I visited Sephora this week for my Insider birthday gift (yeah free stuff). I had been dying to try Benefit Some Kind A Gorgeous and I love it. The foundation is really creamy and goes on so smooth, it evened out my skin tone and blended really easily. Best part my skin looked great all day and it kept the shine away. Oh how I love you Benefit!
Almond oil and olive oil may both sound like they belong in the kitchen over the bathroom — but the two, when mixed together, may just be the fix for dry and brittle nails. According to Style network’s “How Do I Look?” host and nail-lover Jeannie Mai, these two ingredients make a safe, all-natural treatment.
He already launched a nail polish line and a unisex fragrance, “My World,” and now teen pop sensation Justin Bieber, 17, is coming out with his first-ever women’s perfume.
“Let’s be real, the way a girl smells is very important to a guy,” Bieber told Women’s Wear Daily. “I have such a deep connection with my fans, so creating a fragrance that I personally love is another way I can bring them closer to my world.”
The fragrance, which is called “Someday,” is described as a “fruity gourmand” and is scheduled to hit department and specialty stores in June. And to make hordes of teenage girls swoon even more, the Biebs is donating all proceeds of the $35 scent to charity.
WWD also reports that the ad campaign was shot by Terry Richardson and features Dree Hemingway. A TV commercial, directed by Robert Lee, was filmed in a gravity-free cabin of a Boeing 737 NASA training jet. It is scheduled for broadcast from Black Friday after Thanksgiving through Christmas.
Are you as confused as I am? What the heck is this thing!
Do those pesky straps on your GString get in your way? Well how about the the CString, an underwear innovation that could be yours for only $24. Leave it to “The Doctors” to introduce to us this charming product.
The barely-there lingerie that also doubles as a headband promises no panty lines nor tan lines and can be yours for the low, low price of $24. However, as Dr. Lisa Masterson warns, “I love options for women, but still thongs are very bad for women, because the rectal bacteria can still wake up…and I think this would do a lot of sliding and contribute to bladder infections.” Um, that, and our insides hurt just looking at it.