New Cherry perfume

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Cherry
New from Masaki Matsushima “Cherry” .Cherry blossom season is an important and symbolic time of year in Japan. It marks the end of winter and the rebirth of nature with deep philosophical meanings: The cherry blossom (sakura) represents absolute beauty and is a reminder of the ephemeral nature of life, and the cherry fruit is a symbol of harmony. It’s only natural that Japanese designer Masaki Matsushima captured this facet of his country’s culture and rendered it in a conceptual perfume.

It is quite a challenge to create a feminine fragrance that is based on the cherry without it falling into the category of edible scents used in liquors or candies. Jean Jacques, Masaki’s “nose,” managed this subtle combination of the mat; base with a cherry top and blossom heart. $32.50-$60

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Do you have the right hair brush?

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Experts say one of the keys to great hair is the hair brush. The higher quality your hairbrush, the healthier your hair. We’ve found the best brushes have rubber bases with boar’s head bristles. These allow bristles to flex, cutting down on the damage to your hair. 

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The most popular nail polish?

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There is one nail color out there that is famous for it’s perfect color. Perhaps the most popular — & most universally beloved — nail polish color is OPI’s “I’m not really a waitress”. You, too, can have it for only $6.

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Origins Checks and Balances frothy face wash.

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When it comes to faces with dry and oily places, it takes a clever cleanser to balance the two. This gentle, frothy face wash carefully does both jobs without canceling each other out.

Konjac Powder seeks out oil, soaks it up then keeps it well in-check, while Wheat Protein balances and protects dry prone zones. And Broadleaf Kelp breaks down dirt, disperses sebum and sends dullness down the drain.

There’s also aromatic Bergamot, Spearmint and Lavender to add pleasure to the process. Skin feels comfortably refreshed after cleansing, never tight, pulled or parched.

 This face wash sounds so refreshing with the frothy and the great aromatic scents. $17.50

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