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She will forever be my Noxema girl!


Rebecca Gayheart attending the opening of the Monique Lhuillier Salon in Los Angeles on October 10Th. I can’t look at Rebecca and not think of her old Noxema commercials. I used to love Noxema and it’s minty fresh feeling, I tried it again recently though and it made my face feel oily when I was done washing. So I wondered how many girls or guys grew up using Noxema and who still uses it?


Noxzema Original

Deep cleans. Dissolves oils. Won’t over-dry.

Noxzema Original…That Noxzema Deep Clean You Can Feel.

For clean, healthy-looking skin, use Noxzema every time you wash.. You can feel Noxzema working as it deep cleans to remove dirt, oil and make-up without over-drying. The water-based formula with camphor, menthol and eucalyptus tingles and refreshes skin, leaving it feeling clean, soft and smooth. Beyond daily cleansing, try Noxzema to cool overheated skin.

$4.39 BUY IT HERE.


Fall’s Trendiest Nail Colors!


Dark colors are going to be huge this fall – I’ve been seeing them on celebrities right and left! Sarah Michelle Gellar showed up at Self Magazine Gala on October 4th, with some beautiful navy blue nails!  What do you guys think?  Would you try it?


Try OPI’s Russian Navy – which is part of their new great line, “Russian Collection“.

Go HERE to find where they sell OPI nail polish in your area!

Steal This Look: Kirsten Dunst

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Here is Kirsten Dunst at last night’s Glamour Reel Moments party in Los Angeles.  I love the purple eyeshadow!  I think it looks totally cute under her eyes like that.  It really makes her blue eyes pop! I might have to try that myself.  I found some great purple shades on MAC – and thought I would share!


Like those shades?  Buy it here! $14.00

How the stars fake perfect skin: Neutralize redness!


Mask broken capillaries and red patches with a heavily pigmented camouflage cream. “Pick one with a yellow base to counteract the red,” Quynh tells Us. Adds Molly Sims’ makeup pro Monika Blunder, “Dot a tiny amount onto skin and use the tip of a concealer brush to cover small areas like capillaries.” For larger areas of redness, gently pat (don’t rub) it into skin with fingers.