Skip the Salon and Trim at Home with BANGO by PRO Beauty Tools.

Now You Can Get Flawless Bangs In No Time At All With Bango® by PRO Beauty Tools®

Save On Salon Visits and Utilize A Professional Stylist’s Expertise With This Incredible Home Hair Cutting Tool

Bangs are one of the hottest trends this year but it comes at a costly price. Constantly maintaining your flirty fringe with frequent visits to the hair salon puts a burden on your expenses and time. Introducing Bango® by PRO Beauty Tools®, an at-home trimming tool that will make cutting and styling your bangs quick, easy, and mistake-proof! Bango® helps people trim the parts of their hair that often grow out faster than their entire haircut—bangs, split-ends and top-layers! It is also great for men’s hair and maintaining children’s bangs, which can often be a difficult task. For just $19.99 you can skip the salon and become your own speedy stylist by using the Bango® kit which includes a Bango®, a 6” pair of precision shears, 2 sectioning clips, a comb and an instructional DVD.

The patented design of the Bango® was created by Trey Burnette, celebrity stylist, who has teamed up with PRO Beauty Tools® to bring this fool-proof tool to consumers everywhere. Trey works at the prestigious Román Salon, nestled in the heart of West Hollywood, where his talents have allowed him to work with Hollywood celebrities, European Royalty, top fashion magazine editors and people that just want to look fabulous. He invented Bango® after noticing his clients would trim (and mess-up) their own bangs between haircut appointments. The tool is calibrated with a three comb tension that holds hair in place as tightly as a stylist would. It has straight and arched cutting edges with teeth that work to create numerous bangs styles including: blunt bangs, textured bangs, side bangs, top-layer trims, short hair, men’s bangs and children’s bangs.

This ingenious tool allows you to cut bangs a little bit at a time to keep you from accidentally cutting them too short. It also helps you from cutting bangs crooked since you can line up the Bango® easily while you cut. It is convenient, easy-to-use, and will save you time and money.


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New! Bed Head® Curlipops™

The new Bed Head® Curlipops™ curling irons are sure to satisfy your cravings without the calories. TheCurlipops™ line is comprised of three specialty curling irons with unique barrel shapes that create fun texture, loose curls, and waves. Each iron features Tourmaline Ceramic Technology, a clamp-free wrap and go design, high heat, and a heat protective styling glove for easy styling. The eye-catching swirl lollipop shaped packaging design coupled with the vibrant colored product is sure to put your hair on a sugar high.

The Bed Head® Curlipops line includes:

1” Tourmaline Ceramic Reverse Conical Styling Iron (BH311) – $29.99 MSRP
Create tight curls at the roots and looser curls towards the bottom as seen on the latest fashion scene. This 1” reverse conical styling iron comes in a blue raspberry color and is sure to leave your hair full of delectable texture.

1” Tourmaline Ceramic Hourglass Styling Iron (BH312) – $29.99 MSRP
Can’t decide if you want tight or loose curls? Have them both. This 1” candy apple red hourglass styling iron creates loose curls at the ends and tight curls in the middle. The result is volume that just won’t quit.

1” Tourmaline Ceramic Styling Iron (BH312) – $29.99 MSRP
Creating loose curls and waves is now easier than ever. This 1” styling iron comes in a tangerine color and is sure to leave your hair with sweet shine and amazing body.

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Katy Perry transforms into a mermaid for ghd Air!

Here’s Katy Perry’s latest ghd shoot, to launch their first hair dryer ghd Air. She said of the mermaid-style shoot: “It was fun – I got to have purple hair which foreshadowed the real purple hair I had last fall”.

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Chelsea Tyler dishes to Page Six, about being a dirty, broke college kid and her famous dad’s drug issues.

PAGE SIX MAGAZINE: STEVEN TYLER’S LITTLEST GIRL IS ALL GROWN UP AND READY TO ROCK

In the March 8 issue of Page Six Magazine – free inside the New York Post – Aerosmith star Steven Tyler’s youngest daughter Chelsea reveals all about life with a drug-addicted parent who she looks just like. Now a model and burgeoning singer herself, she reflects on her childhood to writer Annie Karni…

On her distinctive and highly recognizable looks:
“People stop me out of the blue a lot. That’s pretty much all I ever get: ‘You look exactly like Steven Tyler….Growing up, I would lie a lot if people asked me if I’m related to Steven Tyler. I avoided it hard for a while, because I wanted to badly experience developing without that. But I’ve embraced it now.”

On growing up in a rock ’n’ roll household:
“Being around my dad made me develop a resentment toward the entertainment industry. I was resentful of the industry for stealing my dad away from me, for making me feel like I couldn’t just have a regular little kid life.”

On making it on her own:
“I think it’s really important to have a job. I’m not even close to some sort of trust fund kid. When it comes to that stuff, we’re very much on our own. I’m lucky in my life to have certain things, but I lived as a broke, dirty college kid for four years.”

On Steven Tyler’s American Idol gig:
“I was definitely pushing toward a no when he got the offer. I thought it was a little cheesy, and I didn’t know what he was going to do with it…I didn’t realize the heart he was going to put into it. That’s really him, and I have a tendency to want to keep him private. It’s daunting to share him like that, but you realize how much good he’s doing and how much he loves his fans.”

On her dad’s drug problems:
“It’s one thing to hear that drugs are bad and consume your life. When you experience the level to which it can demonize someone, and that person is your parent, it instills a truth about it in you that it’s not really worth it.”

Check out the entire interview with Chelsea Tyler in Thursday’s Page Six Magazine, free inside the New York Post and at nypost.com/pagesixmag.

 


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