Archive: Beauty News

Kim Kardashian at FusionBeauty ColorCeuticals Launch

Kim Kardashian was spotted in Toronto at Shopper’s Drug Mart in Sherway Gardens yesterday. Kim was there to celebrate the launch of the Objects of Desire holiday collection- a collection of four new LipFusion plumpers in shimmery shades perfect for the holiday season (in stores November) as well as to continue to promote one of her favorite products from the brand, IllumiFill.



New LipFusion Colors, Shimmery Spray Powder and Infatuation Mini Set Packaged in Collectable Vintage-Inspired Designs

FusionBeauty® Colorceuticals® introduces their limited edition “Objects of Desire” Holiday Collection inspired by the glam and sophistication of the holiday season. The collection features all new FusionBeauty products including LipFusion Holiday Capsule Collection, FusionBeauty’s Virtual Powder, and InFatuation™ Holiday Mini Set packaged in sexy, vintage-inspired metallic floral motif designs that is sure to bring joy, glitz and glam to everyone on your gift list.

* LipFusion™ Holiday Capsule Collection is the gift that gives back! Four brand new LipFusion Color Shine shades include Show Off!, a dazzling plum, 24K, a golden peach, Rhinestone, an iridescent pink, and Posh, a glistening fuchsia, all with a shimmer finish to make lips sparkle for the holiday season. In addition to the gorgeous new shades, the Holiday Capsule Collection benefits FusionBeauty’s “Kiss Away Poverty” Campaign where $1 from every sale of LipFusion is donated to the Seven Bar Foundation to help women get out of poverty. $29USD/$31CND.

* FusionBeauty’s Virtual Perfecting Powder is an innovative spray finishing powder with anti-aging properties offering immediate radiance for a long-term more youthful appearance, packaged in a beautiful vintage-inspired glass perfume atomizer bottle. Virtual Perfecting Powder contains Granactive Powder-168 which stimulates collagen growth and cellular turnover to improve the skin’s appearance. The loose powder comes in two shades: Perfector, which offers a translucent matte air-brushed glow and Opulent, which gives a shimmer finish, both perfect for a subtle hint or all-over glow for one’s face and décolleté. $29USD/$31CND

* LipFusion InFatuation™ Holiday Mini Set is a collection of four mini InFatuation lip plumping glosses formulated with FusionBeauty’s revolutionary Amplifat™ technology and packed with marine collagen filling spheres for maximum plumping power immediately and over time for perfectly kissable, mistletoe-ready lips. The set consists of InFatuation’s top selling shades including Angelic, a shimmery golden pink, Screen Siren, a hot sexy red, First Crush, an antique mauve, and brand new limited edition Lollipop, a fun fuchsia pink. $29USD/$31CND (Valued at $53)

FusionBeauty’s Objects of Desire Holiday Collection is available in October 2010 at Sephora, Ulta and other prestige retailers nationwide.

5 Things Your Hair Stylist Won’t Tell You

Cosmopolitan leaks 5 secrets your hair stylist won’t tell you.

When a hair dresser can magically transform our hair from frizzy to fabulous in under an hour, we’re pretty prone to listen to whatever they say. But what are they not saying? We had hair experts tell us the top five need-to-know tips that your hair stylist isn’t telling you.

1. You don’t need to get highlights every time you get your hair done.
The reality is if your hair has been highlighted every time its been colored, the chances of overlapping and over processing are greater than not. Try breaking your base instead of highlights when it’s time for your color touch ups. That way, you’ll give your hair a small break while saving money and looking color fresh.

2. Skipping conditioning treatments at the salon is totally fine.
Conditioning treatments aren’t bad, especially on damaged hair, however, over conditioning with expensive treatments can sometimes leave you with a big bill at check out time. Try requesting the moisturizing conditioners that are complimentary with your shampoo and ask to be sit under the dryer for 5 to 10 minutes. Compare to see if there’s a real difference in the way your hair feels after.

3. It’s OK to mix expensive and cheapo products.
Just because you love a high-end shampoo with a double-digit price tag doesn’t mean you have to use the same brand of conditioner, hairspray, serum, etc. Your stylist might try to push the whole line on you, saying they work best together, but it’s totally fine to save cash by splurging on one haircare item and hitting the drugstore for the rest.

4. Your hair won’t grow faster if you trim it.
But the truth is your hair won’t look as good as you’re growing it out if you let too much time lapse between cuts. So just be sure to tell your stylist you want it to grow longer — that way she can trim only a little bit to keep it healthy, but she’ll know to preserve as much of the length as possible.

5. You don’t have to shampoo your hair every day if it’s curly or wavy.
The “wash and wear” haircut and the daily shampoo are really only needed if you have really fine hair. If your hair is wavy or curly, it tends to be a little drier, so you really shouldn’t shampoo every day.


Sources: Got2b celebrity hair stylist Larry Sims and Redken hairstylist Rodney Cutler.

Q: What’s better than makeup?

A: Free Makeup!

I was just introduced to Kristen from Free Beauty Events, a great website that helps you locate free events in your area. Check out her site and see what’s happening near you and enter to win some great prizes!

Free Beauty Events is a website dedicated to connecting people with information on free makeovers, beauty product samples, and giveaways at retail and spa locations across the country. Consumers can enter their zip code to see what’s going on in their area, and follow Free Beauty Events on Facebook and Twitter. This site also hosts a contest each month to win a beauty-product prize. A blog section with product reviews encourages interaction between those who share a love for beauty products.

This month, for example, Prestige Cosmetics will be at college bookstores in Pennsylvania and Virginia with a free basket raffle for Prestige products, as well as free makeovers. In addition, in December Coty will be promoting their holiday fragrance gift sets at Rite Aid in New York and Pennsylvania. All this information is available for FREE on a new website where spas and retailers can promote their events.

Beauty Addicts can visit and enter their zip code to find out what makeover, gift with purchase, spa open houses and sampling events are happening near their home and can sign up to follow the site on Facebook and Twitter. In addition to listing in-store makeovers, also features a blog on product reviews ( and a monthly contest

For the month of October ten winners will receive a University Medical AcneFree Sport Clear 2-Go Skin System. Consumers have until 10/31 to enter and winners will be chosen on 11/5/2010.

Revlon helps support the fight against Breast Cancer

Revlon® Super Lustrous Lipgloss in Pink Pursuit
Supporting the Fight against Breast Cancer

Revlon continues the quest to change the face of cancer with Revlon Super Lustrous Lipgloss in Pink Pursuit.

In partnership with the Entertainment Industry Foundation™, Revlon® will donate proceeds* to fund breast cancer research around the country.

10% of sales of Pink Pursuit will be donated to the fight against breast cancer**. The Pink Pursuit lipgloss will bear the Breast Cancer Ribbon to distinguish from existing shades.

To date, The EIF Revlon® Run/Walk For Women has distributed over $60 million for Women’s Cancer research, education and support programs.

Super Lustrous® Lipgloss – High-gloss Shine, Silky-smooth Feel

1 existing shade: Pink Pursuit
SPF 15 protection and moisturizing care
• Exclusive LiquiSilk® formula with silk-enriched moisturizers and vitamins for intense moisture and an ultra-smooth feel
• Light-reflecting spheres create the ultimate shine
• Sheer, buildable coverage, doesn’t drag on application, non-sticky
• Wear alone or together to add depth and shine and extend the wear of
your Super Lustrous® Lipstick

Suggested retail price: $6.99
Availability: Drug and mass retailers nationwide