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New from Lush Emotibombs

LUSH EMOTIBOMBS

For those who like to do it standing up, Emotibombs give you the power of mood altering essential oils in fizzy Bath Bomb form for the shower. Perfect for all states of consciousness and especially nice for sharing, these unassuming little fizzers steam up in the shower to wake you up, put you in the mood and help relieve your hangover. Best pick up all three.

Come on: up you gets.
If you need to wake up in the morning, Up You Gets with this reviving Emotibomb. Its lime, lemon and grapefruit oils jolt life back into you on the days when you can’t get moving. There isn’t anything that works better than this. Nothing legal anyway.

Restarts the brain.
The essential oil blend was created specifically to recharge the batteries and send you off into the day with a new focus and purpose.

Lime’s beautiful, uplifting fragrance is valuable to perfumers as the whole oil, but the isolate citral, which is obtained from the oil, is sometimes used on its own or to enhance a citrus scent.

$4.50

Sex in the Shower: Jasmine scented love bomb.
Sex in the Shower Emotibomb encourages people to share a shower to conserve water. As the warm water touches its surface, wafts of sensual scents entwine themselves around you.
The joy of sharing.
Sex in the Shower was blended to stir the passions and get people in the shower together. With great showers comes great responsibility. While you inhale the aphrodisiac scents, lather up with The Joy of Jelly to kick things into fever pitch.
Jasmine / rose
Both men and women have long used jasmine oil in India as an aphrodisiac, hair and beauty tonic and as a sensual perfume. Rose absolute and the rose itself are a symbol of love and romance.

$4.50

Too Drunk Emotibomb
For when you partied too hard.
This is for the day after you got too drunk. It has essential oils of peppermint, tagetes, fennel and reviving sweet wild orange to refresh you, soothe a sore head and bring you back to life.
Blended to ease the pangs of a hangover.
Just stick one in the shower, turn on the water and stand there – or sit if you can’t manage being vertical – getting drenched, until it all feels a bit better. Of course, you don’t have to have a hangover to use one.

$4.50

Smashbox Spring 2011- In Bloom

IN BLOOM EYE SHADOW PALETTE AND BRUSH
Ultra-pretty eye looks are just a few steps away with this spring-fresh palette of 10 soft shimmers and mattes.

$48.00

IN BLOOM CREAMY CHEEK DUO
The look of spring? A beautifully stained cheek resembling a natural flush. This lush cheek color is the fail-proof way to get it!

$26.00

IN BLOOM SOFT FOCUS POWDER EYE LINER
Create a soft, smoldering eye in seconds with this innovative loose-powder formula that never looks harsh.

$22.00

IN BLOOM LIMITLESS LONG WEAR LIP GLOSS
Our much-loved, long-wearing gloss now comes in 2 just-been-picked colors!

$21.00

IN BLOOM ARTIFICAL LIGHT POWDER
Inspired by our bestselling Artificial Light Luminizing Lotion, this soft, shimmery powder imparts a gorgeous glow.

Check out how to create a beautiful spring look with the new Smashbox In Bloom collection!


Sephora by OPI goes Gleek!

I am so excited for the new  Glee Sephora by OPI collection. On top of being a great nail polish I love their fun colors and the new line looks like it will not disappoint.

The new collection will include:

Miss Bossy Pants, a bright raspberry
Slushied, an opaque blue
Gleek Out, a glittery lime-green
Hell to the No, a bold purple
Diva-in-Training, a poppy-hued pink
Who Let the Dorks Out, a peacock-toned green
Mash-Up, a green-gray with a pearlescent finish

$10

The new collection will also have a mini set of six polishes for $22 that will include:
Miss Bossy Pants, a bright raspberry
Slushied, an opaque blue
Gleek Out, a glittery lime-green
Celibacy Club, a diamond top coat
Sue Vs Shue, a navy blue
Express Yourself to Yourself, a coral shimmer.

The new Sephora by OPI Glee collection will be launching soon in stores and online at Sephora. Stay tuned for more details.


DIY Facials from Fresh Home Magazine!

Take your skin from dry to dewy with these DIY facials from Fresh Home magazine. Harsh weather outside and dry heat indoors is enough to get even the most low maintenance complexion worked up. Each mask is made with easy-to-find ingredients. Carve out an hour, wrap yourself in some Jack Johnson jams and a soft terrycloth robe, and let the pampering begin.

Oil of Olé

This guac-inspired moisturizer is suitable for even sensitive skin.

Gather:

2 tablespoons of fresh avocado, mashed

1 teaspoon honey

1 teaspoon plain full-fat yogurt

½ teaspoon lemon juice

1. Combine ingredients in a bowl. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
2. While you’re waiting for the mixture to chill, clean your face with a soap-free cleansing wash. Make two mugs of green tea and put an ice cube or two in one of them.
3. Smear a thin layer of the chilled mask on your face, avoiding your eyes. Sit back, relax for 10 or 15 minutes, and sip the warm tea.
4. Rinse with lukewarm water. Slowly splash your face with the cooled tea, and then rinse with water again. Powerful antioxidants in tea help skin stay healthy.

Note: Don’t use black tea; it will stain your skin

Fruit Face

The fruit acids in this mask gently exfoliate, stripping away dry, dead skin cells to reveal a fresher complexion.

Gather:

1 ripe peach, peeled and pitted

1 teaspoon brandy

Sprinkle of cornstarch

1. Mash together the peach and brandy in a bowl. Add just enough cornstarch to make a paste.
2. Smooth over your face, steering clear of lips and eyes. Sit back and relax. Feel free to sip on any extra brandy.
3. Rinse with lukewarm water after 20 minutes. (Don’t leave the mask on any longer; it will irritate skin).

Bran Scruffin’

The bran and sugar in this scrub scour away dry skin, immediately improving your face’s appearance.

Gather:

1 tablespoon plain yogurt

1 teaspoon brewer’s yeast

1 teaspoon finely ground bran

1 teaspoon sugar

1. Thoroughly mix all ingredients.
2. Immediately massage the scrub into your skin with your fingertips before the sugar has a chance to dissolve.
3. Rinse with lukewarm water.

Check out other great DIY ideas from Fresh Home Mag here.