New! Degree Motion Sense

Degree asked me to try their new Degree Women motionSENSE™ before the big public launch.

So what is motionSENSE™? The new anti-perspirant & deodorant is different than anything you have ever tried. Other anti-perspirants and deodorants release fragrance upon contact with moisture, but the new breakthrough motionSENSE™ technology is activated by motion first and is proven to help you stay ahead of perspiration.

My first day trying this out was at our local Shamrock Run and it was amazing. Once we started moving the motionSENSE™ kicked in and released a soft fresh scent. I stayed dry and smelling great the whole race and past the beer tents!

I just started a new workout that has been kicking my butt and motionSENSE™ has been amazing. It keeps me feeling and smelling fresh all the way to my post workout shower. Degree motionSENSE™ is great for anyone who enjoys working out and ladies who will be getting active outdoors this Spring and Summer.

The perfect balance of keeping you fresh and dry without overpowering!

You can check out their Facebook page to learn more about this amazing product!

Disclosure: A complimentary sample was sent to me for an honest review.


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Your Perfect Scent

Your age is the most influential thing that shapes what scents you’re attracted to. Long gone are the days of a signature scent; some women change it up every few years, while others make a switch depending on their mood. Studies show that our sense of smell evolves over time, which affects our fragrance preferences. The editors of Women’s Health magazine help you find your perfect scent according to your age!

Late teens: Teens sport sweet scents to form their personal identity, define their territory and fit in socially. Try more grown-up sweet smells or, choose sophisticated sweet notes such as peach or grapefruit.

Twenties: The biggest reason twenty-something’s get their spray on is to feel more attractive to others. Experts say women in this age-group, who are typically taking home entry-level paychecks, are more drawn to luxury brands. Uplifting floral fragrances, such as jasmine, lily of the valley and magnolia top the list of favorites for women in this age bracket.

Thirties: At this age, a woman uses scents to feel sexy and secure—and if she’s coupled up, to tantalize her man. By the time a woman hits 30, she is more established in her career and relationship and is looking for a scent to reflect that. Look for a floral with a warm base note, such as musk, which will satisfy your need for a sexy scent.

Forties+: In their forties and fifties, women choose fragrances that please themselves. The olfactory system weakens with age, making it harder to detect subtle smells. Women in their forties love are more likely to wear strong grass or woody scents. Get your fix with a bold floral that contains crisp green notes, or go sultrier by opting for a woody base note like sandalwood.

For more beauty advice, check out WomensHealthMag.com or pickup the April issue of Women’s Health on newsstands now!


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Japan’s “greatest living artist” designs Juicy Tubes for Lancome!

She’s been called the Princess of Polka Dots, and indeed, over the course of her astounding 60-year career, Yayoi Kusama has blanketed canvases and soft sculptures with them; she’s splashed them floor-to-ceiling in her celebrated installations; she’s polka-dotted tree trunks (notably, at the 2006 Singapore Biennale)—and, during her legendary performance pieces, even people. Now, the avant-garde painter/sculptor/novelist and poet—widely acknowledged as Japan’s greatest living artist—has moved on to . . .lip gloss. In a limited-edition collaboration with Lancôme, Kusama has created six whimsical, polka dot–heavy designs for the brand’s beloved Juicy Tubes, in a new formula free of preservatives and rich in Hungarian honey and shea butter. $15 each, at Nordstrom.

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Britney Spears sued for $10 million over fragrance deal!

Britney Spears is being sued by a former business partner for breach of contract, fraud and deceit, according to RadarOnline.com.

Spears and her father, Jamie, are accused of cutting Brand Sense Partner, LLC. out of commission it’s owed on a perfume deal it brokered for the pop star with Elizabeth Arden. Brand Sense and Spears renegotiated their original 2003 deal last year but the brand marketing company is now claiming the new agreement violates the original.

In fact, they claim Spears and her father acted secretly to cut them out of the deal.

“Britney secretly made a separate deal with Elizabeth Arden in a sneaky underhanded effort to circumvent and evade its obligations to Brand Sense,” the suit states. “Effectively, Britney improperly and illegally cut Brand Sense out of the Elizabeth Arden deal.”

The company is seeking declaratory relief in excess of $10 million, as well as, compensatory and punitive damages.

No word yet on the suit from Spears’ camp.

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