Cheryl Burke’s Secret for Smooth, Sexy Skin!

As I am sure you know, it’s time for another season of Dancing with the Stars! We are thrilled that our Veet ambassador Cheryl Burke will be heating up the dance floor with People en Español’s Sexiest Man Alive, William Levy! Cheryl is a huge fan of Veet to keep her smooth and sexy all season long.

She relies on the new Veet High Precision Facial Wax to tame her eyebrows and just before the big announcement on Tuesday, Cheryl shared her beauty secret for smooth legs – “My busy schedule doesn’t leave much time to worry about shaving, so I rely on products that give me long-lasting results. My go-to is Veet® In-Shower Gel Cream. It only takes a few minutes, but the results last up to twice as long as shaving!”


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In This Spring: Bolds and Brights from BITE Beauty

Adding to the best-selling High Pigment Pencil category, BITE Beauty debuts five brand NEW bold colors inspired by the trends seen at September’s Fashion Week. Spring is finally upon us, so embrace the statement lip with these chubby crayons that deliver powerful antioxidants and rich pigmentation with every swipe.

These pencils reduce fine lines and wrinkles with the antioxidant equivalent of 5 glasses of red wine while all-natural food-grade ingredients are good enough to eat!

These modern shades can be worn alone or under your favorite lipstick or gloss. NO sharpener needed – these twist-ups make application a snap.


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Get The Look: Reese Witherspoon at the 2012 International Women’s Day

Makeup artist Mai Quynh created Reese’s beautiful look for the International Women’s Day in Washington DC. Mai used products from both Avon and mark to create her look

Mai put the focus on Reese’s eyes, layering a shimmering gold shadow over a soft blend of neutral-colored shadows. Mai then upped the drama by using a dark eyeshadow as liner and a few swipes of black mascara on lashes. For the finishing touches, Mai applied a soft rose cream blush on Reese’s cheeks and a nude-colored lipstick to enhance Reese’s natural glow.

Copy her look using the products listed below!

mark Metallic Eye Shadow in Goldi Luxe ($6.00)
mark Eye Shadow in Tiki ($6.00)
mark Eye Shadow in Java ($6.00)
Avon SuperExtend Extreme Mascara ($9.00)

Shine Attract Lipstick in Nude Love ($9.00)

Avon True Color Blush in Earthen Rose ($8.00)

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Kim Kardashian models new Kardashian Kollection Hats and Jewelry!

Kim Kardashian just posted this picture on her Facebook page, showing herself modeling the Kardasian Kollection’s new hat and accessories line. What do you think of these new pieces?

In other Kim news… Kim and ex-husband Kris Humphries received over $100,000 in wedding presents when they were married in August. When their marriage fizzled after only 72 days, many might wonder about all those gifts they received. What’s the right thing to do? Keep them? Return them? Kim decided to keep the gifts, but donate all the money that was spent on her to a charity she’s passionate about.

Kim Kardashian is making lemonade out of lemons. The reality star, 31, and husband Kris Humphries received about $100,000 worth of wedding gifts back in August, but they famously called it quits after just 72 days, with Kardashian filing for divorce Oct. 31.

But Kardashian wrote all of her wedding guests a thank-you note. As obtained by TMZ, the letter reads “I would like to thank you for your generous and thoughtful wedding gift. It has taken me some time to pull everything together but I wanted to let you know that the money for every gift received by me at my wedding has been donated to the Dream Foundation.”

A source confirms to Us that Kardashian wrote a check to the Dream Foundation worth double the value of her expensive gifts. (While Kardashian and Humphries, 26, kept the actual gifts, the source explains that the Dream Foundation, like most charities, could make far better use of the money versus high-priced vases and blenders.)

Similar to the Make-a-Wish Foundation, the Dream Foundation, founded in 1993, is a “wish-granting organization” for adults (from paying bills to creating happy memories to providing emotional support) with life-threatening illnesses.

“Our dreamers have received a life expectancy of one year or less, and lack the resources to achieve their dreams on their own,” the charity’s website explains. “While we cannot cure their diseases, we can dramatically impact the quality of their fragile lives with the joy experienced from a dream come true.”

At least one good thing came out of their disastrous wedding!


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