End polish mishaps with Liquid Palisades!

 

I love to paint my nails but I am so messy Liquid Palisade is exactly what I never knew I needed. I love how easy it makes it to have a great at home manicure without the mess. I have started experimenting with some nail art and its so fun! It peels off so easy and makes a great manicure or fun designs a snap.

 

Kiesque’s Liquid Palisade is like painter’s tape for nails! You simply brush it on – and it provides a protective barrier that covers the cuticles during nail polish application. It keeps the cuticle and skin free of nail polish color for the perfect manicure (or pedicure.) Liquid Palisade dries very quickly, before you polish, and then peels off easily and guarantees a perfect color line.

What it is:
A liquid, paint-on barrier that covers and protects fingernail cuticles from polish mis-haps. (You peel off after you polish!)

What is it formulated to do:
Liquid Palisade provides an easy-to-apply protective barrier that covers the cuticles during nail polish application. It keeps the cuticle free of nail polish color. It dries quickly before you polish, peels off easily after you polish, and guarantees a perfect color line around cuticle after each use.

What else you need to know:
Liquid Palisade also creates the perfect French Manicure or custom nail art design. Apply Liquid Palisade to nail where you do NOT want polish. Apply polish as usual. Peel off Liquid Palisade revealing desired french-tip or nail art pattern.

$22.00 at www.liquidpalisade.com


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Zooey Deschanel’s Beauty Secrets.

Zooey Deschanel moved from indie-film It girl and folk musician to mainstream TV star this year with her hit show The New Girl—but that doesn’t mean she’s put down her ukulele or quit being so gosh-darn quirky. Deschanel showed off her gorgeously offbeat side on our February cover, and told Allure all about her surprisingly balanced beauty regimen.

Her oh-so-pure skin treatment. “I use an organic cleansing oil by Laventine, and John Masters Organics makes a nice pomegranate [facial] oil as well.”

Her less-is-more makeup strategy. “I don’t wear a ton of makeup, but Rimmel has a really good liquid eyeliner.”

Her shiny hair secret. “Oribe shampoo and conditioner.”

How she stays healthy inside—and out. “I tried to be vegetarian while dealing with a lot of food allergies, and it was impossible. So I do eat meat, vegetables, and rice… very balanced.”

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Nicole Scherzinger Tweets makeup-free picture!

33-year-old Nicole Scherzinger Tweeted this picture of herself posing in nothing but a couple towels.

She wrote  ‘Uhh…Does anyone know how to work this twisty towel thing? Haha!’

Perhaps her flawless skin is down to the spa treatments she enjoyed during her time at Punta de Mita’s Imanta resort.

She treated fans to titbits from her break via Twitter, sharing pictures of whale watching, boat trips, and horse riding on the beach.

There’s no doubt she was in need of a getaway, as her first season as a judge on X Factor US left her drained and in doubt as to which cirection to take her career next.

In a revealing interview the star said she has not been able to release a new album because of her commitments as an X Factor judge, and that she wants to focus more on her day job as a performer.

The former Pussycat Doll told RadarOnline: ‘Next year for me, it’s about my music.This has been quite a learning experience, quite a journey for me.’

‘I didn’t expect to have been so emotional through the whole elimination process. I wanted to just mentor and empower artists.’

I didn’t watch X Factor when it was on, I’m sorta getting tired of competition shows. It’s just too much for me. Did you watch?

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Axe Body Spray Launches Women’s Line Called Lynx – Will you buy?

The makers behind Axe Body spray is launching a line of fragrance for women.

The British brand has been around since 1985, and it’s ads showing beautiful women all over the men who wear Axe, are well known.

Over the years commercials showing nerds, unattractive, otherwise boring men, ending up with gorgeous model-type women. And all they had to do was use Axe body spray!!

While the ads drew criticism for their portrayal of women, you can’t argue the fact that they were successful! After almost thirty years of concentrating on men, the brand has decide to branch out into the female market.

The new fragrance, called ‘Lynx Attract’ in a “For Him” and “For Her” line will hit the shelves soon.

The launch will be accompanied by a typically racy advert – showing men and women causing chaos because they are so attracted to each other.

In previous ads, a campaign in 2004 showed how the scent gave a geeky man the confidence to dance and attract women.

This was followed by more provocative marketing – which suggested Lynx ‘turned nice girls naughty’.

Selina Sykes, Lynx Marketing Manager at Unilever UK, said: ‘This is a historic moment for Lynx as a brand.

‘For the first time in our 27 year history we are launching a male and female fragrance at the same time.’

Lynx claims ‘Attract For Him’ will drive the girls crazy with its sensual fruity and woody notes.

Meanwhile, the firm says: ‘Attract For Her perfectly complements the male scent and will drive the guys wild with its fruity, floral and woody fragrance.

‘A vibrant colourful mixture of succulent fruit creates an enticing fusion while floral notes leave a feminine accord.
‘Bottom notes of wood, musk and vanilla give the fragrance a sheer creaminess.’

The male version is described as ‘top notes of Pomegranate, apple and blueberry create a fresh scent while mid notes of violet, sage and lavender add a sharp crispness.’

My question is – would you try a Lynx body spray? Does your man use Axe? If so – what do you think about it?

Here are some promo pics from Lynx’s Facebook page.


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