranging from basic lace undergarments to those equipped with multiple wig changes. Big spenders can splurge on the 10-inch vintage Revlon fashion doll collection ($125 each), which includes dolls wearing elegant coiffures and standard (albeit a little creepy) blinking eyes. And now you can look at Revlon in a whole other light. Who would've known?
There's no way to completely stop makeup from sweat damage, but there are a few ways you can make it wear more nicely as the mercury rises, with tips from Shiseido's Lien Huynh. To find out more, just keep reading.
You've probably seen lots of intricate nail art plastered all over the Internet, but if the notion of working with special polishing tools to create the impressive looks has you daunted, fear not. This Fourth of July, you can simply apply Big Ruby Tattoos' stick-on star designs ($12). The pack includes 10 star images, with 42 tats for the fingers and 44 additional ones for the pinkies and big toes. It's the perfect way to look cool and festive, all while impressing your friends; nobody will have to know you didn't paint them on yourself.