Archive: Celebrity News

#1 Hair straightener in the hair industry used by celebrity Jennifer Aniston

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I used this flat iron, and it is AMAZING.  I’ve tried a lot of hair straighteners in my 31 years, and this is by far the best. My hair is thick, and naturally on the frizzy side.  When I used this product, my hair doesn’t even look the same!  The frizziness disappeared, and it looked beautiful and shiny! I will take this flat iron with me everywhere!  It’s a bit on the spendy side, but to be honest, I think it’s totally worth it!

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The Ionic Ceramic Professional Sedu Flat Iron smooths and tames frizzy or unmanageable hair for long-lasting results.

Featuring patented ultra smooth ceramic plates or tourmaline plates, the very popular number one Sedu hair straightener guarantees smooth hair without hair pulling, snagging or breaking!

Rated the “Best Hair Straightener on the market” thanks to its innovative ionic function, the Sedu Flat Iron cuts your hair straightening time in half, plus it is also preferred by most of the top Professional hair stylists around the world!

Using patented ultra smooth ceramic / tourmaline plates (1 inch & 1.5 inch plate width) to straighten, smooth and tame frizzy or rebellious hair for very long lasting results.

Flat irons are fast becoming the hot tool of choice for sedu short hairstyles, proms, weddings or for that person looking for the Jennifer Aniston or Jennifer Lopez look.

Whether you have medium length, shoulder length or short hair, any one of the Sedu models should work well for you. Finding quality websites isn’t as easy as it sounds.

Product features:

  • Exclusive patented heating plates ensure that your hair will stay silky smooth for days, even in humid weather!
  • Patented ultra-smooth plates guarantee smooth straightening motion without pulling or breakage of hair.
  • Hair becomes up to 3 times smoother and silkier than when using ordinary ceramic straighteners.
  • True ceramic/Tourmaline plates generate 6 times more negative ion than regular ceramic straighteners.
  • Cut your hair straightening time in half thanks to higher concentration of negative ions.
  • Negative ions renew hair with softness and shine. Eliminate frizz.
  • Infra-Red Heat technology seals the hair’s moisture and luster
  • Ultra-light weight: the body is made of light-weight, high-strength composite materials that are commonly used in aerospace industry.
  • Faster heat-up time than conventional coil flat irons. The Sedu will rise to the desired temperature in less than 25 seconds from being turned on.
  • Adjustable temperature: 240 oF~410oF (120oC – 200oC) for all hair types. For normal hair, temperature setting at 370-390oF is recommended; for bleached, fragile, damaged and fine hair, the lower setting is advised; for coarse, thick, ethnic and resistant hair in healthy condition, maximum heat on high setting is used to save time and effort.
  • Ergonomic design gives greater control and is easier to handle.
  • 1.5 inch plate width for faster results.
  • Safety IDCI plug to prevent electrical shocks.
  • 9 feet strengthened professional cord.
  • Voltage: 110-120V 50/60Hz, plug type: A

MSRP $209.00 – But buy it now for $119!  More info here!

Get the look! Julia Roberts

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Julia Roberts looked fresh faced and beautiful on Allure’s March cover.  Her look is  perfect for spring and lucky for us Allure has laid out what you need to recreate this look for yourself.

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Shopping List:

Almay Intense i-Color Powder Shadow in Trio for Browns

Almay Intense i-Color Eyeliner in Purple Amethyst

Almay Smart Shade Blush in Pink/Rose

Almay Hydracolor Lipstick in Flushed

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Mary Kate Olsen: Hit or Miss?

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The star makes a dramatic appearance at the Metropolitan Opera’s 125th Anniversary Gala in a plunging black Yves Saint Laurent dress, red lips and a cascade of blonde curls.

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Is Rihanna hurting Covergirl?

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From TMZ:

Revlon has secretly hired a huge polling company to find out if Rihanna is hurting its competitor, Covergirl.

An online survey is circulating by the folks over at Harris Interactive. The survey — which TMZ learned was commissioned by Revlon — features a Covergirl commercial for mascara. It then questions people if they are aware of the person in the commercial (without saying Rihanna’s name), if they’ve heard about her in the news lately, if they have an opinion about the person and if they feel the person is “an appropriate spokesperson” for the product.

The obvious implication here — are women pissed off that Rihanna got back with Chris Brown and therefore would be less likely to buy Covergirl products?

It was confirmed with Harris Interactive that the poll is a “proprietary study by Revlon” — translation: no one was supposed to know Revlon was doing recon on its competitor.