- Buzz can't wait for Wanderlust, Smash, and the Oscars
- Yum can't resist cinnamon lollipops and chocolate hearts
- Bella's sold on plump lips and flawless faces
- Tres's diving into Mad Women and Going Solo
- Lil's loving Valentine's Day treats, toys, and onesies
- Fab's picking up transitional pieces, neon jewelry, and colorblock clutches
- Casa's getting inspired by bold colors and creative displays
- Savvy's saving presidents and adjusting their budget
- Fit's testing out cherry juice and colorful gear
- Geek's wild about heart covered iPhone cases
Posts for February 1st 2012
As a part of the deal, the makers of Brazilian Blowout have agreed to label the aforementioned product with hazard warnings (a process which they have already started), and will also provide salons with pamphlets containing safety precaution information. See more of the outcome when you read more.
We are so excited to share our latest I'm a Huge Fan — come along as our lucky winner gets to meet and interview the amazing Drew Barrymore! Drew's latest project, Big Miracle, hits theaters on Friday, and to celebrate we brought one fan on the adventure of a lifetime. Meet Nicole, the winner of our contest, who was flown out to LA to get a peek into Drew's world and learn all about what it took to make Big Miracle. Nicole experiences the magic of whale watching thanks to Harbor Breeze Cruises, and on the water she learns all about the majestic creatures from the experts from the Aquarium of the Pacific. Next, Nicole gets a chance to talk to Cindy Lowry, the real-life woman who Drew plays in the film. Finally, Nicole is off to Beckley Boutique to pick the perfect outfit for her big interview with Drew. Big thanks to Limos.com and Virgin America for making sure Nicole was traveling in style. Check back tomorrow for Nicole's big meeting with Drew, and see Big Miracle in theaters on Friday — can't wait!
April may be the cruelest month, but February is certainly the coldest. We hope you're wrapped up, out of the wind, and ready to see the best of what the shortest month has to offer. In the next 29 days, we'll be using the hottest new products to nurse dry skin back to health, give ourselves the shiniest hair imaginable, and brighten things up a bit in anticipation of sunnier days to come. So come on in, and bring your snowman friend, too.
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Procter and Gamble’s Downy Unstopables was featured in the fabric softener brand’s very first advertisement on Super Bowl Sunday. The spot aired during the pregame show on Feb. 5 on NBC. Downy chose to shake up Super Bowl Sunday by recapturing the magic of the past and freshening up one of the game’s most memorable commercials — Coca-Cola’s 1979 advertisement featuring the legendary “Mean” Joe Greene of the Pittsburgh Steelers. This time around, Greene was joined by feisty actress and author Amy Sedaris, who has been featured in previous commercials for the product, to bring a more playful feel to the ad. In the spot, Amy hands him a bottle of Downy Unstopables with a childlike innocence, similar to the boy originally paired with Joe 33 years ago. Her offer is meant to be a fresh solution after a long game, when Downy Unstopables, an in-wash scent booster that contains four times the perfume ingredients as regular Downy liquid fabric softener, can really come in handy.
- See who made the Vanity Fair Hollywood issue — Styleite
- The coolest nail art of the week — Stylelist
- Seven products that will make your eyes pop — Real Simple
- The next big hair accessory? Cat ears made of flowers — The Cut
- The latest and greatest in antiaging technology — Glo
- What it's like to get an eyelash perm — Beauty High
- Gwyneth Paltrow covers Harper's Bazaar — Huffington Post
- Six ultra-cool hairstyles that are easy, too — Refinery 29
According to the regulatory agency, the magazine advertisement had "been altered in a way that substantially changed her complexion to make it appear smoother and more even." Not surprisingly, L'Oréal was disappointed with the ruling.
While the beauty brand admits to shooting Rachel with soft focus, low resolution, and plenty of lighting, it still stands behind its ad. "We believe that the image in the advertisement is a true representation of Rachel Weisz," a representative said in a statement. "The product claims are based on extensive scientific research which proved that the product improves 10 different signs of skin aging." It's a slap on the wrist for L'Oréal, but do you think the postproduction was taken too far?
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The reason? Natural oils provide shine and protection, therefore making the hair look healthier and more radiant. And by busting out of the shampoo-each-day routine, you'll likely even notice that your hair styles even better with its natural oils intact. Additionally, since oil production reduces with aging, you'll also likely notice you won't even have to wash nearly as often with each passing birthday.
Skipping the shampoo step every day, however, "doesn't mean you have to be unhygienic," Ryan explains. In fact, you can still get it wet and add styling products as needed. "I sell a lot of dry shampoo," he quips. So just think: a few weeks back we all scoffed after discovering a video from the 1950s suggesting that women wash their hair every other week. Although that may be a tad extreme, maybe they were on to something with their anti-rinse, -lather, and -repeat mantra.