What it is:
A four-piece kit that contains products to help you scrub, luminize, and glow your way to beautiful skin.
What it does:
This kit that includes a luminizing body shimmer, pearl body bronzing butter, detoxifying scrub, and hydrating lip quencher features coconut, the mother of all superfoods, in combination with sea minerals and tropical phytonutrients. Crushed pearls and mineral color add radiance and infuse your skin with a beautiful island glow.
This set contains:
- 2 oz Coconut Crushed Pearl Luminizing Body Butter
- 2 oz Coconut Crushed Pearl Bronzing Body Butter
- 3 oz Kona Coffee and Sugar Whole Body Scrub
- 0.25 oz Coconut Pearls Luminizing Lip Quench
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
- Synthetic Dyes
What else you need to know:
Pacifica skin products are cruelty-free and made in the U.S. without propylene glycol, benzene, mineral oil, and peanut oil.
She’s got natural beauty like no other, and Christina Hendricks glams up the cover of the August 2011 issue of Lucky magazine.
The curvaceous “Mad Men” actress looks stunning on the publication’s front page, also interviewing about her fashionable tastes and dyeing her coif red at the young age of 10.
Highlights from Miss Hendricks’ Lucky magazine chat are as follows:
On dressing her busty figure: “I have to be careful about my proportions and keep it simple,” says Hendricks. “What works for me is structure and something that shows my waist.”
On her least favorite outfit: “It’s really hard to find a bathing suit if you have breasts,” she says. “You either get smooshed down or there’s no support. My husband and I have sketched out designs.”
On why she opted to dye her hair at age 10: “I was obsessed with Anne of Green Gables, so I wanted red hair,” she says. “My mom said, ‘I’ll throw a rinse on it.’”
Carol’s Daughter Returns to New Orleans for July 4th Weekend with Exclusive
Mary J. Blige Fragrance Preview and More
The Company’s French Quarter Boutique Celebrates its 8th Year in New Orleans
WHAT: From July 1st through the 3rd, natural beauty company Carol’s Daughter will open its doors for the 8th time with a weekend-only boutique in New Orleans. Founder Lisa Price began mixing her signature products at home for friends in the early Nineties, and has since developed her small business into a nationally celebrated brand. Representing beauty by nature in its truest form, the shop will feature the first preview of Mary J. Blige’s newest fragrance, My Life Blossom, as well as an introduction to the newest faces of Carol’s Daughter – Solange Knowles, Cassie and Selita Ebanks. Committed to New Orleans’ continued growth, Carol’s Daughter will give back to the community with an annual shopping fundraiser to benefit New Orleans Saturday Music School on June 30th. Throughout the weekend customers of the boutique will have access to meet and greets with founder Lisa Price, Mary J. Blige, Trey Songz, Chris Paul, Selita Ebanks, Jennifer Hudson and more.
WHEN: Friday, July 1st – Sunday, July 3rd from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. Meet and greet schedule follows:
· TBD – Jennifer Hudson
· 11:00am – The Braxton Sisters
· 2:30pm – Parade
· 3:00pm – Mary J. Blige
· 1:00pm – Selita Ebanks
· 1:30pm – Trey Songz
WHERE: The Carol’s Daughter Boutique is located in the La Belle Galerie space at 309 Chartres Street in New Orleans’ historic French Quarter.
ABOUT CAROL’S DAUGHTER: Founded in 1993, Carol’s Daughter is is a complete line of hair and body care products made with love and natural ingredients. Founder, Lisa Price began the company by mixing up her products in her Brooklyn kitchen and today Carol’s Daughter can be found in Carol’s Daughter retail stores across the United States, CarolsDaughter.com, Sephora, Macy’s, Dillard’s and on the Home Shopping Network. For more information visit www.carolsdaughter.com or friend us on Facebook.
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