Lauren Conrad’s $11 hair secret!

Lauren has always had beautiful hair, I was excited to find this tip on her favorite leave in. I just ordered a bottle, can’t wait to find out how well it works.

Healthy Sexy Hair Leave-In Conditioner
“If this leave-in conditioner ($11; drugstore.com) ever gets discontinued, I’ll have to quit doing hair!” says hairstylist Kristin Ess, who uses the product on Lauren Conrad. “The product completely changes hair in just a few pumps by creating perfect, weightless shine and restores the pH balance. Plus, it just smells epic.”

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Photo: LaurenConrad.com


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Get Organized with the Simplicity Project!


Are there myriads of beauty products overflowing your bathroom? Is there a ‘junk drawer’ you can’t even begin to organize? Does the simple thought of the papers on your desk stress you out? Schick Intuition is here to help! With the launch of Simplicity Project, the brand provides professional advice from Organizational Expert Jill Pollack on easy ways to keep things simple in just a few short steps! Just visit www.Facebook.com/SchickInutition for more!

Jill says:

  • “Designate a drawer or shelf as a home for purses and wallets, cell phones and chargers, sunglasses and loose change.”
  • “Categorize and store like items / like uses together; Hats, Gloves, Scarves, Cooler, Blankets.”
  • “Get belongings ready the night before for quick and easy access in the morning. Try placing items by the door to shorten and simplify your routine.”
  • “Make sure to schedule time for yourself that is nonnegotiable. A Skype chat with an old friend, a yoga class, a massage.”

To simplify your beauty routine, Jill recommends using Schick Intuition,  the only razor with a skin conditioning solid surrounding surrounding four ultra-thin blades to achieve the closest shave possible. Schick Intuition offers women the ultimate multi-purpose beauty accessory in one easy product, available now in three new, limited edition handles!

For additional simplicity tips from Jill visit Schick Intuition on Facebook and click the ‘Simplify and Save’ tab. There you have the opportunity to take our Simplicity Personality quiz and receive up to $4 off Schick Intuition products!


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Spring Color of the Week: Granny Smith!


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Jessica Alba opens up about being “objectified” as an actress in the new Marie Claire

Jessica Alba lands the June cover of Marie Claire. I think the cover and inside photo are both beautiful! She looks great.

In the interview, Jessica opens up about how awful it is to be considered “sexy” (poor thing), and how that made her feel objectified.

On being typecast as sexy: “I had a show [Fox’s ‘Dark Angel’] that premiered when I was 19. And right away, everyone formed a strong opinion about me because of the way I was marketed. I was supposed to be sexy, this tough action girl. That’s what people expected…I felt like I was being objectified, and it made me uncomfortable. I wanted to be chic and elegant!”

On gaining confidence: “Now that I’m older, I’ve learned how to own it, but I’m still not very overt. There are some women who dress for men. I dress for myself. It took me some time to get here. Being a mom and feeling grown-up have helped. Now if I’m going to wear something short, it has to have a high neck or a little sci-fi toughness to it, an edge.”

On her former sexy image: “I like to get positive attention. But if I have a choice between someone noticing in a negative way what I’m wearing and going, What was she thinking? or someone not noticing what I’m wearing, I would rather not make a statement at all and just have a good conversation instead.”

Thing that also must be tough for Alba is she’s actually a pretty horrible actress. If she were hot AND a good actress, that would be something. But she’s really not – so she gets all the stupid “hot girl” roles smarter actresses might steer away from. So maybe now is a good time to focus on her The Honest Company, and skip acting for a bit.

From what I hear – her company is doing really amazing things!


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