Sephora launches ‘Glee’ inspired nail polish!

Sephora recently announced that they would be producing a limited edition nail polish collection inspired by the TV show Glee.

According to WWD, the Sephora by OPI Glee collection will include seven shades available for individual sale: Slushied, an opaque blue; Hell to the No, a bold purple; Gleek Out, a glittery lime green; Diva-in-Training, a poppy pink; Who Let the Dorks Out, a peacock green; Miss Bossy Pants, a rich raspberry, and Mash-Up, a pearlescent green gray. Each polish will cost $9.50.

A mini set of six polishes (pictured above) will sell for $22 and include Miss Bossy Pants, Gleek Out and Slushied, along with three additional exclusive colors: Celibacy Club, a glimmering, diamond top coat; Express Yourself to Yourself, a shimmery coral shade, and Sue Vs Shue, a navy blue.

The collection will be available in stores and online in February and will even be featured on the Feb. 8 episode of Glee.

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I want these!! I love the purple and the blue! Oh and the coral – I want them all!!


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First Look at Paris Hilton’s newest fragrance collection

Paris just tweeted “First Look at my newest fragrance coming out soon. The Passport Collection by Paris Hilton”

What do you think of the new line?


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Philosophy Sweet on You

Philosophy Sweet on You
candy hearts shampoo, shower gel & bubble bath, body lotion and high-gloss, high-flavor lip shine

nothing says “be mine” or “i love you” like philosophy’s candy hearts gift set. sweet on you features candy hearts shampoo, shower gel & bubble bath 4 oz., body lotion 4 oz. and high-gloss, high-flavor lip shine .5 oz. these moisturizing formulas condition skin and leave lips with a smooth, beautiful shine, while the irresistibly sweet candy scent indulges the senses. it’s the sweetest gift you can give to the sweetheart in your life.

features & benefits
infused with a sweet candy hearts scent
moisturizing formulas leave skin hydrated and soft
emollient lip shine smoothes and softens lips

$25.


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Meth addicts using bath salts to get high?

What’s next? Who was the genius who discovered this!? According to NY Daily News, junkies are now using bath salts to extract dangerous chemicals all in the name of getting high.

Some say the effects of the powders are as powerful as abusing methamphetamine. Increasingly, law enforcement agents and poison control centers say the advertised bath salts with complex chemical names are an emerging menace in several U.S. states where authorities talk of banning their sale.

From the Deep South to California, emergency calls are being reported over-exposure to the stimulants the powders often contain: mephedrone and methylenedioxypyrovalerone, also known as MDPV.

Sold under such names as Ivory Wave, Bliss, White Lightning and Hurricane Charlie, the chemicals can cause hallucinations, paranoia, rapid heart rates and suicidal thoughts, authorities say. The chemicals are in products sold legally at convenience stores and on the Internet as bath salts and even plant foods. However, they aren’t necessarily being used for the purposes on the label.

Mississippi lawmakers this week began considering a proposal to ban the sale of the powders, and a similar step is being sought in Kentucky. In Louisiana, the bath salts were outlawed by an emergency order after the state’s poison center received more than 125 calls in the last three months of 2010 involving exposure to the chemicals.

The stimulants aren’t regulated by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, but are facing federal scrutiny. Law officers say some of the substances are being shipped from Europe, but origins are still unclear.


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